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Chemistry with Sonic 2

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Mar 26, 2007 | 6:27 AM EDT

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Chemistry with Sonic 2 - Acid and Base reactions
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You don't really need to watch the first tutorial to see this one, it covers a different topic in chemistry. Moving on, don't use the movie navigator at the top of the screen on first viewing, because the skip forward/backward operations don't work; well, they don't for me anyway.

Also, as an aside, for some strange, stupidly unknown reason some of the sounds in this movie causes the action to momentarily freeze for about a second. I'm not sure if it's my computer or anything, but it's the first movie I've made where it's really been a pervasive problem. Can someone please help me on that? Thanks. I used stream for my sounds btw.
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This tutorial seemed slightly shorter than the first one when I tested it, or it's probably because the viewer can move through the movie at their own pace now. Yep, I added a next button after every paragraph, so this should now eliminate issues of reading speed, unlike the first tutorial.

On average, I put more effort into this movie than the last one, even if it does seem to flow in an unchanging structure. In light of this, there is more action and animation as well, so it should keep you entertained as well as being able to teach you the main concepts more efficiently.

Hope you enjoy.

Reviews


KEDI103KEDI103

Rated 5 / 5 stars

very good.XD



blackkat07blackkat07

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Well done

I liked the explanation at the beginning and the demo at the end was cute. :3



LugiaTheWise96LugiaTheWise96

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Love It!

Again,thanks for uploading!



YggdrisallBlueYggdrisallBlue

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is wonderful

Unfortunately the navigation bar, no matter what button is pressed, it always restarts the flash completely.
Also, at a point during the main demonstration the next button was effectively removed from the animation so I had to restart the flash... And since I don't have enough time, I will have to watch the flash later (That and I want to let the basics sink in before I continue on :P)

All in all, this is a great flash. This chemistry concept was taught to me in Junior High by my favorite teacher, Mister Hurlbert... Ahh... Good times... Good times...
I love the sprites by the way, they seem to have a lot more animation than any other Sonic flash on Newgrounds.


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supersonicdjssupersonicdjs

Rated 5 / 5 stars

That was interestingly awesome!

Man, If School was always like this, I'd say "Screw The Weekends", and then run all the way to School to see my favorite Blue Hedgehog. You have made learning fun for me. So has Sonic.

Alos, I think that Sonic, or any VG Character for that matter, teaching chemistry, is a very original idea. Think about the Sonic In School Game Series for the PC that's out in stores. Think about Mario teaching Chemistry? They are both popular subjects, and Chemistry is a popular subject.

Two popular subjects together is a popular subject. So anyone can make one at any time, as long as it doesn't fill the whole internet. Anyway, this is pretty good, and it helped me enjoy Chemistry. I thought about this when I went to School the other day. Thank you.


Liquid-Phoenix responds:

I think you contradict yourself in your argument. If a tutorial movie or something similar is made out of popular subjects or things, then it's not really original. Especially if you're not the creator of the characters involved. The obvious reason being is that nearly everyone knows about those characters, and a tutorial movie for a science subject is rather a "run of the mill" topic for a movie that may come along once in a while. I'm glad you enjoyed watching my movie though. It was not my goal to make the best tutorial movie on the internet, I just wanted to help to interest people in Chemistry, that's all.