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MidnightMike

Hello everyone. ^^

My name is MidnightMike, and I'm here to show you my tribute animation to the original Star Fox, which celebrated it's 25th anniversary this past March.

I know it might not be as good as you were hoping, but I had fun making it. Here it is. :)

 

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