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Mortin Ep.2 - Cellar

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This is my second episode of Mortin. This is a very strange episode. Follow Mortin through his travel through his basement. Enjoy.


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Excelent Style, So so graphics.

I love this morbid them you have in your Mortis episodes. My only gripes are that the scene where mortis is walking through the girls playroom and the scene with the mushrooms. The playroom's floor doesn't quite work, and the mushrooms are too... flat.

Your series has this omnious 'theres more going on than you know about' feel to it. Portraying Mortis as a child's doll was brilliant, and the Statue of Liberty were excellent, despite the mediocre graphic. The music fit in very well.

The way you take a regular task (turning on the the fuse box) and make it seem so surreal is amazing. I'd give this a 15 style if I could.

This series is a trip

And I like it a lot...keep it up!

hmm i didnt understand most of it but

its still an excellent flash movie
awesome sound effects and sound and the music rocks

the animation was top notch
i may not have understood it but it was still one excellent movie

excellent job

glassjaw fucking owns...

worship and tribute is one of the best cds ever made. are you catching them at warped tour? finch in playing too.

... oh, uh, and your flash was funny too. dark, twisted humor is always great.

A little hard to understand.

I didn't watch episode 1 yet, so I may have missed a few story elements, but the flash itself was fairly good overall. The number one graphical complaint was that the darkness flicker effects had my eyes hurting after a while.

Also, some of the effects weren't as effective as they could have been. For instance, the shine effects in the intro screen (with the shining tint going from one end of the object to the next) weren't really that "shiny". This is just a minor issue, though. NG is a place for improvement, too.

Keep up the good work.

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4.11 / 5.00

Mar 8, 2003
10:10 PM EST