Have you ever wished your life was more like a video game? Glitch is an original comedy series that was Kickstarter funded, and created on a roughly 18K budget. It's about a game tester ("...
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An Anthology Series intrinsically exploring our human interactions with technology in a fictional, speculative format whilst at other times also examining the possibilities and implications of new potential, unexplored technologies.
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Have you ever wished your life was more like a video game? Glitch is an original comedy series that was Kickstarter funded, and created on a roughly 18K budget. It's about a game tester ("Glitch") who is going through a quarter life crisis (much like we all have) and begins experiencing old school and 8-bit glitches that mess with his life. Written by
If you grew up and/or identify with the video game generation or consider yourself nerdy, I think you'll dig this series.
If you enjoyed the gaming references like those throughout Ernest Cline's 'Ready Player One', I think you'll dig this series.
If you like shows that pay homage to Star Trek, the Matrix, Firefly, Star Wars, and practically a gazillion other films, I think you'll dig this series.
There is a bit of a story arc to the first season, but most of the episodes are fairly stand-alone. In addition to the six-episode first season they also have Bonus Life episodes which, most of which hit their marks.
And if you do enjoy, please share! At some point they will likely try to crowdfund a second season. The more people know about it and like it, the more likely it'll be made.
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