Member '90s Nick? I member. He's another animation featuring him.
I'll make this easy for you. If you want to watch episodes 1-6 first, head over to this page from last Summer.
Calling all animators for TOFA 2016.
This is the game that kept me awake all night. I'm going to master it. Good thing it works on my phone.
I really like this one too. You play as yourself and your shadow.
Let me know if you need help with the turtles.
Great games all around from University of Washington students this year. Looking forward to next year's submissions. I should probably create a section on the website for this.
These games are made by students of the University of Washington, and I'm sure more from their classmates are on their way. Please leave comments to help them debug and improve.
I've been busy with clients so updates are scarce, but TOFA 2016 is just around the corner.
This isn't one of the U of W submissions, but it's not from 2004 either.
Surn's latest version of Dungeon of Existential Surprise is basically a brand new game compared to even two versions ago. I keep the classic version still up.
So in 2016, over 10 years later, we have a sequel to The Ultimate Showdown (of Ultimate Destiny). This is the exclusive World Wide Web premiere of The Ultimate Showdown 2 (the Second Time Around)!
Firstly, the music is a a little more updated. Sounds less synthesized, but is otherwise the same notes, the same melody.
Now here's what's better. The first Ultimate Showdown was meant to portray an epic battle between a plethora of good guy and bad guy characters, but it only contained about a few dozen characters.
There are over 100 characters individually mentioned in The Ultimate Showdown 2. This doesn't even include all 151 original Pokemon (as a collective) that all take place in this second showdown battle. None of the characters from the first one return because they all died in the first one. Except the kid that holds ice cream. He's back, but 10 years older this time. Just like the fans of the first animation are!
Some of the lyrics are just so catchy.
"Uncle Joey and Uncle Jesse, Oh my God, they killed Kenny."
"George Washington, Donkey Kong, every single Pokemon."
The Ultimate Showdown 2 is smartly written to follow the theme of the first one. Even at the end there's only one character left. Him being another friendly public access persona, and the happy little trees that appear work as forshadowing.
And because this was a big production, it took more than one animator. Credit to these animator friends on Twitter:
Hopefully this goes viral and we can make the third one: The Ultimate Showdown 3 (The Ultimate Trilogy).