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Sep 15, 2006 | 6:22 PM EDT
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Madness Combat 6: Antipathy



Rated 5 / 5 stars


you never cease to amaze, keep up the great work im totally looking forward to number 7!! Hell yeah dude Although i must say I missed Jesus fighting in this one.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Allright to be honest... comparrison to the others it seemed a little rushed. I love the Madness series...but this felt a little bit reppetitive and rushed in comparrison to the previous entries. But I still thought it was a great piece of flash artwork! Keep making more, and if you can, please make a Madness Interactive 2!

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Krinkels responds:

I hope for another Madness Interactive. Max and I are talking about doing it right now. So cross those fingers!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Awesome Series

I love the Madness series. It's one of those types where it may be funny and easy to follow, but then it get confusing and serious, That's the type I like. So great work and I can't wait until number 7


Rated 3 / 5 stars

Not Bad

I thought the animation was really good but I was dissapointed this time. I think its really stretched, everytime he goes into a room he's there for 20 minutes. Keep it up though, I love all the other madness cartoons.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Same madness, but a bit less hectic and more dark

Another excellent addition, with the ever subtle story and gratuitous violence. The new weapons were definitely kickass, from the buster sword (Probably has a better name, but it's a giant friggin thick sword so that's what I'll call it) to modern machine guns to the movie's final weapon of choice, the Battle/War Axe.

The humor remains with the general oddity of the villain, as well as the posters in the background. (Madnicon 6!) Also, Hank looked pretty silly in his most recent "should be dead, but not" state, with his jaw missing. Think he could have it fixed soon? He looks like kinda like a redneck with an overbite. I dunno, maybe rip one off of someone else and use it for himself?

The fighting seemed a bit slower than times before, but that may just be my computer. The choreagraphy is still amazing for each fight scene, and while to some people it may look all the same, in each battle there's always something new and different. From leaping onto an enemy and shooting everyone else, then finishing him off by stabbing him through as Hank hops off.

The fight with the clown was a bit lackluster (Mostly because Hank was probably at tad shaken by missing a few parts) but the ending does tease for an even more awesome fight in the next one.

Also, is it just me or is Hank getting physically stronger with every death? In the first one he could be picked up by magic and thrown, and he could do basic fighting, but with recent Madness's he's shown the strength to rip people's heads off, impale a person and pick up their body with one hand holding the weapon, and in this movie after a steel bar was went by Clown's insane strength+"!"sign, Hank bent it straight with his bare hands.

But oh well. I eagerly await the next one, and hope your skill shall never wane.

Krinkels responds:

"Physically stronger with every death"... you hit it right on the nose, my friend.

But yeah, thanks. =)