Video Game ParodiesParodies of all your favorite video games, whether 8-bit, 16-bit or a bazillion bits!
UPDATE, UPDATE: Fixed the sound. It may still lag a bit, but it's easily fixable. Just pause and unpause, or watch it on a lower quality.
UPDATE: The sound lags for some reason. This makes the lip synching useless. I'll fix that as soon as possible. If anyone knows why this is, e-mail me.
Well, it’s finally here. After 9 months of gruelling work, Along Came Cecil is out at last. This is my first movie, and to me, it’s a huge experiment. I haven’t decided yet if I will make more, as animating is very time consuming for me. I think I’ll declare the verdict based on the response. If people like it, then I’ll probably make more. If not, well, there’s lots of other entertainment mediums for me to ruin.
If you have questions about the movie, ask away, and I might even put them in the FAQ. I didn’t put the credits in the actual movie, because Flash repeatedly told me that I can shove ‘em where the sun don’t shine. I’m guessing – file size issues… In any case you can find them here. Enjoy!
Ace: Tim Shyrin
Tera: Francine Louise
Gordon: Andy Pink
Julie: Naiomi Narcisian
Teacher: Susan Connell
Kid Ace: Tim Shyrin
EB Guy: Brad Axford
Obi-wan: John Zirbes
Matrix Announcer: Tim Shyrin
Company executive: Brad Axford
Luis: John Zirbes
Sarge: John Zirbes
Snake: Tim Shyrin
Joan: Kennadyne Narcisian
Prince of Persia: Tim Shyrin
Frank: Andrew Davis
Jango: Andrew Davis
Boba: Andrew Davis
Special thanks to:
Francine, for taking on the role of Tera on such short notice. If you ever need awesome voice acting, email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
John, for taking on the role of Obi-Wan on such short notice.
Andy for getting me voice actors…eventually.
My father and mother, Dmitry and Helen Shyrin, for supporting me.
Andrew, for being an ass. It’s your angry yelling and abuse that finally persuaded me to finish this movie.
Places of Inspiration/People I Blatantly Ripped Off:
Penny Arcade: The art style is strangely reminiscent of Gabe’s. Must be a coincidence, right? RIGHT!?!
VG Cats: The facial Expressions. Oh god, the FACIAL EXPRESSIONS!
Joseph Blanchette: Female mouths are clearly modeled after one of Joseph’s characters. Compare them yourselves.
Richie Zirbes: The preloader looks a lot like the one in Richie’s tutorial. And by that, I mean the preloader is cut directly from Richie’s tutorial.
Gabe, Leo, and Aeris appear during the movie. They are copyright of their owners, and are there simply as my tribute to said owners – sorta like a pat on the back. Please don’t sue, okay? Same goes for any characters taken from videogames, movies, or other forms of entertainment. I don’t take credit for any of the music. OK, I think that covered it all.