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Shamoozal NES Marathon 08

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Okay, this isn't really a "normal" entry into our animated stuff. This is a promotional video for our upcoming charity drive for Child's Play charity. The Shamoozal staff will be doing a 12 hour NES Marathon come 12/13/08, and we need all the support we can get.

We did a similar NES marathon rather low key during July and it was a nice success and a lot of fun. This time I decided to put together a little promo video for it, something we hope both Shamoozal fans, and fans of retro NES gaming will appreciate.

Many classic characters appear during the video, and I chose to base designs off some rather obscure and original artwork. Have fun watching, and I hope to see you there!


thats great!!!

good cause i love it. more charitys should do things like this

im so chipping in!

count me in dude im all about your goal!

That's brilliant!

That's the best fund raiser Idea I've ever seen! Awesomeness!

Funny stuff ...

I really liked the humor. It didn't drag on and the big guy on the left of the couch died for some reason. Hilarious! Anyway, good job Phil. I can't give you much in the way of criticism ... maybe more hilarity ... maybe an Easter egg?

Shamoozal responds:


The "big guy" is actually Simon Belmont, but I decided to use the Captain N design for him because... well, who doesn't hate that design? Look it up sometime. And I chose to have fun with him because I know people don't like that version of him. :)

Pretty awesome

I like how you made Mega Man look like a middle-aged man, just like in the original box art.

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Thanks, and good catch!

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3.93 / 5.00

Nov 24, 2008
4:19 PM EST
  • Daily 4th Place November 25, 2008