OMG NOT A GAEM BLAMBLAMBLAM FLAMEFLAMEFLAME
I hate the fact that I have to share a planet with some of these people... It's interactive, thus considered a game. Some of the art was rather poorly done, but lets face facts, I love me a good pun. And some of these really got me laughing. It's almost like an alternative art thread dedicated to screws. I did actually enjoy it.
Finding that damn secret medal: Can't figure it out.
Got a laugh out lf it as art!
Definitely not a game - the only clear distinction for a game is it should have some mechanism to stop the player from progressing to a desired end. Note the player doesn't ever have to make it to this ending! Not interactive - if I poke it it doesn't react, other than progressing forward or maybe revealing a secret. Definitely art, but sadly no "flash art" category. And sadly most flash art (interactive or "flipbook" as is this) suffers for being neither a movie nor a game.
Generally to stop claiming everything as art, art should be concerned with the expression of an idea / ideas - which the this does nicely - except maybe the leap to nails... damn rogue nails always competing with the screws!
Maybe announce it to the world as art, apologise profusely for having to submit it as a game or movie, and tell everyone "Screw you too!"
I liked it.
The artwork made me lawl, and that's good enough for me.
the Clock Crew's unrivaled enemies
Funny collection, though some really suck :P
To get the secret medal, you need to go to the picture with the artist's name, Blounty. Click in the center of the left most eye.
Then click on the center of the screw in the ice cream.
Then click in the center of the screworm on the right side of the bump.
After that click slightly below the tonsil.