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Created for my tenth grade 'Personal Project'. Please submit to the Half-Life collection!
Update: For those of you who couldn't pass the third test even if you reached the end, I have fixed the problem and you can properly finish that stage!
ummmm similarity to a website
This game is great, I saw no large errors and loved the atmosphere. I did however notice a similarity to a website of the same name as your game. Is this intentded? If not you might consider changing the test a bit so as not to imply you stole the idea. I have no doubt you made this yourself, on a final note. Great, positive game looking forward to seeing more from you.
I based my game from an actual PC/console game named Portal. That website is owned by the creators of Portal and supplies some back story to the game. It's not by coincidence, I completely meant to base my game on the real Aperture Laboratories. Anyway, you'll definately see more games from me in the future!
takes a while to get into the game but other than that well done
The beginning is quite long, but I'm glad you liked it.
makes me think back to when the Aperture Website had its own Application form. (it's gone now, save for an updated christmas pan).
too many questions at the beginning
I found myself simply leaving the default answers filled in and pressing "continue".
Also, you should deactivate right-clicking so that people can't cheat through the maze. In case you were interested.
The snarky computer attitude was enjoyable.
Hey Bob, nice to see another review from you! Honestly, I don't know how to disable right-clicking and only found out how to shorten it down. As for quickly skipping the beginning parts, I suppose that's just an impatience issue that you can work on? The computer wants to know your details and personality!
You have some very nice ideas.
It would be great if you could add all the minigames to a list, or something like that.
Otherwise, it's really good.
It's a very clean looking flash.
And now.. cake!
As explained in an earlier response to a review, adding a scene selection feature would ruin the game because it should all be done in a single play. And it sounds like you passed the test anyway!
A retro-inspired 2D Action RPG set in the distant future (DEMO)
Travel the world on an epic shark lifting adventure!
What happens after the final boss is defeated?
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