Undertale Fan Games (Don’t Forget, Horrortale, & More) 🔴 That Cybert Channel

Undertale Fan Games (Don’t Forget, Horrortale, & More) 🔴 That Cybert Channel

February 8, 2020 100 By Sebastian Fry


(birds chirping) (church bell ringing) (soft music) (Babble Talking) (drum riffing) (Babble Talking) (rumbling) (Babble Talking ) – There we go. Now, a long time ago, I asked you guys what Fan Games you wanted
to see next, besides FNAF. And you guys all said Undertale. Then three months passed, my bad. Well, ladies and gentlemen,
it’s finally time. I have looked through all the suggestions from the community tab, which, I’ll be using a lot more going into 2020, giving you updates on videos
and also more suggestion calls. And now that I’ve sifted
through dozens of suggestions, I think it’s time to get determined and talk about Undertale Fan Games. Now, these Fan Game videos
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I couldn’t play them all. I played a lot, but not all of them. So if I missed your favorite, I’m sorry. That’s really all I can say. Go ahead and leave a comment down below. And maybe we’ll check it out later. Second, a lot of you guys
suggested games like Underfell. But there are a bunch of
different versions of Underfell. So I tried to pick the
most followed on Game Jolt. I think in the future,
it’ll be best to get links. Next, you too might
not like a certain word referring to the path
where you dust everything. I mean, the G-word is a
pretty terrible thing. So the G-route will be referred to as the Bad Bad No Good Route. I mean, it totally
ruins the gravity of it. But if YouTube wants bland, here we are. Thanks, Susan. Finally, a lot of these games talk about what happens at the end of Undertale. So if you haven’t played the game, well, I doubt there’s a lot of people that still haven’t played it. But still, spoilers ahead. All right, let’s start this
video up with a Fan Fan Game. Our first game takes
the world of Undertale and Team Fortress 2 and throws it into a massive blender and puts that thing to puree. Overtime is Undertale,
except with TF2 characters. Now, I’m gonna be honest with you guys. I’ve never really played TF2. I’m very familiar with
their character videos but play the actual game? That’s a no go. So, I gave it a shot for this
video and the result was… (Dan gets own’d) As you would expect. The game begins as Miss
Pauling travels out to the Badlands USA to
take out the Mann brothers. Or she’s fired. And then of course one
fall down a pit later and we’re into gameplay. Overtime follows the same
basic beats as Undertale with some slight adjustments. The ruins is now hospital,
Flowey is now a Unicorn who I’m sure you’re going to hate me for not knowing the name. But what I like most about this, is that it manages to combine the charm of both games into one. Like I said, it’s not all
one-to-one with Undertale. While the major beats have
the same Ruins to Snowden, et cetera, et cetera. There are fundamental
differences in the battles and the story events. A great example of both
is the sniper battle. The sniper replaces the Royal Guard Doggo but includes the projectile
dodging from Undyne. It’s a very fitting battle both
mechanically and story wise. Overall, I had a really
good time with this game, despite not knowing much about TF2. Still similar enough to
Undertale the Fan Game, but different enough
through the TF2 rework to feel like a stand-alone adventure. So, if you’re a fan of
both, it is a must play. Oh, the combat is just like
Undertale, you’ll like it. One of the unique things
about this batch of Fan Games is that half of them only
contain a single fight. So let’s jump in and highlight a few of the
battle games I did play. First up is Undertale Red, and it might be my favorite
battle-only Fan Game. The game takes place sometime
after you befriend Undyne, since she calls you after the battle and she seems rather friendly, instead of, “Hey, I
wanna murder your face.” This battle Fan Game puts you up against a Red Riding Hood type monster who turns out to be the most badass member of the Royal Guard. I mean, the second most badass character. Please, please put me down. (upbeat music) But the battle itself isn’t
too difficult to beat. But it has a unique spin to the battle as you would expect from a boss. Red has the ability to cut
the bullet board in half. Creating multiple boards that
are cut off from each other. Well the beginning cuts
don’t affect you that much, it progressively becomes
more of a challenge if you find yourself on the wrong board. My favorite part though
is the character itself. Red feels like she belongs in Undertale. The creator did a great
job creating the character with motivation and a backstory
for such a small game. I highly recommend this. The combat is just like
Undertale, you’ll like it. Let’s move on to probably
the hardest game I played. Ink!Sans, this game is like if every AU or Alternate Universe Sans got together for one mega Sans battle. Like, that’s exactly what it is. Ink!Sans is a battle against an AU of Sans as every other AU Sans tries to stop you from your constant Bad Bad No Good runs. Like I said, this game is super hard. It’s the Sans fight, after all, but I think what makes
this significantly harder is how chaotic it all feels. Every Sans attack brings in other Sans to throw an unbelievable amount of lasers, bones, saws, basically
everything at you at once. If I have one criticism though, it’s that the sound design is just a song. No sound effects whatsoever. And that kind of makes you
feel a little disconnected from what’s happening. Although I think my ears do
appreciate the lack of sound with the best amount of
things happening on screen, but still, it would’ve been nice to hear more than just the song. Overall, If you’re looking
for crazy difficult battle, check out Ink!Sans, and of course, you’ll like the
combat just like Undertale. Our next game, Undertale
Disbelief, takes place in an AU where instead of destroying Papyrus, you end up finishing off Sans in Snowden. Without Sans to judge you, Papyrus takes up that responsibility. Undertale Disbelief is a battle with a more powerful Papyrus. But what makes this
particular Fan Game so good is how faithful it still
is to Papyrus’ character. Papyrus doesn’t battle you
as some ultimate being. He battles you without hate or ill will. He just wants to teach you a lesson. It’s heartbreaking as
he tries to reason out why he’s going all out. Currently there’s just a demo out, but I think it’s worth noting this game is actually a playable version of a fan animation by the
same creator, FlamesAtGames. I highly recommend this battle for not just the characters, but also for the hype music. Also, Undertale is just
like combat, you’ll like it. Our final battle fan game is Last Breath. This game opens up with a lot of dialogue. (upbeat guitar music) A lot of dialogue. Basically after Gaster watches you run multiple Bad Bad No Good Routes, he tells Sans everything you’ve done. Knowing that he can’t go easy on you, Sans goes all out during your fight. Even moreso than before. This battle is the Sans battle with a little more extra
Mega in the Lovania. Most of the attacks you
remember from Sans’ battle have been readjusted
and shuffled to dish out the maximum damage. There really isn’t much
more to say about this one. It’s just a solid battle
with multiple difficulties. Again, if you’re looking for
a more difficult Sans battle, there is plenty of bad time here. You’ll just like the
combat Undertale like it. With the battle games out of the way, our next game is Dusttale. Just like Last Breath, this features a Sans that has become aware of all of your Bad Bad No Good Routes. All 327 Bad Bad No Good Routes. That’s a lot of dusting. Fearing that you’ll continue, he decides in order to fight you, he himself must also up his LV. Which means he needs to, you know, dust other monsters, friends, loved ones. Oh no, this game is heartbreaking. While it was hard to do
it yourself, watching Sans have to dust all of his
friends and family to stop you, it’s absolutely tragic. It’s so sad to see Sans
slowly lose his mind, when he should be his cheerful self. As far as gameplay goes, this does give you the
fun benefit of doing two Sans battles in one game so, you know. (LAZERS) It’s a learning experience. This game was tragic and
a great story to play. If you can manage to do a mini Sans battle followed
by a big Sans battle, this one is a great dark AU to play. Undertale is just like you combat like it. This next game is probably in my top three Fan Games of the video. It was a fantastic game that also created one of the most unique experiences
I played, Don’t Forget. This Fan Game takes a bit more inspiration from Toby Fox’s second game, Deltarune, putting you in a town of monsters with your brothers Asriel and Chara. Oh, oh, that can’t be good. (eerie music) (upbeat music) You play as a human child name Harlow, or whoever you name yourself as, who, after having a strange dream, manages to find the one and only Gaster. Gaster informs you that
this world you live in is actually a fake reality, taking a page right of
Kingdom Hearts to there, but without the three-hour tutorial. From there, it’s up to you
to reunite Gaster’s soul to escape the world. To do this, you’ll need to do some tasks and find wormholes that
contain soul pieces. The tasks aren’t too exciting. A lot of them are fetch quests, but there is a side mission that requires you to play a
full 2D Atari-style Splatoon, which is neat. The wormholes, however, are
the real main dish here. Each wormhole will require puzzle pieces you can find on the
overworld, but once inside, you’ll have to navigate glitch field mazes to find the soul pieces inside. From what I played, they
don’t get too difficult, but it is only the first chapter. There are slated to be at
least two more chapters here in the future. One of the most unique parts of this game is the multiplayer. By logging into a game maker server, you can play with other humans trying to find the soul pieces, I think. To be honest, I booted
it up to check it out, but not a single person
was in my instance, so maybe we’ll try to stream it sometime. This is one that I had to stop myself from playing to completion. It’s really interesting and there is a ton to explore in the world. I really hope that I can come back and finish the first chapter
to unlock the costumes and other completionist tasks. Combat you’ll like it,
Undertale just like. So, one game that came up a lot when I asked for
suggestions was Underfell. And as I said before, I don’t think I grabbed the
one you guys wanted me to play. Look, there was one from Primus Official, one from Team UF, some grander experience
coming from ManiaKnight. I took none of these and grab the one from VLG games. And I can say, unironically, this is the Dark Souls
of Undertale Fan Games. Okay, fine. I say that with at least some irony. Underfell takes place in an AU where the monsters are significantly more brutal to each other. Acting like, well, monsters. Monsters you fight are super beefy with a ton of health and fighting is really your only option. Though Flowey is a bit more
pro-Frisk, which is nice. (Flowey talking) Okay, maybe it’s not as nice as I hoped. This Underfell is an
absolutely unforgiving game with oddly placed checkpoints, it’ll really challenge
your endurance as you play. Traps tend to have a case of the RPG Maker Horror Insta-Deathitis. Real thing don’t look it up. Make one wrong move on traps and it’s game over, back
to the last checkpoint. Fights are just as brutal, not in an extreme difficulty way, but rather are rough endurance challenges. While bullets are easy to dodge at times, they hit very hard. Combine that with massive health pools and it only increases your
chance of getting hit more. This version is not for the weak. I’m not sure how it stacks up
against the other versions, so who knows, this
could’ve been an easy one. Now y’all need to get together
making it official version. You all have the same basic idea, now get together and make a mega game. You’ll just like Undertale combat like it. Our next game is
definitely one of the most interesting takes on
the Undertale universe. Horrortale tells the story of the human after a neutral run Frisk, Aliza. After Asgore’s death, Toriel takes over as the
queen of the underground. However, a furious Undyne mounts a coupe to take over the throne herself. Her first order as Queen:
All humans must be destroyed. Oh man, sucks to suck, small sickly child. Oh, you’re screwed, now I feel bad. In this AU, Toriel has
become a hyper-paranoid keeper of the ruins, laying to waste any monster
that might come near a human. Flowey is an eye now, not sure how that evolution happened, but if the Zora could
become the Rito in Zelda, who am I to argue? This game is supposed to
be more horror themed, but besides the setting and environment, you shouldn’t expect too many scares. At least not in the demo. This is a bit more psychological horror as Toriel’s behavior is rather unsettling. Any monster she comes
across, including Flowey, is immediately dusted by her. She has no trust and
it’s unsettling to think what she might do if
you ever try to leave. Horrortale as a concept
isn’t new to the fan base. In fact, it is based off
the Horrortale comic series, which definitely becomes more darker and spoopier than we see here in the demo. But there is no doubt that
once the full game comes out, you’re definitely in for
more of a spook fest. Ti ekil ll’uoy, elatrednu
ekil tsuj si tabmoc Now, let’s talk about my absolute favorite game of the bunch. Departing from Frisk or
any of the main cast, Undertale Yellow is the prequel following exploits of Yellow soul, Clover. Having heard of the missing
humans on Mount Ebott, you set off to the underground
to try to save them. When you arrive, you’re
greeted by Toriel, as usual, who begins to guide you through the ruins. However, as you try to
solve your first puzzle, you fall through the floor and land in a new part of the ruins. That’s one of the first aspects
about this game that I love. Instead of exploring the same ruins like a lot of these games, you actually travel to a different area. Still with the same theme,
but with an aesthetic twist as the ruins truly are in ruins. But what I think is most
interesting about this is the area Guardian boss guy, you know, like how Toriel is the ruins, Papyrus, Snowdin, et cetera,
et cetera, you get it. In this area, you run into a
mysterious cloaked stranger who has a habit of monologuing. He’s a completely new character, but he winds up fitting perfectly with the rest of the Undertale cast. The mechanics of the game are basically identical to Undertale, though they do introduce
advanced mechanics a little sooner, like blue and
orange attacks from Decibat, which is just objectively
a fantastic name for a bat. Undertale Yellow just has
such a unique polish to it that you don’t really see
in the other Fan Games, besides Don’t Forget. Characters attacks are
so beautifully animated. It’s like adding a fresh
coat of paint to Undertale. If you were to play any
of these games today, I would highly encourage you
to play Undertale Yellow. The polish, the characters, and the story feels so uniquely fresh
compared to the other games. Combat Undertale like it. With that, we arrived at the end of our Undertale Fan Game adventure. A lot of Alternate
Universes, but a ton of great and sometimes brutal experiences. You know, I think we
have time for one more. Oh, mighty gods of Game Jolt. What’s game shall you bring unto me? (bright music) Come on, come on. (bright music) (Dan hits 0 HP) (bright game music) (Asgore is disappointed) Thank you everyone for watching. I know this was delayed quite a bit but I’m glad to finally
get this video out to you. A special thanks to AlyssaBeCrazy, Elizabeth Mello, and
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when the next video comes out and until next time, Cybert out.