I get by with a little help from my Electronic Talking Sir George Martin Super-Producer® action figure

Rookie Recording is a Twine game that I created this summer. It's a video game about street cred, microphones, late night Taco Bell cravings, analog signal flow, unreadable brutal lettering, and an Electronic Talking Sir George Martin Super-Producer® action figure (still in it's original packaging).

If this year was 1986, you could say that "this video game has amazing, state-of-the-art graphics and animation."



  • How much does this game cost? $59? $173? You are in luck, because Rookie Recording is 100% free!
  • How long does it take to play? 59 hours? 173 hours? Rookie Recording will probably take you 10 to 15 minutes to play.
  • Is it available for my Atari 5200 or my dad's CalecoVision? No. Rookie Recording is available in HTML format and can be played on any computer, smartphone, tablet, or any other internet connected device with a browser.
  • Where can I find this HTML of which you speak? http://ohiofi.github.io/rookierecording/
  • Does it show the High Scores when you win? Yes, but you have to sign in to OhioFi if you want to save your score. It's also free to sign up for OhioFi.
  • Which Difficulty level should I choose? Easy? Medium? Hard? If you have never recorded anything in a recording studio in your life, choose easy. Otherwise, shoot for the moon and choose hard!
  • Have you received a cease and desist letter from Sir George Martin's lawyers? Not yet!