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NG Time Trial Challenge

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This series consists of putting together a variety of ng artists at different skill levels and styles and having them work within tight deadlines. It wasnt really a competition but more a challenge to yourself to get something done within the short time. There were 9 entries total and in order to get everyone crammed into it we split it into 2 groups. Group A is featured today Group B tommorrow. Stay tuned for the next NG TT!

-L

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Yes, we get to see three of my favorite flash artists come together! Actually, ZT's bit was great too. I was so impressed by Sqeezy's. I think the least good was HeRetiK. It was just too short. You should have just played them all at once.

It's great to see where this series started. We really got a lot out of it in the end. The music is great too. Luis' was a little bland, but still fun. I always want to see my favorite artists come together.



Squeezy is the best because of the music! also I loved luis



If i HAD to pick a favorite...

It would be Luis. Gave me a laugh as good as Marios Castle Collab.



Ok, so.

Let's start with the worst one. (as everybody thinks)

ZT's entry-
Stick figures shooting eachother over a partialy white backround with a repeating sound track isn't a quality flash movie. Try better next time.
2/10

Now with the second to best one.

Squeezy's entry-
Very classic, but can get a little bit boring, especialy over a white backround.
5/10

Now with the best entries.

Luis and HeRetiK's entry-
Hm, ones a Tom and jerry-like cartoon not to mention awesome animation, and the other's a thoughtful and calm slowly animated (but still not boring) music video. I think we've got ourselves a tie! *ding* *ding* *ding*
10/10


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Luis wins

I think luis defanitly won that, his was the best of all.


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