The Digital Eel Phosphorous Trance Remix Interview!
BRAINPIPE Exposed By Omaha Sternberg Of iGame Radio!
Hampstead, NC, 07 July 2009
What makes a great interview even better? Why, when you can groove to it. Earlier this year Omaha Sternberg and iGame Radio interviewed Digital Eel's visual artist, the entity known as Phosphorous, on their latest game BRAINPIPE: A Plunge to Unhumanity. The interview, clocking in at roughly five and a half minutes of informative gooey goodness, has been remixed so that not only can you discover the terrible secret behind the game, but now you can do so while chilling with a lava lamp and bubble machine.
Folks, this is Digital Eel, multiple winner in the audio category at the IGF. Even their interviews are going to blow your mind with their aural intensity. Download the remix today and experience it yourself.
iGame Radio has tracked the progress of BRAINPIPE: A Plunge to Unhumanity since its release. If you've missed any of their broadcasts you'll find the complete collection here:
BRAINPIPE: A Plunge to Unhumanity is a computer game/alien mind control device for PCs and Macs (available as a download for the amazingly low, low price of $14.95) developed by Digital Eel and published by Shrapnel Games. Using a one-click control scheme that's completely tentacle friendly BRAINPIPE is a game that is easy to jump into and hard to leave behind thanks to its mesmerizing visuals and hypnotic audio.
Shed your reality and welcome your alien overlords as you race through tunnels of effervescent colors, collecting the glyphs that will transform your essence into something else, while dodging and weaving through the terrors that will pummel your sanity into a puddle of goo. Whether you're racing for the high score or racing to experience what a non-Euclidean existence is truly like, BRAINPIPE: A Plunge to Unhumanity is an addiction that you will not be able to shake.
BRAINPIPE: A Plunge to Unhumanity, winner of the 2009 IGF Excellence In Audio, 2009 Ernie for best in-game audio, and one of the Adrenaline Vault's Top Causal PC Games of 2008. Download the demo and read more about the game here:
And for more cranium shattering excitement from Digital Eel be sure to check out their award winning Weird Worlds: Return to Infinite Space, also published by Shrapnel Games. Weird Worlds: Return to Infinite Space is available for Windows and Mac systems as both a physical product and as a download. It also happens to be on sale all month long so there's no better time to purchase!
In Weird Worlds: Return to Infinite Space the player is charged with exploring the uncharted galactic realm of Sector Prime. Commanding one of three types of starships and playable in under thirty minutes, Weird Worlds is a game of exploration, trading, and deadly real time violence. No two games play the same, and mods are easily integrated into the original game.
Find out more about the game and download the demo, with its unique ten year pirate mission, here:
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