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Aug 24, 2005 | 5:37 AM EDT

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Intro artwork by Russian artist Illya Lipkin.
Clarification: In the lines "I don't wish to be here. Help Me."
"Here" means life.
"Help me" = "kill me."



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Talk about disturbing...

That made me want to go and cry to my mommy...


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

That was some scarry shit!

That was some suicide game, (not that im worried about the point of it) but I dont get to see much of this stuff. This may not be suitable for alot of sensitive people however but I do like to see some gothy flash every now and then. It was good though. Gross, but good.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


if this is your first attempt, im impressed, keep it up


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Fuck yeh dude,

that was sick :D in a really good way aswell :D. I think I saw one of the previous ones - and i enjoyed it - so to see a fully completed version with heaps of deaths, fully equiped with full audio was really good.
I enjoyed the graphics, the animation was really smooth when it needed to be, and slow and painful also when required. The audio was excellent - with great music (what's the name of the music used when you're selecting the deaths?... I had a look in the credits, but my absence of a brain didn't help me find the name).
Overall, very fun to watch. Good work!

Spider13xx responds:

I believe the song you are referring to is "Down in the Lab" by Renholder which, as I understand, is one of Maynard James Keenan's (from the band "Tool") side projects. The song is from the Underworld soundtrack.


Rated 3 / 5 stars


i like those kind of interactive death games, etc. yours was quite good. the one that must have been the worst death was the underpants gnomes. who knows what those crazy little bastards are capable of?!?

keep 'em coming dude.

Spider13xx responds:

I originally wanted to have a soundclip of Salad Fingers in place of the Underpants Gnomes. But, after several failed attempts to get in touch with David Firth (creator of Salad Fingers), I decided to rely on the genius of Matt Stone & Trey Parker instead.