A small group of humans wake up on board an alien space craft. They soon discover that the ship's crew and other passengers are all dead.
But they're not the only beings who are still alive. Something else is on board with them.
An electrician works out a way to reanimate corpses and have them perform basic tasks.
Will it end well?
Have any of our stories ended well?
Nine years ago the Wells-Dyson satellite picked up images of what appears to be some sort of wreckage on the floor of Titan's biggest hydrocarbon ocean - Kraken Mare.
The discovery prompted eccentric billionaire Jennifer Barrie to fast-track an expedition to the mysterious moon of Saturn.
The three British astronauts who have just arrived in Titan's orbit have only one job - find out what's lying under Kraken Mare.
And potentially answer one of humanity's biggest questions.
Are we alone in the universe?
Sci-fi tale that begins 500 years from now on board a dank, sprawling space station, where petty thief and protagonist Rose is caught up in the web of dodgy antique dealer Mr Jennings, who sends her back in time to present day Edinburgh. Her mission, once back on ‘Old Earth’ (now uninhabitable after the great nuclear war of 2166) will be to retrieve a painting and bring it back to the future, where Jennings has already agreed its sale with a dangerous and powerful mafia boss.
Katie McNulty, as Rose
Karim Kronfli, as Jennings
Rosemary Stanford, as Kelly
Jim Balfour, as Blinky
Robert Cudmore, as Gav
Michael Leslie, as Levi
Tanja Milojevic, as Bex
Kevin Parr, as Guido
Owen McCuen, as the video narrator
And Cameron MacBeth, as the guard
Sound effects, music, and ambience by Blastwave FX (Themes & transitions), Kevin MacLeod ('Old Timey' - educational video), and Martin Matheny ('Break in', 'Jennings' office', 'Blinky's Workshop', and 'Preparing to Travel')
Artwork by Kessi Rilinki
Scots duo Green Cloak took the British music industry by storm with the release of their debut album ‘Cheese’, but as a very public feud breaks out between the two a, follow up album seems unlikely. Washed up local radio DJ Lee steps in to lend a hand, but are his efforts doing more harm than good?
Starring, in order of appearance
R. Cudmore, C. Sneddon, M. McLean, R. Venters, J. Balfour, L. Blackwood.
Our Smallest Adventures - Now I have a machine gun, ho ho ho. Helsinki Syndrome, You don't like flying
Kevin MacLeod/Incompetech – Controlled Chaos ,Airport Lounge
Ghost Order - Familiar Ground
Written & produced by M. McLean of Yap Audio Production.
Sound effects were created by Yap Audio, as well as resources gathered on freesound.org from the following users.
Wniebelski, makosan, Master sound effects, Ifartinurgeneraldirection, panikko, pillonoise, ondrosik, bates8590, carbilicon, drewsifstalin, mzui, fonogeno.
Artwork by Craig Thomson
As a lifelong gamer, Dan's dream has always been to land a job at Captive Minds Game Studios. Today he's off for an interview, one that will change his life - forever.
Starring Jim Balfour, Robert Cudmore, & Julia McBay. Written and produced by Matthew McLean.
A short drama set in (West) Germany, circa 1989. Montgomery Hubbard rents a room at the airport hotel.
Written and Produced by Robert Cudmore of Yap Audio Production.
Starring Jack Kincaid, Robert Cudmore, Tanja Milojevic and Michael Hudson.
When George is transferred from his Police job, he meets Yuki White. She is odd, but it's her department that is truly unusual; a water pistol and a stick are standard issue kit?
Written by Charlie Rushworth and Produced by Robert Cudmore of Yap Audio Production.
Starring Julie Hoverson, Robert Cudmore, Fiona Thraille, Michael Hudson, Jack Kincaid, David Ault and Caitlin Sneddon.
Sound effects by Yap Audio Production.
Music by Incompetech.com and Leafy Lane Productions.
Someone is creeping around the house. Short narrated horror from 2011, with voices from Michael Hudson, Neil Colquhoun, and Robert Cudmore. Music by Tom Cusack.
Earth's alien Overlords are reviewing the human situation, and they're not too pleased. Written and produced by M.McLean & R.Cudmore.
Starring M.McLean, R.Cudmore & C.Sneddon.
Music by J.S Bach, Silvermash & Ross McLean.
Sound effects produced by Yap Audio, as well as resources gathered on www.freesound.org from users hasselblad22334455, herbertboland, viorelvio, soundmary & conleec.
A short medieval/fantasy comedy. When mysterious shooting stars fall over the Valenhigh mountains the residents of the nearby village of Fallhaven pay no attention to the wild eyed preacher who tells them that great demons are coming to punish them for their sins. The next day, word reaches the Queen in the city of Deepmount that Fallhaven is under attack from “three legged giants”. Step forward two heroic warriors, Sir Reginald and Boris the Destroyer, who must cast aside their differences and lead the struggle against the alien tripods that threaten to destroy the realm and leave nothing but fire and ash in their path.
"The Jester’s Slippers" was the Yap Audio Production entry for www.waroftheworlds75.com
Merchant – Michael Hudson
Barmaid – Fiona Thraille
Preacher – Jack Kincaid
Boris the Destroyer – Rich Matheson
Queen - Fiona Thraille
Sir Reginald – Jack Kincaid
Cecil – Chris Barnes
Sound effects provided by Blastwave FX & Footagefirm
Tavern ambience by Sonic Legends, Medieval music in scene 2 is “Sweet October Moon” by Adolfo Rojas. Music between scenes by Footagefirm and closing theme is “Distant Lands” by Tom Cusack of www.freemusicforvideos.com
A short creepy tale, narrated by Julie Hoverson. Written by Matthew McLean. Music by Tom Cusack.