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MK Ultimate Stick Version

rated 3.14 / 5 stars
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Jun 20, 2010 | 10:19 PM EDT

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k so this is what started me on my love for animation 4 years ago when Xiao Xiao was still the king of stick figure animation (he probably still is). I was so inspired by his work that i decided to make my own version of random stick dudes fighting. And what better reason to fight than in a mortal kombat tournament :D

Unfortunately, I never really had time to work on it due to school, work etc....As you would notice, the animation is kinda inconsistent as I was improving over the years (from using a mouse to a tablet). I found it yesterday by accident and decided it was high time I finished what I started once and for all.

ENJOY! ^_^

P.S there's something "special" at the end :)



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


why aws sub zero organy yellow


Rated 4 / 5 stars


Great parody. Simply great. Maybe a little minus is in it's stickness and you couldn't get the full idea of the Mortal Kombat, but i really enjoyed the Raiden Part. Kung Lao 3:16.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Nice animation

It was very good, I watched it while it was Under Judgement, I found it to be really awesome, I like the effects, But although the colors are a bit wrong... but that doesn't mean its bad and that "special end" part was funny


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Man, I dontknow what everone else was thinking, but this was great. If this was your frist stick animation, it was great, Good Job. P.s. end was funny, lawls

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

This movie... is really quite good!

First things first, I, personally, am getting a little tired of the 'stick fighter' genre. The bare bones animation never seems to convey the story, whatever it may be.

This, however, is an fantastic example of a stick fighter. The moment I heard the music start up I was instantly transported to my childhood, awaiting the blood, visceral action of the MK franchise. And I was not disappointed.

The beginning is slow for a bout a second (that 'mountain' scape doesn't do the animation any favors, just showcasing how scant it is) but as soon as the characters are brought into the roll call sequence things make a turn for the better. The movement is good and seeing all the MK fighter's signature moves lovingly recreated is incredibly gratifying.

As is very important to all fighting movies set to a soundtrack, the musical queues are all spot on. The added touch of making sure each character was in the frame when their name was called was very good.

The only real complaint I have - beside the utter lack of background, but that seems a minor gripe, seeing as the focus is on the stick fighters - is the coloring. It is the only thing other than the fighting moves themselves giving the individual sticks any characterization and it just seems wrong. Sub-Zero is yellow? What? For a franchise that has such readily recognizable color schemes, this was a overt and outright distracting choice.

All in all, very good use of what I would call a tired genre. It was entertaining and the effort put into creating that Mortal Kombat feel showed through. MK fans should really enjoy it.

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