Well, just a lip sync test actually (and by test I mean it's nowhere near being actually finished *sob) Eeeeeh, not sure how this is gonna look, I've been trying to put this on YouTube for a while and I'm having some issues (mostly because I've never uploaded anything there by myself before heh...) So if you come to see what this is and it's not working in one way or another, please bear with me, though feel free to tell me so I can get this figured out
If I ever do finish this, I'd add romaji and translated lyrics and maybe some sort of snowy effect on top. XD
EDIT: EEEEEEEEEeeeeeek, it repeats!! Sorry, sorry, I'll work on that, sldkjf I also sort of feel like the timing's kind of off now that I watch it outside of flash...
EDIT 2: EGH, I'm sorry, please bear with me, I'm making buttons right now, maybe that'll clear this up asldkfj
EDIT 3: WHOA GUESS WHO REMEMBERED WHY THEY HAD A HARD TIME WITH ANIMATING THINGS TO BEGIN WITH TODAY lsdkjf with the help of my fantabulous friend *Koceta and her amazingly easy to follow tutorial [link] I was able to put a button on this dang thing. So hopefully it works alright now! If not I'm just gonna go cry about how useless I am...
It still works best if you don't switch tabs or scroll around too much. I don't know if it's just my internet connection or what, but it just does asldkjf for some reason the music can keep going on after it's supposed to cut off if you scroll away. I...have no idea why, I guess I'm just really really bad at this sort of thing, I'm so sorry...
Based on the Vocaloid VY2 Yuuma's song "A Clingy Boy Sticking For 15 Years".
Yes I'm aware that Raven's nasod arm is on the wrong side in the first picture. I'll fix it later. I am also aware that said nasod arm is drawn all wrong but I don't care because there are like, no good references for that thing and I refuse to try and figure it out.
The preloader took me like 15 minutes to code. Stupid Action Script 3.0
I've been watching Power Rangers. This happened. No one is surprised.
Time Force has always been my favourite Power Rangers series. The Rangers are awesome, the story is really involving and heartwarming and heartbreaking and adorable and funny and bittersweet, the acting is pretty darn fantastic and there is a Zord called Quantasaurus Rex. Need I say more? Didn't think so.
So, yes, join me in my childlike joy and come play Rangers!
HOW TO PLAY
It's a quiet day in Silver Hills. Ransik and his mutants are nowhere to be seen and no-one is in need of Nick of Time Odd Jobs. The Rangers are taking a well-earned break and relaxing around the clock tower.
The Power Rangers Time Fore Clock Tower Playset is an simple drag-and-drop scene maker based in the home of the Time Force Rangers. Place the Rangers around the clock tower by dragging on characters and dress them up using the clothing options. You might be able to find a few extra things lurking around too...
- Click on the character icons in the menu to look through clothing options - Click on the clothing options in the menu to dress the characters - Click on the computer screen to open/close the menu
There are six secret outfits to unlock. See if you can find them...
You can PrintScreen and then paste into any image editing software to save your creations. If you want to compile your saved scenes into a multiframe comic then you can do that too. You can add speech bubbles / text but please do not edit the artwork. See below for help.
HOW TO SAVE YOUR SCENES
- Press the Print Screen (Prt Scr, Print Scrn, Prt Scn, Prt Sc, Prt Scrn, or Prnt Scrn) button on your keyboard. This will take a screenshot of your desktop. - Open up ANY image editing software - Photoshop, Gimp, Sai, etc. - Click Paste from Clipboard, Create New from Clipboard, Paste as New Image, etc. This will vary depending on your software. Usually these options can be found in the >File or >Edit menu. - Crop the image and save as a JPEG or PNG.
- If the game won't load make sure you have the newest version of Flash installed. - If the game stops on the preloader right-click and choose Forward. Repeat if necessary. Alternatively, right-click and make sure Loop is checked before pressing Play.
The music on this is unfortunately way out of sync. Near the end the animation ends up 5+ seconds ahead of where I originally animated it to the music and it definitely loses a bit from where I synched actions to beats and that kind of thing. I wish I could fix it but the original flash file for this is long lost in the sands of time.
This is a flash gift for mah muffin. I've been working on it for weeks, and it has the most effort I have ever put into a flash ever. Finally its a flash that has music in it, the song is "love love shine" by kosaka riyu. Hopefully this will get uploaded without incident, I couldn't get a preloader to work so hopefully loading it won't be too big a deal either. :3
This one was supposed to have prizes for dressing the doll in the correct outfit like in the One Piece girls v2 game, but first I failed to write the code for that, and then I failed to port the old bad code for the same thing from the OPgirls dress up, and after having spent over two hours on the futile coding thing I just decided to leave it out. uh-oh... Kaito and Len's outfits are there as extra since I didn't know anything else about vocaloid I could have added.