Jeron Braxton takes us on a journey with a goddess exploring her pasts lives in his video game / mixtape ChildGod996.
“Each level is a song off of the mixtape”
ChildGod996 is an abstract mixtape/video game conceived by creative director Jeron Braxton. The game takes you on journey of a God meditating on her past lives, level by level, each of which is a song of the mixtape. In Braxton’s own words “ChildGod996 is a mixtape in a surreal video game about a goddess exploring her past lives in order to find enlightenment. Each level is a song off of the mixtape, and there are a few songs that can only be heard in the game.” All of the music is super chill, and Braxton has created the perfect visualization utilizing intense pastel colors and out of this world creatures.
“Browse through his animated videos and you’ll fly over purple mountain landscapes squirming like an angry biblical ocean.” -Chris Priestman, KILL Screen
Unfortunately we weren’t able to test the gameplay – the game is PC only, but Chris Priestman gave a in depth review of the game for KILL SCREEN and painted a perfect picture of the experience. “Browse through his animated videos and you’ll fly over purple mountain landscapes squirming like an angry biblical ocean. You can watch as sacral realms of spheres orbit slowly to a chill beat, and abstract biomechanical shapes blossom like spring daffodils. It’s all so very oneiric, meditative; the kind of videos you’d expect to see “Am I high?” posted like an unwritten ritual in every single response.” Read the full review here.