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Read to the bottom of this section, after you've beaten the game, for the ending of the story!

READ THE INSTRUCTIONS!

Thanks for all the good reviews, everyone :)

I finally got around to fixing the hint button bug, so enjoy =). This was originally supposed to be 5 levels but i got bored with the immense amount of frames I had to hand draw.

*SPOILER!*
The ending.

McScribbles and Stickman lived together on the Pages for a while until the Artist, in his not-so-infinite wisdom, decided to drawn a Stickgirl. There was a competition over her, Mcscribbles was rejected, and Stickman got the girl.

Some time later, as Stickman and Stickgirl were having a picnic near a steep drop-off, McScribbles showed up and confronted Stickman. There was a fight and as the guys fought, they neared the edge of the cliff. Stickgirl tried to stop them from unwittingly killing themselves and was accidentally knocked over the edge. McScribbles followed a moment after. Though Mscribbles managed to grab an outcropping of rock, Stickgirl was not so fortunate, and fell to her death. The Artist, seeing all that had taken place, tore the cliff away, with McScribbles still dangling from it, leaving Stickman staring off into the void where once there was paper.

The Artist discarded the scrap of paper with McScribbles on it into the trash, and he was left there for ages, alone. He grew to hate the Artist, and began to form a plan for revenge against both him and Stickman. Using other scraps of paper, McScribbles built a machine. A great hypnosis wheel, powered by all the discarded ideas. After that, it was a simple matter to get the Artist to look into the trash can, and he was under the control of McScribbles.

After Stickman escapes from Ninjack, he falls down a long shaft and onto the hypnosis machine. McScribbles sits on a drawn throne, laughing. The mad illustration tells Stickman how he accomplished all of this, and moves to have the artist erase Stickman once and for all. Stickman, however, has one more trick up his sleeve, and in a last ditch effort, has McScribbles erased instead.

There is silence until the ninja reappears, having seen and heard everything. He apologizes and and leaves, to roam the Pages in search of a new purpose. Stickman is alone for a long time, sitting in that empty chamber. It seems the story is over, when suddenly a new drawing is begun near Stickman. It is Stickgirl!

Happy ending, and so forth.

Reviews


XurkXurk

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars February 1, 2002

What do you mean, poorly drawn?

I love the style!! It gives a certain charm to the game! This game is very addictive, but there is one annoying thing. When you die, you have to click through the intro's for the level every time, which seems to take forever! Try using the _root function so that when you press Y to try again, it takes you a few frames further in the MovieClip so that you don't have to watch the intro's! Keep up the good work :D


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SuicideClockSuicideClock

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 1, 2002

Cool Beans

I liked the style, It was great. Puzzles were a bit hard though but make more!


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Divine-EnervationDivine-Enervation

Rated 2 / 5 stars February 1, 2002

Uhhh..

Maybe iTs Cause I suck but i cant get past the second box...