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The seventh installment of Sci-Fi Guys, "The Fourth Dementia," is probably the most complicated piece of animated quadramorphitude (I had to invent my own word here) I have ever created. Throughout the episode you get to choose the outcome of what happens next, without necessarily stumbling across any "horribly wrong choices" which would make the episode only a few seconds long, etc. It was a huge challenge & I hope you enjoy the result.

On the DVD, this episode was edited into a linear storyline, selectively including some of the better-animated sequences. But only here online can you see it in all its interactive glory! Speaking of the DVD, help me out tremendously by ordering one up here:

www.umop.com/dvd.htm (scroll down to "Every Little Something by DAVE")

Thanks and enjoy!

--Dave

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The ship is well done and it might be CGI. How odd, given that they're supposed to be three dimensional. It's weird how mild this is compared to "Retarded Animal Babies". That was downright barbaric. Loved the "You bastard" line. Everything was so funny.

I guess these guys are jerks after all. I guess the item at the credits isn't an Easter egg. It's too obvious! Bungi's probably the funniest. I recognize your art style.

awesome

it was really good i like the option that we get to choose!its a great idea.however the end in high school was a bit weird :/ but the rest was awesome dude

background noise

Sounds like the airport annoucement from a Japanese airline.

These are funny

These are really funny, it was awesome to see how C-3PO and R2-D2 argued is C gay or not...
Ahh, brought back memories from Star Wars...

mother of god

lol.still why bungi why,oh well XD

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