I like your art style, the clean crisp backgrounds in particular. As for the flash itself, it's a short, short. So content wise there really isn't much there, but it wasn't terrible. Despite the fact that it is in essence an entire flash based solely upon one incredibly lame pun. It wasn't incredibly funny or anything, but it's worth a chuckle or at the very least a smile I suppose.
For a quick and simple Halloween flash, it was really OK.
For your first try that truly isn't too bad at all. It's very simplistic, but everyone has to start somewhere and it's simplicity was actually rather effective stylistically to a certain extent. And of course, Mad World is an amazing song so you can't really go wrong, though I would like to hear the Tears for Fears version a little more often these days, but I digress; a very good start to flash making. Good luck in the future should you attempt bigger and bolder things.
So Zeldox is the new prozak or what? Product placement aside, the actual animation is pretty decent in its own right. It had a nice flow and a quirky unique style to it, which made it interesting to watch. The music went very well with the whole ambient of things as well. Good job on this and it was more entertaining to watch then you seem to think.
Really cool game
I'm generally not a big fan of flash games, but I find that this one really succeeds in what is attempts to do. The mood that it sets is really cool as advertised and the relaxing ambient trance that it luls you into is pretty impressive. Simplicity of game play is something I consider to be of utmost importance for most flash games and this is definitely that. Yet that being said it does become challenging at higher levels. The graphics are well enough done, but it is definitely the sound that really makes this game, the music in particular.
Not going to lie, the last review gave me a chuckle. It's pretty high praise for a flash game when someone's big problem with it is that there is so much depth of content that they want hints and tips on how to beat it.
Anyways, I loved the idea of several mini games incorporated in a larger scale rpg type of game. The graphics were bang on too, they really provide a modern contemporary art sort of feel, while staying true to the classic old-school rpg game stylistically. I'm not a big flash game fan, but I can definitely appreciate all the work that goes into something like this and I think you have a finished product here to be proud of. Kudos and best of luck in the future yo.
well haven't you put a big old smile on this developer's face :)
This was a very good sim, however the controls are a little awkward, with the having to push down on the up arrow all the time and all. I found it a little difficult to push the keys fast enough to make it sound like the actual song intended, maybe if I had a second hand it would have gone smoother, but whatever, no big loss. The graphics were mediocre with the stick figure and the guitar, they were just visually appealing enough to work, you don't need anything to flashy for something like this.
Anyways I really like this idea, even though it is a little primative right now, but it is a great concept and is well worth a 5.
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