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Thank you to everyone who made comments about this movie. I've added new scenes and more interactivity to get to a winning outcome.
This is still a short movie version of our full blown negotiation game. Our negotiation game consists of 5 flash movies held together by a flash brain. Because it would be impossible to control five movies here we've removed the negotiation element and are just showing the movie with a little interactivity. You can suggest to Syd and Wilma what to do. Unfortunately, they may argue against it and do something stupid.

WARNING: This movie is graphic intensive. If you have a slow computer please right click on the movie and reduce the quality. Otherwise it may chug slowly and it won't be much fun.



When you play the game suddenly you get back to the play button and intro is fukken long and cant skip! SUXX! It was bad made to, you trace shitty! Even if you choose an option the bitchos® does other anyways! FIX BUGS AND DONT RELEASE HALF BUGGED GAMES DAMMIT!!


that was boring, they were acting too calm for people who just ran over someone who had a wad of cash and message of someone who was getting beaten or something seriously i didnt even wanna finish it, i mean come on "the gods havent abandoned me"

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Great artwork but...

Great artwork and it might have had a good plot, but jeez, it's sooooooooooo drawn out. It takes a couple minutes before any interaction, then I waited out another 3 or 4 minutes of slow dull story line before I just gave up.

Too bad

Preloder is hardly working, movie ends after she put body in car, better fix it.

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usually i like ure movies but this is....sucky.... there is no winning solution if you dont pay.... greedy bastard.... this is lame and i dont want to pay for it. Also this was way too long and boring.

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3.50 / 5.00

Nov 12, 2004
6:41 PM EST
  • Daily 3rd Place November 13, 2004