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The Worms Hazard

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Mar 1, 2008 | 6:52 AM EST
  • Daily 3rd Place March 2, 2008

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The animated series part for the Kollaps von der Roboter project.
"The Worms Hazard" and "FINDING..." (as well as a few upcoming animations) are part of the project Kollaps von der Roboter...
The cartoon part tells the story of the Earth population being exterminated by various technological means...
The characters have been inspired by DEFA studio's movies starring Gojko Mitic =)
P.S. In fact, the predictions are supposed to be incoherent, mua-ha-ha-ha!
You can find the rest at kollapsvonrerroboter | dot | ru.



Rated 4 / 5 stars

Ok I think I understand,

you have to watch finding first, because i think that that seems like it's the first movie
(dont read this next part if you haven't already seen the movie above, may give some stuff away)

so after the news kept luring people, the cyber indians were created (as seen in the first part)

they created from themselves (or had it before I don't know) some kind of godlike disk (possibly the hatchet in finding?) which spreads a virus (the worms).

These worms infect the on liners (people with those things in their heads (computer things over their eyes and using a keyboard)) which in the end eventually kills them

then one man eventually destroys the worm virus (antivirus program? or actual human on liner) and then goes to the main cyber indians place and kills them all through the destruction of the floppy disk where they're stored

I don't know if im right so yeah

overall it was a good film, liked it a lot (not the music so much so i gave it a 4)

BOb B.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


So damn confusing
deserving of experimental categorization


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Loved the animation and the music.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


otlichno, bravo


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I'm hooked

You got me. I love your animations. I wonder - is war really ever over? Or does it just go underground? Might "cyber indians" ever actually get to avenge what euroculture has done to their people over the ages? :-?

Great flash! :-)

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