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Bike Mayhem 2 - Single Player: University Trials (Xbox One Gameplay, Playthrough)
Marvel Avengers Academy - Build Your Academy & Defeat Hydra (iPad Gameplay, Playthrough)
Super Smash Bros - Bayonetta Battles on the Umbra Clock Tower (Wii U Gameplay)
Unravel - Guide Yarny on a Journey of Life: Thistle & Weeds, Level 1 (Walkthrough, XB1 Gameplay)
Digimon Heroes! - Collect Digimon and Defeat The Enemies of File Island (iPad Gameplay)
Kids' Choice Awards 2016 Mega Dance Machine - Dat Chill Party (Playthrough)
Nick Football Stars 2 - Chloe From The Fairly Oddparents Puts On The Cleats (Championship Gameplay)
Blocky Football - Dodge the D, Score a TD and kick the PAT (iPad Gameplay, Playthrough)
Roblox: Natural Disaster Survival - How Many Disasters Can You Survive (Xbox One Gameplay)
Kung Fu Panda: Battle of Destiny - Learn The Ancient Game of Card Fu (iPad Gameplay)
Game Shakers: Scubaroo - Help Clear The Diving Grounds of the Trash Monsters (Gameplay, Playthrough)
Lego Marvel's Avengers - Level 1: Struck Off The List (Xbox One Gameplay, Playthrough)
Flick Field Goal 16 - Become The Ultimate Placekicker In Football (iPad Gameplay, Playthrough)
Pirate Power - Come Along On An Epic Pirate Adventure (iPad Gameplay, Playthrough)
Transformers: Robots In Disguise - Bumblebee Defending The Scrapyard (iPad Gameplay)
Adventure Time: Candy Scramble - Bunch of Soccer Playing Candy (Career Gameplay)
Little Broken Robots - Rewire And Fill The Empty Dots To Fix Them (iPad Gameplay)
A Boy and His Blob - The Classic Game Re-Imagined For The Modern Age (Xbox One Gameplay)
Pocket Mortys - Join Rick and Morty On Their Quest To Become The Best Morty Trainer (iPad Gameplay)
Steven Universe: Sword Dancers - Duel & Parry Your Way To The Top (Gameplay, Playthrough)
Power Rangers Megaforce: Never Surrender - Stop The Warstar Aliens (Gameplay, Playthrough)
The Fairly OddParents: Wishing 101 - Help Chloe Escape Da Anti Rule Book (Gameplay, Playthrough)
Game Shakers: Pop Star Surgeon - Performing Surgery On Pop Stars (Gameplay, Playthrough)
Plants vs Zombies Garden Warfare 2 Multiplayer Beta - Backyard Battleground (Xbox One Gameplay)
Angry Birds Pop - Topple The Piggies In This Bubble Shooter (iPad Gameplay, Playthrough)
Star Wars Pinball: Might of the First Order (High-Score, Xbox One Gameplay)
Star Wars Pinball: The Force Awakens (High-Score, Xbox One Gameplay)
Lego Nexo Knights: Merlock 2.0 - Knighton Under Attack By Jestro (iPad Gameplay)
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles VS Power Rangers: Ultimate Hero Clash (Gameplay, Playthrough)
Adventure Time: Finn & Bones - Rescue Jake From The Underworld (Gameplay, Playthrough)
Phineas and Ferb: Double Dodge - Collect Tools, Avoid Candace & Pets (iPad Gameplay)
ShipAntics - Join The Crew Of The Barnacle On A Fun-Filled Adventure (iPad Gameplay)
Camp Pokemon - Learn What It Takes To Become A Pokemon Trainer (iPad Gameplay)
Disney XD Puzzle Ninja - Solving Puzzle Pieces Like A Master Ninja (iPad Gameplay)
Basket Fall - Cut The Rope & Drop The Ball Into The Basket (iPad Gameplay, Playthrough)
Lego Star Wars: The Yoda Chronicles - Joining The Dark Side (iPad Gameplay, Playthrough)
Lego Ninjago: The Final Battle - Become The Golden Ninja (iPad Gameplay, Playthrough)
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The original idea for this site actually stemmed from another idea to provide a way of benchmarking the popularity of a video against the general population of YouTube videos. There are probably sites that do this by now, but there wasn’t when we started out. Anyway, in order to figure out how popular any one video is, you need a pretty large sample of videos to rank it against. The challenge is that the sample needs to be very random in order to properly rank a video and YouTube doesn’t appear to provide a way to obtain large numbers of random video IDs.
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