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Story of the Blanks

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Jul 2, 2011 | 12:15 PM EDT
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Story of the Blanks is a short creepypasta fangame created in Adobe Flash. It was created for a game developing contest at Equestria Gaming
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The game is constrained to use genuine NES graphics and graphical limitations (down to the very 8 sprites per line limitation). Most if not all the music in the game was created by various people using famitracker (a NES/famicon tracker).

The excellent music was made by

CRTified Technician

Zero V2


You rock, woohoo!

MLP:FiM is copyright by Hasbro. This is a fangame made by a fan. It is not endorsed by, or in any way connected with Hasbro.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Good game. A little hard to believe that this story could happen in the world, MLP, But this game is really interesting (though a bit short). The benefit of thanks to an 8-bit graphics and music, everything looks very nice and remembers a time when there been popular 8-bit games.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

This game is creepy!
First I thought this would be a nice Pony-RPG.
But then it turned into a Pony-Horror game!
And I liked that, it startled me too :)


Rated 5 / 5 stars

awsome game


Rated 5 / 5 stars

this is the only flash game that startled me
(and ive played a lot)


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

I am sorry. This was a pretty fun game, but I haven't watched My little pony since I was a way little kid (on a tape that had a big chunk missing).

So I didn't know if the things I am missing is due to not watching the FiM movie, or the fact that this game is written badly.

Thanks to AntiGuardian for explaining it.

Given what AntiGuardian said, and the fact that you are making an NES game style, I would suggest having a revealing text rather than having the ghost say "I'm sorry I wanted to know why it happened." NES games (back in the day) was either pointless as a storyline (like duck hunt) or they had the tendancy to over explain, to make sure everyone understood. So for an Nintendo Entertainment System style game, I'd keep that spirit in there as well as just simple graphics.