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Hello NG-fans! P-Bot here, with Saturday's hottest games and movies submitted to the Portal:
The late Graham Chapman describes how Monty Python named their Flying Circus.
Here are the runners up for the day (poor guys!)
We also have new submissions by the following popular artist:
What does everyone think of these submissions?
At 2/9/13 01:14 AM, ZJ wrote: Pox was robbed. Evolvo Plus is top 5 submissions material if I've ever seen it. Boo to the voters.
Agreed, 5 and 6 could easily have switched places. The four above that, however, were all amazing submissions. Seems unusual with a bunch of great artists submitting stuff on the same day like this. Congrats to the winners!
It was a good day of movies for me yesterday (although since I'm on Greenwich Meant Time, some of those are up for vote tomorrow - or is it today...?)
My favourite was definitely "Naming Python". It was a shame it wasn't able to be entered in that Monty Python competition.
"Bumming: Lickerwamper" Was the only other one I watched and voted on that day and I'm glad to see it got some recognition. It had some good direction and was almost reminiscent of the old Eddsworld. I found it quite amusing.
I was a bit dissapointed with the Eddsworld episode though. It's too drastic in its change of direction. It just didn't feel like "Eddsworld". I think the most jarring thing for me was the choice of music. It had it's moments though and I'm glad the team are keeping Edd Gould's legacy going.
And another cool track from Weebl - I saw it linked from his site originally, and I'm happy he submitted it pretty much on the same day as he did on Youtube. Ockeroid did a great job on the animation as well.
knew eddsworld would get first place! also i'm glad dandy made it on the list cause i really like warlord of noodles cartoons
It just didn't feel like "Eddsworld". I think the most jarring thing for me was the choice of music. It had it's moments though and I'm glad the team are keeping Edd Gould's legacy going.
i agree with this.
congratulations to all of the winners!