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Jan 15, 2007 | 9:12 PM EST
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For more info on the film, check out:
http://robotechflash.blog .com/

In the year 1999, an alien vessel crashed on Earth. Ten years later, a united mankind has sought to rebuild the fallen space fortress and travel to the stars. Our story begins here…

This film is not based on the mythos set by Robotech. It's based on the original source material for Robotech's Macross Saga and its film version, Macross: Do You Remember Love.

Certain scenes were taken from the 15th Anniversary Playstation game.

Reviews


TamashakiTamashaki

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Wow!.. That one word sais it all

This was really sweet!
Smoth good graphics and animations, pretty good sound, and a good enough story :D Keep doing this! it was cool!



D-Wolf001D-Wolf001

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

A Touching Tribute

Very very nicely done. Hope this gets an award.


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TeuTTeuT

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Yeaaaahh!!

Wow, that was really good, and it was much larger than i tought it would be.
But it was kinda slowy, and isn't the story the same that hapens in the anime??
And another thing.....you know that a plane can't transform into a robot, at least not maintaining the original plane look, and who would choose a bipod earth fighter having the agility, speed, and power attack of a combat jet at their dysposal :s? .....But your flash was excellent.


MedMapGuy responds:

Yeah, the story has been retold several times through flash, I guess you could say this is my interpretation?


gizzamogizzamo

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

was good

refer to up place



Jericho1989Jericho1989

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Great!

the animations were great! A bit bumpy here and there, but that was just a small detail. I especially liked the scenery and how you used a "blurry" effect to make it look like a camera focusing. It's those little details people put into their flash work that i enjoy. The voice timings could need some improvements, but that's it. oh, and i enjoyed the special features section (yes, i read the special features). can't wait till you do another flash film. (music for the special features reminded me of the sims for some reason.)


MedMapGuy responds:

I'll try a more handheld cam effect in the future. Really brings out the war in stuff, doesn't it? Thanks for enjoying what I had to offer in my flashfilm...