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Feral : Escape

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Uploaded
Jan 17, 2003 | 1:07 PM EST

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Author Comments

Feral : Escape is part one of the three part story. The story itself and charatcers are all orginal but I used Mega Man sprites as my "actors".

Reviews


LionRampantLionRampant

Rated 2 / 5 stars

A pesh

Dam. Like da story line. Superb dialogue. I usually don't like sprites.



sebastiannylinsebastiannylin

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

nice

kinda cool



XwaynecoltXXwaynecoltX

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

((( HEH )))

Well it was a nice little sprite thing, ill admit sprites arnt my thing but i did like the backrounds, so there was some art, the music was cool, and like the interactivity at the the start...

~X~



aznsal612aznsal612

Rated 2 / 5 stars

Well done for a "simple sprite" flash movie.

Nice effort there, I could see it possibly going somewhere. Although it's not the most original thing, it's a good stepping stone to move forward in other ideas.



TwinClockTwinClock

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Great story

I really liked it, the story was involved and the sprites were very well compiled and used(Plus the music that set the mood of the fighting) You obviously spent a lot of time putting it together and coordinating it. I'm busy trying to find something wrong with it besides the fact that you used sprites rather than your own artwork, well, when Hawke jumps to the left towards the beginning the shooting and reflecting gets a bit repetitive. Other then that the whole movie is wonderfully put together. I look forward to when you get to the point where your your own artwork can be assembled that well. Good work


Kojirou responds:

Thanks, man! Hopefully the day I can use my own art isn't too far away.And, yeah, I guess the deflection does get a bit repetitive, I'll keep that in mind for part two. Thanks for taking teh time to review!