The best post-apocalyptic videos from September 30 to October 6

Which country is the safest in a APOCALYPSE?
Based on an article titled An Analysis of the Potential for Persistent Complexity Node Formation, this video explains some of the best places to live in the event of an apocalypse. The first places are Australia, New Zealand and Iceland. Watch this video to see how the authors of the article came to their conclusions.

Jurassic Country | A post-apocalyptic short film
Although on a budget, this short film must be admired for its spooky portrayal of dinosaurs during an apocalypse. It’s a dinopocalypse!

The doorbell – short film
This original short isn’t full of raiders and car battles, but it’s a realistic take on an 18-year-old who ends up as the last survivor of a pandemic. “Being the last person on Earth feels like such an overused movie plot,” the star recounts during the film. “But this is my reality. Every day is the same. “

STAG # 9: “Why Post-Apocalyptic Games Make No Sense” ft. PrometheusPrime
This is a recording of a livestream that reacts and explores the concept of post-apocalyptic video games that isn’t as in-depth as people might think. The original video (by PrometheusPrime) is the one that takes the point and this video basically rips him apart for saying post-apocalyptic games aren’t the best thing ever.

An interview with the developers of TRASH
Trash is an open world multiplayer post-apocalyptic recovery game that is both a puzzle game and an MMO. This video is an interview with the developers where they describe in more detail their intentions with the game and how it all happened.

Making SAILS for post-apocalyptic cars | GASLANDS personalized table miniatures
As a big fan of figurines and in particular Gaslands figurines, I was really blown away by this construction video. BP Custom Creations adds realistic sails to its Gaslands die-cast cars. Sails only make sense in an apocalyptic setting, so maybe this is something you chose to do for your own cars.

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Shawn has been infatuated with the post-apocalyptic genre ever since he used up his horribly American VHS of the original Mad Max as a child. Shawn is the former editor-in-chief of Joystiq’s, creator of the post-apocalyptic immersion event Aftermath, and host of the Through the Aftermath podcast for over 11 years. He currently resides on top of a mountain in the middle of nowhere with his wife and four children.

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