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Jan 27, 2005 | 5:13 PM EST
  • Daily 4th Place January 28, 2005

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Hello Newgrounds!
The author of "Smile!" and "Aura" brings you another side project gone too big - POLSUPAH!
This here is an absolute milestone as far as my flashmaking - it has SOUND(!), actual VOICES (!!) and is in full TECHNICOLOR (!!!) - caan't bellieve et... But it's true, ladies and gentlemen.

Before we start, the usual warning: "May not be liked by everyone but was never meant to be liked by everyone."

Thank you, and enjoy the show! :)

Reviews


Br00talmanBr00talman

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Ahaha

That was classic, 10/10 keep up the badass work.


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PainrunnerPainrunner

Rated 5 / 5 stars

You know

I've worked in the hard sale business for a little over a year and you'd be surprised how many of my former colleagues are actually convincing enough to get away with almost anything. A not so over the top reflection of reality as one might think.


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blackrosethegothblackrosethegoth

Rated 5 / 5 stars

lol

lol that was brilent if only real adverts was that good lol pitty ab out the little boy though



jimsoxjimsox

Rated 5 / 5 stars

wow,,,just...wow

love how the cross falls off the wall...and y do u need a kids shirt? the kids dead...unless the nice man sprayed of course



DigitalCataclysmDigitalCataclysm

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Is this what happens

to Kyle's brother Ike, from South Park - he becomes a salesman? Awesome.
I liked most of this... though it seemed more along the lines of absurdity than comedy. Trying to mix gore and humor is a delicate process that sometimes works, sometimes doesn't. The animation was ok - but I didn't find myself awed or doubled over laughing either.

The authors original "Smile" piece continues to be one of my favorites - despite its monochromatic palette and limitations of sound and animation, it's got a power that this one lacks. I will say, nice to see the authors improvements - don't want to come off sounding too harsh.
I just can't say this is a favorite.