Battle for Dream Island is the first ever object show ever made. It is created by jacknjellify. It first came out on Youtube on January 1, 2010. It has four seasons, BFDI, BFDIA, IDFB, BFB.
Why It Rocks
- It started the object show community.
- Many great and funny characters.
- Many great and fun to watch challenges.
- It inspired other people to do their own object shows.
- Amazing animation.
- Very enjoyable for a YouTube cartoon.
- There are 64 contestants in total for BFB.
- Many voices are either adorable or just plain appealing (e.g. Bell).
- The voice acting is bad for some characters (e.g. Bomby, Grassy, Loser, and Bracelety)
- Can be mean spirited at times.
- For example, in Why Would You Do This On A Swingset and onwards, Taco is accused by few of the Bleh members for how she “abandoned her team”, even though she didn’t, since she has been stuck inside the jawbreaker until the said episode. This caused several of the BFDI fans to consider Bleh to be the worst team in the series, due to how braindead and surprisingly invincible the team is.
- What Do You Think Of Roleplay? also has that one moment. Book has literally entered the flanderization territory where she jumps into conclusions and believes Taco abandoned her team once again, when Taco was trying to make her team win. At that point, she was since heavily panned by fans for being an inexcusable insult to her previous versions in BFDIA and IDFB.
- BFDIA was left on a cliffhanger for several years, and it is the weakest season of the bunch since it has lots of pointless filler and the rules were constantly being toyed with (Such as the fact that contestants can switch teams at will).
- As a side note, BFDIA, IDFB and BFB were not as well-recieved as the original BFDI. This has led dA user, Conner R. Dean (Sugar-CreatorOfSFDI) to create a dark, dystopian fan-sequel named Struggle for Dream Island, which had first released in about 26 days after the first episode of BFB, named Getting Teardrop to Talk, released.
- The titles of some BFB episodes can be a tad too long at times, similar to that of “Hey You, Don’t Forget About Me In Your Memory” from Teen Titans Go!.