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When they want you dead

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Sep 23, 2012 | 10:02 PM EDT

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NG and YT total of over 45k views! THANK YOU! Keep em coming :P

'When they want you dead' is a madness story with a little different view on the 'bad guy' thing. If you find the intro boring, don't worry, just sit back and wait, there's a lot of good action later.

Kills: 178
Length: 22m15s (33,440 frames @ 26 fps, dynamic speed, interpolation)
No cliffhanger!
Lines of code: 4,400

It uses my own 3D animation engine. It utilizes not-so reliable but powerful features of the Flash Player. You'll need version 11.2.

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There's a chance that you won't be able to start the animation at all. There's a YouTube link below the title for this reason. Also, make sure to choose appropriate quality (old/good/modern hardware). If you find the animation ridiculously slow, restart it on lower quality or rather watch it on YouTube.

Happy late Madness Day 2012!



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

After seeing some of these comments and reading through how people have been mentioning the glitches, some of which I noticed...yes there were glitches but instead of harping on them I see this as a sort of prototype / experimental form of flash animation that has much potential if perfected. Now though the 3D effect was fantastic, although the appeal of the action waned towards the end. It was decent, not explosive but enough to keep me watching until it got to the part where reinforcements came, now I like how you made each guy do different things but it felt less like an epic "SPARTA!" scene and more like and assembly line. Other then that, the message at the beginning was inspiring and the one at the end was deep. Overall I truly enjoyed this flash and hope you hone this animation to a mastered perfection. :)

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Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

I know you put a lot of work into this and all, but I'm sorry, I found it very boring and the action scenes were really slow and dull.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

me encanto pero puede mejorar asique estabes 5 estellas i esperare al sigiente bideo para ber los cabios


Rated 0 / 5 stars

like the whole 3d thing and i know you probally put a lot of int this but its... horrible. sorry but its the truth


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Well your animation certainly was a breath of fresh air the way you incorporated 3-D effects into a 2-D animation. Naturally there were a few bugs here and there but that's understandable and easily, for lack of a better word, excused for the effects you were trying to achieve, however I felt as if the flash rather overstayed its welcome: The main characters were introduced, they complete a few objectives, some little grey fellas get shot and/or mutilated, new hard-to-kill characters were experienced, all this is great in a Madness flash however over time the combat began to grow monotonous and unappealing: Main character walks through door, this time 4 "bad-guys" are in the room, they stand around/ move towards the character to die, death ensues, lather-rinse-repeat. I mean, at least Krinkels incorporated a large variety of weapons, different character outfits, a large array of background items other than lockers such as posters and other knick-knacks, lots of things to keep the viewer looking. Don't get me wrong, you did a great job, certainly better than most of the other Madness animations submitted, in my opinion. Next time, as a suggestion, I would trim down the combat time, add some variety, and keep doing the 3D animation thing. Loved it.

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