Why are you uploading this if it is just to show a friend? Just give it to him on a USB stick or email it, Captain Logic!
I bet you're really cool in person.
A very innovative flash of the kind i've never seen before! The originality is superb, and genuinely made me smile. Perhaps a little more time could be spent on visuals, and perhaps some higher-res sounds - but well-deserving of the score I've given!
Awesome thank you. And I mainly get my sounds from Sounddogs.com but if you know how I can get cleaner sound please let me know. I have audacity but I have no idea how to use it. Im just good and the animating part. Just to let you know. Thank you to for your awesome rate score! Im GOING to get GOING tho now. Later!
The Flash animation equivalent of a one-liner, good job!
Seeing as this is quite clearly jumping on the Park-a-lot and Park-a-lot II bandwagon, I cannot help but feel obliged to compare it to those. What you've done here is not that bad, the game concept (though not original) works well, and I found myself playing for a few minutes or so.
Having said that, the crashing effect is non-existent, and I regret that it doesn't quite act as a replacement for what it mimics. 3 stars as you have done a good job, but try to come up with something original! Add some variety to the host of games out there!
The concept you've thought up here had the potential to be quite good - a way of funneling the stereotypes of said "trollers" into one place I presume?
That said, it wasn't all that... funny really. I mean I think one of the jokes actually made sense, and even that, I am afraid to say didn't make me even smile. Sorry for being scathing but - all I can say is perhaps mature for 5 years or so, then try again?
So, what went well - the implementation of vintage media clips between sections worked very well and complements the piece - reminds me of a Swedish metal band i'm into. And the sounds you have used are authentic and don't sound shoddy or rushed.
However, it is simply a little too quick. Quick can be good! But the approach of MOAR QUIKK is not necessarily the way forward sir! Slow this down a tad, then try uploading a reprise. Then you should have a great techno piece under your name!
Thanks, but I like this the way it is now! To be honest, it used to be even faster. The melodies featured in this song are well-suited for a higher tempo and I prefer to leave it like this. I don't go for MOAR QUIKK or anything like that -- it just suits the song the way it is now.
I guess it's really just a matter of taste.
As a fanatic lover of the decade's music, I was eager to see what you did with this, given the name. You've actually almost got it here, the sole use of synth sounds are a good start, and a simple, yet crystal clear melody also characterizes it so. HOWEVER, a few factors you are missing in order too achieve the sound you presumably wanted is firstly the drum beat. As a modern piece of electronica, it is fine, however with an 80's inspired song you want a lower-res drum kit sound, and you want some regular fills with the toms to really make it authentic. The bassline I reckon should alternate between two octaves - a real stereotype of that era. Lastly, you need to go a bit crazier with the synth! The melody is far too conservative! You should have wacky off beat chords on the synth, and practically find any excuse to throw in some crazy synthelicious moments in there! What made the era was the experimentation with sound! You've come very close, and if you DO ever revise this, I will be looking forward to the improvment!
A fantastic example of techno right here! Could easily fit with professional club music, so a job well done! However the portamento effects you have going on are executed well, but occur a TAD too often, they become a given in the song. I reckon it would be better to savour the portamento for a bridge of some kind, so the song has a build up to something snazzy and hard hitting, rather than being scattered into different segments of the song. Structure, essentially! But alas, fantastic job!
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