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Feb 18, 2011 | 12:09 AM EST
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VOTING IS OVER: Nekow and Vortex00 got the most votes and have filled in the remaining co-author spots. 46 out of 60 people got at least one vote, thanks to everyone for leaving reviews, now tell us what you want to see in the WORM sequel!

This collab was started in 2007 and has been passed around behind the scenes for a few years finally culminating in this!

60 artists who have blended their artwork seamlessly into a giant "WORM!"

Have fun exploring!

Reviews


MrDragunSlayerMrDragunSlayer

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Not really a "Game"

I absolutely LOVE the art in this, and the blending is really cool. I would say "Why not put this in the ART section or something," nut I understand how you wouldn't be able to get this kind of effect there. I think it would've been cooler if you clicked on the artist's name, and something actually happened, instead of just bringing you to his/her profile. Overall, I like it, nice and relaxing. It's not a game though. :(



EblancEblanc

Rated 1 / 5 stars

I got really excited but then....

I got extremely excited thinking this was a game, and by clicking each artist's button, I would enter a dimensional portal into another reality, using Art by that artist.

I got really winded up with that idea, and when I clicked... surprise surprise....

All that happened, was it sent me to the artists page.... the art was nice... but this project could be at least a little bit more ambitious.

If you made this into a game, I'd be awesome and huge! And I don't think I'd be too hard. All you'd need to do would be implement game mechanics, and just use the art from artists. To develop/create the world/map

E.


BoMToons responds:

60 artists working on 1 art piece isn't ambitious enough for you!?


preanimatorpreanimator

Rated 1 / 5 stars

This is not a game

its a commercial... and boring,
but nice art :)


BoMToons responds:

how is it a "commercial?"


RezolutionRezolution

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Well....

I rather liked Sabtastic's. I mean I couldn't tell where stampers exactly ended and hers began, and by that point the entire thing had descended to a point of insanity that hers was not out of place at all. The only other person I'd nominate would be mindchamber, because his work managed to tie up the end of it rather well and lead back into the newgrounds motif.


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lejdcoollejdcool

Rated 5 / 5 stars

very difficult

so many choices, but I put my vote to "theshadling"


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