I am not allergic to raisans.
All I have to say my good fellow is....brilliant, simply brilliant.
Excellent. The makout session is I am sure a reference to Ian McKellenÂ´s homosexuality.
The music initially played at the start-up screen was enough to give me a little faith in the game as well as the first few stages played. The concept was fun but it did lack a little incentive to continue playing. In essence it was a watered down Robot Unicorn Attack with a tune that was less infectious with it's melodies and a gameplay/concept that was half-baked. Like another user said, go back to the workshop for a bit and spice it up a bit, maybe give it a little more thought and you will do well.
Thanks for feedback! Honestly, we didn't even know about Robot Unicorn Attack until yesterday. Really appreciate the game-play critique.
Even if this type of game is extremely clichÃ© playing it does provide a good dose of entertainment; various enemies and weapons, increasing levels of difficulty as the game progresses, accumulation of points and capital, etc. Visually the game provides a good appeal and works well with the game play although the game is lacking an extra touch; something that will make the player continue to play and waste the hours away. This may come from the fact that this genre is, again, clichÃ© and possibly the fact that it is lacking a substantial storyline besides the brief narrative at the beginning. The most enjoyable facet, personally, was the sound design; including the texturally pleasing ambience. All in all there is great potential in "you" to create other worlds through flash games; don't give up.
Buckethead you have children?
yes, quite yes indeed! >:(
I saw there were no comments on this piece so I thought I would give you some feedback (being an artist myself I know it is helpful to receive feedback). The way you manipulated the textures and colours her skin seem as if she was created from an amalgam of light, wind, and liquid as if she has transcended humanity and become something more. The moist surface of her eye gives the impression of reflection and life; it is almost as if she is watching the blinding sunrise of another world and the light begins to engulf her and her surroundings. I very much enjoy this piece (as you can tell ;) and would love to see you continue to create. Regarding your specific technique of smudging,it has intrigued me and I might start to incorporate such techniques as well. 5/5 all the way.
Someone has a boo-boo.
Have you been watching my life?
From: Beyond the Grave
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