These titles are challenging the way we view adult animated comedy and break the tropes that we’ve grown to expect from the genre.
“The space of The Gallery serves as an artistic hub for New Westminster—a hub that would be unable to function without the efforts of its volunteers.
“We want to encourage everyone to apply and don’t think that their work isn’t good enough, because it’s about celebrating creativity of our employees, students, and retired employees.” – Krista Eide, Arts Events Coordinator
As far as I can tell this is the only case I can find of two games being combined like this, barring homebrew mashups like Zombies: Mall Madness or Telestrations against Humanity.
“It speaks to a neighbourhood that has very deep roots… and I just felt like I wanted to capture that before it disappears.” – Shannon Harvey
So how did this charming, witty little film gain such popularity that it’s become a classic within the past generation?