y my 6th movie

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"Zombie Nightmare 1: pt. 1"

This is part one of "Zombie Nightmare 1". (I divided it into two parts because of the large file size) This is a game, you have to kill the zombies and escape the house. After completing part one, you will be given a password. (remember or write down the password) You need that password to play part two. I chose to do a password because I really wanted people to play this one first before going to part two since it's really supposed to be one thing.
After you play this, be sure to go to part 2 to see the ending...yes, I just submitted part 2.

This was made by Violet-AIM (not XwaynecoltX). He broke into my account and tried to claim collab credit for some of my movies.

Absent from flash after this was made. Any posts or reviews made by me from May 2005-Jan 2011 was not by me.


Where the hell is part two!?

U said u have just submited part two , but where the hell is it!?

Good game but..

Why in the hell is it called y my 6th movie?!?!

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not bad, infact i think ill play it again.........

it was good, but it got a bit boring after a while, but still a good try!


It was good til the part when they key dont work...

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Violet-AIM responds:

The 1st set of keys is for the car. You need to find the hidden key behind the red/yellow painting, look for it with your mouse.

Good stuff

There are some minor flaws here (I'm still not sure what "zombie energy" means) and the graphics don't compare to your later work, but this game is actually quite enjoyable. Randy Solem is one of the best NG artists, and his suggestion to make a zombie game was a great one.

Violet-AIM responds:

What zombie energy? Oh, you mean how you had to kill the zombie. I guess according to the typical zombie theory, all you really have to do is kill a zombie in the head, but then that would be too easy, so then I gave the zombie an energy bar.

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2.75 / 5.00

Feb 17, 2001
2:54 AM EST
Adventure - Point 'n Click