23 years later, someone made the game from the Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Californication video

The Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Californication will always be a first-class earworm and, at the time of the song’s release, was so successful as to be ubiquitous. One adjacent element of its appeal was the music video, directed by Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris, which features a made-up series of videogame levels with each of the band members undertaking some sort of activity in a virtual California. It’s by far the group’s most popular video with, at the time of writing, just under 920 million views.

“I wanted to play that game so bad!” says developer Miquel Camps Orteza. “It’s 2022 and I haven’t seen anyone made the game so I challenged myself to create it. I have selected some epic moments from the video and turned into 7 levels each one with different game mechanics, I hope you like this game.”