Welcome to the Boobah Zone.
We’ve covered browser-based experiences before, but nothing quite like this. As stimulating as browser-based synths and ambient music generators can be, sometimes—especially when you just finished a weekend-long trip at our festival in Boobahpest—you need something more, um, like this browser-based Boobah video game.
Boobah was an early-’00s children’s show created by the team behind Teletubbies, but Boobah’s focus was much more music- and dance-centered than its precusor.
Now, a website lets you play a previously-CD-ROM-only game called “The Boobah Zone” that takes you into the psychedelic world of the Boobahs. There, you can wave your mouse over bubbles to create strange atonal melodies.
There are also a variety of other ambiguous activities. You should really explore it on your own, so we won’t give too much away—but search for a bit and you may find an interactive, build-your-own tech house track game.