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The Matrix Has You.

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"The Matrix Has You" is the result of 6 different artist and months of hard work and planning in what is one of the biggest Flash collaborations on Newgrounds. Each artist brings their unique style to each of the collection's movies. There's a little something for everyone here.

"There is no Spoon" (Metal Maverick), "Zion Rave" (Luke de Ayora), and The Architect (Chris Boe) are comedy based shorts. "Chateau" (Super Flash Bros) and "Burly Brawl" (John and Richie) are action based. And Finally, we have "Final Fight" (Legendary Frog)... a animated criticism for the 3rd Matrix Film. Each short runs about 2-4 minutes.

I hope you all enjoy this collection. Everyone gave 100% to make it the best it can be. Expect more collections like this in the future... "The Matrix Still Has You" is already in early production! Oh, and this movie contains SPOILERS!

Here is a link to Luke's profile, since he couldn't be credited as a co-author http://www.newgrounds.com /gold/profile/template.ph p3?id=269253

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Every time I see the Architect scene in the films, I think of this short. I saw it for the first time when it was brand new, and I've loved it ever since.


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That was funny as hell



That was very funny. Good job.



This brings back so many memories. Never have I forgotten this piece of flash animation, that so intensively entertained me so long ago here at newgrounds. This was one of the animations, that made me want to stay and watch more over the years.



Though, it's been over a decade, and the animation is somewhat old and not as fine-looking as it could be, whenever I'm reminded of the Matrix, I always come back to this, especially for the fight scenes.


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Uploaded
Mar 28, 2004
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Genre
Comedy - Parody
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  • Daily Feature March 29, 2004
  • Weekly 3rd Place March 31, 2004