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Chaotic Battle Part 1

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Feb 29, 2012 | 6:34 PM EST

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wanna thank R1665 for helping me fix my preloader and coding for my end screen
really happy with it :D

This is my first upload on NewGrounds , so i hope you all like it and wanna see more .

check my youtube channel ghtmareCinemas

Music : Ninja Warriors Again - Stage 1 remix made by Yakumo (Mark Smith)



Rated 4 / 5 stars

Very creative, and the fighting was good! Id improve the audio, it was too loud and with all the mess around I couldnt appreciate it.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Just love the idea and they way you carry it out. Smooth animation and great opponents.

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NightmareCinemas responds:

Cool glad you like it :D


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Awful lot of crotch.. still Good job! Nice background, just don't let that poor NES catch the cold.

NightmareCinemas responds:

trust me the nes was in good hands :D still stronger then ever :)


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

i give you props for creativity. however, the whole thing was a bit confusing. we could tell that it was a fight, duh. but what im saying is that it wasnt clear HOW they where fighting. lots of flashes and old-school sound effects, but i coulnt really see fighting moves besides that cool round house kick you do.

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NightmareCinemas responds:

thanks for the info i made it that way so that its chaotic so people need to watch it 3 times 1 for every character haah :D , but on part 2 i made it more visible on who is fighting who


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Pretty good stuff. I like the mix of sprite animation and live action, that must have been tough to pull off. Although, I feel like maybe there's a bit too much action on screen, even for a "chaotic battle." I've seen things like this, where multiple views are rewarding, but even on my second viewing, there seems to be too big of an emphasis on the main character. When you zoom in on his super, for example, it makes it very difficult to watch the other characters if you wanted to; and especially when he's warping all over the screen. The seperate fights should have equal room on the screen to breathe, so the viewer can really get a good grasp of what's going on.