Life in a Game

Last Updated: 8/18/11 11:12pm | Episodes: 16

 Retired in 2008 from ScrewAttack, Life in a Game was produced by our friends at Giant Enemy Crab Productions. It followed Guy as he went through life trying to figure out why things seemed so different for him. He wasn't ready for the truth.

» Total Videos: 16

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Posted on August 18, 2011 - 10:38pm by Craig

Punch, kick, it's all in the spleen. It turns out 3-2 didn't feature Breen. But don't fret just cuz that tease was whack, Frog's gonna show Guy the power of the Hax. With no other option, he'll learn from a canine. Guy will use his powers to stop the dark mastermind. Kind of. Not really.

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Posted on August 18, 2011 - 10:33pm by Craig

Subplott isn't on Prozac for nothing: half his family was murdered, and the other half is missing. And it's all thanks to one asshole: Lollerskates. And as much as Subplott would like to kick LOL's ass up and down Failtown, it looks like the show's newly-formed party has more on its hands than just one psycho sorceror.

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Posted on August 18, 2011 - 10:15pm by Craig

Geez, was Frog always such a jerk? Either way, he's the only one who seems to have any answers as Guy's experiences continually worsen, and the local vendors are getting weirder. But hark! A new hope lies in the potential of a pouty prince, who may just "hold the key to everything."

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Posted on August 18, 2011 - 10:11pm by Craig

What the fuck? The Jackal lives on! In a move that nobody could have foreseen, a videogame villain continually returns in new, pallete-swapped forms. Using intuition, high-end gear, an electric rat, and some hot dance moves, Guy must destroy the Jackal once and... again!

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Posted on August 18, 2011 - 10:07pm by Craig

With a little luck and a lot of confusion, Guy is safe... for now. Attempting to return to normalcy, he's instead recruited by Team 1337, an elite group of freedom fighters. But when a dark force threatens Lamar and begins picking 1337 off, one by one, Guy must track down a shocking evil.

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Posted on August 18, 2011 - 10:03pm by Craig

Guy's just a regular... guy, with a unique problem: his entire life is turning into a videogame. Although cool at first, the endless questing, fighting, and 8-bit music is getting really annoying, really fast. Just when things couldn't get worse, Guy's confronted with the Jackal, a boss character who's hellbent on a duel.

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Posted on August 18, 2011 - 10:38pm by Craig

Punch, kick, it's all in the spleen. It turns out 3-2 didn't feature Breen. But don't fret just cuz that tease was whack, Frog's gonna show Guy the power of the Hax. With no other option, he'll learn from a canine. Guy will use his powers to stop the dark mastermind. Kind of. Not really.

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Posted on August 18, 2011 - 10:33pm by Craig

Subplott isn't on Prozac for nothing: half his family was murdered, and the other half is missing. And it's all thanks to one asshole: Lollerskates. And as much as Subplott would like to kick LOL's ass up and down Failtown, it looks like the show's newly-formed party has more on its hands than just one psycho sorceror.

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Posted on August 18, 2011 - 10:15pm by Craig

Geez, was Frog always such a jerk? Either way, he's the only one who seems to have any answers as Guy's experiences continually worsen, and the local vendors are getting weirder. But hark! A new hope lies in the potential of a pouty prince, who may just "hold the key to everything."

video
Posted on August 18, 2011 - 10:11pm by Craig

What the fuck? The Jackal lives on! In a move that nobody could have foreseen, a videogame villain continually returns in new, pallete-swapped forms. Using intuition, high-end gear, an electric rat, and some hot dance moves, Guy must destroy the Jackal once and... again!

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Posted on August 18, 2011 - 10:07pm by Craig

With a little luck and a lot of confusion, Guy is safe... for now. Attempting to return to normalcy, he's instead recruited by Team 1337, an elite group of freedom fighters. But when a dark force threatens Lamar and begins picking 1337 off, one by one, Guy must track down a shocking evil.

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Posted on August 18, 2011 - 10:03pm by Craig

Guy's just a regular... guy, with a unique problem: his entire life is turning into a videogame. Although cool at first, the endless questing, fighting, and 8-bit music is getting really annoying, really fast. Just when things couldn't get worse, Guy's confronted with the Jackal, a boss character who's hellbent on a duel.

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Posted on August 18, 2011 - 10:44pm by Craig

Cruisin' in the victory lane, Guy and Subplott have little time to enjoy peace before an accident plunges them into darkness. With no shelter other than a creepy, zombie-infested mansion, the two are forced to survive the... horror. Even with powerful artifacts from Dude, it remains to be seen if the dreaded Black Jackal, the Blackal, can be defeated.

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Posted on August 18, 2011 - 10:41pm by Craig

Hey kids! What's cooler than stealing the keys to your Dad's priceless midlife crisis coupe, and taking it for a spin into a wall? How about flying a friggin' Arwing?! Guy learns that the Hax give him valuable powers, but at the expense of alerting yet another Jackal. With no other option, he strikes pre-emptively.

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Posted on August 18, 2011 - 10:33pm by Craig

Subplott isn't on Prozac for nothing: half his family was murdered, and the other half is missing. And it's all thanks to one asshole: Lollerskates. And as much as Subplott would like to kick LOL's ass up and down Failtown, it looks like the show's newly-formed party has more on its hands than just one psycho sorceror.

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Posted on August 18, 2011 - 11:09pm by Craig

It's 1994, and life is about to change forever for Howard Scott and his young son, Guy. Find out what really happened. Find out how it all started. Featuring guest appearances by Darrin, Z, and Brett from PBC Productions.

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Posted on August 18, 2011 - 11:02pm by Craig

As Subplott prepares for his official coronation as prince, the Blue Jackal is bent on crashing the festivities... but not before enjoying them himself. With Lollerskates vanquished and Zelda freed, the kingdom of Realm is celebrating with a minigame extravaganza. It's been a long time coming, but it appears victory is finally at hand.

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Posted on August 18, 2011 - 10:52pm by Craig

A hero of time, known through all eras. It is prophesied that a warrior in green will assemble a sacred artifact and destroy a great evil. He has lived in many ages, but is known only by one name: Link. On an unrelated note, this episode is about Subplott. This episode also features Devon Riley and Chad Williams from Captain S!

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Posted on August 18, 2011 - 10:38pm by Craig

Punch, kick, it's all in the spleen. It turns out 3-2 didn't feature Breen. But don't fret just cuz that tease was whack, Frog's gonna show Guy the power of the Hax. With no other option, he'll learn from a canine. Guy will use his powers to stop the dark mastermind. Kind of. Not really.

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Posted on August 18, 2011 - 10:33pm by Craig

Subplott isn't on Prozac for nothing: half his family was murdered, and the other half is missing. And it's all thanks to one asshole: Lollerskates. And as much as Subplott would like to kick LOL's ass up and down Failtown, it looks like the show's newly-formed party has more on its hands than just one psycho sorceror.

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Posted on August 18, 2011 - 10:15pm by Craig

Geez, was Frog always such a jerk? Either way, he's the only one who seems to have any answers as Guy's experiences continually worsen, and the local vendors are getting weirder. But hark! A new hope lies in the potential of a pouty prince, who may just "hold the key to everything."

video
Posted on August 18, 2011 - 10:11pm by Craig

What the fuck? The Jackal lives on! In a move that nobody could have foreseen, a videogame villain continually returns in new, pallete-swapped forms. Using intuition, high-end gear, an electric rat, and some hot dance moves, Guy must destroy the Jackal once and... again!

video
Posted on August 18, 2011 - 10:07pm by Craig

With a little luck and a lot of confusion, Guy is safe... for now. Attempting to return to normalcy, he's instead recruited by Team 1337, an elite group of freedom fighters. But when a dark force threatens Lamar and begins picking 1337 off, one by one, Guy must track down a shocking evil.

video
Posted on August 18, 2011 - 10:03pm by Craig

Guy's just a regular... guy, with a unique problem: his entire life is turning into a videogame. Although cool at first, the endless questing, fighting, and 8-bit music is getting really annoying, really fast. Just when things couldn't get worse, Guy's confronted with the Jackal, a boss character who's hellbent on a duel.