Green Hell Developers React to 14 Minute Speedrun (World Record)

IGN published this video item, entitled “Green Hell Developers React to 14 Minute Speedrun (World Record)” – below is their description.

Green Hell is a game all about survival. Watch along with developers from Creepy Jar as they barely survive watching a speedrunner blast through their game in under 15 minutes! Thank you to devs Michał Stawicki (Lead Game Designer), Jacek Śliwa (Lead Tester & Level Designer), and Adrian Trembacz (Gameplay Animation & Cutscenes Designer) for watching through this speedrun with us. And thank you to speedrunner Mattmurpz for allowing us to use his run!

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