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Dancin' Pankratz

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Jun 29, 2007 | 2:37 AM EDT

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**Minor Update 6/17/08**
More updates on the way!

**Right click while in game to see some special things that I added**

This was a school project I did for animation class. Our final project could be anything that we went over so naturally I went with flash. (I was the only one in the class who had ever used flash before :P ) I wasn't going to submit it here originally, because it features my teacher, whom I'm sure none of you know, but I decided to go with it, I suppose it could still be fun.

Anyway, that's my teacher, Mr. Pankratz. And you make him dance. Click the different buttons to change the music, backgrounds or dance moves. Also, right click while in the game to see some special things I added (Fiesta! Fer Shizzle! and Yeehaw!)

Enjoy, and please tell me what you think, I respond to all reviews.

Reviews


GlunnatorGlunnator

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Hahahaha!

Mucho enjoyable, loved the right-click extras.
The music was especially enjoyable once I realised where it came from - ehehe... the same source as Karoshi, too =3
Nicely put together for the short loops they were, and the game around it was quite funny. Well, silly, more like.
Fiesta! Has my favourite music =p
Garageband indeed. Hahaha,



KrustyTheClownKrustyTheClown

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Lol, it was pretty fun to use

But it definitely could've been better. For instance, you could have had better music and sometimes the arms weren't attached to his body. But other than that, the dance moves were pretty varied but there still could have been more. I liked the artwork you used for the face but the body seemed pretty featureless and badly shaped, as with the blocky arms. Still, it fit with everything else so it was pretty awesome. Very nice use of action script.


ChilliDog responds:

Thanks for taking the time to review! I tried to keep things very simple and easy to work with for the body, that's why I used the line tool but I agree that I definitely could have done more. As for the music, I just threw together a few loops in garage band before I turned it in for a grade. My main focus was the AS and I'm very pleased with that. I appreciate the kind words!

Might I ask how you came across this, though?


RatlinBeoRatlinBeo

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Heh, nice.

Nothing original, but funny as hell, for some reason. Reminded me of some kiddy game I used to play in my younger days (compliment, not an insult).

I like it, nice job.


ChilliDog responds:

Hey thanks a lot, I'm glad to see you thought it was funny :D My class did as well but that's obviously because they knew my teacher.

I appreciate the kind words!


XxPeanutxXXxPeanutxX

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I AM SO SORRY!

That was a great fun gadget!
But I accidently click the blam button!
sorry/:


ChilliDog responds:

Heh :P
Thanks for the review at least :D


CoMcPheeCoMcPhee

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Fun!

I might not know your teacher but that was still a fun gadget! Sir has some cool moves, and he moved in time to the music (or seemed to!)

I thought it was just weet! :)

He sure dances better than I do.....


ChilliDog responds:

Haha, thank you :D
I gave up on trying to keep everything in time with the music, I actually might fix that though, just to make it that much better. I appreciate the kind words. :)

Thanks!