“Let’s Play!” videos
Let’s Play HomeWorld Arts!
A collection of Let’s Play videos we have found of our games. Is your game missing? Let us know and we will post it on this page. Enjoy yourself and have fun when you record. Not everyone will enjoy your recordings, just like not every player will enjoy our games. If you do enjoy a game or two, have a blast!
Hello! I’m Bert McCert. My channel will showcase a vast catalog of entertaining video game related content…..In other words, you are going to see video game stuff here!
What’s up viewers. Welcome to ‘Play The Game’, the home of the Jetman UK. I make varied content including reviews, previews, opinion, event coverage and unboxing videos. I hope you all enjoy, rate and subscribe.
speed run for Home World Arts game Pixel Sword.
9 minutes, 51 seconds total time,
If you have done a speed run for PIXEL SWORD tag us and let us know
“Lets see how many people we can get to do a speed run on this awesome game.” ~@
The original review of Pixel Sword by @
The first LP of Pixel Sword on Ouya.
I’m just some awesome 21 year old Canadian chick with an AWESOME sense of humor and a passion for video games.
ALL VIDEO GAMES.
Felixess is a young Let’s Player from Israel. His dream is to be a youtube star. He wants viewers to truly enjoy his content. It makes his day to hear positive feedback. Felixess enjoys streaming and can be found on hitbox.
“Well I was thinking, I think, you watch, lets combine them and watch what im thinking together!”
Are you a let’s player, youtuber, or writer? Send us and email if you make a video of one of our games! We will feature the video here. Let’s play!
IN REGARDS TO YOUTUBE’S MONETIZATION POLICY
HomeWorld Arts, LLC hereby grants permission for the use of in-game audio & video for “Let’s Play”, “Preview”, “Review” and/or “Commentary”-style videos on YouTube, including ad-supported channels and videos. The creator of the video may use in-game audio & video for as many videos as desired. Please include a link to www.homeworldarts.com Specific permission is required for any soundtrack use outside of captured gameplay.