Smooth, humor not pushed, actual plot, simple and effective animation... I loved it!
''What did you just call me?''
Keep the projects coming!
What's the name of the menu song?
It's the same song as in Grindhouse's intermissions... what is it??
It's something I got off the Kill Bill soundtrack, I forgot what the exact title is.
If I could give 11...
Simply put, one of the best flashes I have ever seen.
Clean, synchronized, minimalist, varying, fresh, trippy...
Nearly a religious experience :P
Please check out my music in the audio portal! Even though it is not exactly the same style, I would be honored for you to make flash animations with any of my songs. Feel free to review also :)
lags on slower computers, on the first night you get the chainsaw when you switch weapons between the chainsaw and whatever you have, the chainsaw sound effect keeps going, make a really exhaustive end animation and bonuses.
That's all I found.
Wonderful game. I loved it.
arno, je t'ai donné plus de review que n'importe qui d'autre, fak la c juste pour te dire: t'aurais pu fix up look sharp les bugs avant dle mettre sur ng! mais on s'en fou, yé accepté. YÉÉ! good job.
Game game game
MED UR NAME ISNT PAUL
I liked the game:) (My comments are as deep as the game is.)
Tell me you're playing...
Damn nice job! Love how you loosely integrated Chopin into hiphop... I'm not too crazy about the repetitive noise like a large metal door closing shut though, but keep it up :)
oh and the title of my review, ''tell me you're playing'', is because I really appreciate when instrumental samples and hooks are actually played by real people on real instruments if you know what i mean... not a fan of artificial sound :)
there's irony in the very existence of this piece
if at least you had writing and rapping skills, this piece might pass as simply arrogant.
now it's just plain annoying.
whateva mang, your shit aint any better than ours, so you aint puttin me down.
melodic and expressive
the AKAI drum loops i find are too present in the song and, unavoidably, are just drum loops!
I for one am a fan of live recording as opposed to digital filling... the guitar was great!
Please review some of my stuff!
Hello ghetto-biba! Thanks for checking out my music and for critics about drums..
i often choose to use drum loops because they sounds a lot much "live" (well, they are) than sequenced.
Where i need, i use the "Fruity Slicer" plug-in so i can split the loop into a lot of parts and play them separately (adding more snares, cymbals etc..)!
So i would say i'm in between a live recorder and a digital filler ;)
I'll check your stuff, cheers.
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