older btu still pretty good
liked the nuke
This fighting has to stop. really.
On the other hand, this was a great flash.
The story was great,
The animation was nice,
And it touched me. :D
Excellent Flash Movie
Although I do not agree with other people's comments that war is always bad, it just depends if you use it to help others who can not help them selves, defend your self or for personal gain only. We would not have a lot of basic technologies and things now if it was not for wars and space exploration etc. With wars comes new technologies, some not so good, but a lot that is good. But that is a morality issue and should be discussed else where, not here on this flash it self.
It was good. I liked the style, I liked the weapons, and I like the meaning of it. Only two sides though? Why was the first missile fired? Was it a rogue launch or a counter attack from previous fights? I mean you do not fire a weapon like that just for the heck of it.
I saw the Roman type soldiers and then the clock meaning it was going to the future, then I saw the WW2 planes dropping normal bombs on what looked like a 1940ish or so town on London... but then a nuclear rocket or some thing of that nature is fired and all this new technology is developed instantly and huge cities and TV with all this present day tech or more has appeared. Although like I said new tech does emerge from wars... not instantly. If it was instant, it does not make any sense. And if it was not instant, then why again was the rocket launched? They could have counter attacked with their own planes. And no counter measures with all this tech?
But anyway, that is just the way you wanted to portray it. I have to say I would have given you 11 stars due to you added a way to get back to the main menu while the movie was playing and also to choose scene selections etc. Makes viewing different parts much easier. Maybe adding a fast forward button would have also been nice. Great work.
Meaningful. I can see how it got the first page.
A very meaningful and true flash about the nature of war.
I like how you used a ficticious planet with non-existent languages in contrast to our world and history: It just goes to show how war is universal, and universal in its pointlessness and destruction, so great job.
You did a fine Job with this flash. Keep em' coming!