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Trance Pulsations

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This is the mixture of my
trance pulsation movies,
pulsating 3d graphics with some nice tunes ;D

The music will maybe stop too soon for those who have slow computers,

hope you enjoy it! and please vote nice.
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go to http://uploads.newgrounds.com/73000/73845_PuLSer_.swf

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Great concept

This was fairly weird, but quite good. I enjoy how unpredictable it is. At first, I thought it was changing to whatever my screen was on. Of course, then it would be a game. Well, you can always have games that have both. Anyway, the music was fairly good.

I like how you include different languages with text. I just appreciate how you're creative. It might have been a little bit too long. I wish I knew what the name meant. I know I've reviewed stuff like this before, but this is apparently the first in the series?

whoooooa?W:"AWG

man this thing is like trippppin the freak out of meeBTTbw?

Dude.

What have you been smoking? Cuz' I want some to. I just need to do one thing after watching this video. I need to find reality again. Nice Job

5/5
10/10

Hmmm

The animation was indeed trippy, as was probably the desired effect, but pretty limited, and at points choppy despite quality settings. I'd have to agree that, while the band may consider them self trance, it wasn't anything I'd consider trance. Despite that, the music,while not the best, was mildy relaxing..

If i didn't love tripping, and by association wasn't easily entertained by trippy animation, i probably would have scored lower. Buuuut. I do love those things.

Also i loved some of the reviews you got. made me wonder how many people falsely claim to ingest lsd.

Credits & Info

Views
59,885
Faves:
31
Votes
95
Score
4.03 / 5.00

Uploaded
Dec 20, 2002
7:01 AM EST
Genre
Music Video
  • Daily 2nd Place December 21, 2002