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Jul 10, 2012 | 9:26 AM EDT

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This is the prequel to my RD2010 entry, Robots.

Witness the life of a robotic unit prior to the extinction.

Subtitles are available by clicking the S in the top left corner.

Both this song and the song from Robots are available to buy from itunes and Amazon.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

That was just awesome!

koit responds:

Thank you.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

This is so funny! Props that you made the songs for this and "Robots" as well, lyrics are priceless.

koit responds:

Thank you. :)


Rated 4 / 5 stars

I thought it was really cool how this is the first submission I've seen for Robot Day 2012! I believe it first started in 2010. I didn't think this was one of your better cartoons. I think it's mostly because the animation wasn't as good. It still managed to be pretty catchy when you taught onto the beat. The techno effects used were nice too.

I liked how you created this as a prequel. Granted, I've seen so many flashes, I don't even remember the original, but it's still some nice work. I appreciate you keeping the spirit of robots up. The stuff shown on the menu is nicely done too. It looks like his feather brush is made of cotton candy.

koit responds:

Yay, that was the look I was going for on the duster. :)


Rated 4 / 5 stars

nice man, catchy song with a good animation! =D

koit responds:

Thanks fella.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Lol, love the ending. (even though looking directly at a nuclear explosion would make you go blind :P) The song was catchy and animating was pretty good. Only problem was that it was extremely loud and the audio kinda had a weird sound too it. (not sure if it was fuzzy or not.) Figuring out how to make it better would defiently get you higher ratings. I hope that my review helps you in the future of making more flashes like this.

Three out of Five.

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koit responds:

The music is made that way, with grunge and fuzz to help it become more "metallic" without being piercing.