Can not unwatch.
This short is rather odd. It makes you feel that fuzzy empty space in your brain. But what can I say? I like it. I'm not even sure what is happening at the arse end of the toon. I'm not sure if that is your fault or mine. However I simply enjoyed the surreal ride.
Will this end up as a series or will you be making anything else - you're a talented artist and it'd be a shame to see someone of your level going to waste.
Thanks so much! ^^
Oh, the guy at the arse end of the toon is Fatal1ty, arguably the world's best FPS player. He gets flung by poo. Monkeys tend to do that. Wily critters!
But the number one point of this episode is to poke fun at gamers.
I'd love to continue with the series as soon as another fuzzy brain fart enters my consciousness! Watch this space ;D
Despite voting 0...
...I think this is a wonderful parody of the half arsed University submissions we have been getting today. I enjoyed it very much. I look forward to seeing some more of your output.
It is ok.
I don't suggest playing the music from the preloader. This is a sweet little Flash though. It reminds me of David Firth's Scribbler. Was he your inspiration?
Thank you! I've never heard of David Firth though :o)
No Super Mario Bros.
This game is awful. The collision detection is not precise, the level design is awkward and the premise is flimsy. I find that the fun in a platform game is delivered when you know you misjudged a jump or have made a silly error. The invisibility gimmick is not well executed. If it was for some stealth aspect it might have been a little more interesting but the only purpose that it currently serves is to irritate with a few pointless deaths.
The graphics were bland and the run cycle of the "main character" was smooth but obviously rotoscoped - so not exactly innovative.
The music and limited sound effects make me think of Net Yaroze games but it lacks any real charm.
I suggest Manic Miner for the ZX Spectrum or Mario VS Donkey Kong on the GBA. Those games are a similar experience but done right!
Mega Drive-esque Fun
This is a sweet little game. It reminds me of the Mega Drive/Genesis games I used to play as a kid. The pixel art and chiptune music are most likely the reasons for that. I think there should be more Flash games that look and feel like this. However there are some huge flaws that really damage the gameplay. For instance when I get to the Wizard if I die I have to beat the whole of level three once again. Which is just poor game design. At least let me restart from where I last laid my egg. What is the point in implementing a custom check point system if the user can not use it to their advantage? Also perhaps you can tell me why the last boss isn't rhythm based? Did you simply get lazy or did you purposely go against your aesthetic? Perhaps that's why he is a Wizard and not a sea creature?
To anyone that might be struggling my protip: Lay your eggs just beneath the eggs that you pick up. Also the bit with the bats that everybody seems to be struggling with. After the second wave of bats finish spawning just lay another egg.
Hope the developers and the users found this useful.
An instant classic.
Typical Mausland game. So intense, so detailed, so fucking addictive. You've been one of my favourite flash artists for years and you never fail to let me down. All I can say is keep doing what you do best.
It's the fine sort of binary that wets you through
This inspires me. To do what? I'm not sure. But by Christ I'll find a use for it! Do you have a version of this without the storm effect on?
I don't have a version, but I can make one if you'd like, PM me if you want one
Thanks for the review :D
I have one constructive thing to say about this piece of music: Spell Aeris right and you might get more hits.
Nothing constructive. Just praise.
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