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Avenger2150 Feb 19 2010, 8:35am says:

Nice i liked.
but since you puted all of the animations of "hurt" together in this vid it makes him look like he's going insane.

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Metalspy Feb 19 2010, 11:17am replied:

Yeah it actually made me lol :P
But those are some nice animations (:

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Mode7Games Feb 19 2010, 4:04pm says:

Ha ha, I wanted these to be as over-the-top as possible, and yes they do look a bit bizarre all together! Matt's working on implementing them now, so they should be in the game after the weekend.

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Wiweeyum Feb 19 2010, 5:45pm says:

Haha! Insanity at its finest!

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jergason Feb 26 2010, 8:54pm says:

I think it is kinda crazy how many polygons go into those tiny guys. Why back in my day, we could only have one pixel *mumble grumble mumble complain* and then we had to brush our teeth with it.

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JohnnyBGoode Feb 28 2010, 8:10pm says:

Quick!! Someone call the paramedics! That man is having a heart attack!

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These are basically done and need to be intergrated - the deaths are split into two parts: the actual "death" anim and a secondary "falldown" part. Think we might need some more variation than just 1 falldown, but we'll see. Really like these - I think we have some good variation in there and we'll be able to adapt these quite a bit as well.

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