K-FED: Dancing with Fire

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Sick of Kevin Federline? Go ahead, knock his block off!

Programming: Tom Fulp
Art: Jeff Bandelin
Odds & Ends: Stamper

Whip your mouse around the screen and click your button to use a variety of jabs, swings and uppercuts. Hold down your mouse button to charge a super punch!


aww crap!

i was so used to voting 0 i voted it on this 1! shit! great flash. i liked the combos u could do.


One word truely defines this and that is sweet, i thought that everything was done so well in this game that its hard to know where to start. The graphics to start with were so well done, i mean they reminded me so much of the funny drawings you see in the newspaper on a sunday parodying some sort of figure. I thought you setup the flash very well, then it came to the actual game which i thought was really well constructed to make it quite even, although i really didnt understand the involvement of britney as she didnt seem to throw any blows. I loved how Fed slowly got beaten down to his bare skull and then the user got to finish it off with a super punch. Great animation, great easy to use controls, overall just a great flash.

(Hamy_jamy isn't even suppose to be here today)

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this rocks

this game ROCKS , nice music , gameplay, lol , fun ,something else.
make more of these games....
(ive smashed his head off lol :))


I dont know what there is to say other than yeah Tom Fulp You Made it so its gonna make it Really good ob i admire all your work you are my role model thats how much i love your work hope to hear from you but you probaly hear that alot just thought i let you know. Awsome Flash ToM!! t(*-*t) a.k.a Tom Nichols XD


great style and sound, but the game was failry simple and it really wasnt funny at all.

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4.30 / 5.00

Jun 16, 2006
1:05 PM EDT
Sports - Boxing
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