I like this more than I should...
does that mean I'm an awesome person? :D
Your animation is always incredible and this one is no exception. Your art style is clean and easy to look at, and the animation is as always very smooth. The music fits very well with the video, and gives it this distinct indie feel that really sets this apart from other music videos and allows it to simply be what it is; an entertaining and adorable animation. It's obvious that a lot of work was put into this, considering that all the artwork was done by hand.
Amazing work, I Fight Dragons should be proud to have this as the music video for one of their songs.
Amazing animation and atmosphere
Your animation style is amazing, and it's obvious you put a lot of effort into this. The characters and the atmosphere are engaging, the music also fits it very well. Overall it's an amazing piece, certainly impressive for your first submission (congratulations on that), and absolutely deserving of front page.
My only critique would be that it's very short. The ending occurs before you want it to, and there isn't really any sort of climax or closure to this fascinating world that you've created. I'd love to see you create a more full-length version of this in the future.
Thanks for the review dude, i'm glad you liked it but i don't know if i'l be building on this concept any further. Most likely try something completly different next time.
anyhoo, take care & thnx again ^^
I really enjoyed this, it was just excellent. The graphics were great, the animation was smooth and crisp, and the effort put into that really showed during the cut scenes. The game play was very good, what really set this aside from other turn-based strategy games were the minigame type things used for executing an action. That was really unique to this game, and I thought it was just really clever. The sound effects were also of great quality, especially the voice acting and music, which I thought fit the game really well. The only critique I have is that, as others have said before, the campaign is far too short. The multiplayer option was a nice addition to distract from the less-than-ideal length of the campaign, but it didn't really feel like enough to maintain a good replay value for this game.
Overall, I thought it was great, but it missed being perfect by an inch. Add a campaign expansion and maybe a little something to the multiplayer and this could definitely go places.
Don't you need to be popular to sell out?
Honestly this is just a promo that was given the title of a "game". If you're going to do a flash promo for a TV show, at least make it related to the show in some way...and somewhat entertaining. The background was decent...I'll give you that much, but the "stickman" wasn't even very well animated.
Fun but too easy
I had a lot of fun playing this, it's certainly one of the better RTS games on Newgrounds. There were a good amount of factories and units to build to keep it interesting. My only complaint is that it's way too easy, I could've gotten a monkey to play this and it still would've won every game. That sort of ruins the replay-value of the game, so I'd suggest adding a difficulty setting, especially for the survival mode.
Survival mode is supposed to make you lose at some point, but in this case I could've just let the game sit for hours and I still wouldn't have taken any damage. Other than that, it's a brilliant game.
Maybe a bit too relaxed?
The song has a very smooth and relaxed feel to it, and that's extremely important with a smooth jazz song such as this. But it didn't really go anywhere, I could understand if this was a loop or was being used specifically as background music for a video or something, but as far as just listening to music goes I just found this to be fairly boring. It has a great feel and beat to it, you just have to take it someplace. As a rule of thumb I should be able to distinguish the beginning of the song from the end, and in this case I couldn't.
You've got a nice and smooth progressive trance feel with this. I can't say it's incredibly unique, but what I really felt set it apart from the crowd was the excellent use of the vocal tracks. They weren't the star of the show, and it worked really well having them compliment the smooth beat of the song.
Amazing work, I gave you a well deserved rating of 5.
I don't like the voice
The songs are very well done, but the singer sounds like a more annoying version of Bob Dylan. Maybe it's just me, but I don't like the voice at all.
Your idea got me slapped.
But it was funny as hell.
What'd you use to make this? It sort of looks like watercolors.
You mispelled 'were', it's supposed to be we're. Other than that it was a great picture.
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