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Dec 20, 2008 | 6:49 AM EST

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The Earth lay in ruins but one man's faith remains unshaken.

The Year is passing i hope everyone had it good on the previous months. Don't forget to send Jesus up in heaven a Happy Birthday. This is my Christmas Flash I hope you enjoy it. Merry Christmas Newgrounds!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars December 25, 2008


This is great. You really maid the feeling of there being a past and a solution. The animation was great and the music went perfectly with it. By the way what song is that and who sung it! It was awesome, it sounded like a mixture of the Killers and Snow patrol! ( to of my most favorite bands.)

d-z responds:

The Arcade Fire's No cars go, i believe they will make it to your favourites, thanks man :-D


Rated 5 / 5 stars December 24, 2008

As good as it can be :)

A bit sad and you sort of feel sorry for him for being alone.
But is does have a positive "glow", a really good tune, great style of animation.
The text was sometime a wee bit fast, but nothing serious.

Merry Christmas :3

d-z responds:

Thanks you too :-D


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars December 24, 2008


Nice job on the flash! I agree that it was a little too fast, but I was able to keep up with it. :D

@Proottalfain: I think he just did something or perhaps he DID use a power to reveal the duck and bug under the pile of rubble. ;)

d-z responds:

You got it :-D


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars December 23, 2008

Very pertaining to certian personalities.

Alhough the main idea was supposed to be about God, I turned it into something else so I wouldn't get angry and write a mad review. If everyone were to go, and only I was left, I would stay, just to... keep it there, alive.

d-z responds:

Very noble of you i must say :-D


Rated 4 / 5 stars December 23, 2008

Cool, but a bit too fast

It seemed like an excellent flash for the most part, but it all went a little too fast so that it was hard to both read the text *and* look at the images. Because of this, it was a little difficult to tell what was going on.

d-z responds:

Have to fix that in the next ones :-D