Click to watch embedded media YouTube channel Boundary Break, which looks at hidden secrets that are behind the camera or out-of-bounds in video games, is back with another fascinating episode.
These videos are not only entertaining, but also insightful when it comes to game development, giving us a peek behind the scenes as to how games are made. In the latest video, we find out the mysteries of The Simpsons: Hit & Run, an open-world title from 2003.
Boundary Break’s host speaks to one of the game’s former developers, Cary Brisebois, to explain strange findings like two images floating in the world (including George H. W. Bush’s house), bizarre small metal boxes attached to the game’s switches, and characters or objects that are frozen in place until scenes are activated.
For more on The Simpsons, an esports-themed episode is airing today (Sunday). Read more about it here.