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Thanks for the front page and happy birthday Tom.

Pico squares off against the Uberkids in the most revered and ridiculous game of chance known to man:
Rock Paper Scissors Roulette

A short cartoon based off of the game "Pico vs. Uberkids" from 2000.

Reviews


NickatinaNickatina

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars July 3, 2007

dissagreement

i disagree with redmc. all zombies gotta die, (and she had herpes)



kramsskramss

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars August 11, 2007

Man the rock paper scissors in animation!

really good man reallly god



MegaGoldMegaGold

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars May 2, 2007

It Was Not Bad

Good spin off of the now ever so popular, Pico RPS Roulette, a great idea ever since it first came out. The voice acting was a bit lame, but good nonetheless. I was hoping for the whole match up to be a little more serious, it was kind of funny how pico was getting owned by uber fred and just decided to shoot him, my that game is vicous.



TimeFadesAwayTimeFadesAway

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars May 3, 2007

Nice work.

Awesome. fast paced and very funny. Great flash.



ThrexxThrexx

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars May 2, 2007

Really simple, but it doesn't need to be complex

The primary qualities of this game are the whole online aspect of it, plus the entertainment provided by watching the various characters go through the motions in their own unique/humorous ways.

And while I enjoyed watching those 'unique ways' at first, it did get old watching them after a while. Maybe you could make an option to turn off the animation stuff - or at least do an abbreviated version. Its cool to watch the characters and somewhat suspenseful the first time playing through, but if you wanted to play additional rounds and improve your record, well, you'd be doing a lot of waiting around.

I played one game online against another member here who was either much luckier than I, or managed to find a way to predict my next move at RPS, because he won probably 2 out of every 3 rounds of RPS, if not more. Yet I still ended up winning because I was lucky enough to avoid the bullet almost every time I lost - and he wasn't so lucky. That in itself was pretty funny - I can only imagine the guy was cursing at his luck. :D