I adore Community with all my heart. I love every single student at Greendale Community College. I love the ridiculous pillow fights, Law & Order references, and the monologue from The Wire actor Michael K. Williams about LEGO. I even love the later seasons, which are actually much better than you probably remember them being.
Community made it to six seasons, as promised. While I have no idea if Dan Harmon and the gang will ever deliver on the "and a movie" part of that mission statement, we can at least be content with the fact that the show that destroyed Yahoo's streaming service finally has a video game.
Six Seasons And A Game is a brand-new, free-to-play video game adaptation of the classic comedy series. It's a completely unofficial project, made by the fans, for the fans. It's available on Steam right now, and has actually been incredibly well-reviewed so far. Take a look at it in action below.
Six Seasons And A Game takes its inspiration primarily from the paintball episodes of Community, in which the school erupts into campus-wide homages to certain films or genres. This incredible video game, which has entirely been made by fans and volunteers, takes its cue from classic arena shooters, letting players duke it out in a pretty spot-on replica of Greendale. There's even a Luis Guzmán statue in the quad.
"This is a completely free, volunteer made, multiplayer, satirical parody of common thematic elements found in American broadcast television serieses (yes that's actually a word.)," reads the game's Steam description. "In this game you'll find fast paced classic arena shooter gameplay, bright colors, tons of Easter eggs. and lots of meta references. The early access version of this game will feature a classic style 8v8 map of unique characters being challenged to a paintball match by their evil doppledeaners."
If you're a fan of Community and fancy supporting the hard work of the wonderful people who put the effort into making this ridiculous game a reality, I urge you to check it out. It could be 2021's Call Of Duty: Warzone. I mean, it won't be... but it could.
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