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Apr 3, 2008 | 6:59 AM EDT

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Explore the Roslin Station, an unknown facility of the DHARMA Initiative.

During this month long hiatus between new episodes of LOST, I decided to kill two birds with one stone. I've wanted to make a LOST flash adventure for a long time, and I also had to do my final photography project. Here I have created my very own DHARMA station. I created the symbol and name, along with the structure's appearance and layout. This is my first flash game and might be inferior in the eyes of the pro's behind NG's most amazing games, but this is for school and serves as a fix to those who are as obsessed with LOST as I am. If you don't enjoy the show, you probably won't understand several references in this. While this does make references, the notes and journal entries are not supposed to explain or solve any of the mysteries presented in the show itself.

The loading time will probably be long, so just open another window and do something else while it does... perhaps watch an episode of LOST?

Enjoy.

PS. Try not to spoil it in your reviews.

UPDATE: There will be a sequel that will include an alternate route that begins at the end of this one. It leads to a completely different station, also of my creation. This is fun! haha

Reviews


predator91predator91

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

good concept...

the concept of the game was good and looking at the fact that it is your first flash game and that it was made for school, i cant really criticize it too much. the basic concept of the game was good but you should consider adding some real interactivity to your games in the future. in essence, this is a relatively thought out slide show with background music. i did enjoy the game, but next time you should try adding a really defined storyline that will immerse the player into the game. something that will really draw a person's attention. you should also consider adding some kind of puzzles or riddles for players to solve. The game needs improvement, no doubt about it but i still enjoyed it none the less and i always like to see new people try and "wow" the viewers on newgrounds like many other have. you keep on trying your best and soon you will be as good as some of the best. i rate the game a 3/5 and 7/10 for basic concept, immersing background music, and overall style of the game. im being very lenient on the rating because you cant really expect too much from somebody's first attempt at something. :D


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8-bit08-bit0

Rated 2 / 5 stars

meh

I guess its ok but it drags Way Too Loooonnnnnnggggg.......g.
it needs more interaction and puzzles not just click click click game over.



EmberacunaEmberacuna

Rated 4 / 5 stars

It was okay

Just played it a few times and it was a really good idea with some nice graphics but with the one way story line and the small amount of things inside the game it was kind of a let down. But I do have to say that no matter how many times I play it the ending scares the s*** out of me.



bianconigliosbianconiglios

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Good!

Good idea and good work. :)


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morethansam1morethansam1

Rated 2 / 5 stars

Inventive but un-satisfied in it's completion

Tiring, laboured, spoiled. Any more words I can bring out in my thesaurus in my distaste for this flash?
You have let a good idea go to waste. An inventive creation left unfinished as there could of been more of a storyline within the notes to create a sense of wonder, but it was only to blister my index finger of pure clicking. Lindelof would be laughing at his unworthy opponents of a decent myster attempt from his own show.
Poor.


danomano65 responds:

Funny how just signing up to newgrounds is an instant badge for criticizing people without end like a douchebag.