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Sep 11, 2006 | 7:22 PM EDT

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The Star Syndicate presents a music video guaranteed to make you sing about flying carrots. Two months in the making between all of us, it is now finished. More information is available in the movie itself. Be sure to click the audio link on this page for a website you won't be able to read.

Parts include Kooh, Astropuff, Psychomidget, F00D, MrBigStick, Starberry, TheIRG, Retrosmash and Lauch.

Many thanks to Tom for allowing us to upload this.



Rated 3 / 5 stars

Don't have a clue but...

I was watching the movie but I didn't get the whole thing. Maybe it was because I didn't understand the lyrics. But the graphics were done quite nice.

Starberry responds:

a translation for the lyrics is in the "mission briefing" part of the menu or i could just send you the link: lyrics/jetto.htm


Rated 3 / 5 stars


I've no clue what that was supposed to be or anything, I'm rly rly confused...good graphics though!

Starberry responds:

dont get too frustrated ok


Rated 3 / 5 stars

I'd tap that

and thats the end of that chapter

Starberry responds:

arizona 5: end of chapter 1


Rated 3 / 5 stars


so dam many carrots...totally lame....

Starberry responds:

eat your carrots bitch you'll get x ray vision


Rated 3 / 5 stars

Diversive quality

Well, the intro design and style was good, bit annoying to have a musicfile loop in the background with no option to turn it off sadly, some of us like to open mitiple windows with flashes and having constant music from one can be annoying.

A bit varying quality and content, my favorite must be the rabbits, excellent style and animation there, although a bit weird ending to the scene.

But overall sadly this was not up to standards, it felt like one third of the group involved knew what this was about, and 2 thirds did not.

Giving you a uniform review though since collabs are always hard to pull off, but next time, try and get people on the same wavelength.

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