On September 22nd, 2014 Tramell Lowry kicked off the Old-Schooled league at ThatGameStore when he took on the four challanges for the Beginner round of Season 1. Here’s how he did.
Tramell’s best performance of the night would be Star Force where Tramell had stated he had spent the most time practicing. His performance in Sonic & Knucles was good in Mushroom Hill Zone but sadly took a dive in the Flying Battery Zone with it’s difficulty spike. Where he had perhaps the most difficulty was with The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past where it was his first time playing the game, leading to a lot of time spent learning the way the game played instead of advancing along at full speed. Next month we have Don “Furluge” Scherig and Abraham Forosan scheduled to take on the Beginner round where they’ll see if they can’t beat Tramell’s scores.
After a long Hiatus I am proud to announce that Old-Schooled is once again returning in the form of the Old-Schooled league. The Old-Schooled section of the site has been completely revamped including the new League Standings page with a list of all the current players in the league, the challenges they will be facing, and what their performance was after their trials. I would like to thank everyone who has signed up and I hope you we’ll get even more signups now that the league has started. To learn more about the league head over to the Old-Schooled page.
Tramell Lowry First Player to Accept the Challenge
For the very first trial we have Adam Vigilante scheduled for 22Sep2014. Tramell can currently be seen running most of the tournaments at ThatGameStore and on his youtube channel FightGameBros. Does Tramell have the retro gaming mettle to make it to the Expert round? Tune in to twitch.tv September 22nd at 6PM to find out.
For those of you who have been watching my Twitch.tv channel know, the channel has recently reached the 100 follower milestone! And to celebrate the occasion I’m organizing a small giveaway for everyone who’s loyally been watching the channel everyday. So here’s how it works.
1) Watch a broadcast on my channel from May 18th to May 23
2) During each broadcast on my channel at a random time in the middle of the show I’ll take down the names of everyone on the viewer list who is a follower.
3) These names will be put into a drawing for a giveaway on May 23rd during Awesomenauts after Dark.
4) There will be five prizes given away on May 23rd, an Awesomenauts skin from the Steam store of the viewer’s choice.
5) One prize maximum per twitch.tv/steam account allowed
There are five prizes of course to represent each day of the week, but it doesn’t matter which day of the week you watch to get in on the drawing. Good luck everyone.
Also, if you would like to send in replays for Awesomenauts, put them up on dropbox and send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with “Awesomenauts Replay” in the subject line. Replays will generally be used on friday. Also if you would be interested in broadcasting live matches for the show let me know, since spectating these is possible.
Hi everyone, you’ve been watching Good Morning Awesomenauts right? Of course you have. Right now we start at 7A and go to 8A, more or less. Would you like the show to start a bit later? I really want to know what viewers think so please vote on the poll below and I’ll take a look at the results and make a decision.
So once again I’ve decided to do another live playthrough of a game I found on Steam. I know it’s been on Xbox for a very long time but, well, I think we can all agree that that doesn’t count. Steam’s where it matters. Tune in Tuesday – Thursday on my Twitch.tv channel for more in the continuing saga of this beautiful side-scroller.