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Take a step back in time with us as we explore what happened to Crono during the time he was unconscious directly first being thrown in, and then woke up three days later just minutes before his execution. Three days is a lot of time to lose, and much can happen during it. So much so that this episode had to be supersized in order to not have multiple flash back episodes in a row.

INSTRUCTIONS:

The space bar, as well as the arrow button, is used to advance conversations. When the secret scene is unlocked you select it from the scene selection menu to play it. Restarting the movie by right clicking relocks the secret scene. You can now skip Gaspar's narration if you select the first scene from the scene menu.

OTHER NEWS:

Cryo wrote this episode shortly after Episode 15 came out, unfortunately he has since dissapeared again afterwards. Cryo dissapearing has become quite the CTU tradition, hasn't it? This time the Flash has new features such as if you choose scene one from the scene selection menu, rather than just pushing play, you'll actually skip Gaspar's Narration. Furthermore, the movie now tells you at the end whether or not you actually unlocked the secret scene, I know this will make many people around here happy. Sorry it took so long to get this episode out, but as you can see it's gargantuan like nothing ever before it (both in size and length). This was necessary so as not to have multiple episodes of flashback in a row. Future episodes will take less time to make, and will also be shorter.

Oh, and something special will happen to people who try to cheat their way to the Secret Scene, which is no longer possible to do.

"Meow, Bitch!"

Reviews


Tankdudeftw576Tankdudeftw576

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 14, 2012

Didn't know the chancellor laughed like Kefka...


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genkimazokugenkimazoku

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 10, 2011

MEOW, B*TCH!

I love this series so much, and I absolutely adore that foul mouthed little Cat!! And Akira Toriyama delivers pizza!? That's... awesome, I think..!! Keep up the awesome work!


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Clovis15 responds:

Toriyama Pizza! Where you're either a satisfied customer, or Goku kills you via kamehameha! It must be the greatest pizza place ever, they always get such rave reviews!

I'm glad that you liked the episode.


sanatukaisanatukai

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 2, 2011

awesome work...

...the series is still in good shape.
still strong on the script.


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Clovis15 responds:

Glad to hear you still like CTU even after some of the staff changed. We're also still going strong, episode 23 just came out.


ErichoEricho

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars February 5, 2011

Gaspar's back!

Gaspar is easily the most entertaining character in this. It was weird how there was a brief moment where the characters talked and you heard their dialogue. It seemed a bit out of place, especially when it talked about a boner and stuff. This is still funny on several levels, but it is bad for Chrono to have an abscence (except in flashback). Speaking of which, when was the last time that devil/angel shoulder thing was played straight? Nowadays, like both the angel and devil are evil or the angel is a vigilante; geez, it's good to see that trope back.

Anyway, this had lot of good moments and some really good sprite work. I do wish there was some more action in this. The part at the ending credits was the most action-packed of all and I do wish it was more like that! What matters is that you guys spend a good amount of time developing the characters. In case anyone's wondering, Akira Toriyama is the name of Dragonball Z's creator, and I think he might have created Chrono Trigger as well.


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Clovis15 responds:

Akira Toriyama did the art design for Chrono Trigger, but much of the concept and writing was actually done by a man by the name of Masato Kato. As for the shoulder angel/devil scene, I don't think it would have been nearly as funny if we hadn't played it straight. Then again, the places that usually perform a parody of the angel/devil sequence are not trying to maintain an internal narrative consistancy like CTU is trying to do. On that note, I thank you for the generous comments in regards to all the work we have put into setting up strong internal characterizations rather than just having characters whose personalities change constantly just to facilitate a joke.


LogancmrnLogancmrn

Rated 5 / 5 stars December 28, 2010

*sigh* damn concience

those darn shoulder angels will be the death of me. they never let me have any fun.


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Clovis15 responds:

I hear that madness works wonders for that problem.