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Luigi's Adventure 1

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Comedy - Parody

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May 29, 2012 | 4:02 AM EDT

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Luigi's Adventure begins! He is off in search for the stolen magic wand and to find and rescue Princess Toadstool.

I made these a while back in 2004 when i was teaching myself how to use Macromedia flash. It started off as a few tests but eventually it turned into a series of random Mario videos. I had no idea what i was doing when i made these videos lol. I actually took the time/effort to cut out each of the individual sprites from the ZSNES Super Nintendo emulator manually instead of using sprite sheets which can explain the crappy graphic GIF quality on most of the sprites.

They are mainly just random test videos. If you don't like them, i can't really blame you since i made them so many years ago. I mainly just uploaded them for a few friends that wanted to see them. I have no intention of going back and finishing this series, they are "as is". I admit that the quality isn't the best and the animation is choppy but i feel like it adds to the charm along with the randomness of the humor. The animation does start to get better at part 3 and onward though.

If this one makes it through, i'll submit the rest as well.

Special Thanks to:
Macromedia Flash
Microsoft paint
Paint Shop Pro



Rated 5 / 5 stars

This movie should not die!!
Im a Luigi ! Number 1 !!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

nice job ;)


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Wow nice. Much better than what I can make with flash. I can see how you improve throughout the whole video. eep up the good work!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

i always like when luigi kills toad ha ha hilarious


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very cool animation. I LOLed at the parts he killed the toads. Wut up with that? I'm new here, can you tell me what program you used or what program most people use to make flash animations?

AgentTer responds:

I used an older version of Flash Professional before Macromedia got bought out by Adobe... it was called Macromedia Flash MX. I think i used that to make episodes 1, 2, and 3, and then i switched to Macromedia Flash 8 for the others. If you wanted to get the newest variation of the software, try Adobe Flash CS6.