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  • Daily Feature August 17, 2004

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Author Comments

A few years ago I recorded this song (with my brother on drums). We made it up on the spur of the moment and my throat is still a little sore from yelling so much, but hey, it was worth it. I hope all of you enjoy the soothing sounds of my singing.

Big thanks go out to James Jouni for taking the time to work with me and create this music video for my song - "I Will Beat Pacman!" His artwork and animation really help drive home the deep message of this song.

And for those of you who enjoy the music, you can download the mp3 at:
http://www.i-mockery.com/minimocks/pacman

Reviews


MeekoMeeko

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 18, 2004

Good!

i never beat pacman either...



FLCL-AtomaskFLCL-Atomask

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 5, 2004

Fantastic

This is One of My Fav Flashes. So fucking Funny.



XxXoldsaltXxXXxXoldsaltXxX

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 24, 2004

GREAT flash.. just a few quirks..

Awesome flash.. only one problem, theres only 256 levels in the game..

heres an article about some guy who actually did do what he was singing about (unless this is what inspired his song)

world champion - billy mitchell

It took almost twenty years, but on July 3, 1999 for the first time ever, a perfect score of 3,333,360 was achieved on Pac-Man by Billy Mitchell at the Funspot Family Fun Center, Weirs Beach, New Hampshire. To achieve this, Billy had to eat every single bonus prize and every possible blue ghost in all 256 levels of the game - a feat which took him over six hours to complete. Not only that but he didn't lose a single life. It was the first ever perfect game of Pac-Man.

On completing the game, Billy announced "I never have to play that darn game again". He had been playing for seventeen years. In a recent interview with videogames(dot)com, Billy spoke about how he did it.

I understand the behavior of the ghosts and am able to manipulate the ghosts into any corner of the board I choose. This allows me to clear the screen with no patterns. This was a more difficult method for the initial 18 screens. I chose to do it this way because I wanted to demonstrate the depths of my abilities. I wanted to raise the bar higher - to a level that no one else could match.


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BrownThunder83BrownThunder83

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 16, 2004

OMG that was awesome!

That insane dude was funny as hell. "What the hell is this!? There's a pretzel flying across the screen!?" This song's savage. Awesome work. Definitely one of my favorites!!



hamburger-man-dudehamburger-man-dude

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 17, 2004

that was fularious

i understand how he feels its endless and that annoys me it was fularious though gut full of laughs