Hello one and all, in this article I talk about the latest two episodes of GeekOut Plays Stonekeep, Episodes 22 and 23, where we’re making amazing progress. No GeekOut Plays Beyond Good & Evil this week, as I’ve been feeling poorly. Sorry about that! So, onwards with this weeks Stonekeep episodes!
For the second week, we’ve taken to Beyond Good & Evil and have been making some progress. Whilst this might be one of the glitchiest play throughs you’ve ever seen in a game, I find the experience rather hilarious. Join me as we look at episodes 3 and 4 of our latest GeekOut Plays series.
Can you believe we’re already past episode 20 on our first (and most persistent) let’s play series, Stonekeep? Well, we are – So why not stick around and have a gander at the latest episodes of GeekOut Plays Stonekeep. I’m your host, Timlah and in these episodes…
With two more episodes down (though one episode will be available in the morning one will be available in the evening), we’re progressing through the slimy, smelly sewers of Stonekeep. I make more great progress, still no deaths but this time around, there’s a lot of close encounters. I find some cool things out, I learn a lot about the game and I even learn how to do the Stonekeep Dance.
Episode 12 – Unleash The Kraken!
In this episode of GeekOut Plays Stonekeep:
- We see our good old friend Wahooka make a surprise reappearance into the game, hey there Wahooka the Great!
- We walk around a lot.
- We get a… Triangle.
- We bump into another cylinder.
- We backtrack.
- We find a kraken… Which is just an Octopus really.
- We kill said kraken.
Episode 13 – I’m Too Young For Snakes
Hoo boy, in this episode…
- I do a recap of that kraken (I’m sticking to calling it a kraken).
- I run back upstairs.
- I get my magic sorted out.
- I find a lot of snakes.
- I go on a quest to find a better place to replenish magic…
- I find said place!
- I get confused by a mysterious entity trying to kill me in the sewers…
- I run back upstairs.
Stay tuned as later tonight I’ll upload episode 13, but for now episode 12 is available to watch. Please do leave your comments below, or over on Facebook and Twitter and let me know what you think of this weeks episodes. Thanks for sticking it out, these episodes can only get better! But if you have any suggestions as always, please let me know. Your feedback is really valuable, as are all the subscriptions to the GeekOut YouTube Channel. Do you prefer me giving a live reaction, or should I stick to reacting after a recording?
Every week, I am delivering two episodes of Stonekeep via YouTube. However, if that was all I was doing, it’d not be very interesting, would it? To switch it up a bit, I’m also working on a GeekOut Plays Theme Hospital series, where each episode, I will try to do all of a good portion of a level. These are being done once a week and the next episode will go up on Saturday, along with this weeks episodes of Stonekeep.
If you’ve never heard of Theme Hospital, then you’re in for a treat. It’s an old game made by the British video game company Bullfrog. At the time, Bullfrog were on top of the world, with insanely popular titles such as Dungeon Keeper, Theme Park, Magic Carpet and of course Theme Hospital. This game was considered one of the greatest games to come out of the UK at the time, which is high praise indeed as the UK was full of great developers, such as Team17 and later Jagex.
Episode 1 – Zany Doc!
In this episode of GeekOut Plays Theme Hospital:
- I tell a doctor how zany he is.
- There’s a shortage of good quality doctors and nurses from the get go.
- My doctors pop a few heads and re-inflate them.
- We issue an invitation to a VIP.
- A year in my first hospital passes…
- … And I complete level 1!
Episode 2 – I Suffer Slack Tongue
This time on GeekOut Plays Theme Hospital:
- We buy a second building.
- We put down plenty of seats and drinks machines.
- Caretakers get frustrating.
- I send a patient home for having a more slack tongue than me.
- A year and three quarters pass…
- …. And I complete level 2!
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Cast your mind back just two weeks ago and YouTube was a foreign concept for GeekOut. Occasionally, we may put a video up, but nothing to the frequency of what we’ve been doing recently. Read on to find out what we’ve got planned as well as how the process has been going so far.