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Hillring 4 years ago
First! well.. this was a 1:24 min of waste xD
mndar 4 years ago
I liked it. But then I also liked the Vodka I had last night.
libertysfallout 4 years ago
Are those ads annoying anyone else? Or is it just me.
Ontopic - weird?
AshBird 4 years ago
old. not worth watching.
Brejn 4 years ago
Wow, you really need skills do make this! Nice video!
SIN1978 4 years ago
Again im impressed by the admin who let this on, not that i want to harp on the admins folks admittance of lame videos lately, or the fact that my 5 yr old would find better shit to post on the web. Great job snotr team way to let us down again !!!! heres some epic fail cola !!
PaterSin 4 years ago
its from 1968 what the hell do u ppl expect from it
for the age its rather good actually. I mean the first games looked even worse and are much younger^^
Sluggishadj 4 years ago
I liked the sound track most
MAC13 4 years ago
Looks like it was printed on paper frame by frame.
Well, in sixties they didn't worried about paper waste...
JJCBigfoot 4 years ago
#6 Poor 5 year old. Good thing is that is probably already smarter than his Dad.
archis 4 years ago
Is this like first "ASCII" animation ever?
BMX_Tavi 4 years ago
holly crap!!!!!1 this is brilliant!
the last one requires a lot of work and time....very nice indeed
ragou 4 years ago
I know a few programmers today, that are able to write such a code in machine language, or assembler. I know many young people that really think that working with dreamweaver makes them great "computer programmers". Coding such things require extremely high level skills. It's 1968 at last.
snottebel 4 years ago
#6 So blunt people still are allowed to have kids at your place, I feel sorry for your offspring. Maybe you should have finished a proper education before starting fatherhood.
And yes I do have children of my own.
ragou 4 years ago
#9 Yes it is on paper. In those days there were no monitors. By the way "print" command exists in many program languages today - VB, C++ etc., but this command writes data to the monitor, not to paper.
joeman 4 years ago
makes one realize the incredible advancement in technology...
4 years ago
375 x 300 px
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