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May 26, 2006 | 11:15 PM EDT
  • Review Crew Pick May 31, 2006

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After the glorious defeat of OCP, everyone thought the world was well, but peace is soon disrupted and the King of the Slums must use his cunning and bravery to reforge an empire. Come with him along his historical journey and discover not only the universe but the universe within yourself.

Artist note: Enjoy, and vote 5.

Specs: 5 minutes long, 20 scenes, and 13730 frames.(Ubdate:Subtitles added.)

Reviews


DarkarDarkar

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Helping you!

I gave a 5/5 and 10 in all 'cause you're the lowest in the "Awesome Score" submissions and that doesn't feel so great and I have experimented that once so... here is a little help.



Xenomorph-LockXenomorph-Lock

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Nice work Brother Jujube!

This was even better then the first episode! I loved it! 5iven' por voo and long live Lollerskates!

<3 Xenomorph



EvilplatypusEvilplatypus

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Well...it was ok...

i dont really know what was going on there but it was kind of amusing. You should make the voices a little clearer though.



HanqueHanque

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Easy on the eyes for a schitzy flash.

This piece is pretty nicely animated for being so random. I would've liked the beginning of the piece to get me aquainted with the key and key hole thing going on. Otherwise, they're just flippy graphics on the screen that begin to get on my nerves until I suppose they must be a theme..
The computer-generated dialogue is pretty hard to understand, 98% of the time impossible..You might want to add subtitles of atleast the key points of the speech. I didn't expect to understand -all- of the speech, but to not be able to understand more than 3 words total out of all of the computer-voiced dialogue is pretty bad.


spitfire responds:

Thou asked and thou ast recieved.


JujubeLockJujubeLock

Rated 5 / 5 stars

There is not enough 10s in the world

Not enough 10s in the world