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Sep 2, 2000 | 10:30 PM EDT

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Part 3 of 3.

Thanks for all the support. Glad some of you got something from watching these experiments.

Song: Boadicea
Artist: Enya

Reviews


PrinceHarmingPrinceHarming

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Best in the series

I wonder why there are only dated submissions from this flash artist. Anyway The graphics were really improved from Hells Eve and Demons and are especially superb for 2000. Music was fantastic, fit perfectly as others have previously noted. Also while
the series was based around a Garden of Eden theme, it wasnt meant to be as 'moving' and brilliant as some people claim. Just a good flash from a pretty talented artist.



mysticaloctopusmysticaloctopus

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Incredible

As Haeron said, This is just superb. So you didn't write the music? So? It fits perfectly. This IS deep and meaningful. look past it, n00bs who blam this, and see that we can't really see what it means, not even the author.

Awesome job. The music made pefrect what is already a true work of art. this prooves you don't need violence to outline it, that you don't need anything really, except the raw emotion that is Tana.

((the 3 for interactivity is because i kept right-clicking to replay it))



HaeronHaeron

Rated 5 / 5 stars

My God.

This was... to put it simply... incredible. This is one of the best pieces on Newgrounds, right up there with Merry Melony. But the people who say "Omg there's no humour or anything just boobies so it gets a 10 for all" sicken me. Ever heard of thinking about things? Well done. Fucking well done!



HIIMBOB42HIIMBOB42

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Sweet... that kicked ass.

that was one of the best animations i have ever seen. my thanks for producing such a well made Movie.



FurikuchanFurikuchan

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Ignore the MTV Generation

Ignore the negative reviews that I have seen on these works. Those that expect entertainment to be spoon-fed to them would naturally be distracted by "heh, boobs."
It was lovely, and yet...tragic, at the same time. If you feel like writing and making more, I would love to know more about dear Tana.