Awesome. I like your take on madness, and the RPG theme was especially interesting.
To be honest with you though, I think there are quite a number of flaws, such as the plot. Most of the parts were almost unnecessary , considering that most of the characters are slightly overpowered, and the boss fight, well, it was kind of disappointing as I was hoping of some sort of badass RPG style beatdown. The animation itself was pretty fluid, although I do have to remind you that people don't usually just stand there while watching you load your weapon (or spells,whatever xD)
Nevertheless, there are quite a few things that make this animation worth watching.The music, for example, was well synced. The custom sprites made it a lot more interesting, and i can see that you've put a lot of effort in the spell-casting animations. The "conversations", along with a few parts of the animations were simple, yet they boosted the humor factor and was a huge plus.
Overall, although it wasn't the best animation I've seen so far, the effort you put in was definitely worth the five stars,and I hope to see more from you in the future. :D
Thanks for your detailed review. Our next episode will be better :)
Madness Day 2015 just got a whole lot better. I'm amazed.
Awesome storyline and great animation, though did it ever occur to you that no-one actually died from lung cancer? xP
Not bad,although the physics system is grinding my gears. You can only change directions when in contact with the ground,which makes direction changing in the air almost impossible.
But still,not bad.
Thank you, I'm still very new to Unity since my dream has always been to make games and script so I will see if I can get some better physics such as air turning and air acceleration.
Whoa,this is just amazing :O
It's funny how a bunch of pixels could tell such a deep story.
Thank you~ ^_^
Not bad, had a few glitches/bugs here and there, but I love the gameplay C:
I've gotta say, your voice reminds me of the documentaries I watch on TV. You should get a job as a narrator! :D
I haven't known much about the NG history nor the FBI (partly because of the fact that newgrounds itself is actually older than me), but you've definitely got me interested to know more about it.I think I'll spend a couple more hours on the web searching for it . C:
Aww, thank you! Nah, you won't find much on that, unless you pour over the FBI's public records. In the mid-to-late 90's, a lot of people who used file sharing (via FTP sites) had their computers confiscated if they had a lot of music or even a scrap of kiddie porn.
A lot of people weren't careful with what was uploaded to their computers... back then, you had to upload, more than you downloaded, to get a song or a crappy video. It was a crude way to build a database worth going to. By the time the upload/download ratios were becoming more even, the FBI just started taking computers. Some were charged with crimes, some weren't.
Anyway, it really paved the way for stuff like Napster, so the surviving files could be shared more easily, and with little to no ratio limits. It also acted as a kiddie porn firewall, and that was a relief.
(p.S. could i get the link of the crack? I can't find it D: )
Lol thanks, but after installing it I removed the link from the favorites list D:
Woah, this is absolutely mind-blowing!
Haha, get it? "Mind-blowing"?
(Also, I'm doin' pretty fine lately, thanks for asking!)
Dem Demon stylin' it up again with that manly ponytail. B)
Now that's a comment I didn't expect. Doing good I hope :)?
Shuuush, it's okay. Don't listen to Zaracam, you're really pretty C:
And tasty too. Taste like chicken...
Hurry up and put this monster in this oven while you have him around your arms!
*Grastrad runs away*
Yyyyup! He won't trust you anymore.
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