Street Life

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I made this at the start of 2000. Keep in mind - it was cool back in the day, so don't expect it to kick ass...now that people have much higher expectations for every aspect of Flash games.

Hell, don't even bother to play it.


Holds up surprisingly well!

Old this game may be, but its still entertaining as hell!

The illusion of choice is severely limiting of course since you have to to go to the alley to progress into the club and so forth, but its the steps you take in getting thru that make for the laughs. You know its not going not be a good idea to keep arguing with a big burly black guy, but isn't it fun doing it anyways?

Of course, like I said its severely limited choices you have here, and more options would have been better. The aforementioned black guy for instance. I had a gun on me at that current time, I should have been able to shoot him during our arguement to continue hitting on his girl (although that may not have worked out so well given the circumstances!)

Still, for a game this old, it's still very entertaining to play

Interesting to see Stampers Early work

Honestly I never would've thought this would be Stampers style seeing his art style today and all. Sure has come a long way with that stuff. As for the game itself it's actually still playable and entertaining today. So many crazy things to do in this game kill a thug watch hentai... (of all places) and more.

You're all right Stamper!


i remember when this came out like everyone else haha

Street Life

This is an instant classic.
The animation was the most slick iv'e seen for eleven year ago games so far.
I simply enjoyed this game and definitely should be one of the many classics on Newgrounds.
-Phillip Vorrasi

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I remember playing this when it first came out! It used to take a while to load on the ol' dial-up though...


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3.56 / 5.00

Apr 22, 2000
4:37 AM EDT
Adventure - Point 'n Click