The Upcoming Ulillillia Documentary Has an Ulillillierrffic Trailer

Gaming has its share of enigmatic stars, and Nick Smith, better known as Ulillillia, is certainly among them. In this trailer for the upcoming documentary The Platform Master, we get a flash-tour through Jeffrey Eugene Hoch's film about the man himself.


The trailer describes Ulillillia as "Gamer, author, game designer, math savant, artist, filmmaker, neighbor, student, programmer, internet celebrity, dreamer, fireworks lover, philanthropist"… and a bunch of other funny half-serious titles, and flies through a huge number of different aspects of Ulillillia's life.

The Platform Master looks to be fun and interesting. I'll admit I don't know that much about the guy. I'd be into a film that takes an unpretentious look into the life of someone like Smith, who sees things just a bit (or probably a lot) differently than you or I.

The Platform Master [Official Site via]

Ulillillia [Official site]



I don't know who this guy is, but I do know that the first music track there is from Tiny Toon Adventures Buster's Treasure, and it sounds better than I remember it, so it must be from the SNES version.

I don't know if that makes me feel better or worse about myself.

PS: Holy crap, I checked and it's not even from the beginning of the game or anything like that, it's some loose level halfway through. I'm so nerdy I want to stick a "kick me" sign to my own back.


PPS: Well, it seems that there was no SNES version. That slight inaccuracy at least lets me feel less geeky? I guess? Maybe?