Excellent set up here. Great expressions on both characters and with such simple timing and premise you do an excellent job of world building in a rather brief amount of time. A few parts seem as though they are strawmen sketches that could warrant a bit of polishing, but personally I actually liked the unfinished nature of those scenes.
God I missed this series
Cant wait to see what was done with the other two episodes.
While the old ones had a certain charm that this new style is lacking, the humor is still there and its still a great flash.
The bloopers were a great new touch.
And I like this a lot
So great to see some original flash every so often
Excellent writing, great animation. The whole premise was just all around wonderful and refreshing from the usual stuff one has to dredge through to find a gem like this. I don't give 10s often, but this sure as shit deserves it.
Pretty run of the mill srpite movie. Only difference was the video intro and the slight presence of a more unique story. But everything else was tried and true sprite style. Nothing new there.
Really? I thought it was pretty unique in that it held to the standards of the game mechanics unlike all other sprite animations. Granted that is both a weakness and a strength but I've never seen it done before.
Flawless writing, great idea, excellent execution. Something original for once. Thank you so much for this fresh new idea with original song writing that doesnt completely suck. Mad props to you.
Excellent clever way to show a variety of different terms with a simple single medium. Amazing what a small grouping of objects strategically positioned can portray.
I'm laughing my ass off and don't really know why.
The weakest one of the series.
The animation wasnt nearly as pretty as the other installments, or perhaps it was run of the mill and expected.
As for the story, you tell to much instead of showing it, a good visual story teller can convey as much through images as they can through words. Telling the audience every tiny little thing that a character is thinking is fine for books, but not for animations. Instead of saying "he was sad" show it or imply it visually or metaphorically. It's much more satisfying to know whats going on without having to be told. Figuring out what the authors intentions were rather than being told what they are lets the viewer feel more like an active participant who has just been rewarded with knowledge rather than a child being led by the hand.
While i can understand the need to make sure that certain concepts get across, simply stating them in a narration is a bit of a cop out and a sign of poor writing.
This made my week
I miss the days of these kinds of flash, ones where writing and comedic timing mattered more than sequels, flashy frame by frame, celebrity pop culture references, cameos, video game parodies and intentionally poor animation that is too poor to be good.
Instead you created this gem. With original jokes, few cliches, and a retouching of the hilarity of collaged faces and their humanely subhuman expressions this flash opens up the perfume filled time capsule of better days when original thought actually mattered.
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