This is simply amazing

Anything else unrelated to gaming can go here.
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This is simply amazing

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Wow :o . This is great. Part 3 needs to come soon or I'll go crazy.
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very very cool.
movement in part 2 was some kind of LOTR based coreography, and the music was very similar to Darren Aronofsky's (the guy who directed "Pi') "Requiem for a dream", (starring Jennifer Connelly, and one of those Wayans brothers). very inspiring.
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http://www.flashplayer.com/animation/ma ... hers3.html -part 3, not on devient art yet for some reason.

Can't wait til part 4... :)
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OMG that was amazing! Just amazing...! Especially the attack part. Bowser's attack was so massive and finely done... Though it was pretty suprising that Luigi died, but I think he's not completely gone yet...
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Not exactly for dial-up users though. :laugh:
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WOW :|

These movies are really good :D
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Yeah, that second one is some 22 MB... you may be screwed if you're on a 56k.
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Hum, took about 3 seconds to load for me. The video was jumpy. You need a better computer than my laptop to run it.
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1:st's too big too.
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Rather your connection is too slow. Upgrade to highspeed-you won't regret it.
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If town lays cables to full village, then.
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Most helarious things ever... :lol:
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Heh yea I saw these a little while ago, quite cool :) Although part 3 is a bit slow-paced compared to the others ... hopefully the next one is coming soon :)
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DB: it is only 2.1 meg

Right click and save target as ;)
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Misplaced decimal point...

Yeah, though 2.2 MB is some 7 (?) minutes on a 56k. It takes ~5 seconds on my connection. :rolleyes:
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i wish i had cable or DSL now
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What you do is-

1. Right-click and save to your comp.
2. Then load it with flash player

It takes 5-10 minutes for me to download these movies--56k--

+I have a 1.6ghz comp & flash player 6...
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'bout 10 min/MB. 6.35 kbps is my most usual download speed.
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my average is about 3kbps, and it takes about 2.5min for 1mb, 5min for 2mb, and so on.


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