news\ Dec 12, 2012 at 4:30 am

Hotline Miami dev releases montage of voicemails left by fans


Hotline Miami developer Dennaton Games originally set up a hotline for folks to call and leave messages. It was an interesting little promotion, and one that surely resulted in freakish calls (I'm assuming).

A video montage of some of these calls has been created for your listening pleasure. Most of the stuff is relatively tame, though it should be noted that some of the messages that were left out were deemed "not suitable for public consumption."

The montage features plenty of praise, as well as a disturbed caller. Most notable is the dude who proudly claimed to have "drilled a lot of people in the skull." Yay for unorthodox brain investigation!

Did you call up the Hotline Miami hotline and leave a message? Was it completely explicit material? If so, feel free to share it with us!

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