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Mar 13, 2006 | 7:53 PM EST
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tafkase7entafkase7en

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Me Like

I've been a fan of yours forver. This is great, as I expected. Good job as always, love the style and the idea.



Mitchell-XMitchell-X

Rated 4 / 5 stars

model of perfection

beautiful work, this man can do no wrong



ChadricoChadrico

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I hope to see more like this

I really enjoy the subtle mockery and anti-socialism plugs. Your sense of humor is consistent through your different creations, but your artistic styling is contrasted enough to be refreshing.

A note to the Newgrounds hosts: Please redo the scoring system. Including things like violence and interactivity is really silly. It insinuates that a flash needs violence and interactivity to be good, which is certainly not true. Try: graphics, sound/music, humor/theme, overall. Thank you for an awesome website. You guys are great.


Doki responds:

Thanks for the comments, and I couldn't agree more about the scoring system. Violence shouldn't even be there, and interactivity is pretty much 0 for everything that isn't a game. I reckon there should be

grahpics - sound - style - originality

I read a review for this movie earlier that gave me 4/10 - they said they really liked it but it lacked violence. The current categories are making some viewers think that a flash movie needs ALL of these elements to be deserving of a high score.


SaragossaSaragossa

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Da funny shitzzz!

As always.
Getting updates on Fat-Pie is a highlight. I suspect this was done pretty fast.
Your stuff is getting lighter these days though...
We want more dark and disturbing stuff! Toastboy Toastboy!



catsimboycatsimboy

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Very Good Firth stuff

Interesting message, instead of Ipods they have nukes. I think you could've tied this into Salad Fingers and show why SF lives in a nuclear wasteland.