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Jan 3, 2009 | 12:14 AM EST
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(Update: 1/7/09) - To those of you with questions, I can assure you all of them can easily be answered in the scene selection. By clicking the "?" next to each scene's icon, an info-screen will pop-up showing who animated it, who wrote it, who did voices in it and what music was used in it. Richie and I worked hard on the menu to make sure that all of these typical questions could be easily answered, so give the scene select a gander for all of the answers you seek!


Okay so, originally I was gonna give a stereotypical "marketing speech" to go along with the release of this movie like "THE BIGGEST VIDEO GAME PARODY COLLAB EVER TO HIT NEWGROUNDS FEATURING BLAH AND BLAH BLAH WITH SPECIAL GUEST STARS BLAH BLAH BLAH!" but that's become beyond ridiculous by this point so I'll save it.

This collab is NOT intended to be the most original, the most creative, hell not even the most "funny" thing in the world. It's literally just another collection of NG-style Video Game Parodies made by a bunch of guys who wanted to have some fun. If you happen to get any of that same fun or enjoyment out of it in the process, then that's good and I think all of us will appreciate that. If not, well then that's fine too. Either case, it is what it is. Hopefully that's acceptable enough.

Regardless, I'm incredibly proud of how this project turned out...and nothing to do with what I myself had brought to it, but what everyone else has done. I can't believe how incredible the animation for this project has turned out and I owe all of the talented folks that joined in for that. There were a LOT of segments that unfortunately weren't finished being animated, with a few that were also taken out for various reasons. So to everyone who contributed to this project, even if you didn't get to finish, thank you SO much for putting the time in and being part of this final video game parody of mine. I hope everyone will enjoy $00pah NiN10Doh! for what it is and get a good laugh or two.

BIG special thanks to Tom Fulp for the sponsorship and support for this project and JohnnyUtah for helping me compile this monster during a dire situation!



Rated 5 / 5 stars

funny, very funny

i liked this in my opinion it was twice as funny as the original. what are the chances of Nin10Doh! 64 or something like that?


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Shockingly enough...

This is the single funniest thing I've ever seen on the internet.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Just Plain Awesome

All of you did a great job! I laughed the entire time. ^-^

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Two issues, unfortunately

I have got to say this is a great flash. The two things that I have against it is that:

1. some scenes go way to fast (like the first animation and the brawl lineup),


2. even with the credits, I'm still not sure who exactly did what. I've figured out only a few of who drew what and said what. That's only a small amount though.

I know you'e tried on the credits, and with the way they're done, I don't think they should be changed.

Just tell me this: when it comes to the credits, is the order the people are listed in the same order that their work appeared in? I hope they weren't listed in random order.

Too bad there's no "slow down" or "pause" button. Some of the art I would like to see, but it goes by too fast.

I'm not talking about the pokemon stuff with that last sentence. I was talking about the Brawl lineup mostly. That, and the first animation.

I know some people might mark this as a useless review, but it sucks having to ask who did what, and missing some of the art because it goes by fast. I mean, did anyone catch a glimpse of Donkey Kong in the brawl line-up? That piqued my curiosity. I don't like it when people post this on youtube without permission, but it does seem to be the only option that allows one to actually pause the thing. It'd also make credits easier to read as well.

Sorry to bother you with this comment, but I hope you consider my concerns.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Truly amazing. One question though.

In the four swords part, the link with brown hair, was that supposed to be you Kirbopher? Either way though, good job, you and all your additional animators deserve all the cookies you can eat. ^_^