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...that was...very interesting...good work...
Thank you much
You need to have for meat in it. It was too short, and it was really bland. You should also consider to the fact that the conversations should have been readable, you just see a block of words and don't have time to read them. The dress up game was better then this.
Yeah? Well...your mom.
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Can I be your concubine?
Review part II
That was even better than the first. The funniest part was Sir clock, which was funny because, well, it was true. Sir clock actually does that, which added to the Humor score.
I will now be original, and bring to your attention something that *nobody* has said, and you *Obviously* did not notice: The text moves too fast at the end.
Joking, that was fun.
And, for making a sequal, here are your babies back!
I'm going to cry and mark you abusive for pointing out that there was something wrong with my movie. I'm off to starbucks to cut myself over my latte while listening to dashboard confessional.
Okay, first things first, one of the highlights of this for me was the lack of those godawful computerised voices. I'm sorry, but they were the annoying in the first clock movie, and they've only got more-so since then so good on you!
The art style was good, very well done for the "classic" style of it all.
Humour was so-so, give a random character a top-hat and I'm laughing, the 'conversation' with sir clock was quite funny.
Overall a good submission. In future I'd work on timing, the speech 'indicator' (the little waving thing next to the clock) should be sped-up/shortened since there's no talking/words at that point, meanwhile the words spoken should remain in view for a little while longer to make it easier to read. If you're a fast reader then try to get roughly how long it took you to read, then at 20% or so for slower readers.
The timing was exactly why I didn't do that. I made it so that the text boxes would begin and end on certain points in the music. However, your point is still valid, it would have been a more enjoyable movie if the text boxes had been slower. I'm glad you enjoyed it.
The darkly comedic strategy RPG continues.
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