Amazing animated shorts by Cerberus

You should not miss to watch the following seven amazing animated shorts by the artist Cerberus (Tirrel). Four of them even features raccoons. With a left click, the SWF flash files open in a new browser tab. With a right click, you can download the SWF files.


The Nut Job by Cerberus (Tirrel)

“Deep in the jungles of… Hyde Park London, the squirrels discover the sinister truth behind their poor harvest. Vyle Bakeries Ltd have devised a cost-cutting scheme to obtain ingredients for their Cookie range and are stealing nuts right from the rodent’s own stash piles.

Faced with the prospect of either starving or having to pay extortionate prices for Starbucks cookies, the squirrels join forces and tackle the problem at the source… in an inexplicable and highly implausible way.”


Rescuing Ghosts by Cerberus (Tirrel)

Rescuing Ghosts is without a doubt one of the most beautiful shorts I’ve ever seen. The evocation is accompanied by the song “Talking with Ghosts” by Fox Amoore.


Katan by Cerberus (Tirrel)

“This is the story of Katan, a little aztec critter who works as a stonemason on huge pyramid projects. He’s an eager, talented employee who beleives strongly in what the project stands for, putting in endless overtime to get things done.

When a less committed, self-serving employee hatches a plan to steal the soul jewel of the temple, the mysterious crystal skull, Katan finds himself under blame and attack from the very monument he helped to create.”

Katan won the award “Best movie of 2010″ on Newgrounds!


Raiders of the Trash by Cerberus (Tirrel)

Raccoons doing what they do best ;-).


Rockoons by Cerberus (Tirrel)

The first music video of the rock band Rockoons, featuring the song “Fever” by Aerosmith.


Rockoons TV by Cerberus (Tirrel)

The second music video of the rock band Rockoons, featuring the song “Separate Ways” by Journey. There are a couple of really cool scenes you just have to see several times.


Rockoons 3 by Cerberus (Tirrel)

The third music video of the rock band Rockoons, featuring the song “Let Your Love Flow” by The Bellamy Brothers. The Looney Tunes would be proud of the amount of cartoon violence.


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