The Funeral Race
Hit the green flag to watch (approximately 2 minutes long).
This project has no interactive elements.
The Funeral Race is a 320×200-pixel, 16-colour animation done by Sam Lin and me for a 1998 high school Latin history assignment.
The original presentation was a bizarre mix of MIDI, WAV, GIF and FLI clips orchestrated through a Windows batch file. The graphics were mostly prepared in Autodesk Animator, a DOS-based computer animation and painting program from the '80s; some were prepared in PaintShop Pro.
Sam did the story and animations; I did the logo, audio and stills and strung it together.
GIMP and SynthFont were used to convert the media into formats suitable for use with Scratch. The vinyl crackling is a new addition from the Partners in Rhyme blog: