You're improving a lot on your Poninjas animations. Since I see you don't want to put violence or blood in these animations, I'm a little more forgiving on this review. However, even if you don't want violence, it gets boring quickly, since it's too short and the main ninja is like invincible. Normally, this wouldn't bother me, but when he doesn't even get hurt, that kind of blew me off. In Madness and Bunnykill, the protagonist at least got hurt a bit. Since there's absolutely no way the ninja can be wounded, it creates less suspense and bores me. Also, you promised Poninjas Seven soon. Well it's about 7 YEARS now and there's not a seventh episode in sight. Still, these episodes gradually get more action in them. In the end, this is a good flash and I can't wait for the next episode to come out, because at the rate you're going, this is gonna turn into an amazing series (Well, if you're continuing the series, of course).
Impressive, but still needs work.
There are a couple reasons why Bunnykill and Madness are more worth watching than this. First of all, everyone dies in one hit, which is fine with me, but they die in like two seconds except the boss who dies in five. The slow motion effect was cool, but their are only a few enemies. I mean seriously, only eight enemies? In Madness and Bunnykill there are at least 30 to defeat. Also, with the lack of enemies, this video ends quickly and there are no super cool movements unless you're talking about the slow motion effect. Also, everyone has the equal amount of skill, unlike in Madness and Bunnykill, where each enemy has different attacks and powers. The dissapearing effect was pretty neat, but the fact that it's a madness tribute without blood makes it plain boring. I know you want to add in the cute effect, but if you look at Bunnykill, the characters are cute, but there still is blood. Overall, I guess you could call it a decent Madness tribute, but it was filled with too much cuteness and not enough fighting. If you could actually add in other characters other than just the main ninja, then it might improve some more also. It's a very good series if you're looking for a more nonviolence related movie to Madness and Bunnykill, but overall it should have more fighting for it to be a Madness tribute.
Well, I guess it was an OK flash.
There were a few areas that needed improvement. For one, half the challengers never got killed, but Mindchamber somehow made it to the final battle, even though there were tons of heros uninjured left. Darnell, Hank, Larry, Captain and Steve, and Blue Knight (Castle Crashers) never really died. In fact, they were barely injured which is a surprise to how Mindchamber had been defeated by the Tankmen's cannon. Thus this makes this video completely confusing. Steven (The Time Fcuk person) looks like a stack of LEGOs, but Hank and the Zombies looked cool. Pico ends up sounding like Sonic the Hedgehog and Larry, for some reason, is going in slow motion against the zombies. The medals were very fun to get and that was pretty much the highlight of this game. The original idea was pretty creative and the introduction was really cool, but the rest of it was basically confusing. Maybe adding in a commentary would help some more. This movie was pretty decent, but it could be a whole lot better.
Really neat art style and excellent gameplay and puzzles. The music really pleases the ears and the levels feel unique and fun. The cutscenes were smooth and wonderfully animated and the storyline was surprisingly in depth. I loved every second of it and my only complaint is the main character herself. She walks freakishly slow. I spent more time waiting for her to hurry up than I ever wanted to. Then, there's the issue of how awkward she looks as she jumps from platform to platform. Plus, the clues are practically useless, with some minor exceptions. Overall, I have to say this is a fantastic game with a wonderful soundtrack and story along with lots of exploring to do and neat puzzles that I spent over two hours on. This is time well spent.
No matter how much I love the humour of the original :the game:, I always wished for more gameplay options. This threequel answered my complaints. There is a bucketload of content in this meaty package. Everything sounds and looks great. I have seen few games with as much effort in these seemingly unneccisary areas. Every level is filled with uniqueness and demonstrates our crazy world. Besides the main story to worry about, there are plenty of challenging achievements to try your hand at and a lengthy character creation set. Many people are worried that this new installment is not funny enough, and I will say firsthand that they are dead wrong. Lots of creativity is involved and the extra tid-bits make this a masterpiece. Thank you, once again, for making a game that I actually enjoyed all the way through. You might get this a lot, but I'd appreciate it if you make a sequel. Our world has a lot going on and if its all crammed into a single game, I'm gonna freak and you're the perfect guy to create it. Thanks man and hopefully this becomes a finalist for the Newgrounds Tank Awards 2011, since EVERYONE knows William and Sly 2 will win hands down. Keep up the masterful work, dude.
Pure art game indeed.
Original games like this don't just come out every day. You start off without knowing who, what, or where you are, and only some text is there to help you. However, if you play it right, you'll realize that, basically, you have to do the opposite of everything he says. The level titles are big hints on what to do and what NOT to do. The graphics are great, though I've seen better, playing the game is fun and the controls are responsive, and the sound is fairly good, though there isn't any music. Replaying the game for medals and different endings can help this become a lasting game, but you're mainly trying to win the game for bragging rights. The ending boss is amazing and challenging and really puts your puzzle-solving skills to the test. Overall, this was a risky take, but you've managed to create it into the best game of 2010 on Newgrounds and that means a lot. Great work!
Now this is what I call an amazing song.
Holy cow! This song is catchy with no annoying bugs inside it. The best part is that this song lasts six full minutes, so it almost seems neverending. The beginning was really catchy and dragged me into the song. Then the middle was still going strong with the amazing chants in the background and the awesome remix. The ending was so cool when the song started getting higher, but it was still the same chorus and then it slowed down to bring the amazing song to an end. This has to be one of the most outstanding song in the whole universe! The title was super creative and this song should be featured in tons of video games and flashes, because no song I've ever encountered was as good as this. This is now my new favorite song in all of Newgrounds and I hope more amazing songs will be created by you in the future! Keep up the good work!
This should be the official newgrounds song!!!
The introduction was amazing and made me think this is going to be a great song. When I listened some more, I heard the importance of the moderators and admins. Then the second section began and I heard a regular tune for the neutral aura with beautiful drumwork, some beautiful voices in the background, and violins. In the third section, the dark aura was described and many evil chants were heard as well as some evil music. In the fourth section, the music was crazy, just like how someone would do it when in rage. The fifth section was peaceful and describing the happiness of Newgrounds users. The final section was also very peaceful, but this time with mor peace than before. I loved all the sections and how the music described each section amazingly. Keep up the great work with your audio, MaestroRage!
Finally You Do Another Good Song!!!
OMGZ!!! Your audio isn't very good. It's either a stupid star wars loop that hurts everyones ears or some stupid voice loop. I thought your audio would stay like this until this came out. Dogtanian was pretty much the only great audio you came up with. However, this song is awesome!!! I can't believe that this song doesn't have a score above 3.00!!! This song is awesome. This was a huge improvement from the original song and Saza: Destroy the World! wouldn't have been a successful game without this song. Keep making awesome 8-bit songs in the future and please no more annoying songs that hurt my ears or voice track loops. Stick with these kind of amazing songs in the future. Keep up the great work!
This is, honestly, the best portrait of Hank and friends I've seen on Newgrounds so far. The background is a tad on the dull side, but that at least doesn't distract from the beautifully woven characters' faces, clothes, weapons, EVERYTHING. It also has its own unique style, although the concept is still, as I said before, dull. One of the best illustrations out there of Madness. I am happy to say I look forward to seeing more of your work.
Coolest Drawing Ever Made By Humankind!!!
These are all the characters: Mars, Loads of Skips, Badly Drawn Snail, Lemur Tail, thumbsupplz thumb, Spider Monkey, Pork Fairy, Fusestopper, Badly Drawn Dawg of the Future, Simon the Topiarian Monster, Slick, Badly Drawn Bitch, Badly Drawn Lemur, Badly Drawn Dawg, Hamish Scagwell, Cylindrical Adventures Cylinder, Chris AKA The Impossible Quiz Cat, Spatulon, Frank, Phlovomite, Sedgewick, Splapp-Me-Do, Eye on Legs, Ponk, Right Here Right Now Evolution, Dennis the Square Tomato, and "YOU FREAK" Tomato.
Here's my review: This is absolutely the best drawing ever made by humankind! I cannot wait for your other cool artwork and flashes! I wish I had enough money to buy the poster, then I could stare at it all day long. Keep up the good work!
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