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The Tale of the Übercat

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Jun 22, 2007 | 12:40 PM EDT

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Another animutation. I started this last year (I forgot exactly when) when I wasn't as good at using Flash as I am now, but I ran out of ideas and stopped working on it. A few days ago, I decided to finish it. So I did. This has a lot of cats in it. And I drew that stupid-looking Santa guy.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Very Good!



Rated 5 / 5 stars

holy shit my brain exploaded

i found this with the random page button. it is the greatest thing i have ever seen. i want to eat meat now to stop hitler.
maybe the mario part was a tad too long, but still random enough to be hilarious

LordZeebmork responds:

It's funny because I wasn't a vegetarian when I made this, but I am now. And yeah, the Mario part was just filler, although actually I was originally planning for it to be a separate movie.


Rated 2 / 5 stars


so randomit actually started to be funny , and i love a good mario reference :P other than that, wtf


Rated 4 / 5 stars


Wow. That was good. I don't normally rate things like this, but this time I think I'm gonna rate each little thing:

Graphics: 8/10
There were some darn good pictures and drawings in there. And they went with the song excellently.

Style: 9/10
Animutation for the win. And this had a good style of animutation, at that.

Sound: 8/10
Great choice for an animutation. Very underused. Hello mother! Is that what they're saying? I can't tell....

Violence: 4/10
Lewis Black poking his eyes out and the explosion at the end were about it, but that's just fine.

Interactivity: 1/10
Not really much. But it doesn't need it.

Humor: 7/10
Definately funny. Not in a laugh-out-loud sort of way, but in a weird sort of way that's funny because of it's weirdness.

Overall: 8/10
Overall one of your best works.

LordZeebmork responds:

I have no idea what they're saying. I don't even know who made the song. It's an old module song in some obscure Amiga tracker format. (Soundfactory PSF. I converted it to an mp3 with Deliplayer.) It's called flynn89.psf.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


Nicely done, this takes me back to a simpler time in flash making when i remember seeing a lot more flashes that based all there visuals on random imagery and had a catchy tune to accompany it, this was a real treat to watch. Overall a very good effort and i have now got that song stuck in my head.