"Wait! There's no monsters in Indiana Jones!"
..........there's a SHIT load of things in this video that AREN'T in Indiana Jones. You should have left out the "There's no monsters in Indiana Jones!" comment. Other than that I felt like I was watching one of those stick fight movies, but just in another context. It was boring and didn't offer anything new, but the name "Indiana Jones". It's kinda like the movie Dances With Wolves and The Last Samurai. The EXACT same movie and concept, just a different situation. I will, however, award points for smooth animation, that's about it though.
I just have to say that DarkWiccan23's review had to been the most indepth and brilliant review I've ever read. I agree with DarkWiccan23's review. DarkWiccan neither condemns or aproves, he mearly states what is. The way of Jeet Kune Do.......I'm a big bruce lee fan, sorry.
Despite of the negative things people have to say about this animation, I for one thought it was great. You did a great job with this animation and would actually like to see it become a series like your "Salad Fingers" series. This animation is like something you'd see on "Adult Swim" on Cartoon Network. This animation definately has its own style of humor and art. Burnt Face Man has a lot of random humor (my favorite kind of humor) in it and I love it. Yo Mr. Firth, don't listen to all the negative things people say about your hard work, there are many many people out there who have no idea of the hard work, dedication, persistance, and love that go into these creations and completely shun them if they don't pertain to THEIR taste in art rather than seeing the movie for what it is (as you mentioned in your "Author's Comments"). I, as a fellow animator, know of the work involved and can appreciate animations for what they are rather than compairing everything to everything. Believe me Newground fans, it's harder than it looks...so be a little more appreciative..cause remember, he animates for YOU, for your entertainment. So anyway, keep up the good work, keep em' comin, and just continue to do what you love man, peace out!
Well, I must applaude your creative "out-side the box" thinking towards this game. It's definately a game going in it's own direction, I'm not sure if it's the right direction, but definately it's own. The game lacked entertainment and entertainment is a HUGE HUGE aspect in any game or movie. This game provided the experience of "Passing a stage for the sake of passing a stage". There was no plot or reason to beat a level. Thus, the above experience. The music didn't help either. You move around the game bored with this outrageously horrible music screaming at you in the background that once again has you asking yourself, "why am I still playing this game?"....I'm not tryin to be mean, it's just that although this game is definately going in it's own direction and could very well have much much potential, it needs a LOT of work if you want the public to enjoy themselfs playing your game.
This game is actually quite unique in its own way. If I had to vote on the style of this game, I would vote quite high, but if I had to vote on gameplay, I would vote extremely low. You got talent but the gameplay is what ruines it. The monsters attack way too fast, there isn't enough time to actually attack them. The health bar is way too small. You don't start off with enough life, you must compinsate for the extremely hard game. You must give a large amount of health. I lasted literally around 30 seconds. So all in all, its a game going in its own direction, but the gameplay seriously needs working on.
You have a good point. and yah I realized this, and the sequel is a lot slower and the enemies' attacks look a lot more realistic. Thanks for the review, like ur movies.
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