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Vex Thunder
Dec 12, 2005

FAT TIRE Amber Ale's appeal is in its feat of balance: toasty, biscuit-like malt flavors coasting in equilibrium with hoppy freshness.




Welcome survivors! In this here thread I will be lets playing Green Hell. Do you like watching Bear Grylls drink piss? Or Les Shroud complain about carrying his camera? Or partners yell at mosquitoes on Naked and Afraid?
If yes, then this game may be the entertainment your heart desires. Come join me on this grand adventure!


What the hell is Green Hell?

Green Hell is a survival game similar to the -Stranded- series or perhaps -The Forest-.

"Survival" games have a pretty bad reputation in the steam community because most upstart game developers tend to keep their survival games in permanent Early-Access limbo, leaving them to be buggy, forgotten messes.

Green Hell managed to break from this stereotype and actually create a decent enough romp through a horrible environment with an engaging story-mode. A story-mode that I will be playing through! Crikey!

Set in the Amazon rainforest the protagonist must brave this harsh environment in order to save his wife.

The game was published by Creepy Jar studios and was released on steam on Sept 5th, 2019.


What kind of LP is this?

This will be a video LP.


May I spoil the story for everyone?

Please don't


Okay well what does the game even look like?




Come see the beautiful Flora




And the friendly(ish) Fauna





This game has crafting! Gather materials to build a camp and other such things in order to survive!









The characters:



Jake HIggins

Anthropologist and award winning book author. Our protagonist of the story. Has a dark past. Also looks and sounds like Nathan Drake.



Mia HIggins

Jake's wife. Professional interpreter. Is Spanish. We must save her!


EPISODES:

Part Uno: https://youtu.be/5aJIlolykpY

Part Deux: https://youtu.be/kZFMHQzE2TU TRIPLE J GANG!!!

Part Drei: https://youtu.be/zlQ3eqOjF-s

Part Four: https://youtu.be/iraTNfQTd18

Part Cinque: https://youtu.be/f5vYRcQSydM TRIPLE J GANG!!!

Part Roku: https://youtu.be/JX_HuEdC22k

Part Sewe: https://youtu.be/Fer04jhrt68

Part Octo: https://youtu.be/7WxzfWdxTTgp

Vex Thunder fucked around with this message at 22:02 on Aug 4, 2020

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tankfish
May 31, 2013


Can't wait for to watch death by frog

Deadmeat5150
Nov 21, 2005

OLD MAN YELLS AT CLAN


tankfish posted:

Can't wait for to watch death by frog everything


Edit: but its no longer there?

Deadmeat5150 fucked around with this message at 06:30 on Jul 12, 2020

Vex Thunder
Dec 12, 2005

FAT TIRE Amber Ale's appeal is in its feat of balance: toasty, biscuit-like malt flavors coasting in equilibrium with hoppy freshness.


Deadmeat5150 posted:

Edit: but its no longer there?

I am terribly sorry, but I'm moving my video off of my friend's team channel since they haven't bothered uploading anything in months and seemed to have lost interest in it.

Will update the link to my personal channel once it is finished uploading.

Once again terribly sorry.

Edit: The new link is up! sorry about the wait. https://youtu.be/5aJIlolykpY

Vex Thunder fucked around with this message at 07:59 on Jul 12, 2020

azren
Feb 13, 2011




Interested in the story, and I really like the mechanics and interface they have for immersion, but that dialogue is driving me nuts with how unnatural it is sometimes, especially with how much of the wrong sort of exposition they have.

malkav11
Aug 7, 2009


azren posted:

Interested in the story, and I really like the mechanics and interface they have for immersion, but that dialogue is driving me nuts with how unnatural it is sometimes, especially with how much of the wrong sort of exposition they have.

The devs are in Warsaw, so I'm guessing that may partially be an artifact of not being native English speakers. And maybe not having the resources to get outside professionals to do the translation? Dunno. Definitely agreed it's awkward, though.

Vex Thunder
Dec 12, 2005

FAT TIRE Amber Ale's appeal is in its feat of balance: toasty, biscuit-like malt flavors coasting in equilibrium with hoppy freshness.


UPDATE!



The video: Part 2: https://youtu.be/kZFMHQzE2TU





This video is featuring the instagram superstar Triple J!

What Whaaaaaaat! Get hype!

Vex Thunder fucked around with this message at 15:33 on Jul 13, 2020

placid saviour
Apr 6, 2009


This seems like a cool game, and Jagoff made me laugh.

Hope you can build super ridiculous things in the endgame. Rock rocketlauncher.

chktshadeclaw
Feb 8, 2012


Very interesting game so far. Are you planning on doing more Jagoff bits?

Vex Thunder
Dec 12, 2005

FAT TIRE Amber Ale's appeal is in its feat of balance: toasty, biscuit-like malt flavors coasting in equilibrium with hoppy freshness.


chktshadeclaw posted:

Very interesting game so far. Are you planning on doing more Jagoff bits?

Oh I'm sure he will show up again once he recovers from his pre-workout overdose.

The Lone Badger
Sep 24, 2007



Stone tools in survival crafting games always get to me. They're always made out of 'stone', just like any rock you see lying around that's all good.

There are only a few types of stone suitable for flaking, and back in their heyday they were valuable resources mined in open-pit mines and traded considerable distances. A given core could have a long life starting as an axehead and getting smaller and smaller every time its reflaked into a new blade until it ends up as a tiny blade for scraping hides.

Vex Thunder
Dec 12, 2005

FAT TIRE Amber Ale's appeal is in its feat of balance: toasty, biscuit-like malt flavors coasting in equilibrium with hoppy freshness.


Update!

Episode 3: https://youtu.be/zlQ3eqOjF-s




In this episode I progress in the story. Don't miss it!

EggsAisle
Dec 17, 2013

I get it! You're, uh...

The Lone Badger posted:

Stone tools in survival crafting games always get to me. They're always made out of 'stone', just like any rock you see lying around that's all good.

There are only a few types of stone suitable for flaking, and back in their heyday they were valuable resources mined in open-pit mines and traded considerable distances. A given core could have a long life starting as an axehead and getting smaller and smaller every time its reflaked into a new blade until it ends up as a tiny blade for scraping hides.

Rats, there goes my latest get-rich-quick scheme of "authentic" stone hatchets made from gravel in my back yard. Maybe I'll try iron next, I hear you can smelt ore by tossing it on a fire for a couple minutes.

The Lone Badger
Sep 24, 2007



Iron is actually closer, you can make bloomery iron using a surprisingly simple furnace made out of clay, leather and charcoal if you know how.

Now turning the iron bloom into a useful tool, that's going to take you a while.

Deadmeat5150
Nov 21, 2005

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The Lone Badger posted:

Iron is actually closer, you can make bloomery iron using a surprisingly simple furnace made out of clay, leather and charcoal if you know how.

Now turning the iron bloom into a useful tool, that's going to take you a while.

Dont you just bang it with a wood hammer a couple times?

Vex Thunder
Dec 12, 2005

FAT TIRE Amber Ale's appeal is in its feat of balance: toasty, biscuit-like malt flavors coasting in equilibrium with hoppy freshness.


UPDATE!

https://youtu.be/iraTNfQTd18

Moving to a new area in this episode.

Please enjoy.

Vex Thunder
Dec 12, 2005

FAT TIRE Amber Ale's appeal is in its feat of balance: toasty, biscuit-like malt flavors coasting in equilibrium with hoppy freshness.


UPDATE!

Part five: https://youtu.be/f5vYRcQSydM



Triple J is back from recovery in this episode!

Vex Thunder fucked around with this message at 20:48 on Jul 20, 2020

Vex Thunder
Dec 12, 2005

FAT TIRE Amber Ale's appeal is in its feat of balance: toasty, biscuit-like malt flavors coasting in equilibrium with hoppy freshness.


Hello everybody

UPDATE!

Part 6: https://youtu.be/JX_HuEdC22k

Moving to a new area and seeing new things.

Also learning new things about Jake and Mia.

The Lone Badger
Sep 24, 2007



So Mia has been dead all along and the game is the protagonist trying to get over it via unsupervised hallucinogen therapy?

malkav11
Aug 7, 2009


No need to apologize for having gone five days without an update. Most video LPs I've followed are weekly if that frequent. At least around here.

Dreadwroth2
Feb 28, 2019



The Lone Badger posted:

So Mia has been dead all along and the game is the protagonist trying to get over it via unsupervised hallucinogen therapy?

Mia refusing to say where she is incredibly suspicious.

placid saviour
Apr 6, 2009


My god I am never doing ayahuasca

SugarAddict
Oct 11, 2012


This is basically deadspace, the aftermath, but in the jungle. Also I see this as basically dark souls minecraft. Also thank you for the LP so far.

Vex Thunder
Dec 12, 2005

FAT TIRE Amber Ale's appeal is in its feat of balance: toasty, biscuit-like malt flavors coasting in equilibrium with hoppy freshness.


UPDATE!

Part 7: https://youtu.be/Fer04jhrt68

Crafting, fighting, and other shenanigans.

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Vex Thunder
Dec 12, 2005

FAT TIRE Amber Ale's appeal is in its feat of balance: toasty, biscuit-like malt flavors coasting in equilibrium with hoppy freshness.


ANOTHER UPDATE!

Part 8: https://youtu.be/7WxzfWdxTTg

We leave our turtle friend Turbo and head east as the child's drawing says.

Also fixed video lag issues mostly.

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