You're probably here for this. Yes, RynoGG makes videos. From animations to goofy videos, she has it all! (except vlogs)

Video Series

UNDERFELL is an animated series created to mimick gameplay. The story follows Frisk on their quest to escape the Underground. However, most monsters encountered are out for blood, which some may consider strange. Frisk is not alone. They're joined by Flowey the Flower, a talking flower whose experience in the Underground has left them paranoid of everything. With the power of DETERMINATION, Frisk sets out to pacify the monsters of the Underground and escape to the surface.

Starting as a huge gameplay video to signify her ability to make Toontown videos again, Ryno's Return to Toontown is a gameplay compilation series that follows Ryno and her group of misfit friends. They tackle the games they play head-on, which consists of heavy dosages of Toontown and Team Fortress 2. The contents of the videos are quite explicit, which is usually limited to foul language. Viewer discretion is advised.

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The Rewritten Story is an animated series using custom-created in-game cutscenes. The story follows Ryno, who receives an email containing what is called the "Universal Opener," which allows her to play games in different, liberating ways. She first uses this on Toontown Rewritten, which prompts a new story to commence.

Other Videos

Channel History

Way, way back on September 13, 2014, Ryno created the RynoTheGameGal channel (formerly titled RynoTheGameGuy), but she didn't start posting on it until a month later on October 19 with her first public video "Dolphin Don't Like Camtasia." The video was very... primative, but it was a start. The channel started with mostly gameplay videos, but then began to churn out more productive videos, such as the original Rewritten Story series. This carried forward until the Ryno's Return to Toontown video series began, which shifted video production away from serious projects and towards a more "comedic" style of video.

By the time 2015 ended, it became clear to Ryno that the focus of the RynoTheGameGal channel had shifted, so on January 8, 2016, the Ryno Productions channel was created. This channel was meant for serious video projects, such as animations and story-driven videos. This would leave RynoTheGameGal solely as a gameplay-driven channel. The first video to be published on the Ryno Productions channel was "The Otherworlder Showcase - Undertale: W.D. Gaster Fight (Part One)" on March 20, 2016, where it gained ~400 views before the channel blew up.

On June 14, 2016, "UNDERFELL - Episode 1: Fallen Down" was published onto the Ryno Productions channel. It was an "animation-footage hybrid" that utilized Vegas editing techniques, as well as fake Flash-animated battles, to give the illusion of a real game being played. The video began to attract many views within two weeks of its release. This prompted Ryno to create another episode to keep traction going. It took a staggering 3 weeks of pure stress to produce and was released on July 17, 2016. The next day garnered the most amount of views the channel has received in a single day, which is ~89,000 views on that day alone. To date, the first two UNDERFELL episodes are the two most viewed videos on the channel.

By the end of that summer, both channels rebranded to a more "pixelated" branding style. The rebrand prompted Ryno to consider rebranding the Ryno name as a whole. The public became aware of this possibly happening by at the latest on February 26, 2017 with a video titled "The Concern of TheGameGuy and Productions..." This video includes a poll asking for the public to decide on whether Ryno should upload all her new content onto Ryno Productions or to keep TheGameGal and Productions separate. The poll voted overwhelmingly on the former option. Ryno Productions would be officially rebranded to RynoGG on March 1, 2017 with an announcement video called "Ryno Productions to RynoGG." The video outlined the new name of the channel, what new content would be published on the channel, and how diffent content is identified. The channel name was chosen to match a new domain name that was purchased to include RynoTheGameGal with Ryno Productions on the website. Said domain name was suggested by Ryno's friend, Relic007, and was the most voted domain name on a poll from February 9, 2017, which asked the community to vote on the new domain name.

At this point, the third episode of UNDERFELL was not being worked on at all. The motivation was not there. Regardless of the new content being published, the channel's fanbase grew desperate for the elusive "Episode 3," which became a running joke in a few videos. On April 14, 2017, in a now unlisted video titled "On the Topic of Undertale," the UNDERFELL series was officially cancelled due to interest issues. This caused an immediate subscriber drop of 125 subs. The cancellation lasted from then until August 7, 2018, when "UNDERFELL Teaser - The Return" teased the return of UNDERFELL and promised a new episode. Said episode would release a week later as "UNDERFELL - Episode 3: Toriel's Insanity" on August 15, 2018. It is currently the third most viewed video on the channel, right behind the original two UNDERFELL episodes. Unlike the first two episodes, most of the episode is pure Flash animation past the 1 minute timestamp, creating a major shift in production of the series.

While UNDERFELL was cancelled, the channel saw a resurgence in Toontown Online content. Prior to the release of the "Toontown Rant" video on May 24, 2017, Ryno wasn't very active in the Toontown community, ceasing active engagement after the Toontown Offline forums shut down. This video was the culmination of many events that occured in late 2016 and early 2017 that could be seen as "drama," which Ryno felt didn't belong in what was supposed to be a family-friendly community. The video's positive reception encourage Ryno to keep engaging with the community, eventually discovering the Toontown Offline Discord and becoming a Mini-Server hoster. During this time, Ryno learned how to program using the Python programming language and use the Panda3D game engine to create in-engine Toontown animations, the progress of which was highlighted in "The Great Leap" on June 25, 2017. This knowledge eventually lead to the publication of "Horse Racing" on July 14, 2017, and a revival of the Rewritten Story with "The Rewritten Story - Prologue: The Very Beginning" on August 11, 2017, which also tied the series in as a prequel to the Otherworlder Showcase series of videos. Afterwards, Ryno joined the Toontown Offline Team as a developer, giving her access to the Toontown Offline source code. This allowed her to create a special version of Toontown Offline called "Ryno's Rewritten Story Development Studio," which includes features that can assist with cutscene development. These features were used to create "The Rewritten Story - Episode 1: The Invitation," which was published on December 10, 2017. These features will also be used on future Rewritten Story videos. After episode 1 of The Rewritten Story released, the channel saw no video releases while "Heart-Pounding Obsession" was being created. The video was released on July 19, 2018, and took 5 months to develop with little amount of downtime.

The release of episode 3 of UNDERFELL saw a revitalization of interest for the channel. A wide assortment of videos were created for the channel since, all gaining at least 1K views per video. Videos are still being made to this day.