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Apr 27, 2010 | 5:37 PM EDT

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This is act 2 of 3 of my 8-Bit Dr. Horrible project.

All music, sound effects, graphics and animation for "Dr. Horrible's Sing-along Game" were created by me as a tribute to Dr. Horrible (by Joss Whedon) and the NES. You can download the full 8-bit soundtrack from my website (follow the link in my profile and click on the Dr. Horrible banner at the top of the blog posts).

Programs used in the creation of this animation:
Graphics: Adobe Photoshop
Animation: Adobe Flash
Sequencing: FL Studio
Instruments: NES+MidiNES
Mastering: Adobe Soundbooth
Sound Effects: SFXR

Note: This is not an actual game as of now but there are interested parties that I may be working with to create one eventually. Also, I realize there are spelling and continuity errors so please don't bother commenting on those - while not all intentional, I chose to leave them in since a lot classic Nintendo games had similar issues and I thought it added extra authenticity to the project.

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OhNoBoyOhNoBoy

Rated 5 / 5 stars November 24, 2010

That was amazing

I can't wait for part 3. You've got some serious talent.

And if this was hypothetically released on Steam, I'd buy it in a second.


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RooRikRooRik

Rated 5 / 5 stars November 24, 2010

oh by the way

The hammer is my penis.
lolololol


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Crimson-GamerCrimson-Gamer

Rated 5 / 5 stars November 24, 2010

I LOVE IT!

I can't wait to actually get to play this someday! I love how Captain Hammer looks like the actor who plays Nick Castle, same guy from Serenity or Firefly. Outstanding work!


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LeviFolds responds:

Nathan Fillion, on all accounts...not sure if you're joking, but yeah, he's the same guy in all roles.


DarkTamer666DarkTamer666

Rated 5 / 5 stars November 24, 2010

ya........

"The-J" is right you should make it a game


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The-JThe-J

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars November 24, 2010

you could totally make this a game

You already have most of the art assets you would need, AND the popularity to set up a donation drive, you could easily just hire a decent programmer and get this done!


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