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A Trip to the Carnival

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My first flash game. Made 6 hours after buying flash. Just a little VN my friends made using visual basics. They wanted me to convert it into flash so here it is. Have fun!
Any tips or reasonable criticisms are welcomed.


Yeah. Good start. Interesting premise. Now, care to add some gameplay to this piece you've classified as a game?

Thanks for wasting my time. This should not be in the game section.

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This isn't a game. This isn't a story either. This is nothing.

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This is a game?

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You had me at "WHEEEEEEEEE~"

I clicked the link, not expecting much more than another mediocre flash slapped together by a middle-schooler......
I left the page, 5 minutes later, a heaping, sobbing pile of human emotion. This story has moved me, it is the pinnacle of what all writers and creators are striving for in today's modern age. Absolutely beautiful, I loved the clever twist at the end, where zombie clown ate bro. Never have I grieved so much over the loss of a fictional character than for bro. In fact, I grieved less at my parent's double funeral, after they both simutaneously died of cancer and aids, respectively.
I commend you for your wonderful contribution to humanity, and look forward to your future masterpieces.
The only suggestion I can think of is to prolong the story, so I might chance upon enjoying a few more moments of this godly story.

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seabere responds:

Finally someone on this site that understands my pure genus. You sir are the reviewer of the highest intellect on this whole website. Bravo good sir.

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Credits & Info

3.60 / 5.00

Oct 10, 2011
1:45 AM EDT
Adventure - Point 'n Click