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Jun 1, 2011 | 11:45 AM EDT
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Madness Combat 10: Abrogation.

Finally finished. 11,380 frames running at 30fps. Thank you for your patience with me, this cartoon was far more involved than I had anticipated.

You guys. I can't thank you guys enough for the support. I really can't.



Rated 5 / 5 stars


Dude below me asked "Wasn't madness a game?"

I'd think Krinkles would know the god damn answer if anyone would.

Silly silly childrens.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Nice...Realy nice.

This is massivly suprising on flash. All this frame by frame on the Auditor has realy given him depth of what he mainly is. I've also kept an eye on the feet of all the figures as I noticed in Madness combat 6 there is no feet on hank after he grabs the p90 after the axe. YUS TRICKYZ BACK!i!


Rated 4 / 5 stars

wasn't maddness a game...

this is a lil' to far....


Rated 5 / 5 stars

One Little Problem But Still Good

Still Its Awesome But Did You Have To Make Hank And Sanford Play Rock, Paper Scissors In A Combat?! But Still Good.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

And now for that one negative review...

Firstly, I'll compliment you on the animation skills clearly present here. No doubt you worked tirelessly to bring us this, and I respect you for that.

But this is probably one of the most boring Madnesses I've ever watched, and in all likelihood that's probably due to the fact that this is the 10th time I've had to watch two characters move through dull, grey red environments slaughtering generic minions. The first battle with that shadow-like Jesus thing was pretty pointless; it dragged on for over a minute without anything memorable happening. It really does just feel like watching someone play a video game.

That isn't to say it's terrible, though. If anything it's far above average, but the content creativity-wise could use some major work. However I acknowledge the primary benefactors of this series are teenagers 13-16, and if you're gonna entertain them, give them what they want, I guess.