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The Journey of Greenfeet: A Minecraft Tale
Thank you all for Daily First! And on 11/11/11... which we find very cool since we're all nerds.
(a bit of warning... the movie is a bit loud compared to the music at the start.. so watch your speakers!)
(Also note: We had some issues when testing the movie with it auto playing at the menu. As far as we could tell it was ad related. So don't freak out if it happens!)
We journey deep into the world of Minecraft and follow one of its most fascinating creatures, the Creeper, as he journeys to find a mate.
Written by Joseph Blanchette and Animated by Chris Boe... this is Toonwerks' first parody! We won't be doing parodies often, but they're fun to do every once and awhile.
I really enjoyed this documentry. It was nicely animated, interesting and even funny at the times. My favorite part was the idea (or theory) how creepers mate and are born. Those little creepers are just adorable :)
Great job friend, great job.
Letter to LegendaryFrog:
It's been a long time since I've seen something new from you man. Atleast you haven't given up on flash animations. It seems like only yesterday some cartoons were made with green characters obsessed with pies and muffins. How have you been? Has your life been going well? Again, glad to see you're still involved with some good ole' Flash.
-An Old Fan
Notch needs to make a baby creeper which can be tamed at birth to be a pet...difficult to get 2 creepers in love...but its worth it to have a friendly creeper
i dont think the creeper grows on trees, maybe the "mixed sulfur" causes a creeper to emerge from it, but i dont think they grow on trees. just puttin it out there.
but still reslley good video.
I liked it.
This was a very nice animation. It added a touch of story to the feared creeper, with many humorous parts along the way. I especially liked seeing the children of the creepers! I cannot find anything wrong with this short, and it is a relatively new concept (Not minecraft alltogether, but minecraft documentaries), so I give it a 9/10, just because some of the graphics could be improved. Keep it up!
Detective Nwar engages in modern nwarfare.
It's a picture that moves.
Music video for Savlonic's Broken single from their new album.
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