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May 6, 2007 | 4:45 PM EDT

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A few months back, I had started the "Ultra Violence Collab". Participants were supposed to make their part as violent as possible, and the result? About 3 and a half minutes of blood and gore. We had quite a few participants, and I would like to apologize if I did not accept your part. I'd also like to thank the 2 most helpful people in this collab, St1k, and NogginMen Animations, who both sempt to help keep the collab running.
Well, Thanks for taking a look, and I hope you enjoy the Ultra Violence Collab. :)
LIST OF PARTICIPANTS:
Toasterdemon, Vampo-Rainze, SpaceWalk, St1k, Dwarf Glock, NogginMen Animations, The Millz, Caz, IanIanIan1111, DoomShock, Volit0, WaAaZaAaA, Chilly Cheese, Puna, and EDPR.
SPECS:
24 FPS
550 by 400
4570 frames equaling 190 seconds (A little over 3 minutes)
Thanks,
-ToasterDemon

Reviews


pspmadpspmad

Rated 5 / 5 stars June 4, 2007

Holy farts(LOL)

i liked it.....man ppl make the best flashes these days one prob st1k
sucks.....sorry man..........lolz....:P



onemankr3wonemankr3w

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 21, 2007

yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay

there are only two great things in life the bed and SENSLESS RAMDUMB VIOLENCE this unfortunantly only had one of those things but for the most part it was a hard core bad ass movie that appeal dark duranged people like me!



DavetteDavette

Rated 4 / 5 stars May 7, 2007

Some good work in there

I like that, good mix - some pieces weren't hitting the spot but most did and as I always say 'music maketh the flash'



elite277elite277

Rated 3 / 5 stars May 7, 2007

Not bad

Not a bad flash collab, just not a particually special one.
It has all the right stuff but not the spark.

Try it again.



Vampo-RainzeVampo-Rainze

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 6, 2007

Meh

Honestly I thought only about five or six were really worth putting in there (not including my own, of course :-P) Some of them just brought the action to a screeching halt when authors descided to get "creative" with cinematic pauses and slowdowns.

Still, 5'd