Fan makes game Red Hot Chili Pepper clip Californication na

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A game developer has recreated the fictional game from the Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Californication music video. The game consists of seven levels, with each level featuring a different game genre.

Miquel Camps Orteza says he made the game because he “always wanted to actually play the fictional games from the video clip.” The game also serves as a calling card, according to Ortega; he wants to show that he is proficient with the 3D engine Unity. ‘Californication’ was not made in consultation with the label of the American band and therefore does not contain an official version of the song of the same name.

Each of the fairly simple game’s seven levels is inspired by one of the scenes from the funk rock band’s iconic music video. Players must initially choose from one of four band members. The game then alternates genres such as racing, horror and platformer in various environments. Some of the more intricate scenes from the video have not been made into the video game for obvious reasons.

Californication is both the name of the game and the 1999 album for which the song of the same name served as a single. The video clip, released in 2000, consists of alternating shots of the band and CGI segments that give the impression that it is an interactive video game. With nearly 920 million views at the time of writing, Californication is by far the most viewed music video on the Red Hot Chili Peppers official YouTube channel ever.

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