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Karuppa In Love

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Impeccable fighting game, especially for 2001. Not only did it function pretty well combat wise, but there were a variety of combos to try out and instruction on how to use them in the training menu. The levels weren't too long, so even though they were the same enemy until the boss, it wasn't too repetitive, and on top of that each fight has the opportunity to be unique since their move set has quite a few attacks.

The story was the most lacking part of the game, I think you were trying to be funny in the dialogue to appeal to Newgrounds a little more, but it wasn't really necessary, a better story would do wonders for this game being as it is now, it's pretty generic.


I completed it on my first try. Take that Ryu. Good.

that girl thing looked like a slut to me...

well that was more irratating than it was entertaining. That was some pretty weird graphics and crazy characters, but it just wasnt funny.


that was great, it was strange and i love strange things,


Well it was kinda okay, well, not really mate. But if u wasn't like. I dunno. But it wasn't that good and if your cheeking ed skudder's paper wars saying his is crap i think u had ought to like, check your own. I am not like gonna say like "This is FUCKING CRAP DIE YOU ILL BRAINED MORON SON OF A DEAD WHORE IN HELL" or anything but i think you should sought of check yours instead of dissin a great animator which can make his cartoons longer than 20 seconds. By the way ppl, Paper wars by ed skudder is the bomb, the best thing on newgrounds, he is my favourite newgrounds animaytor!

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2.96 / 5.00

Nov 28, 2001
9:23 AM EST
  • Daily Feature November 29, 2001