Somewhere in the Midlands
A whole lot of zergs, art, and more.19 September 2017 by Craig Pearson
An interesting conundrum, here. The header image is from the embedded video, where Banana Duck attempts to control a zerg via the means of Simon Says. But having watched it, that scene never takes place. I've been lied to! Drawn into a video where I'd hoped a zerg would be draped across the rumbling chassis of a tank, clogging the tracks with viscera, dying screams being cut off. It never happens. Instead we get a game of Simon Says on a floating platform, where the inevitable occurs.
You should probably turn your sound down, because people jokingly shouting "reeeee" is just as awful as those who really do it.
Some say they are still reeeee-ing.
Stimpee built a plane on a beach and moved in. It attracted the typical crowd of people, which once again means you should turn your speakers down.
Next build should be a giant shoe.
Little bit late with this, but extrasunny's video about the launch site is quite stylish.
Just another relaxing little compilation of a day's play from Welyn. That's all.
It's nice to see him keep his failures in. As long as you fail upwards, eh?
Another Rust let's player has made it to 100k Youtube. Well done, JordanRants! Here's his celebration of that below. It ends, as all celebrations do, in parkour.
Obi Wan Xtab has used his powers to discern his favourite skins on the Worksop this week.
I like that axe.
Something a bit different from PepperTheRed. Well, until it isn't.
Re: "reeeee". Really?
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