Tuesday, March 21

Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Californication Is Now a Video Game | Digital Trends Spanish

Those who grew up listening to rock in the nineties hardly did not dream of controlling the Red Hot Chili Peppers musicians on their computers, as suggested by the video clip of their hit “Californication”, from the self-titled album.

The audiovisual piece mixed real scenes of the band with others generated digitally. The latter simulated an environment very similar to that of crazytaxiin which Anthony Kiedis, Flea, Chad Smith or John Frusciante could be selected as characters.

It took more than two decades for the genius developer Miquel Camps Orteza to make the fantasy of millions come true. “Recently I decided to make a video game based on the video clip with Unity, I would really appreciate it if you can share it,” the specialist of Spanish origin wrote on his social networks.

The file is just under 300 MG and is available for Windows and Mac users from its creator’s site. The best? It is absolutely free. The not so good? It doesn’t have music. However, there are buttons with links to YouTube for the song and some covers to play streaming, as explained by the same website.

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