Pretty good for sprites
I have one question; what is the track playing when Alpha first meets Flamey? My nostalgia is failing me!
Normally sprite things are done badly and look terrible when they do, but this is really good work!
So so funny
At first I thought this was going to be really bad, but I took it on its merit and found the thing as a whole very funny. The graphics were so incredibly cheap it was brilliant (a rarity), and the sound was pretty good too. The cast seemed almost randomly picked; Kramer and the stick, thumbs up. And the Tenacious D fusion was genius.
A little disappointed
The file size is massive, leading me to believe it would be much longer. Somewhere you will need to compress something to bring it down. The animation was OK, and the overall graphics were pretty decent, but everything else was a little suspect. Personally I could have done without the "walking loop", it got tedious. Perhaps for that section have the character moving slightly up and down in the centre, while the background gradually gets lighter from the left. This will convey the sense of a longish walk without looking repetitive. You've got the beginnings of something pretty good, but it wasn't quite there yet. Keep at it by all means though.
The kind of thing stoned-up mates would play with for hours at a hash party and NEVER get bored with. I'm easily pleased by purty patterns and swirly colours. I like it a lot.
I know this is a bit later than all the other reviews but I've been away from NG for quite a while.
This game is so good; it's actually a whole Flash RPG which is rare to find anywhere, let alone NG. Many thumbs up for your superb efforts; it wasn't time wasted.
Having recently completed it, I discovered you pillaged nearly all my music for this game, which I find pleasing to say the least, knowing I've been able to help someone create their game. It's a warm fuzzy feeling.
Not really anything I can fault this game on either; the difficulty was challenging but not impossible, it kept me playing to the end, and the interface was intuitive too. I reiterate this is a very good game that I think should have scored a little higher than it has. My hat is off to you.
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Keep ripping it out of those chavs for us; diamond job son innit tho!
Pretty similar to the original, but that makes it all th better for me: this isn't a track that can be easily fiddled around with.
As for Heresaspoon, if he even knew the first thing about musical composition, he would be able to tell that a hell of a lot more than simple MIDI modification is at work here.
MIDI stands for Musical Instrument Digital Interface, which uses your computer's inbuilt soundcard to generate the sounds. Unless you are using actual audio loops or playing music in using an instrument (besides a keyboard hooked up to your computer) it will likely be MIDI at play anyway. What has been suggested is that you opened a MIDI file, twiddled a few settings, and re-exported it as audio. This is NOT the case. Good job dude on this anyway, the loop didn't get grating, which is always a plus.
Almost perfect copy
obviously it's incredibly difficult to add your own twist to a piece of music that only uses a piano, so I couldn't care less if it sounds nigh identical to the original. Why did such a girly villain have such evil theme music? Am I the only one who thought Kuja may have been female? Seriously, those of you who can replay this game, check him out in the FMV after you fight Beatrix on disc 1 and tell me he's not. Anyway I digest...
Top marks for recreating Evil effectively.
Yeah, I agree with what you think...
It's really difficult to find some of the more esoteric songs sometimes, just like this. Like a lot of people, I think this this is such a catchy tune, and is underheard. Good job in picking something that isn't heard often.
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