The WTF! Show

the wtf show (video) 5 June 2007: mobileweapon.net

June 5th, 2007 · 7 Comments


the WTF! Show (www.wtfshow.com) visits Tyler Projects, the makers of Mobile Weapon (mobileweapon.net), a hot new RPG where you are the pilot of a Mobile Weapon. This Singapore company has gotten more than 2.6 million players since launch! mrbrown checks them out. (Available in mp4 and Youtube formats)

Caution! The mp4 video file is quite big.

Vodcast iconVideo Podcast: the wtf show (video) 5 June 2007: mobileweapon.net (MP4 Video, 320×240, file size: 18.9mb, Time: 00:04:19)

Or you can also view the low-res version above or over at Youtube.

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7 responses so far ↓

  • Kevin // Jun 6, 2007 at 7:24 pm

    Nice one brown! Great to see creative local startups doing well. :)

  • no $ to play // Jun 6, 2007 at 8:36 pm

    walao….must pay money 1 ar…..my mother dun wan pay for mi……i dun have cards……

  • demented // Jun 7, 2007 at 2:34 am

    WTF ive been playing this game for so long … like almost a year and i didnt know iz a singaporean firm… keep the new versions pumping up man!

  • Jenson // Jun 7, 2007 at 10:07 am

    Hahaha, I was playing this game in Newgrounds, from testing to Beta. No freakin’ idea it was Singaporean. Not a bad game though, not a bad game at all.

  • fynyx // Jun 13, 2007 at 5:24 pm

    Hello mrbrown!

    I’ve been hooked onto Mobile Weapon, since
    trying out last week, after this vidcast post.

    Although I was put off by the initially aimless,
    cliche-ridden, pseudo-slang cool-wannabe
    dialogue, I was steadily drawn into the
    interesting plot ideas, repetitive play
    mechanics, and the multi-row,
    diagonally-angled combat sequences.
    This game resembles those cute
    Japanese anime, handheld
    and TV video roleplaying games.

    Congratulations to Singaporeans, for
    another world-quality achievement!
    Good to know there is a value-for-money
    commercial premier version, for sale on site.

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  • Leonard // Sep 3, 2007 at 2:22 am

    Thanks for all the comments and encouragement guys! and of course a big thanks to Mr. Brown for featuring us!

    We wanted to do a lot more for our first game but we were on a shoestring budget. The sequel will be 300% better with improved graphics, writing, more fast paced story, combat system, ….better everything!!!

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