Now we tee up against the psychic psychopath that is Sabrina.
Now we’re on the hunt for the holy grail? Alright, I guess.
Where are we now? I don’t like the look of that manor…
Four down! Four to go! Bring it on, Koga!
After dealing with Zoda X, we wake up in Italy of all places… I wonder what we’ll find here.
We appear back on American soil this time, just 150 years in the past. This adventure is getting weird.
Time to get out the hedge clippers and mow the lawn!
Erica! I’m coming for you!
Where are we now? Looks like London! With Sherlock, no less. Whoa!
Having been thrown through time and space for the second time, we wind up in Egypt of all places.
Let’s check it out!
Continuing on our path of destruction, we meet Lt Surge. Let’s see what the Lightning American has up his sleeve.
The sequel to Top Frog’s favorite game. In my opinion, this one is superior. If only because of the updated and revamped gameplay engine.
Since Chapter 1 is dialogue-only and Chapter 2 is pretty simple, I lumped them together.
Now that everything is out of the way, we head toward the Grand Palace (in the cheapest way possible).
We continue our conquest of Gym Leader Tower by storming Cerulean Gym.
Now that we have the flute, let’s see what lies to the south.
With the Winged Boots in hand, we make our way over the ocean palace!
This is a stream I decided to turn into an LP on the drop of a hat. I’ll be starting with Gym Leader Castle since it seems like the most fitting place to start.
This series is beginning with Round 2 because Round 1 had far too shallow of a difficulty curve.
The Pokemon used on my team were generated using a Red, Blue, and Yellow save editor. I mostly did this for convenience.
Without further ado, enjoy the show!
Having wrapped up on the western half of Hyrule, we take the raft east and head north!
I’ve had an idea for doing a community chat since the day we launched the site. Now that I’ve gotten Top Frog’s go-ahead, I’ve gone and made a Discord chat server for us to use as a community!
“What’s Discord?” I hear you asking, it’s a chat service in the vein of programs like Vent and Team Speak where you have access to an IRC-like chat room as well as voice chat that you can use if you so desire. I figured since something like this is free to have and use from a user and admin standpoint, that we could use this.
“Why not use Skype?” I can also hear you croak. I feel this is a much better alternative to Skype since there’s no need to exchange contact information, as well as having access to multiple voice chats all at once.
“How do I use Discord?” A fine question! You can go to their website and sign up (totally free, the dev team made this specifically as a free alternative) and you have the convenience of running it in your browser, in the standalone desktop app, or even on your Android or iPhone.
I urge all of the frogs to at least check it out!
Thanks for your time!
https://discord.gg/0dmSzTtgumyuMj2E <- Server invite link
Now we take on the dungeon we accidentally visited last time.
After last time’s rather disappointing end, we continue on to Mido and learn a few things. Then we take a wrong turn and have to return to where we need to go.
We continue on our path to Death Mountain. A little out of sequence, but I grew up playing the game in this order.
Time to get this show on the road! Now that we’re caught up on my let’s plays, I’ll be posting each video as it goes live (as appropriate).
This is a series I did out of order from what I originally had planned. I was almost entirely blind for this series, and it only proved to highlight why I don’t like doing blind runs for my main channel.
All in all, I think it went well.
Strap in, folks. This one’s pretty long.
Another game that I grew up with. I have very fond memories of playing this with my brother years ago.
This is a game I had as a kid that I really enjoyed. I only ever had the SNES version, but it was also released on PC, Sega Genesis, and Game Boy.
I feel this is the superior version. I tried playing the others, but found them unenjoyable.
Since this is my first real LP involving my stream, this is where we begin to see my links to social media throughout the videos themselves since I cross-promote myself on the stream.
As mentioned above, I tried played the Genesis (The PC version is identical, except for graphics and sound, which are better) and the Game Boy version. These are unedited from my secondary Trelstreams Youtube channel.
WARNING: I get almost over the top angry at later stages of the Genesis version. You have been warned.
This is a bit of an unofficial let’s play of mine. Little did I know at the time, but it basically started my format as it is today.
I opted to share because of how it retroactively ended up as part of my LP lineup.
Top Frog’s favorite game!
I get the feeling that my attempt to do the game more justice the second time around really didn’t do it any justice at all.
NOTE: The intro and outro card is for a now-defunct let’s play group that I started with someone I am no longer on good terms with. That being said, I may redo this project again to remove that blemish from my (easily) publicly viewable available catalog.
This is a short series that was requested by a friend.
A classic game.
Continuing on with my LP flashbacks. I return to a project I did very early on in my LP “career” This time around is so much better. Less save state abuse, and such.
My second let’s play back in the swing of things! I had also done a few challenge runs and Master Quest as well on my Twitch stream. However, the VODs got muted and it ruined the whole ordeal. Unfortunately, that supplementary material has been lost to the ether.…
Hey guys, Trelior here! You can call me Trel though. I’m a let’s player on Youtube and Twitch that likes to play all kinds of games.
I figured I would bring some of my work here to share with you guys. I admit that it’s not very good, but I enjoy making these videos anyway. That’s all that matters, right?
This is my first series back to doing videos after taking some time away, in case you’re wondering why I’m starting with project 14.
I hope you enjoy!
In the interest of being succinct, I’ll only be sharing my playlists of old projects.