I found an old harddrive with the entire series of DJ Nastyman games

Anyone remember a guy named NASTYMAN from the Klik community?

He made a bunch of Klik and Play/TGF games about some really weird stuff.

For example, the first game is about him being thrown into a mental hospital because people didn't like his music. Then he made a "trip" version about it where everything looks like its on drugs and instead of a mental hospital, he gets thrown into a chicken farm for being a "boobie." Then there's Nastyman 2 which is about him being very much in love with a sea anemone, and includes some scenes like a guy running around with a skull screaming the word for testicles in Hebrew. Then it just gets more bizarre from there.

He even has a game that is simply labelled "belly botton adventure" in the title window.

I was really young at the time so I almost thought it was some sort of weird fever dream rather than something that I actually played. Only it turns out I had these game stored on an old, dying hard drive all along.

I don't know what to do with them. I remember these games being talked about a lot back on old klik sites that no longer exist anymore. I don't even know if people remember these games outside of that small, now dead community.

I stumbled upon this site and figured maybe you would be interested in these. I want to preserve them somehow because they are just so bizarre and I might just be the only one who has a copy of any of them.

Nastyman.zip35.35 MB
sergiocornaga's picture

I remember Nastyman. Thank

I remember Nastyman. Thank you for sharing here, if you dig up anything else along these lines I'd love to see it.

qrleon's picture

Me too, thanks for

Me too, thanks for sharing!

I remember emailing Nastyman circa 1999 to ask if I could graphics from his Klik & Play games. I wonder if his KNP games are floating around somewhere as well.

let-off-studios's picture

TDC Days

I used to cross paths with Nastyman from time to time on The Daily Click back in the day. He made a few good games, a particularly entertaining one I vaguely recall being a driving-dodging game where you had three lanes you could navigate to avoid hazards and other cars, while trying to collect coins and fuel. I remember playing that one quite a bit. I also purchased one of his albums of game-inspired music.

He had an alter ego (I guess) called "Advertise Play" which he used to post a lot of games and music online in an effort to monetize his creative efforts. You may be able to find more of his material under that handle.

He and I didn't quite get along personally, but I reckon that's beside the point.