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Super Mario Reloaded

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Mar 24, 2004 | 5:41 PM EST
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Author Comments

Hey Spritelovers!
Sorry for those that had to wait so long.
I hope you people will enjoy it.
Oh yea, those who hate sprite movies, please go watch it first before you vote low for it.
Call me crazy but i used over 3000 sprites that i made myself!
Another thing, some things in 'Super Mario Reloaded' won't make sense if you never seen the Matrix Reloaded.
The size is over 4 MB. So let it load plz.

, Paul.



Rated 4 / 5 stars

Very Impressive

Spot on movement and animation, well timed with the voices and sound effect, and the ending bit with the gamers was a nice touch. I do feel that you missed alot of possibilities with video game references, in the second half you started to make use of some video game sound effects and the like and I would have loved to have seen more of that because without those added touches, as cool as it is, I've basically seen it before. Still grea work.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Great Movie!

I could see how not seeing the movie could get very confsuing..But I saw it, and loved this...Great Job!


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Thaty was one sweet movie.. basiclly the matrix story line with 8 bit charecters.. GREAT JOB! MAKE MORE!!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

it makes you want to cry...

The 16 bit characters worked very well, deffinately one of the best movies ive ever seen and deffinatly worth the wait. It seems to be following each camera angle from the movie perfectly and the fighting was amazing and the little bit at the end finished it off nicely with a bit of comedy. A***


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I didn't think it was possible.

This is the best flash I've seen in a long time. What amazed me was not only the great lip-syncing, facial expressions, action sequence and ability to make pixels kick arse, but also the fact that the scene actually followed the real Burly Brawl scene play by play. Incredible work which makes me wonder just how many times you've seen that movie.