by the prehistoric starring character
------- Horrible hit frames for buttons. I'll assume you now understand the effect of frame 4 ('hit')? I think it should always be a filled shape that is at least slightly larger than the visible graphics. For normal buttons, a rectangle works fairly well.
+++ Fuzziness. Nice effect.
? Is it a low alpha mc of a few frames of noise, produced in Photoshop?
+ I generally like the font you use at the pre-loader.
- Though not the 't'. It looks a bit too straight for that font family. Also, I'm not keen on the 'n'. If you can be bothered, maybe edit it?
++ 1st gag (shape it was) made me smile.
- last gag (end) came as a disappointment. I was actually really rooting for the little caveman and interested in seeing what would happen next.
+++ I do love the title's font.
+++ Great music. Sets the mood perfectly and whilst it's repetitive (kinda suiting the theme well), it doesn't get too dull.
-- I think the ending 'dun' should be maybe replaced with an sfx. I think that'd up the comedy value and might have made me actually enjoy the ending.
-- The bowling arm tween is so obviously lazy. When movement looks more like a typical flash tween than what it represents, I think there's a problem.
- Feet are slightly odd-looking.
+ I do like the face.
-- I don't like the trees in the bg much. Maybe a lusher, slightly darker but more saturated green? Or maybe some texture, maybe shadows/some leaf detail?
+ Cool dino at start.
Enjoyed it. Short and sweet.
Made me smile and I was charmed by the prehistoric starring character.