Hah... not too bad, for a quickie...
My only gripe is that you should've left Samus' visor on when she and Luigi 'turned out the lights'. It could be flashing suggestivly, if you want.
That was... interesting...
Hey, why are you giving him all those spongebob accessories, do you want to turn the little guy gay? Hah. Well, it was okay, I guess, but adding about twice as many options would be a good move, as would allowing the 'gifts' to accumulate - if you give him a hat, it stays on until you blow his brains out. If you give him a lolly, he keeps on sucking it until you punch a couple of holes through his head.
You get the idea.
What was the point of that?
Well, what little you've got looks good... I don't get it, why would you submit something that isn't finished? And is Bowser supposed to have a gray box around him that's a different shade than the background? And why does the music keep playing long after the movie has aborted itself?
Monologue stuff is sometimes tough to pull off, but you've managed. Great job, I think you could do well if you made more stuff in the same vein.
This is great - because of that subtitle button you're so proud of (I would be too) I have an excuse to give you a 10 in 'interactivity'. These keep getting better, and I can't wait for the third.
Not as good as the second, but understandably so. I love it, and will probably fly to australia and kill you if you stop making them.
You're close. I mean, I know you're not trying to make just another salad fingers, but... there some things missing.
The graphics are good. Don't mess with them. There isn't enough tonal quality to the background music, though... dischordant music is always more unsettling than random echoey sounds scape stuff.
And as cool as all the stuff is, it isn't really coherent... once again, not to compare with Firth's movies too much (well, I guess I can blame you for that...) but even as random and weird as they are, they still make sense, somehow. You've got to add more human traits to your (his?) boy-character so that the audience will feel more invested in what's going on in the movie - random shots of him doing weird and unsettling things isn't enough. There was no intereaction, no hints about the character, other than he lives in a cool other dimension place, and likes to torture things.
One last comment - that octopus thing that he had caged up was the cutest octopus thing ever.
It's almost Firth
I really like this sort of thing - lots of scribbly lines, just enough animation, and voice-overs. Not a lot plotwise... but you obviously know what you're doing, and I'll bet your next movies going to be better than the last.
Just plain awsome.
I've loved this one forever, but... that shot of the city you use in begining... that's where I live, I swear. That's downtown portland. I'll bet if it wasn't so compressed I could point out my school.
awsome - indiana jones!
Hey, that looks great - sprites and stuff, and indi- I mean, han so- I mean, um, Harrison Ford!
And you subtitled it, and you did voice overs, and... wow, my hat is off to - oh, wait, I'm not wearing a hat. Um.
My hair is off to you! Well... okay, never mind. something. good - good something. job. yeah.
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