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Apr 28, 2012 | 4:07 PM EDT

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The first ever flash animation made by ACS (8bitnemesis), a two man team attempting to entertain the masses. This is the first act in the "Block" series which is a slightly different perspective on what happens in PONG. Is it a simple game of back n forth, or is it a means of keeping a destructive force at bay? You judge....though its probably the destructive one.

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AppleJackAppleJack

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 28, 2012

for this to be your first animation surpassed my standards by a light year.
fantastic work


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8bitNemesis responds:

Thanks that really means a lot. Hopefully we learn much more later on...like a preloader T_T


fallensoldierofdoomfallensoldierofdoom

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars April 28, 2012

A creative look at Pong that i thoroughly enjoyed



Devilmay19Devilmay19

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars April 28, 2012

Great job! Really fluid for a first animation and the sound fit it most places. Keep up the great work and hope to see more of the block!


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8bitNemesis responds:

For recognizing his efforts, the sound guy grants you any wish......ANY wish.


MistyEntertainmentMistyEntertainment

Rated 4 / 5 stars April 29, 2012

It's nice to see some decent frame-by-frame animation around here somewhere. I'm, quite frankly, impressed by your fbf. The block rolling down and eventually falling was simply a great display animation-wise and timing-wise.

While the art is indeed simplistic, it's the consistency in the animation and the style that's overall impressive.

There were some parts that I felt needed more exaggeration, along with some parts that I felt needed to sped up, but only by a little. These specific parts I'm talking about, however, are minor and don't affect my overall outlook on this flash too much.

My only other complaint is the lack of a preloader. Google "NG Flash Loaders," move the entire timeline up by one frame, and in the very first frame, copy and paste the preloader; there you have it, a working preloader!

Hope this helped! 4/5


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8bitNemesis responds:

Thanks alot there will definetly be a preloader in the next one and I'm going to try and step up my animation even more, this was just a first step.


MiniDroidKreatorMiniDroidKreator

Rated 4 / 5 stars April 28, 2012

Too hilarious. That pong block just keeps getting stronger.


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8bitNemesis responds:

Oh you haven't seen anything yet, remember that this is a series...it will only get worse.