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May 25, 2012 | 1:02 AM EDT
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Hello Newgrounds! I missed you.
I finally have the opportunity to show you LUCKY DAY FOREVER. Completed 2011, premiering at last online NOW, right here on Newgrounds!

"Prole 514 dreams about winning the Great Lottery. The lottery winner is transformed and allowed admission into the elite White society, where everyone is beautiful, young and happy and people spend their carefree lives solely on fun and partying. One day, 514's wish comes true... but was this what he really wanted?"

Thanks for all the great feedback and reviews, kind and less kind alike! Yes, I do read them all.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

if you don't get whats going on your kinda of a dumb ass...

I love this thing


Rated 3 / 5 stars

The animation and sound are great, but the story is kind of confusing. It's left just vague enough for the viewer to put in their own meaning to what's going on. It's not exactly clear as to what is happening. The ending left me feeling unfulfilled and felt unfinished. Good experience none-the-less.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

That was so sad ='(

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

I am speechless, this is one of the best flashes I have ever seen. It shows how humanity always wants perfection, as seen in the flash we finally obtain perfection but we lose our humanity in the progress.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

As soon as I watched the "Smile" posters it immediately became evident to me the analogy to that great Flash. I remember watching that movie, even commenting it afterwards, with a heavy weight in my heart as if that dystopia were true - breathing people's illusions. This becomes an expansion on that concept, of nightmarish grandeur, and that's why I got chills in the first place... The lifeless smiles, the culture of image draining the very life from you, and the illusion of getting rid of your crappy life. Was it worth? Hell no. Prole 514 was lured by the merciless industry, aspiring to become one of them by abandoning his own safe lair when the chance occurred. He became what he probably hated most, and forced to live a non-life forever. Sure, his former life wasn't that bright and he maybe didn't even have the money to eat... but at least he was free. Of dreaming.

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