One of the Most Amazing Flash Movies I Ever Saw
Fantastic, really. I say 10 on every aspect because there wasn't necessarily much interactivity or humor, but it had the perfect amount. It was very surreal and teriffic animation. It had an extremely unique style. I really hope you finish the next ones soon and that they're as high-quality as this one.
Much Better Than I Thought It Would Be
I didn't expect too much of this, considering how many movies have been done that at the beginning seem similar, but it was great. The ending is one of the best endings I have ever seen in a sprite movie. Great job.
It was okay...
But I think it was overrated because it seems to send a message because it is about God and the world. I found it slightly funny, but overall it was very predictable. The animation was nice but could be much better. Unlike most people, I didn't find it very deep or sending a good message about God, because it didn't really say anything that hadn't been said before. It showed human nature essentially for what it was, but was not depicted in a new or original way. I think there was a movie that did something very similar in the Top 50 a while ago, but was not done for humorous effect. Anyway, apparently a lot of people really like it, so don't take my word for it. Anyone who reads this review should just form their own opinion, but from what I've seen it wasn't any new concept.
Well, it was new to me! ^_~ I can't help it if you know everything. Boredom is the price you pay for omniscience.
A Rather Good Game
I give you 10's for things like violence and humor because although there wasn't really much, there was an appropriate amount for the game.
The collision detection was a bit off, and momentum would be good, but other than that this is a really solid game.
One more question, though: if I turn off the monitor and speakers and don't control the cat, there's a chance he'll die and a chance he won't. Is the cat in an indefinite state of neither life nor death until the monitor is turned back on?
Graphics: Though they were ripped, there were problems. Mario never stopped walking, the sprites were stretched to different sizes... It just didn't really seem to fit together.
Style: It was fairly frustrating because you keep falling through the blocks, you don't need to jump on the switch to switch it, etc. A higher FPS rate would do WONDERS for this game; it seemed quite jerky.
Sound: The music went well with the game, but there weren't enough sound effects.
Violence: There doesn't really need to be much violence in a Mario game, considering it's mainly family-oriented, but you should AT LEAST make something happen, such as a noise, or turning red, when you get hit by the saw blade. The only indication that you were hit was your HP bar, which you have to look away from your character to see in most cases.
Interactivity: You should be able to do more things, like grow/shrink, or at least duck. Just walking and jumping didn't really cut it.
Humor: It doesn't have to be funny, but it just wasn't that interesting to play. Nevertheless, I played 3 times to try to beat it. It made me angry to have to start over from the very beginning if I died once, though.
Overall: Average. It wasn't a BAD game, but it could have been a lot better.
I love this game. It's a good, original concept, it runs smoothly, and is sometimes quite funny! I haven't played the original game, but I probably will when I beat this one. The password system also helps quite a bit.
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