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K-FED: Dancing with Fire

rated 4.30 / 5 stars
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Jun 16, 2006 | 1:05 PM EDT
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Author Comments

Sick of Kevin Federline? Go ahead, knock his block off!

Programming: Tom Fulp
Art: Jeff Bandelin
Odds & Ends: Stamper

Whip your mouse around the screen and click your button to use a variety of jabs, swings and uppercuts. Hold down your mouse button to charge a super punch!



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


great style and sound, but the game was failry simple and it really wasnt funny at all.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Hilarious and fun at the same time

I especially loved the street fighter sound fx. Great job.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


its an amazing game and its an honor to play a game u made tom fulp


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


Lool this was aswome man, the only thing i dont like is that its well....short....u should do another one but with more ppl to beat up, not just the same person, other than that great job man, keep it up!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

That was surprisingly fun

I saw this under judgment and thought what an honor it would be to see it. It was funny seeing the K-FED title because I know it would be another kill that celebrity type of game the moment I opened it. That preloader was amazing. It was quick, it had great graphics, and it was Newgrounds. Now onto the flash itself.

The graphics were amazing. Maybe something I would see on MTV's sickemation or another cartoon show. It did look like the celebrity counter parts, and it looked like you tried to work out every last detail. The sound was great, but it kind of got annoying hearin "Popozoa!" over and over again. But in a way, that's what K-FED actually does, so that actually fit in quite well. There was a lot of violence. I mean, when you punch someone's face off, you know there will be violence.

Now for the interactivity. This had some great gameplay, and was easy to get into. Actually, it was so easy that I skipped the instructions and started beating him up. The part I found amazing, I WON! Not reading objectives or anything, I beat the game first try. Part of it was dumb luck actually. I liked how you could beat up K-Fed early on and get a hang of it, but when Britney showed up, thats where I started using my brain. It was very cool and tricky to see that you had to beat the baby out of her hands to get her to move. Thats what I love about this game. IT's a fighting game, but you still gotta use your brains.

Some improvements, more celebrities to beat up! I wanted to beat up more people, but the replay value of this game is great.

So, this was a great game and you all did your part. Expect some bad reviews saying that it was made by Tom Fulp and is over rated. I will always love this game knowing I played it first. Into my favorites it goes! Responces highly appreciated.
Grade: A+

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TomFulp responds:

Thanks for the beefy review. I was worried that the game was too easy... It was tempting to add a block button and some more strategy elements, but I wanted to keep it mouse driven in case players want to beat off to the sheer goodness of beating up KFed.