I’ve had a few requests for powerups videos for the other playable characters, so here’s Goomba’s powerup video. I didn’t include the secret permanent powerups, or the starman, because they don’t really have the same aesthetic changes as the standard powerups. See them in Koopa’s video.
I’ve been on vacation for a week, and I’ll be out for a week more. So if anyone was wondering why I’ve been slow to respond to comments and reviews, that’s why. I try to answer them every day or two, but it’s not really doable at the moment. Thanks for your patience.
Minions Must Die is currently gracing the front page of Newgrounds. This means a bunch more exposure. As a non famous animator, my stuff always does better on NG than the youtubes. Front Page really hammers that point home. Though the cartoon is doing okay on Youtube as well. Mostly due to it being embedded on this site.
Anyhoo, here’s a preview of the next cartoon. I had an idea for something a little more topical than usual, so this will be arriving before the video in our last “Next Lambta.co Tuesday” end video preview.
P.S. If you like Minions, you probably won’t love this cartoon.
To make the site more friendly to new users, I’ve added a couple of banners across the top of content posts detailing whether they’re old, and therefor not up to our current quality standards, or contain mature content, NSFW stuff, like the really bad stuff, not just a few swears or a little violence, it’s the internet, that stuff’s fine.
Test video for multiple characters played by the same actor. Had to do a lot of time remapping and such because I pretty much winged this one. It’s actually got a bit of structure though.
Sorry about two Mutton Scraps in a row. I picked one of the more entertaining ones this time. Still having scheduling issues because of summer. I’m trying to get some more solo content going to fill in the gaps.
Scribble Koopa is an A Koopa’s Revenge series spinoff title I developed in tandem with A Koopa’s Revenge 2 during the early days of AKR2’s development. It was my answer to Paper Mario and featured similar gameplay. The art was mouse drawn in a scribbled almost child-like lazy style.
I eventually canceled it to devote more time to AKR2 and other projects. I had set out to make my own Paper Mario like game, but once I had a basic engine, I didn’t have much more reason to keep going. I’m just not that into RPGs. Like the Alpha version of AKR2 it wasn’t far along enough to have it’s own music, so I used a few songs from AKR1’s soundtrack this time around. This is also the entirety of the game.