That’s How PewDiePie Reacts To His Own Game
On March 11, 2019, Zero Deaths saw the light of day – a game about PewDiePie and T-Series. In his current video, the creator played it together with the developer Thomas Brush and did not come out amazed.
In the middle of February, we reported on the crazy intentions of pinstripe maker Thomas Brush: Developing a game within 14 days to help PewDiePie fight T-Series. Even though Thomas cheated a bit and needed more than two weeks to develop it, the game has finally been completed. In a Let’s Play to the game, PewDiePie has now for the first time taken a look at the finished game and was visibly impressed. Look at yourself:
Felix, as PewDiePie is known by real names, recognized most of the innuendo in the game and was overwhelmed with what Thomas and his community had done in such a short time. Incidentally, PewDiePie has also made the voiceover for his character.
Even if the creator died a few times in between, he finally managed to play through the game. In the end, PewDiePie applauded Thomas: “Thomas, you killed it. Great work! ” Brush then highlighted the community that supported him in developing the game: ” No, they did that. They did a great job! ”
If you would like to try Zero Deaths for yourself, you can download it via itch.io for free or for a small donation. Incidentally, Thomas Brush still wants to stream to YouTube and Twitch and working on his next game called Once Upon A Coma. So if you’re curious about how games are developed, then you should definitely stop by its channels. You can see the teaser for Once Upon A Coma above
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