"Hey, I'm Grump!"
- Arin's first line when entering the game.
"And I'm the Game Grump!"
- Arin's second line when entering the game.
"Well, uh, how you doin' there, partner?"
- Arin's third line when entering the game.
Arin Hanson is a playable character in LEGO Dimensions: The Multiverse Curse, from the Game Grumps franchise.
Arin Joseph Hanson (born January 6th, 1987), also known as Egoraptor, is a cartoonist, voice actor, rapper, comedian, and let's player. He is a co-founder and owner of Game Grumps.
Arin co-founded Game Grumps in July 2012 alongside Jon Jafari. Arin and Jon co-hosted Game Grumps and Game Grumps VS together. During the beginning of Game Grumps, Arin and Jon shared management of the channel, before hiring Barry Kramer to do most of the behind-the-scenes works. In addition to hosting Game Grumps, Arin also animated a number of Game Grumps Animated videos for the channel. He would later hire other animators to make more animations for the channel as well.
Early in 2013, Arin and Jon recorded their first video with a guest, Grant Kirkhope, in a new series Guest Grumps.
Sometime in the first half of 2013, Arin's friend and fellow animator Ross O'Donovan decided to do a let's play show, Steam Train, inspired by Game Grumps. Arin invited Ross to host the show on the Game Grumps channel alongside Game Grumps. When asked by Ross who he should choose as a co-host, Arin recommended Danny Avidan, whom he said would be his back-up partner if Jon were to ever get sick and could not do the show.
In June 2013, Jon decided to leave Game Grumps, and Arin chose Danny to be his new partner. Arin would later join the cast of Steam Train, either replacing Danny as host in some episodes, or joining Ross and Danny, beginning in the Civilization V: Brave New World play-through. He would also later be a part of the Steam Train spin-off Steam Rolled, playing competitive games with three other hosts.
In December 2013, the Game Grumps channel announced a new show, Table Flip, hosted by Barry and Arin's wife Suzy Berhow, and co-produced with Polaris. Arin appeared as a guest in many episodes, as well as doing most of the narration for the series.
In January 2015, the Game Grumps premiered a new series, Grumpcade featuring Arin and the other Game Grumps playing console games. This series also sometimes features guests from within the YouTube community. Arin has hosted Grumpcade episodes with guests such as Markiplier, Jirard The Completionist, SoloTravelBlog, Octopimp, Nathan Barnatt, and Jacksepticeye.
- Sonar Smash
"Next time on Game Grumps!"
- Arin's first line when leaving the game.
"Listen to your elders or whatever."
- Arin's second line when leaving the game.
"Hold on, I think I need to feed Mochi and Mimi."
- Arin's third line when leaving the game.
"Yeah, I think I can do this."
- Arin when about to solve a puzzle
"What am I supposed to do here?! I can't understand it!"
- Arin when unable to solve a puzzle
"Ooooh, man! Looks like I'm the one who wins!"
- Arin when obtaining a collectable
"It's not cheating if you can do it."
- Arin when seeing Waluigi
"What do call an invisible droid? C-through-PO! HRRMMMMMMM! FUNNYYYYY JOKE!"
- Arin when seeing Yoda
"Oh jeez, I remember my time on Newgrounds. The community sucked so much then."
- Arin when seeing Tankman, Pico or Nene
"It's so easy to make a Halloween costume, all you gotta do is ruin some sheets."
- Arin when seeing Skid or Pump
"Even though I give your games a lot of flak, I'm a huge fan."
- Arin when seeing Sonic the Hedgehog
- Arin when seeing Toad
"Okay, real talk... This is actually awesome."
- Arin when riding the Newgrounds Tank
"Woah, okay! That's a big guy!"
- Arin when seeing a big character or riding a mech
"I'm the video game boy! I'm the one who wins!"
- Arin when seeing Gamer Kid