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Press Start Adventures - 30 - "Nightmare in Scheme Land"

Sam, Zack, and Lin-Ku investigate an emergency in the psychedelic Sky Kingdom.

Featuring the voices of Joshua Stafford (SAINTS ROW 2), Eric Sizemore (FREESPACE) and David Humphrey (SONIC ADVENTURE 2, SONIC HEROES)!

"Press Start Adventures" is a monthly animated series that follows the live-action videogame parody movie "Press Start" and leads up to the events of "Press Start 2 Continue".

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Reviews


DeathBlazerDeathBlazer

Rated 5 / 5 stars March 26, 2010

Love the series

I love everything about this series i own the movie too and i look forward to seeing the second movie aswell! :)



DrClayDrClay

Rated 5 / 5 stars March 26, 2010

Epic

I should watch more of this series. Its nice to see some good series on Newgrounds again.

Nice voice acting too!!



HolyManeHolyMane

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars March 26, 2010

ahahaha gooD!

but man ! WORK ON YOUR ART!! even if you're not that "arty" just get it better or ...i don't know, draw em cartoonish! but well the humor was quitte cool and the voice acting too!



akatorakator

Rated 5 / 5 stars March 26, 2010

I think this is the scariest place weve ever been!

Awesome, as always. Simple as that.



ErichoEricho

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars March 26, 2010

Glad to raise it from 3.87 to 3.92!

This was a very fun episode and one of the better. It is interesting to see both the villians and heroes together (even if it was only one villian who appeared briefly). I can now say that I really understand what the basic premise of these episodes are. I could obviously tell this was a "Kirby" parody with the Dedede like penguin. It was cool to throw in stuff like the bullets from Super Mario Bros. Even though the animation is fairly simplistic, this does manage to have a good epic feeling to it, especially with the ship.