Hi bloggers! I have just a quick announcement to make; for a few months now I debated wiping my channel out and mass deleting, like, half of my videos. My channel is honestly a mess: I thought it would be a good idea to not have a main focus (make-up, gaming, etc) and just do a bit of everything. Turns out, it’s harder to find an audience that way. All my non gaming videos get as many dislikes as likes, and I find it hard to find a loyal audience when I keep switching my video themes. Also, a lot of my videos I was a bit embarrassed about. For example if someone was to find them that I know from work or school, I wouldn’t be proud of it. So I was thinking: Why keep something online that I am not proud of and wouldn’t share with anyone who would listen?
Therefore, I am going to delete a bunch of them and only keep ones that I love as much to share. Thanks to the 28,000 people that do support my channel and I. I really appreciate it!
It’s been over a year since my boyfriend and I uploaded our first animation called “Pizza Oven”. Since it was so awfully funny, we decided to do a reaction video to it to celebrate the one year anniversary of it being on the web. Yes, you are allowed to make fun of it and how bad it was.
Hey everyone! Last year I gave away ten “Five Nights at Freddy’s” pins. This year, I’m going to give away three “Five Nights at Freddy’s” shirts to three lucky winners! Complete rules and how to enter are on the video posted below.
It is an art contest. To win the first shirt, you must submit a fan fiction. To win the second shirt you must submit a fan drawing. To win the third shirt, you must submit an animation. Good luck and most importantly, have fun!
Hey everyone! My boyfriend and I tried to beat Night 6 on “Five Nights at Freddy’s 2”, which turned out to be a huge fail. However we did both agree that it would be a funny bloopers video. I hope you guys enjoy! xoxo
Hey guys! Jacob and I celebrated our one year YouTube anniversary on January 17. To celebrate we made a little video just thanking everyone for their great support over the past year. We absolutely loved making videos and we will continue to do so (hopefully for a long time!) To support us, please click here to subscribe.
Thank you! xoxo
Grant Kirkhope is the composer of games such as “Banjo-Kazooie” and “Donkey Kong 64” and the upcoming game “Yooka-Laylee”. He’s done a whole bunch of other games too, the ones listed above are just some of my favourites! I had the honour of interviewing him a couple weeks ago. He’s a really cool guy, and gave me a lot of good answers to my questions.
Part one is more about his job as a composer and his work, and part two deals with more personal matters. It was a lot of fun to do and I hope you guys enjoy it! xoxo
In a recent video of mine, I made a list of my fave tunes from the best video game ever created, “Banjo-Kazooie” which was originally released in 1996 on the Nintendo 64. Grant Kirkhope was the composer of these awesome tracks, and I was actually lucky enough to do an interview with him! (Visit my YouTube channel to see the whole interview here.)
Some of my fave tracks include “Atlantis” and “King Jingaling’s Throne Room” and more of those great songs we remember from our childhoods. This was a really fun video to make; I shall be making more list videos in the future! xoxo
Hello everyone! I haven’t done a game play video for a while now, and a lot of people wanted me to play a fan made game. So I decided on “Five Nights at Chuck E. Cheese’s” which is, yes, a spin off of “Five Nights at Freddy’s.” However, I was not too pleased with this game. Apparently the demo was a lot better, and I think I have to agree.
Anyway, enjoy the video!