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Gun Down the Gungan

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This is a little game that we threw together, because "Star Wars Confessions" is taking us a little longer to do than expected."

"If you're having a hard time shooting the back ones, there is a bigger version on our site.(Newgrounds has a max of 600x600 on the Flash size.)

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Kill Jar Jar Binks Flash. Graphics are probably the best part of this game. Gameplay is a twist on whack a mole. This is more of a mini game, and it would work well if it was combined with a full and complete game.

This is a mix of the two worst things uploaded on early Newgrounds, whack a mole and "kill x game" but it somehow isn't all that bad. The art was pretty good, and unlike a lot of other whack-a-mole clones it wasn't impossible to hit your target,

Only major issue I had was that you could spam the mouse at no penalty. You probably should've deducted points for missed shots instead of missed JarJars.

sweet game

yeah id say that this is one sweet game, very good on the artwork and animation, great sounds aswell, just loved it all, almost perfect, keep up the good work.

Some added options and much more interactivity


It seems pretty obvious to make a game where you kill Jar-Jar Binks. This was back when "The Phantom Menace" was still the newest "Star Wars" movie. The animation was pretty good. I just wish it had more. It should have had more locations. I don't see how Jar-Jar keeps dying.

I mean, does he keep coming back to life? I liked that Geedo joke. Well, that was oddly enough, a joke from Jar-Jar. Well, the game itself is funny. I am annoyed when people keep complaining about him, because that becomes annoying in itself.

Yeah didnt we all want to do this?

Credits & Info

3.57 / 5.00

Apr 25, 2001
12:15 AM EDT
  • Daily Feature April 26, 2001