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Elf needs food badly

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Oct 16, 2005 | 11:47 PM EDT

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What if Gauntlet suffered from todays online multiplayer problems. If you haven't played gauntlet and arent familair with it, then you probably wont get a lot of the stuff that happens.

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church773church773

Rated 5 / 5 stars

AWESOME.

FUNNIEST SPIN OFF OF A GAME. EVER. PERIOD. EXCELLENT work man. HILARIOUS.



mystic-turkeymystic-turkey

Rated 5 / 5 stars

ROFLMAO OMG

dude!make more of this man!its amazingly funny,and now it actually happens with gauntlet on xbox live!!!hahahaha----play with me sometime gamertag is iocky (supposed to be Locky but isnt)



KaelianKaelian

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

That was great

I would've so pwnd his ass after the fifth level.



wizardmanwizardman

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Interesting

This was a pretty clever flash. I like how the graphics were done. It felt like I was actually watchign an MMORPG take place. You don't really see flashes like this on Newgrounds. The version of this that has voices is much better though, for that very reason.



AleaIshikawaAleaIshikawa

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Amusing

Story. Hilarious. Anyone who has played any kind of multi-player RPG can sympathize. We know what it feels like to be with someone who is both selfish and ignorant, who gets disconnected and lags constantly, who never listens to reason and leaves the party in a predicament. The private messages mirrored the frustration perfectly. Comments like "you ass grabbing son of a bitch" and "I'd like to extend the definition of eating to fornication" made me crack up.

Graphics. Very simple but effective, as the flash is meant to convey that nostalgic, old-style gaming quality.

Animation. The most complex animation we get is 2-frame walks and some projectiles, just like 8bit Nintendo games. However, at some points the characters move very fast or very slow at different spacings, versus the uniform 4-direction movements on a gridlike layout that occurred with older games. I'm guessing some artistic license occurred here to make the presentation less boring and/or confusing.

Text. Blocky text, just like in ye games o' olde. My only whine is that it is difficult to read sometimes. For example, the two "m"s in Wizard's "dummy" fuse together somewhat. Also, Elf's text (just before Elf went into the hut) blends in with the background. To remedy this problem, I would suggest either using a textbox and/or completely outlining the white letters in a significantly dark color.

A sequel or similar product would be muchly appreciated.


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