This game is amazingly made and very enjoyable. I especially like the Action Cam.
But don't you think 28 Henchmen are too much for Hank's last level? Because that got VERY old.
Considering that's the only downside, you get a 10/10.
Good, but not a music game
This isn't a music game just because music plays a part of the plot.
Now that's out of the way; this game was fun, but not very well-made. About half of the time, the background picture was poorly spliced together, (coughleveltwocough) the music quality for "Foundation" was atrocious, and... was that an eagle I just ducked under? Plus, your title just sounds like you took a cool sounding word that blended well with music, seeing as this game has nothing to do with masquerading at all. But it actually makes sense if you think about it; this is a driving game masquerading as a music game.
All in all, this game was pretty fun, but sometimes the quality distracted from that fun.
7/10 because I'm nice.
Wow, that was awful.
You breathed into the microphone whenever you talked (which was only twice).
The Flash was way too short, and it barely qualifies as a game, because all you have to do is press a button once.
And the animation was a little lazy. The doctor grabbed the baby by the head!
All in all, a piece of crap!
The only reason I'm not giving you a 1/10 is because it was sort of funny.
Kind of cool.
This is kind of like the Flash incarnation of "meh." I mean, this is a pretty good replicate, but the Mastermind was annoying. The lighting and color effects were pretty cool, but the Mastermind was REALLY ANNOYING.
I might also not like this because I own the board game this is based off of, but I'm trying to grade your submission more fairly. So, an extra point.
Pretty gangsta, yo.
I never thought a game with this kind of insane difficulty could be so fun. The only downside for me was the odd physics of the ball.
Anyhow, good work!
Oh em gee.
That game was really
and I enjoyed it.
The difficulty was almost at a perfect level (at least for me), the graphics were well-made, and the different ball types were a nice added quirk, along with the gravity aspect.
Over all, this is a nice expansion to an old classic.
This is definitely the kind of game expected from you.
But I couldn't quite decipher the function of the A key in the second story level. I know, call me a pansy.
I'm going to give it a second go, though.
This is by far the most enlightening game series on Newgrounds. It fills me with joy to see somebody taking a thing made purely for mind-killing entertainment and turn it into a thing of beauty.
I was wondering, does anybody have a transcript to the secret video? I watched it and it changed my view of the world, but there were spots where the voice was hard to understand, and the text racing across the screen at high velocity didn't help. You can message it to me or something so that it doesn't get ruined for people who haven't seen it.
Once again, great work. Make sure you don't listen to the people trying to change you.
I've never really liked Harry Potter. Thanks for the chance to off him!
And Tuckerton, if you're going to mock his game for being for 2-year-olds, maybe you shouldn't type like one.
Thanks. Glad someone appreciates funny and doesn't need to get VIOLENT to have fun!
I couldn't find Erado!
I'm incredibly frustrated.
But, the game was amazing.
I beat the first and the second, and I watched the video.
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