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Feb 19, 2007 | 10:10 PM EST
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Unknown to most I have written several original stories, the oldest of which is called "Adeshra." While I have yet to create a full film based on its story, this game will allow you to explore Adeshra's cast and create your own character from a library of over 150 articles of clothing. NOTE: because I choose an awkward 3/4 view, not all items work together. Enjoy!



Rated 5 / 5 stars May 29, 2007


I really love the graphics, the whole thing is so unique and fun to mess around with!

About the story... I love it! I hope you find a way to make it as good as it should be.
I know exactly what you meant...I have so many ideas but I would never want to reveal them if they can't be as good as they are in my head... *sigh*

Well anyways, good luck...your super spiffy ^^


Rated 5 / 5 stars May 27, 2007

i think u should add MORE PANTS!

>.< this game rocks!


Rated 5 / 5 stars May 14, 2007

I know how you feel

I'm also making my own story, which also takes place in another world, and I want to improve my skills so that people would know why I'm so spacey. That's why, as much as I want to, I will hold back on pleading you to make this into an actual flash animation.
Instead, I'm going to ask that, if you're afraid that your lack of skill (if that's in your opinion; it's honestly better than mine) will bring criticisim to your story, then try practicing. I know you've probably heard that way too many times, and maybe you're doing it already, but believe it or not it works. My work may not be professional, but thanks to all the practice I've been doing, and all the help I've received, I'm better than when I first started almost seven years ago.
Now enough with my rambling! This dress up was very good and I've managed to create a few characters thanks to all the options (I even created a backstory for them!). The music fit very well, and the extras were a nice touch. All and all, this is the best dress up game I've ever played.


Rated 5 / 5 stars May 10, 2007

Dude Go For It.

In response to your response to the last review... “but so few people will sit through a 3 minute film,” And ALL those people are stupid jerks who don’t matter. I for one would sit through twenty plus 3 minute films including load time to see this story. What ever it takes make this happen. I can tell you have the artistic talent for it. Keeping this story locked up in your head is so sad. With the level of artistic ability you have displayed here if you make a feature length movie national syndication is a very real possibility. Keep working and don’t give up! For the love of GOD don’t give up!!!

Obligatory reference to how great the Ka album, from Cirque Du Soliel was.

I think you may find what I have done with your little person generator amusing. You may or may not know what D&D is but suffice it to say it is a game where you take on the persona of an Imaginary person. I created two groups of four people with the Adeshra character creator that I have been playing in D&D with my friends. Its been allot of fun, so, thank you.


CirrusEpix responds:

Anything Cirque does is spectacular. Hands down.

To answer your answer to my answer: I think I was talking about the difference between watching a film and reading a story. If the Tech-triad doesn't get off their butts and develop an affordable paper-less book, I fear reading will fall by the wayside in this country.


Rated 5 / 5 stars April 29, 2007

This makes me happy. =)

I agree with everyone who have left such positive reviews. This is beautiful, amazing, inspiring, everything that all of these people have said. This is so uplifting, it just put me in such a wonderful mood. It makes me think of all the childhood stories I've developed in my head over the years but don't know how to recreate them visually. I love this so much. It's just so creative and whimsical. It would be amazing if you could make this into a movie, but I understand completely if you never get to. I only wish there was a way to directly transfer what's in your mind to tangible reality.

CirrusEpix responds:

I've always considered writing it in novel form, but so few people will sit through a 3 minute film - and even less would read a 200 page fiction. I guess that is what holds me back.