Even though I only got a 7, I really liked it! Good work, it makes you actually think!
Hate to be a-retentive, but...
as a trivia fanatic, I think a couple of your answers need to be corrected.
It's "Independence Day", not independance;
David Lynch wrote the screenplay for the television version on the Sci-Fi channel. Dino di Laurentiis, and his daughter, Rafaella, are the executive producers of the 1984 film.
The pic is from "Blade - Trinity", the 3rd in the series.
The movie is "Raiders of the Lost Ark", Indiana Jones is the lead character, not the answer.
Other than that, it was a fairly interesting game.
Firstly, the question was who directed dune not who the executive producers were. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/
If you read the instructions it says no give answers by the name of the series, e.g. blade not blade trinity or indiana jones not raiders of the lost ark, o.k i spelt independence day wrong ill put my hands up to that. any way thanks for the 7.
i liked it but...
it could have been better. its actually a challenge, something that cant be said for most of these sorts of things. i especially liked the theme tune questions, add more of them. also, i think you should research some intresting and obscure facts and include them as questions. the player probably wont get the question right, but if you tell the answer right after the question has been attempted, it could double as a sort of bet-you-didnt-know-that sort of thing.
and maybe you could smarten it up a little, some sound effects and better presentaion wouldnt go amiss.
Thanks for the suggestion, i am going to add that idea of obscure facts.
It wasn't that great, but it wasn't bad either. Better than some of the quizzes that pass through judgement.
You said you would add better features if it passed judgement; I think you should have added them regardless. They might help you pass through judgement easier.
There were a few spelling mistakes. Trust me, spelling goes a long way if you want your flashes and games to look professional. My advice would be to test your games first [on a friend etc] to see what they think before submitting. They can help you check for mistakes.
You had a clever way of making the gamer read the instructions. I liked that.
Overall, it could have been better. And you're right, it was tough.
I got a crappy 3 points...
Thanks, i am working on the spelling mistakes now, I did test it on friends, but none of them are really any good at constuctive criticism.