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Aug 15, 2007 | 11:19 PM EDT
  • Daily Feature August 17, 2007

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Happy Clock Day my tiny children.

P.S. I don't speak enough French to understand all of these reviews so you might as well post in English, you guys! Or you could post in Thai or Russian.

Reviews


Blizzard-57Blizzard-57

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Perfect

And that, dear friends, is how the Horse Chestnut was turned from a box-bearing tree to a leafy tree by virtue of a sentient strawberry!



gggpgggp

Rated 5 / 5 stars

well

I think this flash means more to people that cnow newgrounds for a lonnnnger time.


Munglai responds:

yes, and also people who like long winded metaphors


gfoxcookgfoxcook

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Been meaning to review this... [699.2]

... since freakin' Clock Day 2007!

Seriously, I made a shortcut to about 20 flashes that day and I ended up reviewing only around 15 of them in August 2007. I never got around to reviewing the others... but I'm starting now!

Anyway, this one caught my eye because it was a nice relief from the usual ClockDay flashes that day, while still having a STRAWBERRY in it (har har haw haw). Great little musical piece for a flash movie, wonderful wonderful use of colour.... and I really like the "framing" choices... from really effective zooms to nice far shots.... and camera motion, even. You use flash like a director of photography uses the film camera, and that is a... Good Thing (tm).

The purple tree's limbs and huge-ass trunk kinda scareth me, though. Both before AND after it is be-leaf'eded.

Well done!


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SMRPG-FreakSMRPG-Freak

Rated 5 / 5 stars

...........................k

It's like "o yeah i forgot to tell you, i like to eat strawberries" NOM NOM NOM



DewDew

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Really nice.

Although I can't say that this really had anything to do with clock day in the start anyway, but the submission itself really was cool to see. It was unpredictable and it provided a cool little subtitles box that I enjoyed reading. You see I know a bit of French myself, so it wasn't that hard to read it. For the most part this was a good submission, and I really enjoyed the originality of it. Good work.