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We made this simple flash game as part of an integrated viral campaign.

This has been made in support of MTV's Staying Alive campaign.

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still gayer than AIDS

I left you a shitty submission for a shitty game and you delete my post? Heres the facts. This game SUCKS. It has no play value, the AIDS/HIV questions are trivial at best, and it does NOTHING to raise awareness for AIDS. People come to this site to play fun, mind numbing games, not to play piece of shit wanna be social commentaries.

Go on, delete my post again or maybe cowboy the fuck up and make a response.


This game was created as part of a STUDENT project (with no creative input from MTV) and is a single part of a campaign that didnt cost anything to make. It has raised awarnes reguardless of whether the game is good or not. If it can assit in informing and rasing awarness of HIV in any way it is doing its job. The game itself may not diretly help anyone, however the link to MTV's staying alive website (www.staying-alive.org) allows people to find detailed information and help to those that seek it.


This sort of worthless shit won't help anyone learn anything. The 20 minutes one of your interns took to make this game could have been used to donate money to 20 different AIDS research funds. Instead you're raising "awareness" on fucking Newgrounds. UGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHH!


Thanks for the info and the education. And thanks for wasting my time making me walk around a maze that i mastered when i was in diapers just to learn something useful in the most mundane and mind numbing way possible. Thanks again.


So, is this pro HIV or against it? I can't tell what's going on or what point you're even trying to get across.

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3.27 / 5.00

Nov 19, 2010
6:00 AM EST