It's like you made this just for me!
I want to see more of this world. This film's abstract and Lynchian milieu works very well, but I'm sure the intention was to make the audience want to know more about what's going on. In my case, it worked splendidly. I want to learn more about this nebulous, porcine society in which humans apparently exist in some form.
If you're the type to reply to comments, please reply me this: Have you read BAAA?
P.S. Just because the film festival didn't work out doesn't mean you shouldn't try for other film festivals. You have a special vision here and that's all it takes.
In answer to your question: No I haven't. But something tells me it involves sheep.
It doesn't work.
Which protect them 'til they... [PLAY]
'Til they WHAT?! I'M DYING TO FIND OUT!
Cat Face has a charm to him that is somehow rare in Flash characters. I suppose it's the fact that you might *almost* see him on Nick Jr., but then you notice he's floating with his enormous head and you realize something's horribly wrong.
Also, the montage of waspstung paw fun was great.
Far too easy. I played with the Necromancer and just attacked with my strongest attack repeatedly. I never defended, I never used in game items (I increased my vitality once and my magic once and that's it), and I never even came close to losing a match.
Showing video ads between levels is also a bad point. Players should be rewarded for finishing levels, not made to sit through commercials. And when I beat the game, I got a "You Won" screen and that's it. Very little sense of accomplishment.
Likely the best game based on a movie ever.
I think I laughed out loud more at this game than any other I've ever played. There's the possible exception of Paper Mario 2, but Paper Mario 2 was much longer so the laughs were more spread out. This game I was laughing constantly.
The fanservice is fantastic; the fact that you start the game with $6 million shows you really went all-out with the in-jokes. And the more fantastic elements and departures from the movie not only make sense, but make the movie make more sense. Suddenly "Do you understand life?" becomes meaningful.
Unlike Human Centipede: The Game and Tremerz, this game doesn't just use the movie as a gimmick. It's the full-out game the movie deserves and more. Thank you for creating a wonderful experience.
I'm surprised that so many people consider this accurate, as I didn't consider it to be very much so at all. There was also no real explanation of what was going on in each test, even after the quiz was over. The determining of the average of the numbers at least deserves some explanation.
The "bagels and orange juice" also seemed to be somewhat of a ripoff of (or perhaps just homage to?) the promise of cake in Portal. In fact, the whole questionnaire is rather similar to the one on Portal's official website.
Overall, I have to give the dissenting opinion that the game is rather uninspired. 6/10 because it at least kept my interest.
It looks swell, except her right arm seems to bend in the wrong place. I also feel like it would be better if the outline thickness didn't change abruptly at the end of the neck. I do really like the color scheme.
Sharpie and pen.
I very much love this, yes. Creepy and slightly precious in a way.
What are the odds?
I was just listening to Io Perry's "Valentine" when I came across this.
...Crap, it's over. Now I have to put on "No Children" to keep the theme going.
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