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My second submission.
Thanks to everyone who contributed!
This was really good
I really enjoyed this flash.
I'm so glad someone's doing something that isn't another smbz copy. Make more!
Hey thank you for the review! I'm glad you liked it!
Its certainly better than the first one, and I can see that you've put a lot of time and effort in it.. General. Next time General, maybe have some higher res sprites, it did get a bit boring looking at blocks all the time, I can see that you have talent and i'm sure you'll find a way to make it work better :)
Anyway General, Have a nice day General, and looking forward to the next one..
This is a good concept. Usually, any sprites that are fused together are mario-sonic related, but you've seem to have found a good story while involving many different sprites. I'm assuming there will be more sprites form other games as well given the title, so I'm looking forward to that!
Something to keep in mind is the length of your submissions. The first episode you posted (which I did watch) was a little long on the explanation side, though I did like how you tied in different images with the dialogue, that was a great choice to keep in interesting. For this episode, I feel like the conversation with the hologram was a bit lengthy, and should have gone to different images like with the first monologue you had. Other than that, everything seems to be falling into place!
Also, you get bonus points in my book for using old-school Star Fox graphics! =P
8/10, 4/5. Keep it up! And if you ever need an extra voice actor, let me know!
Oh there's more to come with the StarFox stuff ;D
Pixel too pixelated, i feel like im looking at square blocks tetris. perhaps have someone to draw close ups
Good Follow Up
I like where this is going. You put quite a bit of time into making this, I can tell by how smooth the animation runs. Although close ups of faces make them awfully pixelated, it still has something going for it. The voice acting also brings about some fun in watching it, you recruited some very good people for the parts. I hope that you continue this series, I would love to see where this goes from here. Other than certain aspects of the pixelation I think this can go a long way.
An experiment with a Wacom pad that evolved into much more.
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