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Dec 26, 2012 | 12:03 AM EST
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Animated by Chris Niosi
Written by Chris Niosi and Liz Losey
Music by Weston Durant
Background Artwork by Dave Smith, Jourdan Lasko and Terrence Lepinski
Voices by Anna Kingsley, Sarah Williams, Apphia Yu, Chris Zito, Erica Mendez, Dave Smith and Liz Losey.

Flamegirl spends a day out with her gal-pals Saturndiva and Whyti in ;Mechcity one day, when the girls are approached by a strange salesman who tempts them with addictive minigames. Will our heroines see through his SINISTER PLOT of ripping them off, or will it take some well-aimed projectiles to burn through the minigame madness!?



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Epic Epic Epic, Sir this is a well done video.^ ^
Kirbopher and all, good job!^ ^


Rated 5 / 5 stars

you should reallly make a full fledged game out your series

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

short but sweet, i loved it!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Well Done!!!!
I really enjoyed this as all the TOME episodes. think it gives us a bit more assurance of your dedication to this though and i really cant wait to see this complete :) keep up the good work buddy

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Wow! What an honor it is to be your first reviewer! First, I'd like to begin by saying what a huge fan I am of you and your team. ToME is a smashing success in combining top-notch art, gaming, and a riveting plot to bring us all a luminous multimedia experience that could entertain one for days.

Now, about this flash in particular, the animation and characters were on par with my expectations, no surprise there, but I was expecting a little bit more effort in furthering the actual storyline. In fact, I'd say that this hilarious escapade falls in the realm of what is called a "filler scene." Unless there's some foreshadowing present that I am missing, or a subtle cue to connect this scene firmly to the previous that I failed to notice, there was no reason to make something like this.

Don't get me wrong; I'm not saying that it's totally unacceptable for one to meander from the original story here or there, one or two side arcs is fine. However, if one gets into the habit of grinding out many of these often, the frame of the story can seem bloated, and/or watered down, to the point that it can become frustrating to watch(e.g.: Naruto). I hope that you'll take this in good spirits, and continue doing whatever you think is best for the series. Godspeed, Kirbopher and friends! May your work be ever fruitful, and your successes boundless!

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