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The Ball Collab

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This n00bnation collab started by: Metabug

Red Ball themed collab is here. Hope you enjoy it.
And thanks to the all the authors doing lot of work on this collab and cool work.

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none of the animations were outstanding, and they didn't match. some were short, while some were long enough for a full length animation.

Wow. xD

LOL! For sure I thought Metabug's part would be normal. but at the end, it was actually a Raving Rabbit. LOL XD


This was just to damn ugly.

Some off you even tweened the ball... like, what the hell?

There was no effort put in this what so ever, and if your telling me there was, your all not really good in flash -_-' to put it nicely.

annyway, keep improving i guess, and learn some stuff about

1. English
2. Physics

Well done every one.

Time for my review:
Metabug:That idea was just freaky and weird. The timer scared me a little bit, too. Haha AngryFaic, 4/5.

Custard: That was completely random. LOVED IT. It made me laugh out loud, 3/5.

DarkSoldier: The tweening sucked a bit. You didn't have to make the ball move in a predictable path while it was going from place to place, 1/5.

iShirm: The ball's adventure was pretty cool. Liked the song, too. I wish that final move is possible in pong, 4/5.

TNOAT: That was completely rushed man. You could do way better, 2/5.

progerbil: That was fucking weird. I am speechless, 3/5.

Grub: Wait, why the hell am I reviewing my own part? Just for the hell of it, I guess, X/5.


Well, the collaberation idea was quite good. Vague, but good. There's alot you can do with a red ball, humor or seriousness wise... you guys chose some of the most expected ones and implemented on them well.

The only thing I saw that really lacked were graphics, some were to basic, some used standard tweening for animation.

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3.77 / 5.00

Feb 27, 2007
3:38 PM EST

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