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Hamster Wars: Test

rated 3.05 / 5 stars
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Apr 20, 2005 | 10:10 AM EDT

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Author Comments

I made this to get the hang of Flash. Its extremely basic but it's my first ever animation. I need pointers on how to improve etc. This is a Beta Test for something else. In this the audio can be fuzzy and voices may seem to change but we all have to start somewhere. I can't guarentee you will enjoy it, but you never know, maybe you will like this strange, short cartoon. This is a constantly looping film, sorry i dont know much action script.



Rated 3 / 5 stars

pre-ty good,

you should make a longer one i mean just how did the war start? what are the hamsters names? is the one hamster a soldier? what hapens next keep up with that animation and make a LONGER MOVIE WITH MORE DETAILS take that into consideration and show me the best you can do good luck


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

not bad

it was alright, a bit random though.


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars


Overall average but it has potential... the voice acting needs to be cleaned up, the voices seemed to change half way through, they didn't quite look like hamsters but i guess thats okay, and some of the humor was okay but lacking mostly. Was that a Discworld quote I heard near the end?

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ArchieAnimation responds:

Thanks, lol no that wasnt an intentional Discworld quote, but thanks for noticing it.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


Good concept, but the storyline really didn't progress. I think that you should make another expanding on what you already have, but move the story along better. This one stagnated a bit. You animation rules. You also need to work out some sound issues, and only a couple flash bugs (like the panning out section towards the end was really choppy.) Oh, and add a play button for high speed connections.


Rated 3 / 5 stars

Not bad for a first try.

Not bad, not bad, man. You've got the right idea going; you just gotta keep workin on those skills, you know? Fix that sound problem (maybe get some better voice workers; real deep, adult-sounding voices would make the hampsters a little more ironic), and work on how smooth your animation works, and hell, you've got what might become a series if you felt like doing it. Keep it up, and we'll see what you can put out later.