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Hands Across Tatooine

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Ambu Fett and some pit droids decide to spread peace through music across the barren wasteland of Tatooine. Other characters join in the ceremonies, while Darth Maul can't do much of anything. I dare you to take it seriously. Unfortunately, some already have.

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Came out as quite a nice mix, the music and the star wars theme piece hasnt been done before and maybe because no ordinary person could think of it. I thought that the major part of my overall score has been chosen because of the level of humour you have got here, the part were you needed improvement was in the graphics department and to an even larger degree the animation, it seemed alittle blotchy at times (dont ask me to define blotchy), i have a feeling you know what i mean.

(Kiss my ass XwaynecoltX)

learn how to animate before trying again

all they did was siddle back and forth
I made better shit when I played around the flash tools for an hour or two with no goal in mind
it was pointless and the star wars theme added nothing
the model for one or two characters didnt totally suck but they werent really animated


Nothing more than a chuckle here and there. Maybe a bit longer and better characters. Graphics could be improved. Try again.

strange,very strange

the last guy said it,altough i didnt take it as seriously as he did.

Why is this still on Newgrounds?

Because this has to be the queerest, stupidest, biggest waste of time. Star Wars has already been spoofed overkill, and this movie has to be one of the dumbest so far (and several months too late, at that). The concept is totally ridiculous and inane; the animation is horribly choppy and simplified. This movie had no plot and isn't even worth 212kb of space. Pleast vote 0 on this, people, it's not as good as you think!

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1.58 / 5.00

Mar 13, 2001
3:09 AM EST