On An Island

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*Flash player 8 or higher required*

No relation to David Gilmour's album. Thanks to Chris Nosal for giving me permission to use his music: "Skapolka"!

On An Island is the story of Clarence Williams and Thomas Johnston. Two complete strangers who by a horrific turn of events, find themselves stranded on an island. Witness their first 13 days on this island as they try to live with each other.


lol lol

Dude dude, that was freakin funny, you should make a 2th one, bro.

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Unidentifyed walkcraft...Shooting it down now


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Really good! Funny!

Really good job! that was so funny.

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Up and Coming greatness

Your recent submission mirrors your previous one (Silent Protagonists), in that they both were really great movies. I look forward to seeing more of your work in the future.

One thing I do notice when I watch your movies is that when you record your voices for the characters, the sound becomes somewhat scratchy when you record loud dialogue or screaming for example.

This is probably the result of one of two things, that your recording equipment, i.e. microphone, is of poor quality and distorts when picking up loud noises, or your putting your mouth too close to the mic when recording.

If it is the former and not the latter, then I sincerly hope you invest in a good microphone if you pursue making flash movies, because I think that it would make your movies that much more enjoyable.

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That was fuckin hilarious!!!!!!!!! You made Thomas seem so retarted and made him do stupid an funny things. The syle was great. The graphics were great. Almost perfect. The only thing I thought you could have done was more violence. Other than that it rocked.

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Aeonstars responds:

more violence. gotcha.


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4.24 / 5.00

May 29, 2007
2:31 PM EDT
Comedy - Original
  • Daily 2nd Place May 30, 2007