Buried Beneath – A 13 Year Old Made A Horror Game


Buried Beneath is a concept demo made by a 13 year old. It also introduces Floating-Head-Sama.

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  1. shit please give me some tips I just had a baby well three months ago and I gained so much weight i went from 190 to 235lbs which is just insane and you are a big YouTuber to me kravin

  2. Lol that jump scare got Kravin xD I never really seen one get him. That was a highlight of this video for me. It kay, it got me too, and I already saw other gamers play this xD

  3. This developer not only made this game, he even pitched up (have I spelled it correctly?) the FNAF 1 ambience; it can be heard at 6:52 and 10:18. And if I'm not mistaken, he had already used it in his previous game "Overnight".

  4. my thoughts on fitness are basically if you work out and drink plenty of water you will eventually work up to healthier eating on your own because you will notice that when you eat not to healthy food when you are working out you will feel like crap just overall feel slower and blah. I always notice that whenever I work out I feel a hell of a lot better when I make the healthier choices and it basically just changes my whole diet on its own without me really having to think about it and make so many HUGE changes at once… oh and drink a ridiculous amount of water because that always boosts energy so you will feel like you are able to do more 🙂 good luck.

  5. One big tip is drink NOTHING but water. Then all your calories come from what you eat only, and this will save you a lot. Being well hydrated also helps you push harder during exercise, so you also burn more calories, and it increases your metabolism. Also, do a shit ton of cardio. Elliptical first, and work your way up to the treadmill

  6. I'm a stripper and contrary to popular belief it is not easy. It's like 5 hours of cardio. Being that my job is active, the number one tip I would give you for working out would be to stretch before hand. I don't stretch nearly as much as I should , but it really helps a lot. You won't pull any muscles and and it limbers you up. Also, psychologically, if you do it every time before your workout and make it a ritual, it will help your brain know that workout is next if you have problems with motivation.

  7. for a game made by a 13 year old this is pretty good… I've been watching Minx and Sinow's SOS series and they've played worse games there and those games probably were made by adults

  8. One thing I found quite good for fitness was buying a DeskCycle – I spend a lot of time at my desk, so making my work, video watching, and gaming time also workout time makes a big difference even when pedalling fairly slowly. I don't think it would work for recording because although the DeskCycle itself is almost silent chairs tend to squeak. Still, it might work for editing etc.

    Another thing I found useful was tracking kilojoules (or calories) of my food and exercise. When I have an "energy budget" I have to stick to I found I ate less junk and was more motivated to exercise. If nothing else, it means you have to earn your treats. There are loads of apps to do it – I used MyFitnessPal and found it worked quite well. Entering all the ingredients for everything you eat can be annoying so I don't do it any more, but it was useful for setting good habits and deliberately trying to lose weight.

  9. Aw it's awesome that you been working out Kravin. I completely understand, it takes a lot of energy out when exercising. I wish you the best and want you to know you are awesome no matter what of your appearance :3 💖

  10. I am currently on a school, being educated towards becoming a personal trainer, fitness instruktor, nutrition guidance and more, so if you feel like it you can contact me and ill get you off to a good start Mr. kravin 🙂

  11. You don't need to go crazy with health foods tbh, my diet isnt all that balanced and I still make good progress. But I'd definitely cut out breads and dairy to make up for it. As for weightlifting if you want to get rid of fat faster use the pyramid method. Take a good average weight and do 2 sets of 25 reps, and then 1 set of 15 reps on a slightly higher weight. I'd throw in some strength training at the end of the week so you can do even higher weight averages faster and recover over the weekend. Your cardio is already really good and it'll take your weight off much faster. I recommend stair climbers because elevation is more strenuous, also youre working those glutes ;))

  12. "I think he walked all the way back". I hardly doubt he walked though 😀

    You know those jumpscares when you see an open door all the way down a long hallway and something suddenly runs super fast? Of course once you get to the door there is nothing there. Would be awesome if something actually jumps at you when you get to the door. That would be a new jumpscare for sure.

  13. If you're aiming for weight loss, I highly recommend reading the books Why We Get Fat and What To Do About It by Gary Taubes and The Paleo Solution by Robb Wolf. Having followed the advice for over four years, I dropped 25 pounds in the first couple months, solved my acne and headache problems, and now know that weight control is incredibly simple. The best part is that you'll never have to count calories ever again, you don't have to go hungry, you can eat a lot of foods you really like, and if you want to, take occasional cheat days with no remorse if you so choose. Think about it: when you're hungry, it's your body is telling you it desires nutrition and energy, why deprive it of what it needs by restricting caloric intake? It makes a lot more sense to follow the system nature has built into our genetics over hundreds of thousands of years, which is explained in these books. If it sounds too good to be true, just give it a trial run for one month and feel free to revert back to your original diet if you're not happy with it.

  14. Are you trying to build muscle or lose fat? if you're willing, cut out alcohol. Eat lots of greens (brocolli is really good) and calcium…after working out some protein is good. You need at least 25g of fiber a day. it's good for your stool! When you're working out, exercises where you can't really talk is the best kind to burn fat! that means you're really pushing yourself ^^ good luck, kravin! I'm trying to lose weight too = =

  15. After I started working out with conviction, I got great stamina/endurance, can lift things way easier, don't have knee or back pains anymore (spine cracks up on its own and I can actually keep it straight when walking, sitting or doing anything, it's awesome!), and can squat for almost an hour with both feet fully planted on the ground when there's no place to sit. Before that, I had a belly twice the size it is now and couldn't even bend over to reach my own feet, let alone crouch down in any way, shape or form o_o Yeah, that was the "scare me straight" moment I needed.

    Weight ain't everything; just focus on being healthy, my man, and remember that muscle weighs more than fat. Before, I had some 129kg on me; now I'm at 132kg and feeling better than ever.

  16. One of the biggest tips I can think of aside from what others have said so far is to track your workouts.Things like how much weight, how many reps, depth, duration/miles for cardio, etc, as well as comments on how it made you feel, muscles it worked, etc, so that you can track your progress over time and gradually increase the difficulty. Also, changing up what you do daily is important since it keeps your body guessing so it can't get "used" to it and also gives your muscles time to recover when you give various groups a rest day or two before working them out again for strength training.

    So for example, the first day a week I might do treadmill/walking and arm strength training, then the next day use the elliptical (low impact, good for us heavier folks who need to be gentler on our joints) and do go strength workouts, and then the first day do cycling and then leg strength exercises, then repeat for another six days with a full rest day once a week.

    If you haven't heard of it already I highly recommend checking out Darebee.com. It's a free sight with a number of free exercise programs that require no to very minimal equipment and can be done at home, as well as nutrition tips and info to help support you in that journey. The community is awesome too.

    Good luck on your journey! Just know that everything is progress and never worry about "perfection". 🙂

  17. Honestly, it's generic but better than some of the other stuff that gets approved on steam greenlight these days that are made by adults. Though some of the movements are janky and it definitely needs alot of work done on it. Hopefully this person will develop their talent and use more creativity in their next project whatever that is.


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