Old Video Games: Pope John Paul Racing, The Beatles Game

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Seth plays some of his favorite old Jorbus video games, including Mime Sweeper.
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  1. Eh, my ideas for a Beatles video game were much better, published online years ago

    The Abbey Road 1968 – 1969 Level:

    Level where you have to thwart Paul from taking over the band.

    … and one of the Bosses is Yoko Ono as you try and remove her bed from the Studio as she comes at you with scissors trying to snip your clothes off, and a camera trying to film your bum, all the while screaming avant gardely. Your only weapons are guitar picks, but if you're playing as Ringo, and you've succeeded in thwarting Paul a level back, you have drumsticks at your command.

    John remains trapped in a duffel bag full of Orange Peels as you slowly run out of picks.

    Bonus Points Levels are trying to get them across the Abbey Road crossing as various brightly coloured Volkswagon Beetles zoom by. This is up to 4 players of course, but you can tackle it as 1 player.

    The Rishikesh Level.
    This is where you play as either John or Paul trying to discover the answer. George cannot be played during this level, as he was just there for the food. If you are Ringo, you are armed with Heinz Baked Beans cans. The end Boss is the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, floating in yoga position hurling paneer pakora's at you that explode. Each one that hits you gives you the runs, which depletes your energy levels.

    If you go in as John or Paul, you are only armed with an acoustic guitar which can be used as a 'swinging weapon'. If you win, you get to write Sexy Sadie bitching about the whole thing, or Blackbird and say it was about Equal Rights.

    George returns to roll his eyes at the end of the level if you succeed.

    …And the last stage of the video game is a bunch of law suits against EMI. You don't actually press many buttons over the 30+ years it takes to complete the stage, and rumor has it (supplied by hackers who extracted the video) the ending is just the promo video for Rain… played backwards.

    The Magical Mystery Tour Level:

    Which is you just driving a Coach Bus trying to avert disaster.

    Various objects in the road to avoid:
    Walruses
    Dwarves
    Slippery Patches of Spaghetti
    Long Montages of Beach Footage
    Victor Spinetti

    End Boss is Paul trying to film it. Your only weapon is acid, to try and make sense of it all, or to destroy the negatives. Whichever comes first.

    The Break Up Level

    This is where the Race Is On to get to the local newspapers to announce that you've left The Beatles. It's everybody for themselves as you dodge accountants, lawyers, Allen Klein and crazed fans trying to stop you on your mission.

    Each player has different ''strengths'' to get them to the papers. You can sabotage another player at the same time as dodging all the people that are trying to stop you.

    Winner gets to take it to court. Loser gets stuck with Allen Klein. He's the Final Boss before you get to publish your story.

  2. Ok I have to say it :
    As a french living in Paris since almost 20 years, I've never seen a single mime here 🙂

  3. the p0pe dance was horrific
    and the speed on bong would progress faster and faster till you pass out and find pizza

  4. I laughed, so yeah, it was funny. But I can't help it…I HAD an Atari when I was a kid. Graphically, what Seth is showing is generations ahead of what he's claiming!

  5. I wish we could all stop pushing the idea that Yoko Ono broke up the Beatles. It's racist, sexist and simply not true.

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