Figured I go ahead and give a shot at actually submitting something. This was made as my mid-term project for a flash class I was taking in college. That being the case, there were a lot of stupid rules and must haves that I had to abide by, which forced me to improvise something less than stellar. However, considering that all the teacher wanted was some basic crappy flash animation, I think what I turned out submitting was pretty awesome and went FAR beyond that of everyone else in the class. It's still garbage XD but I enjoy it.
-The "preloader" doesn't move or anything... but it is loading, I swear. That part wasn't in the original project, but I threw it in before posting to here so that it wouldn't go straight to the play button without downloading first. It's not a big file, but still. XP (And yes, I tried adding the NG Pre-loader, that fucked everything up somehow, so I scrapped that idea. Maybe next time.)
-There is no audio... Sorry. It wasn't a requirement for the project and I couldn't think of anything to put in there that would really add to the overall atmosphere in a positive way so... enjoy the silence I guess.
-There used to be back buttons... those were required for the project. But I didn't think you really needed them here so I killed them all, except for the very last one which is a replay button now.
-There are two buttons in the opening scene. The normal "next scene" button and the cool one... Use the cool one. It's technically "hidden" but not really.
-The backgrounds and images in scene 1, 3, and 4 are ripped straight from Ruby Quest, a MSPA-style "quest" made by Weaver. If you've never heard of it, Google it. Google it NOW. (I did draw the character floating about in scene 4 myself though)
-Scene 4 and 5 are kind of long... in retrospect, Annoyingly Long... since not much is really going on in them... but the wait (hopefully) pays off in the end.
-Scene 5... Yes. That's who you think it is. And if you don't know who it is, don't Google It. Or do... just don't blame me if you lose several nights of sleep to season one of Marble Hornets.
-Thus far, Scene 6 seems to be the only part that ever actually makes people "Jump" when watching this... I find that funny. Maybe it's just shock value but... whatever. XD