This week’s YouTube round-up features a couple short films, gameplay samples of new games, and something every fan of The Walking Dead needs to watch to catch up on the series.
Open World Zombie Survival Game Dysmantle Gameplay
SplatterCat is back on this round-up once again to show off a very early build of an upcoming post-apocalyptic survival game called Dysmantle. The game looks like a fun little indie title that focuses on scavenging and crafting, all wrapped in a tasty storyline.
Zelter Gameplay – Post-apocalyptic Stardew Valley
Since this small indie game just released this week, gameplay videos are all over YouTube (including one from SplatterCat as well). So I found the one that I thought was most entertaining and educational, showing off the game’s best features. Yes, it’s another post-apocalyptic survival/crafting game, but this one is very much in the style of Stardew Valley, which is a nice touch.
Last Words’ director Jonathan Nossiter on portraying a post-apocalyptic world
If you’re a film maker, or a potential film maker, and you want tips on making a post-apocalyptic world, Last Words director Jonathan Nossiter has some excellent tips for you in this video.
The Walking Dead | 1 Second of Every Episode (S1-S10)
Want to catch up on The Walking Dead without actually watching the last 10 seasons again? FOX TV UK has you covered with a short video that consists of only 1-second clips from every episode so far. You’ll be saying “Oh yeah, I remember that part!” more times than you can imagine.
Post-Apocalyptic Kung Fu movie (test shoot)
While this video comes across as not much more than a plea for investors, the truth is, a post-apocalyptic Kung-Fu movie (with actual, genuine Kung-Fu) would be pretty badass. I look forward to seeing what they do with this.
State Zero Short Film
State Zero actually came out five years ago, but this repost reminds us of its greatness. The original post of the movie on State Zero‘s YouTube channel has racked up almost 10 million views in those five years.
Global Pandemic – v0.1.10 New Features
You may have noticed that I have a thing for early access games (and movies), so this video showing off Global Pandemic from its developer Simon Goodchild really hit home. The game, although in very early development, looks absolutely gorgeous. Definitely worth a look for fans of Rust and Fallout 4.