Flock Project


Apparently, the Flock is not nearly active enough in the "human-stop-action-video-game-simulation" genre... We need to get busy on this. In addition to Space Invaders, there are also human versions of Pong and Pole Position. The obvious response to this is a human-stop-action-simulation of Frogger... get busy planning that, Flynn.

11 comments:

Big Gay Jim said...

I read your blog and THEN you post an update? Weak, dude. You should post based on MY reading habits. ;) This is FREAKIN' AWESOME. As a child of the 80's (not a child IN the 80's, Travis), this brings back SO many memories. I wonder how long it would take to film such a thing. Tres nifty, at any rate.

Flynn said...

We could do that in an afternoon really, it would just require a lot of people willing to put up with my direction for a few hours. The editing would only take a day or so...

hmmm....

I must do research! [loads frogger]

Mandy said...

A lot of people willing to put up with you?

Granted I don't know you, but...*counts the members of the Flock* I'm pretty sure you could easily have a full crew. ;)

The video was cool...you all should definently get on it. Just so I have video to prove how cool...geeky....cool my friends are.

Teh Dr. said...

Yeah, we could do that! Actually...Let's not and say we did ok?

becca said...

If this actually happens. . . let me know. I would be willing to drive up from Denver to be part of any human 80's video game. Seriously, I'll do it.

The car game (pole position) was my first favorite game on my first computer, a commodore 64. . . oh, the memories.

Modig_Bjorn said...

You guys are old! ;)

@Jim...being a kid in the 80's RULED!

Big Gay Jim said...

Modig, you're just lucky that this ol' timer is a shallow man whore, and is willing to weigh your outward appearance against the cold, black, inky inside of your young whippersnapper heart. Yes, it's a good thing you're pretty or I'd have to cut a bitch. ;)

Anonymous said...

I was born in 1988. Beat that! :p

I dunno, I kind of like the original Frogger...and I'm not sure you guys have really thought this through. To actually duplicate the Frogger game, wouldn't we have to film someone being squashed by a car? I foresee a couple legal problems there...

Becky

Mayren said...

This is the coolest thing Linus! Thanks for the find.

I think it would rock to have a Laramie Leauge of human-stop-action-video game- simulation.

I'd buy the Black Vatican Genre Video DVD

MightyMightyMax said...

I'll volunteer to be the cameraman.

Claytonian said...

google human japanese tetris to see a non-stop motion example of coolness

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