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Coffee, boy! Coffee, boy!

Rated 5 / 5 stars


SiW auf Newgrounds!?
Jetzt ist die Seite endlich vollständig.
Schade nur dass das englischsprachige Publikum nie verstehen wird, was es da grade gesehen hat und welche 3P1CN3S55 ihm dabei entgangen ist, ha!
Ich bin seit langer Zeit überzeugter SiW Diehard, aber nicht-Deutschsprachigen den Humor nahezulegen hat nie funktioniert, klarer Fall von unüberbrückbaren kulturellen Differenzen.
Es ist wohl eher sowas wie ein Insider für SiWheads.
Schade drum, denn die Animationen sind super, auch wenn man sieht dass es in einem Speeddrawing Stil entstanden ist, oder grade deshalb.
Untertitel wären eventuell hilfreich gewesen, damit zumindest klar wird worum es geht, normalerweise macht sich kaum einer die Mühe die author's comments zu lesen.
Ach, und ich hab das "Junge" immer mit "Dude" übersetzt, aber das nur am Rande.
So, 10 Sterne und ein Klick auf den FIVE button weil du Jean Luc und seinen Kaffee nach Newgrounds gebracht hast.
Und jetzt t'schickt es aber langsam, Junge, echt.

Hildebrandt responds:

OMFG, dein Review treibt mir die Tränen in die Augen!
Ich bin ein Verehrer des notorisch aggressiven Jean Luc P. und ebenfalls eingefleischter SiW- Fan... Junge, Scheiße, die Resonanz ist hier so schlecht dass ich jedem hier ein Mopped ins Kreuz werfen könnte!
Das hätte ich mir zwar vorher denken können, aber es ist schon als Erfolg verbucht, dass EIN deutschsprachiger kulturbewusster Mensch meinen Cartoon gesehen hat! DANKE!
(Oh, ja, und dude wäre besser gewesen... aber watt solls... isch mach ma Kaffee... schwarz und lecker...)

The Lizard Vortex The Lizard Vortex

Rated 5 / 5 stars


Thank you for that fast paced humour, you sick demented fiend.

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Patrick Patrick

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Snakes are moar fun when yer drunk

I puked a little when speakonia said Ireland :O
But it's cool cause it was from having fun, so

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biblo responds:

Speakonia didn't say Ireland

Recent Game Reviews

Ray Quest Ray Quest

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Nice lunch breaker!

It's a solid shooter for when you just want a good distraction without too much effort, great job!
What I really liked was your ship and enemy design. Most games of that sort don't bother too much with looks, but here one can see the effort.
The level with the islands and the sea was killer, since after the second "Tron-like" city I expected something even darker. But it was like on vacation, and you even put some sharks in :D
I'm gonna five it, but only give nine stars because of one annoying thing:
the game is keyboard based, so your hands rest there. However, after each stage you gotta reach for the mouse and klick on "next level". That sucked, a simple space bar hit would have done it.
But overall, cool game!

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Red Code 2 Red Code 2

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Quick rundown of my impressions...

... so you might bother to read it at all.

- Much production effort is visible, likewise in coding and art.
- General feeling to the situation of critical survival works.
- Lots of upgrades, strong urge to explore them, especially the idea
of type change at a certain level.

- No checkpoint feature, failing ingame = intense experience of real life frustration.
- Grenades have separate loading bar
as one needs to switch between weapon mode of choice and grenades
why no separate quick fire key for panic situations?
- While jumping you can't possibly see where you jump.
- The "moving on the ground" bosses equal a scource of almost certain death.
- The great concept of weapon type change at a point of upgrade totally
compromises game progress as some are actually downgrades.
- 1 man vs alien onslaught = yay.
1 man and his hologram vs alien onslaught = meh.
- Main character = Master Chief from Halo.
Aliens = Arachnoids from Starship Troopers.
Taking designs from other scources = big foul.

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The ballad of Ketinetto 3 The ballad of Ketinetto 3

Rated 5 / 5 stars


Ow man, Monkey Island memories!
I've got to admit, I haven't really played this yet, since it's part three and I decidet to start from the first. Just played a bit past the intro and was totally swept away by the Guybrush feeling it had to it.
The way the mouth moves while talking, the font type, the touch of the jokes, the caribbean piratey feeling, even the musik (or IS it the music of one of the games? I only know part 1 + 2 so I can't tell) fits.
This alone passes as a job well done so the 10 isn't that premature (at least I hope so).
Ok, now I guess it's time to get to part 1 and start indulging myself in the memory of good ol' days.

edifede responds:

Thank you! I am a big fan of monkey island too :)
In Ketinetto I wanted to recreate the spirit of the old adventure games.

I have composed the musik with some "monkey" influence : )


Recent Audio Reviews

Monkey disco Monkey disco

Rated 4 / 5 stars

How could you...

Really liked your take on this and you carried it out until 1.10.
But then, what's that at the end? Just didn't work to such an awesome main part, arg.
I know that digging up a buried wife is a nasty thing to pull off.
You totally should return to this. Get the dance feel of the main thing, make it longer and add 1 or 2 variations and you got yourself a hit.
Well, fived anyways.

Where Oak And Skyline Meet Where Oak And Skyline Meet

Rated 5 / 5 stars


That is one wonderful piece of Metal.
I downloaded your stuff a long while ago since NG legally gives that option.
Now I return to tell you of my appreciation.
I love Epic Melodic Black, but there's lots of crap out there.
Your work hit the nerve instantly and that's some very rare occasion.
Same goes for "In Fields of Morning Frost".
I put this on my mp3 player from time to time although I change its content quite often. I somehow won't get rid of it. You folks are doing some quality shit here.
Have you new material coming up?
If so, feel free to PM me, I'd love to check it out!
Cheers, Z3p. \m/

P.S. 2 reviews - Why is this so overlooked?