Twelve Foot Ninja Release New Song and Video Game
Twelve Foot Ninja guitarist Steve “Stevic” MacKay has unveiled Brusnik’s Long Way Home, a video game he’s been working on for the past year.
Those who finish the game, a side-scroller that takes humorous shots at “woke” culture, are rewarded with a brand new song from the band called “Long Way Home.” Naturally that clip is also available on YouTube along with a video that features visual elements from the game.
MacKay offered of the game:
“There’s nothing like a global pandemic to shake the Etch A Sketch. I decided to get addicted to caffeine and throw a year of my life at making a video game…And like chucking a bag of shrunken heads into a Hadron Collider; I’ve never done it before, had no reason to believe I could do it, and didn’t know what would happen if I did…But here we bloody are! We are here, aren’t we?
“I assembled a gang of willing rogues to prepare this sacrifice for your enjoyment; in the hope you will be pleased and bless us with your financial support and encouragement to continue. There would be nothing funnier to me than Brusnik becoming a legit game franchise (replete with his own line of rat poison).
“Huge thank you to Mathew Chalker who salvaged my code equivalent of when Seth Brundle accidentally merged with his Telepod in The Fly and was a putrid mess on the floor.
“Now we have our little syndicate of misfits; help us level up by shouting us a beer; and by that I mean, putting the money that would buy a beer that just gets pissed out…Into something worthwhile, like a rad game.”
You can play the game right here in a web browser or download it to your PC, Mac or Linux machine.
Check out the new song and video below. Its description promises a “forthcoming 2021 album” from Twelve Foot Ninja.
[via The PRP]