So I've never been too much of a gamer, as I've always had more fun creating games than actually playing them. However my wife and son DO play games quite a bit (mostly Minecraft, but my son also likes some Xbox games), and a few months ago we decided to put together a small gaming YouTube channel just for the heck of it. And thus, HANGAR Cooperative Gameplay was born.
So we have been throwing videos up on there every once in a while whenever we get bored. There is a mixture of stuff I put up there solo (mostly cross-promoting Ape Apps stuff), stuff my son and I play two player (mostly Doom), and stuff the three of us play together (mostly Minecraft).
Anyway, in all it's been an interesting experience. It is basically a fun hobby for my family to do together on occasion, and although nobody really watches it, that really isn't the whole point at the end of the day.
So I just thought I would put the link out there for people who follow me on Ape Apps, if they are interested in watching me fail at playing other people's games, or want to hear some of my non-Ape Apps related commentary. I have learned a few things just over the last few months of messing with it, like how to do some minor video editing, and how to stream my Xbox One to my PC to record gameplay videos, as well as how YouTube generally works.
Feel free to follow us on the gaming channel, and leave feedback on things you would like to see or things that can improve! We are basically YouTube noobs who don't know what we are doing, so feedback is always welcome! It's not the kind of channel that we are going to try to make money off of or try to push products or anything like that, this is strictly a family hobby channel, so check it out and leave a comment! My son is always wondering why we don't get any comments, 🤔 !!
Trying My Hand At a YouTube Gaming Channel
#1 2019-11-01 21:48:35
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Post Count: 1955 (View Posts)Brandon Stecklein (bastecklein) is the creator, owner, and principal developer of Ape Apps. He started the business back in 2010 and operates it out of Spring Hill, Kansas.