Nobody REALLY reads titles
I thought it was god awful. But that last guy who reviewed it was a stupidass, so I thought I needed to intervene.
Honestly, I'm not very fond of giving negative reviews. But please, tell me this was a joke, that you actually made it to look like a dork who thinks skateboarding is the coolest activity since the Hipster Handbook decided to make a flash movie with his favorite punk song slapped on the end. Because if you actually WERE that dork, you'd know everything in the world about skateboarding but never really do it. Seriously, I can actually see myself thinking up something like that a few years back. "...and then he takes the cop's gun and SHOOTS him! In a BACKFLIP! Lets go SKATEBOARDING and listen to way too much NOFX!! Maybe today I'll ollie while moving!"
Alright past that. Anyway, judging by the quality of the movie, that song was about 4 megs. And you had two of them, but couldn't figure out how to get them out of your library. Otherwise, you have NO excuse for a 5 meg movie that lasts for three and a half minutes.
One of the most creative works of flash yet.
I don't know how to describe it, it's not, cool, its not funny, its like, "feel-good", but it's amazing
Nice challenge when the shoes spawn below the screen and you can't hit them.
Also with the sudden unexplained game over.
One level background- realistic.
Probably good Android support.
Music is playing.
I had no sound, so as far as that went I gave you the benefit of the doubt.
But for the most part it was easy to see that a lot of care and consideration went into the game, and for as far as I could play I didn't encounter any bugs.
If I had to choose something to gripe about, it would be how slowly the game progresses; maybe throw in a little more diversity in gameplay sooner.
For the most part, I wouldn't know if there was much more the game had to offer, seeing as I only got to the third wave and never discovered any new enemies. It was a bit on the difficult side, which seemed your intention, but with 26 levels it couldn't hurt to tone it down a bit; maybe make the gun do more damage.
I did like how incredibly polished it was, complete with the disclaimer. Overall an excellent standard for today's submissions.
Stephen R George
Super Mario Killed
Somewhere between getting hit by a spiked ball a good Mario-distance away and giving up on a motionless Bowser at -26 Lives, I give this game a 2.
I didn't have any available sound, so I gave you the benefit of the doubt.
Just because you have a Super Mario World sprite and sound pack doesn't give you a reason to half-ass a "Mario" themed game and expect a five. The fact that you even got a three makes me question my faith in this website. Part of me wants to toss it aside as another peice-of-shit summer entry; another part wants to chew you out for such a limp-dicked attempt at a flash creation. The latter part won.
Still, you finished the project, something I could never do, which shows that you actually wanted to share a good game. Read a few flash tutorials, keep things WAY more polished, and I'll play your next creation.
Stephen R George.
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