That was really cool, i loved how you gave it that air of malicious intent and the choice of music was excellent. The artwork and the animations with it were amazing too.
OMG lol, once again EgoRaptor, you fail to disappoint in your awesome series. I loved the sound effects you made for the lasers and the part where the guys says "A-WHAAAATTTTTT?". Keep em coming!
that's crazy cool lol. and extremely original, maximum proppage.
This is an awesome game, and i've played it multiple times, because the concept is awesome. My only gripe is I wish there were more levels. Also, for some odd reason, I had a bug where Bowser jumped, and the attack where he shoots out a amssive amount of flames kind of mergged together, so as he was jumping, he was tossing out about 30 fireballs all at once which were impossible to dodge. I dunno how that bug could've happened and it's the only time to ahve happened, but wow lol. Might want to be an attack you'll want to consider if you add higher difficulty levels.
I liked it a lot, but what you should do next time is have a neater way of changing parts. Like a box that has like Arm: (CHoice), Leg (Choice) Left Arm Weap: (Choice), but like a drop down menu for them or something. Because when the mech was moving I occasionally hit the wrong part. I know that's what the stop animation is for, but either way I still liked it.
Alright, couple of things. 1) Thank god people still remember this amazing soundtrack and are still willing to remix it. 2) Love your take on it, nice and easy in the beginning with the basic melody and then the entry into the drop was really well done. 3) You plan on doing any more from this game?
I'd like to at some point, but I'd like to continue to develop my skills until I can do it all justice. Even this came close to not getting released.
I see what you might have wanted to do with an echo or alteration effect, but in reality you just took the original and added some echo to it. That being said, if you're seriously thinking about trying to make a start with remixes and stuff, look into some of the programs they have out there. I'm not saying drop the cash right away, but use their trial versions and see what you can come up with. I'm sure it would be something more creative than this.
This is exactly what I would expect if they did a port from DS to Wii or whatever they might. You definitely added depth to the song that the DS's sound system normally couldn't handle. (For reference, if you have the Castlevania Portrait of Ruin OST, they have two disks, one with more quality and depth, the other dumbed down to work with the DS's sound). Anyways, great job.
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