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Apartment in Space 2

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The somewhat awaited sequel is finally here.

This took me about a month and a half to make, and I worked on it almost every day. Feels like i've put a gajillion hours of effort into it.
But at last, here it finally is for you to witness and enjoy.

Run time: About five minutes.

Watch the original: http://www.newgrounds.com /portal/view/407240

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WTF Mario

BTW is Icon a Cubone/Marowack

oh Boy, yummy yum yum !

Animation was a lot better and parodies are the new in. I'll have to be honest with you, the voices are very depressing. Depression leads to pain, meaning it hurts me to watch this movie. I can bare with the pain so I'll continue to watch any other sequels you make. Your intro flash was great and I liked that Mario Bros. 2 screen. I'd give you a 10 for that

It let itself down

The animation is there, the ideas are sound. But the script and voice acting let it all down I'm afraid. The characters are in a constant state of "Huh... look whats happening now... interesting.. I guess."
In the credits leave out what things you parodied. If we need to be told it would be a horrible Parody.
I'll definatly watch the next one. And the Extras after the credits were funny.

seemed alright to me

Seemed good to me, like alot of other people are saying the audio was a bit scratchy but besides that it was good

Not bad

Didn't mind the humor, got a reasonable laugh out of it. With a little work here and there, I wouldn't mind seeing more. The thing i'd pick out as the biggest field needing work though is the sound (which crackled quite a bit...). I'd guess that's either you're speaking into the mike directly or your recording volume is up too high. The formor case can be fixed by speaking across the mike, it comes out waaaay smoother and doesn't make it sound like a PA system. If its the recording volume though (assuming you have a program like Audacity with a decent visual interface) turn down the mike volume while recording so that the wave doesn't reach the top or bottom of the recording area. You can then increase the volume later and the sound works fine with no distortions.

Hope that helps, and good luck ^_^

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4.33 / 5.00

Aug 4, 2008
5:18 AM EDT