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Air Stike II(Preview)

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This is a just a preview to a movie that im making that is pretty close to being finished. Its about 10 scenes from the movie and about a minute long. It doesnt play in chronological order so dont expect there to be some kind of plot to this preview. Its just scenes of things and things getting blown up. The real movie will probably be around 3 minutes long and around 3 megs in size. there is no sound because im just gonna have music background anyway.
This movie is pretty graphic intensive, and several of the scenes might run really slow if your PC isnt that great. so if it starts playing really slow just turn the quality down. I submitted this movie so i could get some feedback on what you like about the movie so i can improve on the full thing. so write some reviews.

If this movie seems really slow even on low quality, i dont know what the problem is. I made it in ancient flash 4 and it says its exported at 18fps.

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pretty cool!

pretty cool but it needs sound. and speed the framework up, but hey, overall it's funny when the people got blown up and all so definetly put out the movie!

great graphics a good movie does not make...

It looked very good, maybe you should speed up the framerate in places... or something. One thing you do need, though, is Sound! :) Good work.

Great Graphics!!!

All you need are some soldiers, a story line, and lots of sound and this would be a five all the way. Good job, look foward to seeing another.

Nice art style.

You have talent, I must say.


Umm that was ok the fact it had no sound let you down it kinda reminded me of that game on PC battlefield 1942 so that is a good thing

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4.24 / 5.00

Oct 27, 2002
12:11 AM EDT