absolutely losing my fucking mind at this video from the wikipedia page for the physics engine "phyz"

@prophet_goddess From the phys website, a comment on the "Yoda" scene: "Replace Yoda's rods with springs (use the Edit menu) to cause a great disturbance in the force."

What an image, and what a time to be alive

@prophet_goddess I could not predict where the fuck this was going at any moment

@prophet_goddess holy shit, it's a rollercoaster ride all the way to the last frame

@prophet_goddess the fact that there was no way to fast forward this gif made it one thousand times worse

@prophet_goddess IT JUS KEEPS GOIN every time it can't get weirder they add another layer!! I'm crying

@prophet_goddess Watched it all the way and hoo boy, what a finale…

@prophet_goddess a friend points out they like how they've used Yoda to demonstrate... force

@prophet_goddess completely horrified to share that this video was produced by the physics engine authors???? and… has audio

@ticky oh my god i knew the first part but the audio???? the AUDIO

@prophet_goddess I don’t understand why this got so ultra-violent! Are these people okay? What did yoda do to them?

@ticky if you read the description of this video or the about page on the phyz website you can see the answer: this program was designed by a six year old and implemented by said six year old's father

@ticky last night on stream i downloaded phyz and this jessica rabbit thing but i couldn't figure out how to grab stuff and move it around so i just turned on gravity and dropped enormous solid bricks onto her over and over again to make her jiggle

@prophet_goddess this is a far better masterpiece than Nosferatu (1922) and Star Wars: A New Hope (1977) combined could ever dream of being


a) I didn't know a gif could be that long

b) whaaaaaaaaat

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