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Jan 18, 2012 | 8:28 PM EST

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Protest 5 Points You oppose SOPA & PIPA

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Formerly "PIPA is a cunt".

Something I tried to whip up in the 12 hours NG was blacked out.

It ain't great.

The music is "I Lived On The Moon" by Kwoon.

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xAyjAyxAyjAy

Rated 5 / 5 stars January 25, 2012

anything was said in this game

if they want to control the internet why stopping with the internet? control everything: what people say, what people do, anything that they dont like as like art, t.v., games (i mean not only flash games)...they could start to control the live of everyone with a device. if you do or say something wrong you get punished. and then they say your free.



hadokenstylehadokenstyle

Rated 4 / 5 stars January 25, 2012

So-

I tried holding left at the beginning, and I vanished off the screen. I held it for a few minutes. Then I held right again, and eventually I appeared on the screen again.

There's got to be a meaning behind it, since that's really deep.


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callumgarycallumgary

Rated 5 / 5 stars January 20, 2012

why don't you people see?

what this actually represents is the authors interaction with humanity,
he uses black and white for the connotations of cold and prison like... much like his mind.
inside this young man's mind is a vision, a vision so thought provoking and existential that he must show you through his ART and I mean ART.

It's ok beans.... its ok we know you are gay, and you are accepted, and maybe somehow deep down. we all want to get hamm'd
but know, deep down in my heart..... i still love you x



skadyskady

Rated 5 / 5 stars January 20, 2012

WOW

IMPRESSIVE. Very impressive and powerful representation of the unfortunate reality we have become over the past few decades. Wonderful. Wonderful. Wonderful.


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LemonatorLemonator

Rated 4 / 5 stars January 19, 2012

This is really great

I love the asthetic, and the music is a nice touch; it achieves the desired emotional effect, and the whole thing is well done (especially the ending). But although I appreciate the intention behind many of these anti-SOPA games, I can't help but feel that your game in particular (among others) is kind of a propaganda of sorts. I mean, I don't want the bill to get passed as much as anyone else--but as long as we're being honest here, who has ACTUALLY read the bill themselves? As opposed to hearing about it from friends or some other outside party (who probably got it secondhand as well).

It definitely seems bad. And I'm sure in at least some regards it would be. But maybe we're overreacting a bit? That's not a rhetorical question, by the way. I'M a hypocrite, because I'm just as uneducated about it as most people probably are (could be wrong here too). But doesn't it seem logical to be well read on something before getting up in arms about it?


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