We are the Moblins For Matt

Matthew Glasscock passed away on May 31st, 2016 due to SUDEP. The Moblins are gaming and raising money in his memory. Learn more about him here.

GameInformer article about Matt

GameInformer wrote an article about Matt, Corey's letter to Nintendo, and the Moblins. Read it here!

Watch our previous streams!

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Wednesday, November 11, 2020

The Moblins have been taking a break

Hello All!

Hope you are staying safe.  You may have noticed that our Twitch channel, social media accounts, and website have not had much activity at all in the last year or so.  As life would have it, things have been very busy for us, from work, school, home life, etc.  Add in a pandemic where we are unable to gather in one place for a charity event, and you might see why we haven't been active.

However, all is not lost, as we have been wanting to dust off the ol' streaming machine for some time, and we have been working on a few plans here and there, so you might hear from us again in 2021.

This is all to say:  If you are interested in finding out about when we stream next, follow us on Twitter or Facebook.  

Take care everyone!  Remember to wash your hands and wear a mask. We hope to see you soon!

Until next time.



Wednesday, November 21, 2018

Moblins for Matt Raises $7500 for The Seeing Eye!

Recently, Moblins for Matt held the Gotta Fetch'em All charity event and a charity stream for The Seeing Eye that raised just over $7500.

The charity event kicked off with a raffle of prizes at the Bar K Dog Bar, where various prizes were given out. The event packed the bar and various patrons tried their hand at winning one of the many prize bundles. As well as this, the Moblins showcased the newest entry in the Pokemon series, Pokemon Let's Go: Eevee and Pokemon Let's Go: Pikachu. The game room these games were located in also featured Pokemon themed games from the Nintendo 64 era, including Pokemon Stadium, Pokemon Snap, and Pokemon Puzzle League.

The second part of the charity event was a Pokemon-themed stream on Twitch that featured many of the Moblins playing many of the same games mentioned above, and more, culminating in the wrap-up of the Pokemon: Fire Red stream that was started by Denny Dalliance, right after Gotta Fetch'em All was announced to the public.

A special thanks goes out to everyone who participated in the planning, staging, and execution of the event, as well everyone who came out to participate in the Bar K event, and finally, everyone who donated and watched the stream! We really appreciate all you do for this organization!

Friday, May 18, 2018

An update! (Finally)

Hey everyone!  I know, its hard to keep up with bombardment of posts coming from this website (LOL), but I wanted to at least give an update on what has been going on around here.

New Moblins joined the ranks!

We have three new Moblins! Max, our editor, joined up recently. He has been helping us out with keeping the Twitch and Youtube pages up to date with all of our videos and just general housekeeping online.  Honestly, I am not sure how we were functioning without him before. A big welcome to Max!

Mead has always been a big help, but we are just lazy and forgot to tell anyone.  So... sorry about that? Mead has been active on stream and on the back end of things, helping with a lot of the "business" aspects.  Be on the look out for him on stream (you know he is around when someone peaks the microphone...RIP headphone users.)

Chad is the man, what else can we say?  Chad has been a friend of Corey and Annie for long time and has been a supporter of the Moblins since it started.  He has been to every event, helped with getting raffle prizes together to providing commentary! He will have a heavy hand in the upcoming streams, so you will be seeing a lot more of him.

Weekly streams!

As some people already know, we have been streaming several times a week, everything from Doki Doki Literature Club to Mario Kart.  We even have a night where we play multiplayer games with viewers! (Multi-player Moblin Monday!) Check out our Twitch page for the weekly schedule!

A new charity event this way comes...

The planning wheels are all oiled and in motion, so be on the lookout for that.  I can't give many details quite yet, but what I can say is it is going to be big.  This one is a bit different than the ones in the past, and it is going to be amazing. 

Until next time...


Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Super Moblin Brothers Stream - Details


The Super Moblin Brothers event will take place on Twitch, Youtube, and Facebook Live. Below is the schedule for each game being played.  These times are estimates only.  Some games may run shorter and others could be longer than listed.


Tentative Time

What we doin?

Nov. 4th - 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Corey and Mead race to the end!  Mead can use warps, Corey must play every level.

Nov. 4th - 11:30 am - 2:00 pm
Corey and Leslie take on all the Koopalings without warp whistles!

Nov. 4th - 2:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Jason and Corey crush all 7 castles, and maybe run through Star Road?

Nov. 4th - 4:30 pm - 10:00 pm
Logan races to get 70 stars so he can get that cake!

Nov. 4th - 10:00 pm - Nov. 5th - 7:00 am
Denny is going to work the overnight shift to clean up this mess.

Nov. 5th - 7:00 am - 1:00 pm
Logan, Annie, Corey, and Leslie turn into cats, chase after some fairies, then fall asleep in a box somewhere.

Nov. 5th - 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Kas takes on Champion’s Road, paying $1 for every death.
Nov. 5th - 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Corey, Annie, Mead, and Leslie will hate each other when this is over.

Nov. 5th - 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Jason, Logan, Kaz are going to cry.  Should be fun!

Nov. 5th - 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Corey, Annie, Logan finish off the livestream by taking the Odyssey for a spin!


Donations are considered entry into the raffle.  Multiple entries are accepted for each prize (Example: $30 is 2 entries for grand prize, 3 entries for the other prizes).  Winners will be notified within 48 hours of the end of the livestreaming event via the email address provided at the time of donation.  Winners must respond within 7 days or the prize will be forfeit and a new winner will be chosen.

100% of all donations go directly to the Epilepsy Foundation of America, a 501(c)(3) organization.  Donations are tax-deductible.  



How to Win

GRAND PRIZE: Nintendo Switch w/ Super Mario Odyssey, 3 amiibos, and Nintendo Switch Starter Kit - Mario "M" Edition
Each donation of $15 is considered an entry for this prize.
Super Mario Odyssey Game w/ 3 Odyssey Amiibos and Deluxe Mario Odyssey System Case
Each donation of $10 is considered an entry for this prize.
8-Bit Mario Pixel Star Tree Topper 3D Printed 
(Courtesy of LiveFree3D)
Each donation of $10 is considered an entry for this prize.
8-Bit Super Mario Wall Print (11x17) 
(Courtesy of PixelBitHero)
Each donation of $10 is considered an entry for this prize.
Mario and Luigi Embroidered Nintendo Cosplay Newsboy Hats 
(Courtesy of armycrew)
Each donation of $10 is considered an entry for this prize.
Set of 3 Nintendo World Championship Posters
Each donation of $10 is considered an entry for this prize.

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Thursday, October 5, 2017

Super Moblin Brothers Stream Announced!!

Here we go!  The Moblins are jumping into the Mushroom Kingdom on November 4th, starting at 10 a.m. CST to benefit the Epilepsy Foundation. You can watch it live on Twitch and on Youtube!

This stream is shaping up to be our biggest yet, with even more prizes to win and games to play!

The games for the Super Moblin Brothers stream are...


Stay tuned for the raffle details. I can't share quite yet, but I can tell you, it's going to be epic.

Get more updates on Facebook and on Twitter!

Want to contribute to the mustachioed madness? Send us a Mario Maker level! It can be your own or your favorite! Submit them by clicking here and you might just see us play them! 


Thursday, September 14, 2017

The Nintendo World Championship Qualifer (Plus an Update)

It has been pretty quiet around here for quite a while (life has a tendency to demand all of your time,) but I wanted to put it out there that the engines are up and running again and we have some new things coming!  A new stream event is entering the final planning stages, as well as another project that is on its way, so be on the look out for that.

I figured I would also take the opportunity to talk a bit about the Nintendo World Championship.

Image: Nintendo
First and foremost, I didn't win, but it was a good time.  I met a lot of great people, including participants and the Nintendo team, and had the chance to play Metroid: Samus Returns and Super Mario Odyssey between the 20 billion rounds of Mario Kart 7 I played over 2 days.

The aforementioned "great people."
I won't go into great detail about either game, since there are reviews aplenty for both by writers much more talented than I, but to confirm: they are just as great as everyone says and you should buy them both.  Metroid: Samus Returns releases on 3DS on September 15th and Super Mario Odyssey launches on the Switch on October 27th.  Seriously, super good.

Watch as this unsuspecting nerd develops carpel tunnel.
Anyway, overall I came in 3rd.  I was pretty happy with my time though, it was pretty much on par with what I was able to hit in practice runs:

Gaaaaaaaah!! So close!

I held onto first for the better part of the last day, but alas, it slipped away as the more skilled players arrived. 

I'm not bitter, you're bitter!!

I did come away with some pretty awesome posters and an unyielding and immense hatred for Bowser's Castle 1 in Mario Kart 7.  I am not exaggerating when I say I likely played that course 5000 times.  Mario Kart 7 is a great game, but let it be known that I have not ever played another level in that game, picked it up for the first time when the Championships were announced, and it is incredibly likely that I will never pick it up again.

Be jealous.
I also have to give a shout out to Annie.  She was the one who demanded we go to Minneapolis for the qualifier, patiently sat next to me while I practiced every spare second I had, listened to me babble on about strats and lap times, and held an umbrella over me to block the sun while I practiced in line at the qualifier.  You would have seen her there running around to get water, hold my stuff, grab energy drinks, and cheering me on the whole way.  She is awesome and I can't thank this beautiful lady enough.

So that's it for now.  Be on the lookout for a stream announcement in the VERY 
near future!



Friday, June 9, 2017

Kirby's Streamland was a success!

On June 3rd, the Moblins landed on Popstar to take on the Kirby universe!  I must say, it was an absolute success!  Thanks to you guys, we were able to raise $1700 for the Epilepsy Foundation and SUDEP Institute!  Over the course of stream, we raffled off various prizes during the individual games, as well as a grand prize generously donated by our amazing friend and Moblin Chad Rohr: a New 3DS XL "Galaxy Style",+ two 3DS games: Kirby: Planet Robobot and Kirby: Triple Deluxe. Let me give a general recap for anyone who happened to miss our adventure:

Jason started us off with "Kirby's Adventure" on the NES Classic.  He had an effortless run completing the game at 100%!  During this game, we raffled off a book titled "100 Things to Draw With a Circle: Start with a shape, doodle what you see. (100 Shapes, 100 Doodles)", donated to us by its author, Sarah Walsh. (♪♪ First you draw a circle, and then you dot the eyes...eh, eh, get it?)  Sarah is a VERY talented artist and generally awesome person, so you should definitely check out her work on her website.

The next game was "Kirby Super Star", which was played by Corey and Leslie, Matthew's siblings. The sibling rivalry was (and is) very real, signified by the banter between them.  They went through all the larger games (from Spring Breeze to Milky Way Wishes), as well as the mini-games, where we all decided that Jason and Annie cheat at Samurai Kirby (as seen below).  Leslie also nearly sent Denny back to the nether realm when she destroyed his joke about RuneScape and pickled instruments. #VlassicGaming. During this game, the Moblins raffled off an adorable Sword Kirby plush.

Then the stream fell into a hilarious turmoil with the four player game, "Kirby's Return to Dreamland".  We raffled off two prizes this time, a homemade Kirby plush (this thing is the size of a basketball, it's awesome) and a beautiful print by Mel Matthews.  You should definitely check out her Etsy Shop, there is some really great stuff over there. Logan and Denny created prog songs for their wedding while Corey and Leslie attempted to actually play the damn game.

At 9:30, to take us into the overnight hours of the stream, we paused "Kirby's Return to Dreamland" so Jason could read a bedtime story from "Brawl in the Family."  You can watch that here.

"Kirby and the Rainbow Curse" started at about 1 AM CST and if you ask Sam, Luke, and Annie, it was a curse that lasted for about 150 years.  If you get the chance to go back and watch some of the gameplay, it's certainly worth it.  Sam rolled Kirbo along the rope with Luke and Annie offering support (both in-game and emotionally).  You can see a small sample of it here #DamnYouKirbo. This calamity lasted until Jason woke up to save the day (well, very early morning).  During this game, we raffled off another one of Mel's prints and a small pouch of "Rainbow Curse" colored pencils!

Once the Rainbow Curse was lifted, Jason and Logan went on "Kirby's Air Ride."  After some initial audio issues (way to go, Corey), they were flying through some city trials.

After a bit of a late start, Logan began "Fever Dream: The Game"....I mean "Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards". With Jason as co-pilot, he managed to gather all the shards and took down the Dark Star, beating the game at 100%!  During this game, we raffled off a plushy that was handmade by Jason's wife Nicky, as well as a Waddle Dee amiibo!

It was then time for the "Maxim Tomato Frenzy"... poor, poor Denny.

After stewing in the tomatoey goodness, Denjamin finally got all of the tomato goop out of his ears... and hair... and nether regions... and got started on the final game. Denald's brother David joined him in the tangled up mess also known as "Kirby's Epic Yarn".  We watched the two brothers "unravel" as they hilariously "knit"-picked at each other (ha, sewing puns) when one of them would screw up. Ultimately, they managed to "stitch" their relationship back together (okay, I'm done) to defeat Yin-Yarn and bring Kirby's Streamland to a close.  The raffle this time around was for a one-of-a-kind Kirby cross stitch from Brandi Sahlfeld (check out her Instagram here), as well as a copy of Kirby's Epic Yarn!

So that about does it.  Again, thank you to everyone who donated and watched our livestream!  Every cent goes to help those with epilepsy and to spread the word about epilepsy related illnesses.  Stay tuned for more livestreams and videos from the Moblins.  Until next time...