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Patchman teaches you how videogames are developed in a jolly good way!
A Great Piece.
I love how it came together. So, meaningless.
In a good sense. Your information was gold. 'Consumers consume, Programmers program' and so on. I found that amusing after I picked up the pattern. It was a good little short, very well pieced together. It had a good, smooth flow, which I always look for in any animation. Nothing worse than a jumpy show. And I love your style, the whole 'Patchman' thing. It looks good, its well drawn and memorable.
Had this been a longer film, it would have made it to the top of the week with ease I would assume. This would be a handy little series. But I like the occasional short, just put some more depth into future work in order to really achieve things. I also loved the occasional little subtle Gag, immature humor almost. My favorite (:
Such as the Zelda thing, and the Egoraptor exclamation mark/noise. I quite liked the entire thing. Its only imperfections lay in now having an amazing story structure, or any real film value. I can appreciate a short film though, that's why I'm still giving it a high score, and have it a solid vote too. I look forward to more of your work. Keep this up. This could become a very notable Newgrounds series in my opinion. I know this will be the first thing that comes to my mind the next time I see a patchwork doll.
Great stuff. Short & Sweet.
If i just bought a game and was told to CONSUME it, (forgot how to spell consume,LOL) I would've been confused as hell.
Fun lil short ani about Life.
i want to show this to my business class to show the different processes in the business roles
do it man :D
Great sync, and good story but the last part was very odd and a great display of real buyer of some games
Detective Nwar engages in modern nwarfare.
It's a picture that moves.
Music video for Savlonic's Broken single from their new album.
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