1 Song, 3 Games = Nirvana vs David Guetta vs Martin Garrix - Work Hard Like a Teen Animal (Djs from Mars Club Mashup)

Today on the "1 Song, 3 Games" challenge...we have a mashup from Djs From Mars....Nirvana vs David Guetta vs Martin Garrix - Work Hard Like a Teen Animal. Try saying that backwards! I would like to thank the Djs from Mars for the mp3 and for making this blog entry title very long...I am not going to kill you two for any hell this mashup may have caused during game play. If you have not read the previous entries on this challenge, the games being played are Audio Surf, Beat Hazard Ultra, and Symphony.

First, this is how the Mashup sounds like....weird yet interesting combo isn't it?

Audio Surf (On Mono Pro) - Tempo/Speed was not hell to play through. Enjoyable, melodic ride actually except when the distorted Guetta-Nirvana parts joins in, then it gets tricky. Careful, this track has alot of grey blocks to avoid! Beware the grey blocks.

Beat Hazard Ultra (Normal on Standard Mode) - In a nutcase, just about any mashup I played on Beat Hazard by these aliens tend to be heck in someway. Lets say 3 bosses showed one after the other, one techno colour hell of a flight/fight and extremely hard to not crash while taking screen shots.

Symphony - (on Mezzo Piano) - Average stress levels to play through, except from the fact it kept changing tempos suddenly, ships kept attacking my behind and alot of colourful confetti explosions. Fun to play through especially when Animal takes over, calming the field into a nice shade of blue.


Behind the Poke-Nickname.

Pokemon trainers sometimes love to nickname their beloved Pokemon and I am no exception...my much loved, 8 year old Gardevoir and Kyogre are named Ingrid and Sassy respectively....if I knew Sassy was going to be stuck with that name permanently for 8 years and through out how many regions, I would have changed it before hand. The entire Torchic clan all have Italian names due to the first Torchic having an Italian nickname (I am keen Italian dance music fan)....here are the other examples.

Named after the German Dj Zedd because well Zygrade is the "Z" pokemon, and the real Zedd is a gamer.
Not implying Zedd is a giant monster that going to take over the world but
the world domination part MIGHT be accurate.

Name her after Martin Garrix but changed "Martin" to "Marta". Not saying Garrix is a frog, but adaptable ninjas and an danimal is accurate.

She-Wolf is named after the David Guetta song, and seems like the perfect name for a female sword.

Named after the Italian-Martian Dj Duo and my penpals, Djs from Mars, and name approved by the Martians themselves.


Kawaii Eats

Oww been a busy few weeks but have time to update the blog...anyway this is what I got from the local super market near here. Isn't it cute? For those who are confused by what it is...it's made out of fish ball paste.


1 Song, 3 Games = Proxy (Original Mix) by Martin Garrix

Well in the continuing experiment of how does one song look like when being played through three different mp3 power musical games....Next up for the task.....Martin Garrix's Proxy (Original Mix). First I like to thank Martin for giving the mp3 away as a gift for everyone online. It's the same three games being played: Audio Surf, Beat Hazard Ultra, and Symphony. In Audiosurf and Symphony...the faster the tempo, the hotter the colours. In comparison to the first experiment (Click Here), the game pace wildly varied from game to game even though I played it on "Normal" difficulty across all 3 games. Audiosurf was easiest to play through; a slower then normal pace actually, Beat Hazard was slightly harder; with two bosses appearing and Symphony was the hardest in terms it got "oh my goodness!" and frantic in action.

Song: Proxy (Original Mix) by Martin Garrix

Audio Surf

Beat Hazard Ultra