i love how its like you bolth are actualy useing your thoughts good game
Nice! I love when people tell about NG through flash-videos (rules, history, etc) it really makes me think that. . .Someone has a clue to what this crazy websites organizational systems work? I can finally use my whistle now, that's been lying on the couch, and staring at me as I gone through my profile. . .Thanks! Keep it up.
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Thanks for reviewing! I'm glad that I was able to clarify a few grey areas. Good luck with your whistle!
I don't see how this was the -ultimate-. Usually, an ultimate quiz would be a very long one, with all the questions from the other quiz along with some bonus questions. Although, I did enjoy the scoring system. I just wish you had a bit more before calling it the 'ultimate' anything. Other then that, the questions were a bit hard, and unlike some -other- reviewers I will not point out (Like, KrinkelsForever) it helps to have grammer, but it's not all too essential. Keep it up.
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"That's them Democrats for you." "Evil! Evviiill!"
I had a lot of fun with this soundboard-- The only complaints I could even come up with is how; when you speak, he's talking more then you think. You could fix that, maybe, if you put your curser over the button, it scrolls to the whole saying with '. . .' between the pauses. Other then that, the audio on this one was done pretty well, I just wish next time I could have a bit more one or two lettered words instead of a whole saying.
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Ok, thanks for the review.
Obviously not much of a game, but a cool way to learn a bit about NG. Unlike reading the really big history thing, this flash-thingy all about our haven, Newgrounds actually tought me something. That if I gave it a bad review, Tom would smoosh me with his mighty, awesome foot. Naw, I'm just kidding. Fist. Okay, really; all the information was correct as far as my brain capacity on the NG history has gone, and it really was a creative way to teach some of NG. Keep it goin'.
Unlike Spiderman, this movie-to-game was good!
I never really payed attention to your Paladin series. Like, I watched one or two of them and then gone off to do something else. But the game you created kinda makes me think. . .How can a flash -movie- guy do so well on a game? Oh yeah, Moonkey. But all the credit can't go to him-- You created this elite killing machine of the holy army. The Pally! Unlike on WoW, he has a bunch of powers to slay the Undead, which work out well. The graphics look great, and so does the performance of them. You had many levels, I liked how you could kick because rarely any flash games have that. . .It was fun overall. Can't wait for more.
Virus name? Pandemic II, Symptoms? Addiction.
It's nice to know that a new Pandemic game is out-- The whole point is to infect the world. Now, before I get to the whole; 'OMGMADAGASCAR' or anything like that, you have to admit; We're all trying our bums off until we kill everyone. Damn you Madagascar. I mean-- I've tried atleast eight times in the least to kill everyone-- It's not Madagascar but it's when the borders/airport/seaport's close. You see; When you get Rodent/Insects, they should obviously slip through the borders therfor fufilling our dream and making us laugh at you, Canada. Didn't think you can get infected now, didn't you? Yeah. This game is obviously addicting and fun, as you can see me taunting off countrys because I can't get to them. You heard me Cuba. Your little commie base isn't all too safe afterall. Anyway, I have a complaint about how my virus has only one symptom-- A fever. Lets say I start in Brazil, a virus that gives a fever. So after a while, almost half of the people there have a fever. . .So we close down our borders to make sure no one else can get a fever. Yes. Like how we have to shut down all trade because of a fever. >_> I'm getting ahead of myself. But the real point is, you got to have the countrys eventually break in from Air/Ship because of political means. I've had the virus with a fever, and they started to make a vaccine for it. Which is rediculous. Now, with even more crucial means would be how you don't have -ANY- symptoms and. . .The world freaks out. I have a virus with no symptoms, no visibility at all and let it go for a while with all transmissions on. No one died, but a bit got infected. Why they're burning bodys, I don't know-- But the world literally freaks out about my harmless virus that apparently is easily seen. I know, it might be a way to tell us; You have to have symptoms or else you can't spread it but; >_< Don't do that to us! The game's addicting and it hurts a lot to have a strategy like infect all with a harmless virus and then turn it into a merceless killing machine! Nagging us to play the game with a few symptoms the right way is a lot more effective. Either fix it or do that, pl0x. Other then that, the game was very addicting and fun with literate facts of symptoms and other things. Can't wait for another and find a way to ask about cleaning the leaderboard of those pesky Pandemic II sucks virus's away! >_>
Red Cell is a linear (as with most flash) stick game that moves your character through a building, in order to find the one named Caine. Although it's not as easy as it seems-- You encounter many challenges that include you to use different commands-- minigames, I would call them-- that actually make the game very interesting. It's not one of those games where the whole thing is just a huge wad of minigames, but it actually goes along with the story. You have to figure out passwords that take, even me, a large amount of time to figure out, click-to-shoot, and many more. You don't move your character through WASD or (The evil) Up, Left, Down and Right, but more of a clicking command like; 'Go to your left.' or 'Turn on NV'. That's not a bad thing-- Rarely used infact (Which in this case, is a good thing.) but overall, it does have it's faults. The graphics. . .Even though, if I may say, crappy. . .You usually don't care after a while. The graphics may suck, but the performance is intense. Some of the riddles are a bit too hard for the average player, but we all manage to figure it out (AKA, look at the first reviews. . . >_>) but even so, the game is fun. The replayability rating is actually pretty low because it's so linear-- only one ending, one way to go. . .But I hear the word sequal, so we don't have to worry about our story ending yet.
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