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May 12, 2007 | 2:25 AM EDT

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ATTENTION PEOPLE LOOKING FOR WHISTLE POINTS:
Leave the reviews of this game alone!

LULZNEWZ: The RIAA contacted Newgrounds because of this game using copyright music they represent so the original version has been replaced with the RIAA EDITION! The original can be seen at googumproduce.com (UPDATE: NO IT CANT..FUCK YOU RIAA!)
Site is back up WITH Vtech since i moved hosts!

Reviews


AusterusAusterus

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very good

I loved it, though the graphics could use a lot of improvements. The sound is really good, though it's not as violent as I hoped for.

Anyway, good impression, I'll be playing again.



Affan101Affan101

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Lets see if we can make sense of this.

Well ok there's A LOT to be said here. There are so many constricting views for and against you. Some people say you are just exercizing your freedom of speech which is totally fine to do so and people were also saying that they should care more about how a person spends his life alive rather than longing their harsh destruction in a way just as this.

Here's what I think (if you even care). You have created such a tremendous amount of hastle and I agree with you that is sad. Sure if this was a horrible thing, that's fine, but giving it media coverage and making it way worse is what is terrible. That's besides the point. I'd like to understand how you must feel about the victems families towards this. Do you feel like this would hurt them in anyway and do you think this is cruel to them? In some way shape or form I do believe you somewhat have a heart contrary to what everyone else says yet I don't know if you can see the big picture. Imagine if your friends (the ones that suggested to be put on paypal) were shot tomorrow and someone made a game about them? Would that hurt your feelings and would you fight to get that game down? If so then aren't you hypocritical. BUT if you have that numb of a heart and so stuck in your ways and feel that it is OK for someone to make a game about them dying then ok, do what you wish. If not I hope you take this into consideration and make sure you know that what you doing is affecting everything and everyone and is probably in no way helping the victums or their families. If you have sympathy for them, then you should really reconsider your project.

Thanks for reading.



crazypanda88crazypanda88

Rated 0 / 5 stars

Disapointment...

I would like to say, that You are a very talented game designer... However, I would also like to say, that you ruined that image with this game.

So many people died in the V-tech massacre, I went through the reviews and saw everything everyone else put so, I agree with them, and will not repeat. But seriously.. If your mother died, would you be proud to play a game created by some nameless person online about her demise?? Its sick in many ways.

The game itself was done well, but the concept and everything it stands for is completely cold hearted... I will not bash you and call you a bastard, but know, that even I, A CANADIAN am disapointed in the act that you have done with this game. I hold no ties to the USA, but I do realize that losing so many people at once is a tragedy, and as for them being namless to society as living individuals... Thats bull.

Everyone is someone to others, these people had futures and this man took that away from them. It is sad, and very real. This could happen again at any time, and it is truely sad to wonder who will go to what lengths to try and make a mockery of that one.

I hope you realize what anger you have aroused in society. It takes someone with no concept of life and love to do something this irational.

My overall score is a zero... maybe your next game will find better praise from me.



ChicagoneseChicagonese

Rated 4 / 5 stars

FUCKIN' A!

PigPen, you are my idol. I am so glad that someone had the balls to do something so awesome. I think it's funny how people are saying stuff like you should burn in hell, and I'm pretty sure that you think it's funny too.

For all those people who weren't involved in the massacre that are "offended," let me just say this: Besides their family, friends, and professors, no one knew about these people who became victims before the massacre. When the victims were alive, the majority of people in America could care less about them. My point is that the majority of people care more about other people when they're dead instead of being alive. So why start caring now, huh? Worry about your own lives, people. If you want to be sympathetic and compassioniate about the situation, fine. Just stop bitching about other people who don't feel the same way. Only the people who were involved in the massacre have ground to speak. As for the rest of you, shut up!



Icefang33Icefang33

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Honest Review

I'm looking at this game merely objectively:
The graphics were decent for what they were meant to be, so if you don't like the classic 32-bit-ish style, you're not going to be into this game's looks. The game play was pretty basic, but varied, with a combination of stealth and action.

The game really failed to capture the seriousness of the event, and instead, took a comical, humorous stand-point, especially noted by the music, and sound effects of the game.

It's an okay game, wouldn't have gotten the attention it has had it not been on this subject matter.