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Animator vs Animation III

rated 4.44 / 5 stars
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Comedy - Original

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Aug 6, 2011 | 11:59 PM EDT
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The final episode of the Animator vs. Animation trilogy.
"The Chosen One" from episode two is trapped inside the Animator's
internet explorer in forced labor as a pop-up blocker. This segment
follows his eventual escape onto Microsoft Word, Solitaire, Minesweeper,
and the desktop.



Rated 0 / 5 stars

Not my thing.

I'm not gonna lie, I didn't enjoy the series that much and I'm glad you put an end to this little charade. All it was really is a stick figure fighting a cursor in screenshots of Windows applications. I found this to be overdramatic. Why doesn't the person have any control over his own computer? It's just stupid and all he did was sit there with his thumb up his ass and let the stick figure "destroy" his stuff. Whatever happened to using key shortcuts, such as control quit? Or how about the undo button? How about just pulling the computer plug to prevent it from being "destroyed" by a lone stick figure.

The names of the stick figures were unoriginal. The Chosen One? The Dark Lord? I can come up with better names. How about Cluster Balls and Viagra Overdose? They aren't the best names, but they're a lot more creative than "The Chosen One."

Next time, you should try to be more creative. There's already a lot of stick figure fighting movies and Windows movies out there. Putting them together just doesn't work out. I know a lot of people enjoy something new, but this is nothing new to me. There isn't even any music. All you used was overused sound effects and overused special effects. Don't think about marking this review useless because I don't go with the crowd. We all have our opinions, so suck it up and respect other people's opinions.

Also, I can't help but wonder: How does a program crack a computer screen, let alone shatter it to pieces and make the fatal error screen appear? Why couldn't it just end in a black screen? The logic in the end makes no sense whatsoever.

I thought I'd just share an opinion and give you a tip or two. Be sure to next time make your own work instead of using plain stick figures and screenshots.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Thank you finnaly a thrid one



Rated 5 / 5 stars


lol in a way i wish i could do this on my computer, then just restart it all when im done. if you ever can, make a game as close to this as possible!


Rated 5 / 5 stars


that was amaizing!!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Well, damn...

This was very fun to watch. Too bad this is the end of the whole thing, huh?