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Jul 22, 2012 | 8:21 PM EDT

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Argh I just missclicked on the other voting thing...
Can one take that vote back? I was watching and my mouse got over the 1 T_T

Anyways, I liked it, it was calm and looks really good. It's like a little story... no it is one. Like a little horror movie just without all that dramatic music in the background that makes you like AAGHAAHAHARGA! *cough*.
Well the Idea is kinda original and the visuals are great. I mean smooth anymations great art and a boat.

Maybe though it was a bit "too" calm it's just a boat doin' its thing and well maybe some dramatic piano or violin would have helped a bit. Just really really qiuet. That would have given it some really like dramatic feel :P But that's just my opinion.

Great job. Smooth animations, great idea, well done art.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I don't understand how this can have a so low rating, since it's better than the 99% of the crap circulating on newgrounds. It is very well done, both the animation and the sound effects. The ending partially disappointed me, since I was expecting something more interesting, but it was all really worth watching.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I was watching this as I was listening to Little Lion Man - Mumford & Sons and it fit surprisingly well (for a while...)

Here's for anyone willing to try: yJV5s


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Oh my god! I've seen this at the Red Stick Festival a couple of months ago!! It's pretty awesome to see it again here. :D


Rated 4 / 5 stars

A metaphor of life, less naïve than they are usually showcased around the web, especially on Newgrounds. Instead of showing the increasing degradation of the boat and stop when it's reached the point of quasi-total destruction, you portray what could be seen as a Renaissance, where what was once shiny and fresh has become more jaded, torn and worn, but nonetheless still floating, for it is not the parts that make the whole function but the other way around. As we grow old, we make up for what we've lost in healthiness by cultivating that, which ultimately makes a man : understanding.