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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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hrechkanesshrechkaness

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars April 27, 2010

hmmmm

Well its not that the flash is bad . The problem is that its more like watching someone playing an oldschool game rather then watching a movie. I get the feeling that was the style you were going for but the problem to me is that that isn't much of a form of entertainment. I think you've got a good idea but maybe you just need to take it in a different direction. I'm not sure how that can be done so I hope this wasn't a completely useless review lol


LeviFolds responds:

I am planning on making it into an actual game eventually. This was mainly to showcase the 8-bit soundtrack, rather than simply posting the tracks online for people to listen to. It just ended up being more than that with the animation.