It was funny, but the animation was poor quality. Not quite front page worthy. I still laughed though.
Woah... I'm not gonna lie, that was pretty freakin awesome.
You make me laugh
This game is brilliant. I was hooked from the very beginning. The combination of genres is perfect. It took a while to get used to the controls and managing all of the parts of your ship, but as soon as I did, the game was challenging but not impossible. One glitch though, sometimes when i tried to jump to a haven the screen would just go black and freeze up. I just refreshed the browser and logged back in but it was kind of annoying.
Like a first person cube runner
Addictive for sure. I really liked the little subtleties, like the speedometer and the cracks in the windshield although they both could use some work. Namely, just make more cracks than just one and make the numbers on the speedo not change so fast that it looks like its having a spasm.
Like the others, I noticed how you went through blocks sometimes. This usually happened at high speeds, when I hit only the edge of a block, or after I had just hit a block. I'm pretty sure the whole immunity thing is supposed to happen but it should go away right when the big red X does.
I loved that you had a mute button, especially because the first two seconds of the music kept looping. It might be that it is supposed to be like that but it got pretty annoying.
Kind of a long review for a simple game, sorry about that.
This game is f***ing beautiful. I GOTTA HAVE MORE ELEPHANT!
This song is utterly spectacular. And the fact that you made it in only two (rather stressful) weeks? A miracle! I once spent six months (on and off) working on a track that holds no light to this.
Making a song like this is truly ambitious, and I think it's fabulous that you just leaped forward and did it anyway. The vocals were hauntingly beautiful and the instrumental was spine-tingling on its own. I can't imagine how awesome this would have turned out had you been able to spend more time on it.
The only problem I can see isn't in your mixing per se, but your vocal processing. The instruments were produced very well, but the vocals didn't seem to fit quite right in the mix. I'm sure you could have made this better if you weren't literally working on borrowed time. It's easy to look past this small flaw, however.
I adore non-English vocals, so I was instantly emotionally enamored, and when I read the English translation I nearly cried. Beautifully done! One question, though: are you planning on tweaking this some more now that you don't have to worry about a deadline?
Downloaded for sure, I can tell that you poured your heart and soul into this.
T_T I'm just honoured that it touched you so.
When I tweak it, I don't know. I don't even know how to tweak it. I am still reeling from the embitterment, it's not even funny. But I do want to make this better.
Good, for only a single instrument...
...but simplicity can only take you so far, in my opinion.
The mixing was decent: It sounded clear enough for the most part, but I noticed some clipping from the left side.
There was a surprising amount of variation for only using bass guitars, but I think that the song would benefit from a wider range of instruments: that's your decision, though. The melodies and harmonies were well done, catchy and interesting. The end, however, seemed sudden and incomplete.
Very good for a one instrument song!
Yeah, it probably would've sounded better with a few more instruments but I wanted to try something different. And I'm still surprised I could make a complete song with just one instrument. ^^
Good melody, but the mixing needs work
I really like the tune here, very catchy. The bass guitar fits surprisingly well with the piano and strings.
When the piano came in at the beginning, it really threw me off. I guess I was expecting something a little quieter and more subdued. Try having it fade in a little bit, and maybe put a low pass filter on it. It also feels like the bass and piano are both trying to be the lead instrument. I would suggest picking one to take the lead, and reducing the volume of the other. You can even have them switch positions here and there. Also, add some reverb, especially on the piano, to widen it a little bit.
Hopefully this doesn't come across as too much criticism. You obviously know what you're doing with the actual writing and instrumentation, you just need to work on the mixing.
Keep up the good work!
This is great!
My favorite part about pieces of art like this is the chance to really look at it for a long time and constantly see new things. I love the little easter eggs as well as the general attention to detail. It's so cool how you kind of gave each Pokemon their own personalities. This is without doubt my favorite Pokemon art yet!
I'm surprised no one's said anything about Zangoose. Team Rocket? That's badass.
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