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Operation: Graveyard

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Apr 30, 2010 | 5:15 PM EDT
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Pico day submission for 2010! Three weeks of very intense work. This is somewhat of a sequel to Jeinu's 2008 flash, Operation:Warehouse. Kinda.

Sound effects were not completed on time and therefore we will not be editing them in. But we do see that alot of the feedback we're getting say that the soundless version is better anyway so...!

Beginning and Aftermath music composed by Shadowfox2, with action packed music stuff by TheLastOpus! All specially made for this flash. Check out their music!

Special thanks to Aura Core members and Shadowfox, who was able to compose on such short notice.



Rated 5 / 5 stars


figures nene would save the day, GIRL POWER

and the end arrested for sexual abuse did not see that coming lol

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

fuck its good

its fucking awesome !!!!


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Rated 5 / 5 stars

I agree with goldstinger

I could make a song with the fun ass musical menu lol!! But seriously interesting take with the vid. Definitely one of my favs for 2010

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Pretty entertaining

Pretty interesting take on the Pico and friends franchise, i liked that you concentrated on Nene, maybe im biased because she was always my favorite character. At any rate, i liked that you stuck with the knife obsession of hers, even though she wasnt drawn in the style we've all gotten accustomed to, it did 'feel' like her.

My gripes:

- I think it really needs sound effects. I know you are probably adding them soon but first impressions count, i think it would have made the battles and environment so much more engaging. I was fine with having to read the dialogue rather than having it spoken.

- The slow mo camera effect feels overused. It seemed to find its way into almost every fight scene and after every attack from the giant demon. Felt like overkill and kind of detracted from the excitement and adrenaline you want to build with heavy fight scenes. I think in the future, I'd save that technique until its really worthwhile and use it sparingly. Sometimes a good fight scene is already good as is and doesnt need 'dressing up' through fancy camera work.

good work!

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