Here is a project that should please the fans of the band Red Hot Chili Peppers. Indeed, almost 23 years after its release, the album Californication is honored since a developer has decided to make a video game.
With more than 15 million copies sold worldwide (figure stopped in 2009), Californication is a must-have album that has marked the history of music. But it is also an extremely popular clip viewed more than 920 million times on YouTube. The latter was rather original for the time since it is punctuated by several sequences in computer graphics reminiscent of a video game.
So a developer rolled up his sleeves to actually create the video game in question. Miquel Camps Orteza has designed seven distinct levels that take up passages seen in the clip. If the music is not included for copyright reasons, everything else is perfectly playable via a simple keyboard.
Another good news is that the game is free to download for Windows, Mac and Android at this address. It will only occupy about 350 MB on your hard drive. The experience is quite short but it has the merit to exist. A nice discovery in short!
Source: PC Gamer