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Metroid: Endless Struggle

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Ridley has discovered a high tech laboratory in which he can manipulate the metroid species with ease. He brings the last existing egg to the base. Samus is tracking him, and plans to take out both the Metroids and Ridley in one blow.

ATTENTION: The synchronization of the music is a bit off if you have a computer that's faster than mine, and it's kind of a big download (1.31MB).



wow that was incredible. the animation, the music, the timing, the style, how bad ass samus is (man that chick can rock).......it was all great, you get a 5 man, good job and keep em comin

Damn not bad...

Man that was great i loved the style you did it in. But ridly does look odd but that doesnt matter it was still great regaurdless. i hope to see another.

Dude that was Uber Sweet

Very few can pull off handdrawn flash that well, reminds me of the Nintedo Classic Metroid Tribute. That has to be some of the best Hand Drawn Metroid I've ever seen. Please tell me you are making a Sequel.

Only thing I have an issue is Ridley, yeah, he does look a little to dino, and I mean that singing purple one that must die, but if you can impove that, you will have your own spot up there like TLF's stuff or Ledenary Frogs.

Wow. That was awesome.

This was really good. The attention to detail was amazing (especially Samus' suit). Samus' movements were very fluid. The music was very nice and fit the movie. The only thing I can complain about is Ridley's design. He didn't look menacing enough. I wouldn't say he looked like Dino, *LOL* but he needs some toughening up. But overall this was amazing.

Make a sequel!

Fucking Increbible!!!

WOW! Great animation. Great story line. Everything was fucking great

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3.71 / 5.00

Dec 5, 2001
7:41 PM EST