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Now with better graphics, new commentary, and 100 more objects than last time! Eye-popping larger display! Gee-whiz scroll wheel control! Adjustable render quality toggle that puts you in control!
And thanks for amazing ratings!
Hey before I review, there's just a couple things you should change for this flash. Tyrannasaurus Rex didn't actually stand at 7 meters tall, we've found that they didn't actually stand up tall like you have it pictured in your illustration. They stood so that their back from tail to head were actually horizontal, and they stood around 3.5 to 4 meters tall, and were much longer animals like that. So they didn't stand upright like people, but were more horizontal like dogs, just on 2 legs of course. You can check Wikipedia for the latest facts =).
Also Giraffes are the tallest land mammals, not the tallest animals. There's a lot of animals before it that were much taller. Or you could just say tallest living. That one doesn't matter though, it's probably just meant to be tallest current living, heh.
Anyway, this is even better than the first Scale of the Universe flash, as I hoped it would be. And that one was a 5/5, definitely. This one is awesomely informative, inspiring, enlightening, and fun! The graphics in the artwork are much better than before, and it all pulls together seamlessly to make it look even more professional.
The music is nice and not bothersome. It's great background music for this kind of reading, since anything louder or obnoxious would've made it annoying to mull over.
I probably spent 30 minutes looking over and reading all of this. It was a lot of fun for a learning flash, and shows you can have educational flash games/movies on Newgrounds and still be the best, =). I'm glad you made another one, and I'm even more glad everyone else likes it as much as I do, heh.
I definitely give this a 5 Stars.
most nice to see someone show the progression of the sciences, in all the fields of study or most, an its nice about the comparison
It's quite sobering seeing how small we are compared to the entirety of the universe. And to think we are merely the smallest blip in the time span of this gigantic universe. Actually gigantic doesn't even come close. I don't think we can have a word to describe the size of our universe. Thanks for making this. It was a great experience.
Awesome! i didn't knew all those things about universe and materials... this is just amazing
This is an awsome thing and is very informative and a little entertaining, such as when i saw "minecraft world" i started laughing my butt off. Though i regret viewing this allittle..... my friend matt will be pestering me for all eternity now.
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