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sorry about the delay i've had exams to revise for
Alot of people asked for this one to be made so here it is
please tell me about any bugs and
rate and enjoy
music loads on second page (helps with loading)
To the author
Very interesting concept,though you got 1 wrong,pride can be depicted not only as a sin,but as a virtue,for example in budhism it doesn't have any sense,due to their believes that no one is special,where Aristotel says:
Aristotle identified pride (megalopsuchia, variously translated as proper pride, greatness of soul and magnanimity) as the crown of the virtues, distinguishing it from vanity, temperance, and humility, thus:
Now the man is thought to be proud who thinks himself worthy of great things, being worthy of them; for he who does so beyond his deserts is a fool, but no virtuous man is foolish or silly. The proud man, then, is the man we have described. For he who is worthy of little and thinks himself worthy of little is temperate, but not proud; for pride implies greatness, as beauty implies a goodsized body, and little people may be neat and well-proportioned but cannot be beautiful.
He concludes then that
Pride, then, seems to be a sort of crown of the virtues; for it makes them greater, and it is not found without them. Therefore it is hard to be truly proud; for it is impossible without nobility and goodness of character. 
By contrast, Aristotle defined hubris as follows:
to cause shame to the victim, not in order that anything may happen to you, nor because anything has happened to you, but merely for your own gratification. Hubris is not the requital of past injuries; this is revenge. As for the pleasure in hubris, its cause is this: men think that by ill-treating others they make their own superiority the greater.
Thus, although many religions may not recognize the difference, for Aristotle and many philosophers hubris is altogether an entirely different thing from pride.
Nietzsche saw pride as an example of a previous, master set of morals that had been replaced with slave moralities. In this, pride was good, because it acknowledges the good and the noble, rejecting the weak and insipid. Without pride, Nietzsche argued, we will remain subservient
It's just for info,but overall a very good flash ^^
thanks for your detailed review but i was going of the classic 7 sins since its what most people refer to when they see the sins but i know what you are saying =3
Describes me then.
I noticed several typos in this one, unusual for you.
Also, thanks for doing my idea lol, but I think your other quizes had better questions
If im brutally honest, the pictures at the end where naff...
Still, i like it for some reason. it's simple, clever and describes characters well (or so I hear...)
Add a reset button.
lol i'm realy bad at spelling thats why theres prob some typos, and i know but its had to think of lots of differn't questions that can relate to the subject
also the pictures are taken off a site and i like them i think there funny thats why i added them =3
Haha, a little confused
I took your other quiz (Holy Virtue Quiz) and I receive charity. In this game I received greed. Weird. Besides this, the answers I picked in this game did not (to me) represent greed. I feel like either the way you set it up is a little weird, or that the actionscripting is a bit off. Either way, it was a fun, relaxing game, and the music was upbeat and fun. Simple, but cool -- thanks!
well i try it and greed is set right so it must be that you just picked around the questions that get greed
lol, listening to the kirby theme kind of pulls the evil out of the evil 7 dealdy sins lol.
Only thing that really got to me was that there was no reset, or restart button.
yea i will prob add a reset button on an update later =3
If you don't remember me, i gave you a review long ago on the element one :P
You didn't add the button i told you :(
But i had a problem, i got Patience and Wrath. Its like. Wierd to have those two ^^!
thanks for playing
Context? Context is for casuals.
Hexagon Puzzle Game
An old style, pixel-art noir adventure, inspired by classical point-and-click games.
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