What do the following movies have in common: Mission: Impossible, Minority Report, and Top Gun? That’s right. Tom freaking Cruise, explosions, guns, exploding guns (probably), and they are not filmed in a game. “What?”, I hear you think. “Not filmed in a game? Pfftsj, that is the lamest thing I have ever heard.” And that is true. That is the lamest thing you have ever heard.
So, we have implemented a new feature in Castaway Paradise. It is called Everyplay. With this you now have the option to record everything you do in the game. From playing a quest to recording the cool decorations in your house. You can publish the video right-a-way to the interwebs and share it with your friends!
Take a look at this video:
This is a nice and relaxing video where the player is decorating his house. Soothing isn’t it? This is probably also the first time you have heard the music in the game. There is much more music, but we will let you hear that another time. The camera in the (almost) top left corner indicates that you are recording and pressing the camera again will stop the recording. Making a movie has never been easier!
Obviously, you cannot wait to make your own videos. Be it a tour of your island, or a remake one of the greatest movies ever made in the history of Steven Seagal: Under Siege*. However, to remake a movie, you need props and objects to fill a set. We realized this and we instantly made a set full of nautical objects and uniforms, so you can Seagal’s masterwork yourself!
Dress your actor as you like and place the objects on the set. Nobody can any longer stand in your way to make your own movie. We hope you will like this feature. If you have any feedback on Everyplay, the nautical set, or the game in general, feel free to leave it in the comments. And.. Hey Tom! What is it? Aaaww, come on, please stop crying. Your movies are not that lame. Alright, alright, sorry. It’s unfair to compare you, or anyone for that matter, to the greatest actor and movie maker of all time. Steven freaking Seagal: The man who only needs one emotion.
*Disclaimer for all the die hard Seagal fans: the best Steven Seagal movies are obviously Exit Wounds and The Glimmer Man, but I used Under Siege for the sake of the nautical set.