Good looking Brackenwood.
Since I first saw Bitey of Brackenwood, I've always had the same feeling with your movies. They are most probably the greatest looking Flash animated films ever made, that I've seen of, at least. The music is also beautifully written and interpreted, and really is appropriate for your universe. I'm convinced your work could very well be shown on TV and come up as something made by a full-fledged studio. So I'd like to congratulate you on that part.
However, the whole storytelling side is substantially lacking. While simple stories often work well, the feeling I get with yours, is that they're oversimplified for all the work you're putting into the visual side. With such talent, I even find it kind of disappointing that it is somewhat wasted with adventures that, while they would most probably please young kids, are not representative of the overall quality of your work.
Still, I see in your comments section that you are well aware of that deficient point, and I urge you in the friendliest way possible to overcome these weaknesses as fast as possible, because your talent is a real gem, and I would honestly like to see it come alive within a better structured story in the near future.
That was really great. The way you synced the music with images was almost flawless, and it was well thought.
I really love these kinds of work where everything blends so well together.
Don't give up.
And go Aphex Twin.
This is awesome.
The fact that most people don't get it makes it even more awesome. If any of you really think that this flash movie is serious, you've got to reevaluate your life.
At least, it shows who has a bit of brains.
A very good, but deeply flawed game.
I love the game. I went through it, and even more. But in the end, you really need to work more on it. The controls should be at their best with a keyboard. No matter if you want us to use an Xbox360 controller or not, you're on a PC. Meat Boy was way too sensitive, and in a game that hard, you don't want that. Plus, you really need to cut down a bit on the collision boxes, because most of the time you wouldn't even touch something that kills you, but would die anyway, and again, in a game like this, you don't want that.
As many people said, a mute button would be welcomed. And I'd suggest a bigger screen, because it is awfully small in anything larger than 1024*768.
But hey, keep up the good work, and please do something about the issues if you ever release a sequel, because your game isn't very far from being excellent.
I loved it.
A great, simple game. Very challenging, though. I just beat hard mode, and it took me way too long. Overall, a smooth game that will get you addicted for a few minutes, if not a few hours.
I love this game.
This is one of the rare flash games I keep coming back to, just to beat my high score.
Best so far is 137, though I'm sure I can beat that.
newgrounds.com — Your #1 online entertainment & artist community! All your base are belong to us.