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Dec 3, 2000 | 10:50 PM EST

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Rated 4 / 5 stars February 20, 2001

Nice work

I liked the game, but i feel that it should have been a little harder?


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars February 19, 2001

Smart, challenging, useful, nonviolent.

Congratulations to ZapDramatic for finally achieving their goal: "Web Drama" that actually works. The previous games were lackluster, due to being illogical and having silly premises. Mediator is great. The skills you use in this game are skills you need in real life. It's a game that respects the player's intelligence. (Admittedly, not a quality highly sought after among gamers, but still worth producing.) I only hope future ZapDramatic games will maintain this high quality. One quibble--I'd like for there to be more possible resolutions.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars February 19, 2001

I don't believe some of you guys....

Needs more VIOLENCE? Add HUMOR?

This isn't some cheap laugh game, man, it's a *serious* game. Why do some people rely on blood and stupid jokes (usually pornographic stuff, too, the idots you get these days), to like a movie?

If you ask me, it was cool, notice how no-one says *what* was wrong with it? These people are all idiots, I mean, if it sucked it wouldn't be in the adventure section of games with a picture next to it, people are so dumb I mean my own "ViolentScope" got higher than this and it's not as good....this deserves a much higher rating, lots of effort, good graphics and sound, a nice know some poeple are idiots.

Nice work.


Rated 2 / 5 stars February 19, 2001

Whiping my anal cavity

I played this twice instead of using it as toilet paper. I'M SO ASHAMED!!


Rated 3 / 5 stars February 18, 2001

Down the Tubes

What happened?? The first four were so good, and the rest have gone down the shithole. I hope they get better, they have had some good flash programs in the past