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animotion v.1.4

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with this little gadget you can create short animation sequences. set the pace (bar at the right) of your animation sequence so, that it fits the music and create your own trippy music video!
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instructions:
just click and drag these buttons and objects around. click on the ? button to learn what exactly does what.
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update: 9.11.03 - v.1.4
- online saving-loading feature done (if you use animotion at MINDistortion).
- added blitzkrieg bop loop

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Still great after 15 years.

I love this game! If others don't like it, they are missing the total point of the game... find a way to make it fun/funny. I made a bannana animation of him dancing in a circle. So I found that humerous and started laughing : D

I think this is a really cool game because it gives you a lot of freedom. Granted, it would help if the poses stayed the same way when you made the next scene. It seems like that would be something obvious. It's really cool to see all the cool stuff you've worked on over the years and this was only 2003! It would be great to have an updated version of this. You could let people make their own flash cartoons.

I have no idea how to make those on my own. Apparently, I need to buy some program, but I don't know how to. I must be crazy to still not be tired of the Peanut Butter Jelly song. Of course, that might just be because I haven't heard it in a long time. You could also put more control on which body parts to use.

not funny

What's the point in this. Where's the humor because i'm not seeing not humor.
And i'm not laughing. This tells me that this is just one more human's moments on the sidelines of stupidity to make them and other's laugh. I have common sense not to laguh at nonsense.

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Sep 3, 2003
12:26 PM EDT
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Gadgets - Construction Set
  • Daily 2nd Place September 4, 2003