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Dec 20, 2010 | 9:24 PM EST

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Wrench Finder 5 Points Congrats! you found the wrench.
Bag Of Shit 10 Points Successfully created a bag of shit
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Teacher Savior 25 Points Saved the hot teacher
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Author Comments

***UPDATE 6/08/11*****
-Lowered the Pillow fight health bar to make it easier...
-Fixed character turn around against vagina monster.

**** I gotta be honest.. this game works better on a mac than a PC... not sure why.

This is a game about an evil teacher who is also a scientist who plans to take over the town. There is only one person who can stop him. That man's name is Snakebite. Snakebite is one badass dude and he is the only one who has the ability to stop the scientist.

The game is an adventure/fighter game. There is a total of 3 boss fights. Plenty of in game movie segments. I had a long list of voice actors who helped make this game amazing!

if you want to skip the intro segment....
S = skip intro segments
but i highly suggest you watch it.

Q = toggle quality

Enjoy! and please leave a review! This is my first very serious flash game. I worked on it for about a year off and on. I appreciate any kind of feedback. Also there are medals!



Rated 4 / 5 stars

I actually liked this.

I thought that the writing was funny and the actually game play was cool, if a bit buggy. I mean, sure, the story made very little sense, and yes, from a technical standpoint the fights were crappy, but who really cares? I mean, when you're playing a point-and-click game where the first item is literally crap and the first fight is a pillow fight, do you really need an overly complex plot or amazingly well planned out fights that leave the player in awe? I think not. The game aimed to be funny, and it largely succeeded. I chuckled at many of the jokes, and only a few lines missed me. I took off one point because the game was too short, and one point for some hit detection issues. I only took off one point for said issues because the battles were generally amusing (and easy) enough where they didn't really matter all that much. Overall this game was enjoyable, if a bit brief.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


this game very witty in a comical way
the music was good
and I also enjoyed the art work

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Rated 2 / 5 stars

Really, really gay...

Pillow-fights? Monsterous pussies? "Deflating the python"?
Or this game is hilariously misguided, or just extremely gay.

I can't tell if it's on purspose!


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

So bad it's good

'nuff said.


Rated 1 / 5 stars

Is this some sort of in-joke?

I've got so many complaints I don't know how to order them. The only good audio was the scientist's voiceacting. All other audio was piss, either in quality or execution. I shouldn't have to sit through the stoners' lines every goddamn time I see them. The graphics were shit with a side of uncanny valley.

The pacing was horrible and there was almost no motivation to anything, much less direction on how to get from A to B with the exception of the jock, whom I have no reason to obey, and the liquor store owner. Come to think of it, there was nothing connecting the vagina monster to the scientist, so... I guess Jake just gets into random fights? If it wasn't for the terribly scripted and trite opening monologue, nothing would make sense.

The fighting was terrible. First off, it was inconsistent. You probably screwed yourself by writing two separate types of fighting game, and both were pretty bad. It was difficult when to tell when Richard was in range, and the uncharged attack was useless there. For the other two, it was impossible to dodge effectively since you did shoddy work on collision detection. This game style should have had two hit boxes, high and low, and the attacks should only have aimed for them, instead of using collision detection on the shapes of the characters. Because of this, the angular attacks hit me even when I was dodging, and also when the enemy withdrew from an attack. Since there was no [obvious] low attack, both special attacks were mostly useless, especially since the rocket launcher did so little damage on its own. Invisible hit boxes are your friend here.

For object detection, you should have used a simpler schematic. It took me forever to find the wrench because the buttons were so small. The whole dresser should have been a button, as well as the doors being buttons instead of just the knobs. I like the feedback from the locked doors, but did you really have to make every locker functional? Just because you can copy and paste doesn't mean you should. You probably could have saved a bunch of space without those and the other useless things. That said, the people all need more constructive feedback.

I guess that's all for now.

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