5 Mobile Games That AREN’T Completely Evil
Just a quick little thing I blasted out for Dorkly. I spend way too much time gaming on my phone and wanted to shout-out the games that are genuinely fun and more importantly, not evil.
MC Hammer’s cartoon show, Hammerman, lasted 13 episodes in 1991
Whenever there’s a crime,
Some crooks are gonna do time.
They all better beware,
'Cause the Hammerman will be there.
Here’s how it started,
A long time ago.
The legend of the Hammer,
And how it began to grow.
He was given magical shoes,
From a hip-hop mo-town dude.
Together they had power,
They stood up for what was right.
But Gramps was getting old,
And he couldn’t keep up the fight.
So Gramps and his granddaughter,
They went out on the road
To find the man they knew could tell
Who was worthy of the load.
They met a guy named Stanley
Who was dancing every night.
He helped the kids play everyday,
His heart was out of sight.
So Gramps opened up the bag,
And took out the magical shoes.
He set them on the ground
And they soon began to groove.
The shoes knew at once,
They had finally found their man,
They hopped right on his feet,
And he became Hammerman,
- MC HAMMER - HAMMERMAN (AKA "THE MOST CONVOLUTED SUPERHERO ORIGIN STORY OF ALL TIME THAT ISN’T SPAWN")
Wow. White people have been ruining dancing for a long time.
Hey, we’ve had our moments:
The only two white dudes that were good at dancing and they’re dead.
Stand Up: The Musical
Last year there were rumors going around about someone shopping/producing a musical for Broadway based on the world of Standup Comedy. Realizing this is a terrible idea, me and longtime friend Jason Saenz imagined what a musical about the life of a Standup comic would actually be like…
The answer is: petty, bitter, and wonderful.
(thanks to Adina Pliskin who made this music video a reality)
Under the incredibly ballsy psuedonym “Ambassadors of Funk”, a DJ made it to #8 on the UK singles chart with a sample-heavy remix he called “Supermarioland ft. MC Mario”. The hit song that wasn’t cashing in on the whole Mario franchise, but specifically a low-res spinach green dot matrix adventure for the burgeoning portable market.
Fair warning: This video is so ’90s you might need to drink some Fruitopia just to recover.