Thursday, 11 February 2016


I am back on YouTube! The past few months have gone past in a blur of two moves, a career change and lots of unpacking. Now that I am settled in my new flat, it is time to get back into the whole blogging and streaming thing. 

Myself and my boyfriend Casey played through the main story of Lego Dimensions recently, and both of us loved it. Therefore, we have decided to stream each level pack on my channel, starting last night with the Portal pack.

Friday, 8 January 2016

AQUA KITTY - Milk Mine Defender DX: Level 1

After a short absence on YouTube due to a start of my new employment, a move etc, my YouTube had fallen quiet. However, I am back, and plan to start properly streaming again really soon. 

Thursday night I streamed the first level of Aqua Kitty Milk Mine Defender on my PS4. It's a brief clip, but it's something to watch in the meantime. Enjoy!

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Thursday, 7 January 2016

88mph. Great Scott! - Brief Bytes

"When this baby hits 88 miles per're gonna see some serious shit."

It's only 7 seconds long, but here's a little clip I made of the Delorean reaching 88mph on the PS4 version of Back to the Future The Game.

Thursday, 31 December 2015

Happy New Year from 8-Bit Girl!


Happy New Year to you all! 2015 was a year of many changes for me. Along with 8 of some of my closest friends, we founded Geek Mash, a blog that provided a space for us all to write about our geeky interests. We also started a YouTube channel that I have been a part of.

As part of 8-Bit Girl, I have been trying to blog here and there when I get a chance, and launched my YouTube channel. This year marks the first year I tried streaming my gameplay! 

2016 brings more of a focus on 8-Bit Girl again whilst I pursue my freelance writing career. I also intend to update my YouTube channel a bit more.

So, thank you for all the support, and happy new year! I wish you all the best, and I'll see you for another round of 8-Bit Girl...and more!

8-Bit Girl / Kayleigh xx

Thursday, 24 December 2015

Merry Christmas from 8-Bit Girl!

Merry Christmas everyone!

Thank you to everyone who has been reading my posts throughout the year on both this blog and Geek Mash. I am also chuffed to bits to have a supportive following on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. I hope you continue to stick around...they'll be more in 2016!

To all of you reading this, I hope you have a fantastic Christmas, and I wish you the very best for the new year. 

2016 is an exciting new chapter of my life, part of which has begun now, just before Christmas. I am now a freelance copywriter and blogger who is writing from home, so I'll also be getting this updated when I can too!

Stay tuned from me. Have a good one guys. :)


8-Bit Girl x

Wednesday, 23 December 2015

My Dad's Favourite Games

It is my Dad's birthday today, so I decided to have a little chat with him about his favourite games he used to love playing when I was growing up. 

I am currently temporarily living with my parents again before a move with my boyfriend in the new year. During this time, I have my PS4 set up, and Dad has been trying out the 2013 Tomb Raider reboot and will be revisiting Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee soon.

Join me as my Dad shares his favourite games, with a comment from myself after. 

Tomb Raider 

Dad: "We all used to sit together to watch me play it. I remember how 'real' everything felt back then-the crunching snow (first time I really felt how far games had come), the locations, gameplay, etc. It got me into the Tomb Raider series."

Kayleigh: I became a huge Tomb Raider fan since I first sat there with the family and watched my Dad play through the old ones. Lara Croft is awesome. Cheers Dad!

Monday, 21 December 2015

Christmas Memories: Nickelodeon's Clickamajigs

We are on the final Christmas countdown, and it got me thinking about any Christmas traditions myself and my family had. In terms of gaming, the one that immediately springs to mind is myself and my brother's Christmas Eve tradition of playing the 'Clickamajig' games on Nickelodeon's website when we were kids.

OK, so at 25 and 27 years old, that tradition died a long time ago, but I remember how much fun we found those weird but addictive mini games on Christmas Eve. Here were some of our favourites. Warning-things get a little immature from here on out.

Alien Answer Brain

Clickamajigg's were known for their bizarre and creepy games at times, and Alien Answer Brain was one. This mini-game allows kids to write in questions, which the brain will answer for you. Sometimes the brain would get a little angry at you, and that's when it all got a little weird!

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