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Dec 3, 2004 | 7:52 AM EST
  • Daily 2nd Place December 4, 2004

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How do you get rid of a junkyard full of televisions? By shooting them, of course! The switch from analogue to digital television has left The Eggmen with a huge stockpile of obselete TV sets. Using four fantastic weapons it's down to you to destroy as many TVs as you can as they are flung across the screen. What will be your favourite weapon? The Blunderbuss, The Laser Cannon, The ESP Helmet or The Proton Accelerator? Find your style, rack up a high-score and challenge a friend to beat it. Operation Switchover is GO!

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

short and very sweet!

Loved the animation and the weapons, though the proton accelerator sucked a little bit. my favourite part was, weirdly enough, the way the television sets move. no idea why. The only down point is the monotomy.

Look forward to future flash from you.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


great game, i really liked the different weapons , keep it up.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Great Game.

Usually when you see a submission that's around <100k, you dont hold out much hope for its survival, or content for that matter. However! This game has proven that this doesn't always apply. Excellent graphics, sound and gameplay make Operation Switchover a totally kickass little game. I realy enjoyed it because of its origionality.

Those of you reading that that haven't tried it out, please do so.
That is all.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

very addicitive

couldnt stop playing this one, great sound effects on the weapons, and i really loved that blunderbuss :D

keep up the good work, and lets see another one of these with more guns and stuff ;)


Rated 3 / 5 stars

Not bad...

was this originally meant as a viral marketing tool? The pseudo first person shooter mouse click boom interface was decent. the third person perspective along with the 'tracking' of the weapon while moving the mouse around was also good. Was this ever actually used by Sony? Depending on who you dealt with they can be anything from pretty cool to giant pains in the ass... A while back I did marketing/promo materials for the Sony Picture Perfect (playstation crap) and it was very difficult at times to get approval for ideas - more often than not, the MBA's frowned on, complained about and finally killed anything resemblish originality or creativity... If you DO work in the field, drop me a comment or a reply and we'll talk a bit about contract work... If you don't, or aren't interested then nevermind all of this, good luck in the future and keep submitting!

Kempt responds:

Hi There...

Well yes this is intended to be viral, I like to submit things here first because I think you lot are a much harder audience to please and therefore we can judge better whether the things we produce are good or not.

On that subject, thanks to you all for all the compliments on here, it means a lot.

As for contracting etc... well we're always up for more work! We are based in the UK though so I'm not sure if that would be a problem. You can check us out and get in touch at:

Well thanks again and have fun!