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Aug 13, 2009 | 10:03 PM EDT

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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.



Rated 4 / 5 stars

:O My hero! :D

You left ubisoft!? Good on ya! Man you can do TONS better than them. I mean its been going downhill for ages lets be honest. Just don't join EA, I mean they really are a factory of crap. Maybe try Bethesda? Anywho, nice game. I mean its not really a game, its more an ethergy or a message but its a message I like.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars


That was pretty interesting. It made me think for some reason..

Anyway, I liked the concept of "leaving". It is a very original one and shows the creator's creativity. I like the simple graphics. Frank Sinatra also made this game great, as his voice compliments gameplay well. Though, I was surprised at the game's short length.

I enjoyed this but it was too short. Too short.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Oh Snap!!!

It was a good flash, but a little to general, you should have made it a bit more personal. An you don't mean ubisoft as in Assassins Creed, Fracry, Splinter Cell, Rainbow Six etc. Ubisoft do you?

SwingSwing responds:

I mean "Ubisoft" like in "Ubisoft videogame developer", yes.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Suiciding is not the answer...

... This is the meaning of this game and this is what it's all about. So it's not the regular kind of games you see on newgrounds who cares...

SwingSwing responds:

God (who ?), no suicide is not the meaning of this game.
It's more about liberty. :)


Rated 4 / 5 stars

I liked it.

I thought it was creative how you made the characters sprites and the background hand drawn, it had a cool effect on the flash. I like your reason for creating this flash too, you definately proved a point. I think the main message you were trying to spread went over my head, but what I guess it means is do what you think is right no matter what other people say. You have some followers and some non-believers, but you should still go for it, there is no way back after you've started.

The Sinatra music was very relaxing and made the mood for the game, I enjoyed that. One thing I disliked though is that the lack of instruction made you really have to think about what you were playing, so at the end you have to wonder and recall what just happened to comprehend the message this game is sending. Still, I thought it was a creative and entertaining game. Keep up the great work!