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Scorched Earth: The Movie

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Nov 12, 2005 | 3:09 AM EST

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Scorched Earth: The mother of all games... and now, the mother of a brand new Flash movie! Wendell Hicken's classic projectile tank game comes to life (again) in movie form, featuring more surprises than you can shake a funky bomb at, in an epic battle that rages across the Earth AND BEYOND.

(And if you don't like this movie adaptation of the game, just remember that at least you didn't have to pay to see it like you did for "Doom: The Movie"! :P Eh? Eh? BOOYAH.)



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Good enough to be a real film.

Even though it's stick figures which normally don't work well this piece was good. There was even 3d bits when the cog flys out. It's also good that it had a nice ending instead of them all dying like in most films.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Tmst is the best and everything they do is awesome!
did anyone get the beachhouse on the moon pun? lol and the chase bit uses the music from benny hill for the guy who wanted to know. its a great show.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


As ahardcore fan of scorched earts game i was surprised to see an animation based on it but great job i never saw that ending coming....twas a little sad..


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Dude, this really speaks to me

"War sucks," that is what it is telling me, "war just plain sucks!"

I actually started to cry a little at the last part.

TmsT responds:

Thank you for appreciating it that much. :)


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


It was marvellous. A little slow in the beginning, but that's within character of Scorched Earth. And about time someone simply tankjacked a vehicle in a game.

Story was very imaginative for the genre, and did a lot with simple silhouette characters and props.

The musical score was wonderfully chosen. And yes, that finale with "From a Distance" did make me tear up at the end. (If that's sappy, then stick a tap into it, and let's make pancake syrup. X-PPP)

In short, it's even greater than the sum of its parts. Bravo, Andrew and TMST!