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Aug 13, 2009 | 10:03 PM EDT
  • Daily 5th Place August 14, 2009

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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.

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ploink117ploink117

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars August 14, 2009

why?

i enjoyed the song and the overall presentation of the game itself including the "no going back" thing was clever but what gets me though is why would you leave a great, and in the very least pretty financially stable, company such as ubisoft. what could have been so important to you that you had to quit over it. i understand enjoying life is a good thing but why quit your job over it. was your life miserable while working over there or what? im not trying to be rude if thats what youre thinking but i would just like your motives to become clearer to me, thats all.


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SamuliseSamulise

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars August 14, 2009

A good way

Just read about this on an escapist article. This is such a brilliant and fitting way to leave.

Loved it.


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vcdudevcdude

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 14, 2009

Good Luck

I have never written a review on Newgrounds before, so this is a BIGG Deal :-). I'm sure you'll be happier, being free from the shackles. You'll finally get to do all the hobby projects that you always wanted to but had no time to.


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finefinfinefin

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 14, 2009

a very nice way to say goodbye.

all the best!



BubbaBrownBubbaBrown

Rated 4 / 5 stars August 14, 2009

About sums it up...

Good flash. I heard all the same things when I quit my job. Still an unemployed computer scientist, but sometimes you just got to escape. A professor once told me to be wary of the "golden handcuffs" or getting too complacent and comfortable... I saw what he meant. Guys with 10+ years of industry experience sitting around doing nothing and incapable, after years of atrophy, of doing anything of importance, but still collecting a check. I had to leave. It's the worst time to do so, but you don't see the living dead, your future, and stick around. So, good luck on your future ventures.


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