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I created this little flash animation/game to tell my co-workers I was leaving and why.
About the song :
It's a remastered version of "They Can't Take That Away From Me" by Frank Sinatra.
I can see you really had to go through a lot of things to make your decision to leave but I hope you good fortune in your future. I just adore this song, and it seems so perfect for this. For anyone that didn't know the song its called
They Can't Take That Away From Me by Frank Sinatra.
So once again I hope you do well and thanks for this simple yet elegant game.
it's not a game...
.....,but it's not supposed to be,it's about how he feels about leaving ubisoft this wasn't really intended for people too take seriously as a game,but as a message and if people cared enough they'd understand the message and feel what he's feeling.The music and the message makes up an amazing indie game.I hope more people can relate and understand the message,but from the looks of it i'd say 75% of the reviewers didn't,on that note SwingSwing gets 5 for the message and 5 for the music,I wish you luck in the future.
This is more like an animation than a game, If you want your co-worker that you are leaving and why. You should do a flasher way than this, what kind of co-worker are you to them? I bet a poor one.
This does suck, but it wasn't really meant to be good now was it?
I sure do see alot of you ubisoft employees on newgrounds releasing stupid things like this, it could make a guy think that you're a bunch of kids pretending to be someone you're not. Shouldn't you guys be making a new splinter cell game or something instead of messing around on this site full of mediocre games?
I read the comments and understand this is allegedly about getting a message across to ubisoft, but to me it was just a mellow dramatic metaphor that has thrown such a large pity party, the party guests are drunk enough to reward this "game" with an undeserved daily 5th.
Its not supposed to be a hard core platformer! It is the author expressing how he feels about leaving ubisoft!
Context? Context is for casuals.
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