After carefully analyzing this video for the third time, I've formed a hypothesis that perhaps you were NOT actually playing the song for the entire time! For example, if you freeze the movie at 3,573 frames in, you'll notice that one of the wires in the re-assembled guitar is hooked into THE WRONG BUTTON! You can't fool us, good sir!
(Seriously though, cool video -- and I already sympathize with how many "U WHERE N0T TEH ONE PLAIYNG" comments you're going to get...)
AHHHHHHHH YOU GOT ME : (
Somehow not disappointing
Dad's Home is probably my favorite Flash movie of all time. I loaded this up with a bit of hesitation -- Parody Rangers is also among my favorites, but the second iteration was a bit of a disappointment. Perhaps when a movie draws its humor from being over-the-top ridiculous, it can be hard for the creator to top himself. Such is the humor of Dad's Home as well.
But this is amazing. The pseudo-3D animation fits the style perfectly, and the gags build upon the ridiculousness of Dad's Home without forgetting what made the humor so great in the first place.
It's hard to say if it's better than Dad's Home -- but only because I question if this movie raises the bar ENOUGH, rather than whether it raises it at all.
I enjoyed every second, and I can't wait for the continuation. In typical Newgrounds-cliche fashion, I must request that you "make more plz!!!11@"
This is probably the greatest thing I've ever seen on the Internet. I'm amazed that the tubes can fit something this cool through them.
Calling this a Super Smash Bros. rip-off would be like calling Half-Life a Wolfenstein 3D rip-off. As is the case with games like WarioWare, the genre may have been created by one game, but it's still just that -- a genre.
I saw a video for this game a while ago, and my only hope was that it would play as good as it looked. The fact that the gameplay is just as polished as the graphics speaks volumes to the amount of work that must have gone into this game.
All I can say is "congratulations" to the team behind what will undoubtedly become one of the biggest hits of the Flash world.
"the genre may have been created by one game, but it's still just that -- a genre" Exactly! I'm glad some people get it. Although I would still credit WarioWare as a unique game concept rather than a genre. But that's splitting hairs. Thanks for the review!
Perhaps it's because I'm not a ninja, but the difficulty of this game pushes the limits of possible human reaction speeds. It looks great, though.
This is probably one of the most under-appreciated games I've seen on Newgrounds. Even the developer seems to under-appreciate its greatness.
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