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MAJOR UPDATE v1.2
Thanks to the huge number of helpful reviews here on Newgrounds, I have been able to address a number of issues with the Original release of Super Duck Hunt.
Updated Super Duck Hunt to an MP4 + Widescreen format
Addressed pacing issues, removing 2 minutes of unnecessary padding
Improved music sync
I present to you the definitive version of Super Duck Hunt!
SPRITES AVAILABLE HERE:
Created by Shane Toner / "features"
Animator, Illustrator from Tyrone, N.Ireland
19: 34 minutes in duration (credits included)
Created in Adobe Flash and MS paint
This has been a long time coming, 8 to 9 years to be semi exact.
Thousands of custom sprites, lovinglg restricted to an 8bit 4 colour Palette.
With a symphony of classic 8bit music throughout!
Super Duck Hunt drops the famous characters of Duck Hunt into a war torn Nintendo world, where only one unlikely, four legged hero can save the day.
I hope you enjoy!
Great music, and although I thought the plot could of used some work, I enjoyed the graphics and the movie in general.
One of the best flash movies I've ever seen. NES Brought back to life.
Random but very well made.
A very well animated cartoon with tons of really impressive custom sprite work. However, the exposition at the beginning was extremely slow, and felt unneccesary given that the rest of the cartoon wasn't really attempting to tell a story at all, much less follow the same one. The ending came a little abruptly, too, as I was expecting some kind of conclusion to be reached.
That said, it's still an impressive piece of work, and the use of so many different NES game soundtracks was a nice touch.
Not bad, not bad at all! A little slow for my personal taste but still a good animation. It's really bugging though, what is the song that plays the first time the dog runs into the hammer bros?
An indirect Sequel to "The Artist" shows the life of the salaryman
Cornelius & Toots are back, and a Haunted House Ride seems a little spookier than usual!
this one isn't funny
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