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IMPORTANT: watch the whole thing, even after the credits
i spent ages on this. it's my first madness animation (dont count casey the punsiher, i made that during this)
if people like it i may stop playing tf2 long enough to make a sequel.
Final note: if you like the music, check out DJ-Fantasy, he has heaps of cool music
EDIT: if you watched this when it was first uploaded, i fixed the screen issue :(
EDIT 2: WOW! 3rd place, must be better than i thought! :D
- i got front paged? thats awesome! :D thanks to all people who made that happen, newgrounders and newground mod team and the like
- thanks heaps for the feedback, i've been using it all as i make the next one
Very awesome but i was wondering......
What is the music you used for the credits? It sounded really cool and was wondering what it was called.
stand up by the prodigy
Bringing back the madness! :D
Like every other madness you captured its essence :), great job and really enjoyed the story although somewhat vague for now, really cant wait for the next one, this grabbed me in and made me want more! Loved how you also added in that 'activation/teleportation' animation as well as that part where is stabbing the sword at a fast rate, that is something quite unique and made it original :). Things to improve on if you make a sequel is to maybe make things move a bit faster. Other than that everything was awesome :D, keep it up and simply astonishing this being your first madness flash, Krinkels would be proud ^_^.
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The animation is good and the story actually pulled me in and now I want more (even though there is almost no explanation of whats going on). All in all, a good madness flash. But I cant help but notice that in all these flashes everyone gets the gun animations down pat but the swords seem extremely difficult to fully animate.
Anyway, good job, keep it up, and please write a sequel.
guns are much easier as they just need a kickback, while swords need two people to be simultaniously animated
OMG this is so awesome!
I just wish you could make a game like this ;)
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