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Elian Gonzales gets shot by INS.
First of all, this was interesting to watch just because it was released barely 3 days after the SWAT agents took Elian from his Miami relatives and it includes the famous picture in which most of us recognize so much. The picture is clear and good quality, and the sound effects were nice and clear.
Other than it's early historical significance and sound quality, this was quite bad for the most part. This was so short and practically featureless that it was very pointless. The animation of shooting Elian was terribly done, as a little bit of red seemed to form around him but it was very poorly put in. This might as well have been a crappy shooter game but it would have been just as pointless that way as well. If your going to have the players shooting Elian, it might as well have a lot more gore involved.
A very notable, historical flash here in the early days of Newgrounds. It's quite bad with hardly any violent content even though your supposed to be shooting a Cuban child. Not much of a point to this in general, good sound effects I suppose though.
Supposedly what REALLY happened to Elian Gonzalez. It's just the infamous photo of the event, followed by Elias getting shot with bad looking red dots. One of the worst things I've seen on here so far.
all you did was get a pic of the net and put red dots on it
not very good
wasm't shabby, but was......interesting.
Not that I'm offended by it or anything, cause if I was easily offendable I'd stay the fuck off Newgrounds, but this was just not well made, there was no drawing or animation, and the effects wou did have didn;t even make sense.
An indirect Sequel to "The Artist" shows the life of the salaryman
Cornelius & Toots are back, and a Haunted House Ride seems a little spookier than usual!
this one isn't funny
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