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Legend of Miyamoto

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Oct 16, 2008 | 8:56 PM EDT
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Author Comments

An animation done for a Uni assignment. This was pretty rushed, hence the massive amount of tweens, and the rushed ending. But hopefully you guys'll still enjoy it.

Synopsis: Shigeru Miyamoto accidentally finds himself in the world of Mario, he then goes on an epic (but rather short) journey to find his way home.

Nintendo characters belongs to Nintendo

Music: Gangster Tripping, by Fatboy Slim

Mild Audio for the Music


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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Excellent Art Style

Very good. I liked the animation quality and the use of gaming graphics was a sublime touch (I imagine a game where you escort Miyamoto through levels based on Nintendo games).

I would love to see a sequel where Miyamoto meets more Nintendo made characters and their themed worlds.

Keep up the good work ^_^

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


I liked that flash a lot! I was kinda hoping that I'd see a glimpse of Star Fox too, but it's still awesome. Well done!

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Throughly good!

This was just simply fantastic....
Finally i seen some godly made flash, the images effects was so clearcut, not in anyway hazy, the flash was made mostly in 3D method, and i have finally seen someone understand the theory of 3D.

Next on, the plot was so attractive, it just allowed people to keep on watching. The adventure was simply so adventurous and so fun, that i thought i was in that adventure mode as well.

Keep it up



Rated 5 / 5 stars


That was simply fantastic! I loved it. It honestly brought a smile to my face. Your animation is very good, I must say, so I wish I'd been able to see just a bit more of it in this animation.

I understand it was rushed, and it was all the more amazing for that, but to offer my criticism, I felt that the sprite-zelda section (and possibly the sprite-DK as well) needed to be shortened a bit. That particular sectioned dragged too much for my tastes, was too same-y and lacked exciting action, and as such should have definitely been tightened up. Also, the blue bad guys that were static parts of the (strategy guide?) dungeon map were disorienting. I would definitely suggest that those have been removed from the final product, since it looks weird having Link fight the moblins and yet not have to deal with those (at least, someone might feel that way if they have played ALttP before, know what they are, how they attack/move, etc., like I have.)

The one song was maybe a little uninteresting, but only because the animation felt a little slow at times for the pace of the song. In the beginning, though, the pacing of the action/cuts matched the tempo very well, and I enjoyed the song itself, so overall I'd say the audio was well-done and well-used.

excellent work! 10/10 ^_^
-obviously a Link fan.

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Awkward-Squid responds:

Definitely agree, I felt that bit dragged on a bit too. And I'm not sure why I forgot to remove those blue bits, I remember planning to. Thanks for the awesome review!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

No part of this was anything less than superb

I found everything in this to extremely enjoyable, and forgive the expression, cute. The only thing that I had a problem with was the lack of Metroid, I thought that would have been awesome to see, or a Star Fox, but then I think that would be damn nigh impossible to do effectively.

Anyway, that was epic. A must see for an Ninten do fan (which I am not, but still found surprisingly enjoyable)