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Crazy Belmont

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Sep 3, 2001 | 1:11 AM EDT

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Author Comments

Sometimes ya feel like a nut...

There really is no point to this game. I was playing around with some Richter Belmont sprites for one of our collection pages, and I thought it would be fun to dump him in Crazy Shuttle and see what happens. I added a few other quirky additions as well. This should be fun for like 5 minutes.

* NOTE * - I often forget that since I don't upload most my movies through the Portal, many users don't think I have made many of my own. For anyone wondering, I made Crazy Shuttle, so I'm not stealing someone elses game engine.

Anyway, there's a useless surprise if you score above 2000!



Rated 4 / 5 stars

Fairly cool

It gets boring after like, 3 minutes. Its better than Microsoft Office homework, though, which is what I was supposed to be doing. Doesn't quite rock, but kinda wiggles a little. If I had a reason to play it again, I would.
But I don't :-P


Rated 5 / 5 stars


So what if theres no point? I basically grew up on Castlevania. Make more Castlevania games, Tom! And this time, put Simon in one. =P


Rated 5 / 5 stars


This is the funniest shit in the world! I got a score of 4841.. no Nitrous... whatever. :P And I kept running into people and skeletons! MUAHAHAAHH!! And the surprise is SO CUUUTE! ^_^ ... Hehe... that's the coolest. I give it perfect 10 all around. Coolest sit. lol...


Rated 5 / 5 stars


That was awesome. For all of you who hated the difficulty, go screw yurselfs. I got up to about 2500 and I liked the bit where the thing (Its a secret)a useless thing happens when you reach 2000. The music was cool but most of all: I wouldn`t have a fuckin` clue how to do those gameboy style graphics. The look exeptionally awesome, especially when used in colourful scenes, like explosions. The colour gradient tool is good enough but not as good. I gave the fire look a try in my latest comic strip, Darnell(my style), like you said I could have a go at making a pico sorta thing. I liked this!!!



Rated 4 / 5 stars

The point is the example

I have to disagree that there is no point to this game. Although I realize none may have been intended, a few messages were formed in my mind as I played. They were:
This is better than most flash games that DO have an objective.
I got the impression that there wasn't a huge amount of time put into this. That is, the creatures and scenery were not designed specifically for this game, rather cut-and-paste. Effort wasn't a factor, because no real attempt was made to amp-up the game. So the only thing left to make this fun was solely the skill of the author.
Lastly, the file size blows me away. I mean honestly...219k ?!? This is an example to all. Look what you can do without half trying if you simply enjoy fooling with flash.
That 2000 point bonus guy (Alucard?) was a nice touch. I gave an extra point for style. But I took 2 points away from the overall score for not trying and for the lack of replay value.