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Storefront: Xiao Xiao

rated 2.27 / 5 stars
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Feb 18, 2002 | 4:50 PM EST

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At Tom Fulp's request for Xiao Xiao related material comes the second installment in Radam's Storefront series. In the tradition of the "Storefront" series -- twelve hours after Radam has left his post -- Xiao Xiao takes some time at the end of the day to pause and reflect on life, and as he finds, not everything has been good.



Rated 2 / 5 stars


I saw a lot of abusive reviews over this submission so I thought i'd check this out for myself. I'm still waiting for the stick figure dude to move... the music is good though.. there definitely needs to be more to this within 10 seconds into the flash. You should make the guy walk around or have someone interact with the guy in some way...

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Rated 3 / 5 stars

just wanted to say good job.

Good Job.

Radam responds:

Yeah. I am awesome.



Rated 1 / 5 stars

What a piece of S**T!

You just made 2 frames with a stick figure moving slightly back and forth but repeated over and over and over and over... The music was repetitive too it just kept goin on and on and on and on... I closed out the window after 4 mins!

Radam responds:

What is with all you people?

I know how it goes; I made it. Offer something useful.


Rated 3 / 5 stars

U could do beta

Next time don't use another authors submission name and u wouldn't have ppl complaining about it
This flash wasn't that great. Many ppl who vist this site 2 view and play these flash creations don't know how long it takes 2 make some of these things. Next time add some more things most of your flash creations are more focused on the music not the graphics.
I know u can do better and will do better And 4 people who reads this don't insult other peoples work tell them how 2 make improvements so it will help not bring

Smiley was ere

Radam responds:

Ah, hell. This didn't take too long. Of course I can do better. Look at Storefront: Poodgie Noir.

Of course, I don't have the patience or time to finish anything better. Look at Storefront: Poodgie Noir.


Rated 1 / 5 stars

You need more.

The idea of doing your own Xiao Xiao movie is good, but you need to give your audience more to watch. Just having your character stand around while music plays is not enough.

Radam responds:

I think that the idea of doing my own Xiao Xiao movie isn't that great. Most that I've seen can't compare at all with the original (mine included).

I also think that I don't need to offer any more than what you see here. It's got a style to it. I think it works a lot better with Storefront: Radam, but that's what I get for using someone else's character.