Can't remember the last time I immediately fell in love with a Newgrounds animation as much as this one.
Thanks so much, it means a lot to hear that!!
This 'toon spoke to me on many levels. Maybe it's because of the glorious premise and funny dog jokes, but I thought this was crunk.
This is just excellent, definitely one of the better Grump 'toons I've seen (and I've seen too many). The only thing is that it always bugs me when there's not a full lip sync, but it's more of a stylistic choice in this case, and so - honestly - I can't find any real flaws in this. You made a solid-ass Grump 'toon!
Great stuff! I love the facial expressions. And you did some clever-ass imagery.
Pretty fun! Obviously it's repetitive and a pretty basic take on a simple genre, but it's oozing with personality and humor, and it has an impressive level of polish, so it's a solid achievement for sure. It could've used a few more food items (beans and Mexican food would've been a nice touch), but the spinning takes my mind off of the small variety you've got. The amount of characters is pretty impressive though.
The only thing that truly bugs me, in all honesty, is I cannot for the life of me figure out how to get the secret achievement =.=
Well its a secret ;)
Thanks for the review! :D
You've defeated the entire purpose of the game...
The ENTIRE purpose of the original Parappa, what TRULY makes it stand out, is that you don't have to do the notes EXACTLY as they appear. You're a rapper, so you freestyle and put a variation on what you're given. Chop Chop Master Onion might say "Kick punch chop block," but you can say "kick kick punch punch chop block chop block" and gets points for originality.
On TOP of that, the button input seems to be very off, Parappa's audio doesn't vary depending on button input, and the sound effects are missing (when your rating goes up and down).
And, honestly, I see no purpose in this. Maybe if you had made the entire game into an 8-bit version I'd be able to go easier on you, but you didn't. You took the hardest level in the game, placed it by itself (out of context), and stripped it of all originality.
You've taken away the very essence of one of my favorite games, and I find this action to be completely deplorable.
Now, that being said, this isn't ALL horrible. The 8-bit art style is cool, I didn't really see any fault or cracks in the progression of the visuals, I liked the menus, and the rocket video you substituted in for the actual one wasn't too bad.
And you seem pretty talented... but that makes me wonder: why the hell are you wasting that talent on an 8-bit, flash version of a SINGLE level from Parappa the Rapper? :/
I win, bitchessss.
This is really fun, as simple as it is :D
I would've liked it more if there had been a few different levels though, or if the music didn't fade after about 175,000. Overall though, this is really fun.
Really good, feels like the original!
You did a really good job capturing the tone and feel of the original, but while making it your own, and making it something you wanna blast through your headphones! Pretty awesome.
Also, I like how it loops. It loops well.
Thanks so much for saying so dude, I really appreciate the positive feedback! :D
I had a lot of fun coming back to this song, and reminiscing on the childhood goodness that was Super Mario 64.
I'm glad you enjoyed this one bro, and I can't wait to read your next review!
You are a genius. These are the ONLY Sonic 16-bit remixes I prefer to the original stuff. You are SERIOUSLY talented, everything in these mixes comes together: the original melodies, new beats, new AND old harmonies, climaxes, transitions, and ending fades... I cannot stop listening to the Megamix series. True masterpieces.
This remix is awesome. Great beat, great pacing, great climax, it's just fantastic.
I really love your stuff man. Keep it coming.
Your Sonic ones are awesome. And I know they're not supposed to be pixelated, but I think it makes 'em look even cooler. Great work!
they are supposed to be pixelated...
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