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Mar 11, 2003 | 11:49 PM EST

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One Must Fall: 2097 (demo)

This is my attempt at starting my dream work in Flash. Recreating the greatest game ever for old school PC. I'm gonna need some help, cause I'm not that good in flash, but take a look at what's done so far.



Rated 5 / 5 stars October 24, 2008


Hey Gary
Big 10 on the OMF so far
Im a huuuugee fan of this game, I as former reviews said this game was THE time waster for people who didn't have internets or school boredom you know

I still play it now and then :)
Sorry to tell you my Flash skills aren't that great so I'm no help at all
but a nice review is always welcome right?

Sooo Good luck finding your flashmate, I think this is pretty much teh pl@ce to be to find one lol.

Cya out there

- Talin


Rated 0 / 5 stars October 5, 2008

Absolutely appalling!

You don't even get to fight! You go thru the menu screens, selecting the ONE character you have available, only to find out that is all you've made? Why this was submitted I have no idea, as it is completely useless in it's current form. Have you went ahead and finished this? No. Bah.


Rated 0 / 5 stars September 19, 2008

hate mail

dident even get to do any thing but pick a polit GAY


Rated 1 / 5 stars June 5, 2007


Seriously, how this made it past blam i don't know, but all it is is 6 different buttons in total and some decent music and ripped sprites. This only got a decent score as everyone knows you from the numa numa dance...
...make this game finished for god sake.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars September 9, 2006


Gary, you are amazing! Not only is OMF: 2097 one of the coolest DOS games out there but it is even cooler because of Kenney Chou's music. I used to play that game for hours and hours in my pre-internet, pre-windows 95 days. Nice Work so far!