I don't think any of these questions have actually been asked but the answers are here in case you were wondering.
Q: What do you use to make your games?
A: I primarily use Unity to make my games, my first two games (Super Killborg Massacre and Down in the Dark) were made with Game Maker Studio 2.
Q: What is your favourite game?
A: um... probably Skyrim, sorry I know it's cliche. I'm also a big fan of Bayonetta, Metal Gear solid V and Dead or Alive 6. As far as indie games go I really enjoy Limbo and the binding of isaac.
I'm also a massive Duke Nukem fan, I've played a lot of Duke Nukem 3D and really enjoy Duke Nukem Forever, I know thats an unpopular opinion but I don't care.
Q: Which game designers inspired you the most?
A: I really looked up to Randy pitchford and Tim Schafer when I was younger, now my biggest influences are Edmund McMillen, M Dot Strange and John Romero.
Q: What program do you edit your videos on?
A: I edit in Adobe Premiere Pro, composite in After Effects and do some 3D work in Blender.
Q: What program do you animate your cartoons with?
A: After Effects.
Q: How are your cartoons made?
A: I make all the art in photoshop using a drawing tablet, I then import it all into After Effects where I animate everything and then finally I bring it into Premiere Pro where I cut it all together, add music, sound, etc. and add titles.
Q: How much do your movies cost to make?
A: all are very low budget, ranging from a few hundred dollars to literally nothing, usually nothing.
Q: How long have you been making games for?
A: I started making games around the age of 9, I stopped making games at 15 and then returned to game dev in late 2018, at age 20.
Q: How long have you been making movies for?
A: I started around the age of 6 but it wasn't until the age of 15 that I started to take it seriously.
Q: What is your favorite movie?
A: My favorite movie of all time is Bad Taste, the first film directed by Peter Jackson (yes, the guy who made Lord of the Rings). This is closely followed by Evil Dead 2, The Taint, Braindead, Heartstring Marionette, The Editor and (like, I think, everyone who has started making games in the last few years) Indie Game: The Movie.
Q: Which filmmakers have inspired you the most?
A: Peter Jackson, Sam Raimi, Quentin Tarantino, Robert Rodriguez, M Dot Strange, Guillermo Del Toro, David Croenenberg, George Lucas and Steven Spielberg, to name a few, all have inspired me in a big way at some point or another. In the last few years, some of my biggest inspirations have been no/low budget filmmakers such as Matt Farley, Lloyd Kaufman, Frank Henenlotter and Astron 6.