“All Your Base Are Belong To Us” was one of the original “memes” that swept the Internet a little over a decade ago. It started sometime around 1998. An Internet craze (“going viral”) took off with great fanfare when people started “Photoshopping” pictures and/or taking pictures of altered items inscribed with “All Your Base Are Belong To Us”. A few new songs were created and new videos emerged from the zest of the followers.

Where did the idea come from? Well, there was an arcade game made in Japan by Toaplan that had a short intro video to the arcade game “Zero Wing”. The original Japanese script was poorly translated into English. The game never made it big, however, the broken English became infamous. The intro video has been re-made or re-imagined dozens of times to entertain the masses, and the words “All your Base Are Belong To Us” and the remnants of the saying are still found in the current English lexicon.

This film, “All Your Base: Last of Last” is a three-dimensional animated parody comedy science fiction steampunk mock trailer super short film that claims to be the final remake of “All Your Base Are Belong To Us”.


Here is a video explaining the whole “All Your Base” timeline from: knowyourmeme.com.


Here is the original Overclock “response video” version of “All YourBase Are Belong To Us”. They added dialog to the cut scene from the video game:


Here is the definitive version that took off, with the “Invasion of the Gabber Robots” soundtrack. Stills of photos and doctored photos with the “All Your Base Are Belong o Us” theme were tacked on to the end of the video.

This is the “HD” version. (Not really “HD” but has sharper images).

All Your Base “Music Videos”

This is “Zero Wing Rhapsody” by TMT (Too Much Spare Time Animation). This was one of the first “full” musical renditions:

Our film All Your Base: Last Of Last has also been put to music. Here is “Zero Wing: Ballad of Great Justice” (by talcMedia):

XKCD comic strip

All Your Base has been immortalized on XKCD. Here it is:


If you are crazy insane and want to watch someone play the original (now defunct) ZeroWing game, here it is – a whopping 45 minutes of action. (Note, this has the unaltered opening “cut scene” of the game at the beginning of the video):

Lastly, watch our film on Youtube: