Too accurate, and even I didn't play much of the actual game expect for the beta.
Okay animation & joke delivery, but sometimes there are unclean lines, like when Reaper teared up for a couple of seconds before defeat.
P.s. - I think this should be rated Teen, because of Bastion giving the middle finger.
Okay-ish in the art design, lots of frames but lacked in clean line art. Backgrounds are messy to look at.
Loved the surreal within both it's atmosphere, and movement on it's transformations.
Definitely something that I would initially run away from, which is a compliment.
Reminds me of "Attack of The Sunfish", and really captures well with this overall surreal experience! Also, ending is a lot like one of those Jaws movies that are trying to be more than what they could chew, instead of a great white shark, how about a giant croc-topus or something else that would be just as ridiculous.
Alright art, simple and quick throughout for what it is. But, I think a game, simple as this, should at least be around 5-10 minutes or more. What makes these kind of games work is the overall atmosphere, characters, and situations based on decisions, this would need more of that.
Basically, what I'm saying is: It's too short, and art style is decent.
Needs more "pizzaz" for a wacky & goofy game where your character dies most of the time.
Good and simple fun, overall.
Whenever I hear "Mutant", it's either X-Men or radioactive abominations. Not really digging the anime hair, yet the colours are nice along with the lighting.
I expected this to be animated, due to the "sketch-iness" of the outlines. Just saying that it would look even better if it were done, makes it a bit more alive or breathing, which complements the sketch-iness even more so. Like any other cartoons done in Flash, or whichever software that can do with those peculiar outlines.
P.S. Those eyes however, happened to be staring at the viewers' souls.
P.P.S. Might draw her, just because. *shrugs*
I actually am working in an animation with this character.
Curse you, clickbait. Though at the same time I'm glad it wasn't what I thought it was.
P.S. In Urban Dictionary, it states the origin & definition; One who has their head up their ass. Thus wearing their ass as a hat. Asshat.
Both a fun fact & a poem at the same time, fascinating with what mankind has in store for creative phrases!
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