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Sep 23, 2012 | 10:46 AM EDT
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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!

com/custom_edited/duckhun t/sheet/53251


Created by Shane Toner / "features"
Animator, Illustrator from Tyrone, N.Ireland
38,960 frames
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.

100% pixelated
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!



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Amazing Flash! What exactly is the song name when the dog is underground and the narration is saying an unknown hero will rise to save the day. I've heard it plenty of times before but I can't for the life of me remember what it's from.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Simply put.. the greatest flash ive ever seen!!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

This was totally brilliant! Simply amazing! I think there should be more movies like this. It was definately worth the watch!

My only gripe is that you used additional voices, mainly for Toad that did not fit with the NES 8-bit sound track. But other than that, I really loved this! Nice work!


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Um... I'm not exactly sure what I just watched.

I didn't really understand the story at all. The Toads and Koopas are fighting, there's a bunch of random cameos from several Nintendo characters, and for some reason we're supposed to care about the dog? And why exactly is it titled "Super Duck Hunt?"

Obviously you're very good at sprite animation, there's no question about that. But I really didn't understand the need for all the random characters. Stuff happens and then one minute later it's gone and it doesn't matter that it happened. For example, what was the point of the Triforce, Kirby, and all the Pikmin? What consequence was there for the dog getting shot by the syringe? Why was the dog important at all? The focus seems to entirely shift from the war to the random antics of the dog with no real conclusion. Maybe I'm missing something but I really didn't see a point to this.

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

This animation was supposed to star The Dog correct?

Where was his involvement in this disaster beyond getting shot up and running away?

I was hoping maybe the story would be more coherent.

The animation and sprite quality is top-notch and the music is warm to a nintendo-kid's ears.

I love the project, but to be truthful, please put more thought into where you're going with it.

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