So when I was a kid I watched one flash animation that you could find on game sites and such... The animation was about famous characters fighting. It started with the band kiss rocking and idk but someone entered the building and killed them and it was just going on so... There was luffy, naruto, asterix, sparta etc... The ending scene was kratos fighting with galactus... There was also harry potter, it was just full of those famous characters like full of marvel characters and such.... Thanks for any help.
Sounds like some sort of The Ultimate Showdown of Ultimate Destiny clone
I agree. Honestly I just pretend Elmore turned Kip into a puppet or something. Also, I'm totally on board to find this
Yeah, it's really weird, too, because Kip was featured in "the remote" episode outside of the show's credits. It's as if it's implying that he is a live broadcast from the real world, and yet they changed that for some reason.
No, I don't think he was broadcasting through dimensions. He lived in Elmore, but somehow the city turned him into a puppet, like the reverse of what happened to the Wattersons in "The Nuisance"
Post by crumbelivable on Sept 26, 2017 13:22:47 GMT
Okay, so with the recent postings of a Gullivers Travels anime here, I was reminded of a weird Gullivers Travels adaptation I watched at my babysitters.
Bit of backstory, I used to love watching this (also unidentified) Sea world VHS or something that had dolphins and parrots and stuff. Somehow, someone had changed the sleeves of that and the Gullivers Travels VHS, so we wound up watching that instead. I only remember watching the intro before she turned it off. It was animated and had Gulliver, i think, dancing around in some colonial era English village with some kids, singing some song about imagination. For some reason, the people in the village hated him, and there was a shot of two disgruntled citizens, possibly shopkeepers, slamming their windows on him. That's all I saw before we switched the VHS and put on the sea world one instead. If you got any idea what this could be, give me a shout below.
I actually remember these games pretty fondly. These games were exclusive to the Dish Network and as so you had to use the dish remote. They had a game channel for board games, such as Monopoly. And Disney had one as well. If I can remember there were shows such as sweet life on deck, Phineas and Ferb, and Kim Possible. The only one I can remember is Kim Possible where you would climb a tree and avoid snakes and other obstacles. This was around 2008-2010. They removed most of the games on the service. Probably because contract issues. They are most likely lost cause they only had these games for so long but if anyone can find these games or remembers them comment below.
PS: This is a thing I loved about the games they would have a game a snake while it loaded a game and it was fun as crap. If I can find any more info I will post down below.
I remember something similar. I believe it was called ITV (Not to be confused with the UK tv channel). I remember there were several different places. The only one I remember, however, is PlayinTV. There was also a kids place hosted by some rabbit, as well as a world cup only soccer game and many Disney themed games you had to buy.
Post by crumbelivable on Aug 23, 2017 20:36:29 GMT
The "Welcome to Elmore/Gumball Machine/Elmore Song" ident for the show The Amazing World of Gumball first aired in the Fall of 2013. It is notable for its unique, retro arcade style and starring Jacob Hopkins, Gumballs main voice actor between 2014 and 2017, in his first ever role as the character. However, the original take on the ident was very different. I saw a storyboard of the original pass on Vimeo I think, but was unable to rediscover it.
The original pass of the ident begins with Gumball and Darwin at home, on their couch discussing songs or their town, Elmore or challenges or something. Anyways, Darwin somehow provokes Gumball into singing a song about Elmore and it's inhabitants, much like the song in the ident. However the original lyrics are very different from the finished product, and the whole ident seems to have been originally intended to be animated in a style similar to the show normally is. There is also a closing scene where gumball returns home, asks Darwin how he liked the song, to which he responds "I dunno, I didn't really hear it. But the first line was pretty good."