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Mario And Luigi Forever 1

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Finally After Months working on this.

26fps
11scenes
around 9000 frames

NOTE : don't forget to check out the TRAILERS in the BONUS section.There upcoming movies by our crew

Also about 90% off the sprites are custom

The plot may seem a little odd but more will be explained in part 2

Don't forget to visit our site,
Enjoy...

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I am surprised that this doesn't have a higher rating! I thought the sprite work was done very well! I can totally believe that most of these were custom made. They have tons of mobility. I thought it would show Mario and Luigi as babies at first. You did talk about their origin.

Even weirder, Mario and Luigi weren't in this that much! They weren't even together! I still love this, because it's great to see old sprite work. I guess sprite work here is akin to 2D animated movies nowadays. It's great for nostalgia.

YOU DIDN'T DESERVE JUST 3 STARS MAN/MEN, I CAN'T WAIT FOR PART 2.
YOU DESERVE MORE THAN 5 STARS! ADDED TO FAVS.

Make part 2

Dude, your animation is awesome! You have absolutly NO REASON to not make the series. I seriously want to see Luigi kick some big turle shit.

Somewhat Dull

It's kinda dull having these shelled dudes killing random shroom people. The sounds effects are very loud in comparison to the background music. It makes assassination "sound" like plain murder. I was hoping the sprites would be more diverse as in various other poses other than forward, left, and right. It was obviously a hard work of art but ther's still some essence missing. I hope the upcoming series is better.

Cool!

Dude... Are you even going to make the series? It's been what, six years? I don't know if you're making them or not, but if so, MAKE THEM OR I WILL BREAK YOUR LEGS...!!! jk. Still, finish the series.

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Uploaded
Nov 16, 2004
5:10 PM EST
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  • Daily Feature November 17, 2004