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Where is the Elephant?

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Feb 26, 2012 | 12:27 PM EST

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The Elephant also known as master of disguise in the world of the animals is hiding from you. Can you spot the whereabouts of this cunning beast?

Here is what Channel 4's E4 games said about it:
A philospohical investigation into the bleakness of absurdity

Never before has a game tried to journey so deeply into our own human consciousness. Where's The Elephant seeks to tease out something tangible from the miasma of ethereal non-specifics that make up our daily existences, be they real or surreal.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

I got to 108..


Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

I'm sorry to say that I disliked it. I can see it being entertaining for a few seconds, something you might play while a game is loading, but on average, I agree with most of the other commentators. It was too simple, and the score was hard to read. To be completely honest, I can only see young kids playing this for more than a minute. It would be interesting if there was, for example, another few objects, maybe one added for each point? Eventually it could become actually challenging, one of those random addicting things. Also, I found the soundtrack obnoxios. Once again, I apologize for the negative review.

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Rated 0 / 5 stars

This was... just so terrible. Maybe I'm spoiled with so many amazing people on Newgrounds... but, I found the soundtrack absolutely disgusting. The game was too simple for any entertainment. The closest I came to entertainment was clicking randomly while the game was randomizing a stage to get another point... While I'm on the topic, the points were annoying to read, yellow on a cream/peach ground makes for difficult reading... The title screen harmonica was so loud and imediate, it could make someone scream.
Overall. I found this to be one of the worst things I've ever played... But there's some things you could probably do pretty easily to make the game better.
1. Lower the singing in-stage and the title screen Harmonica.
2. Add a few more types of scenery... maybe grass, ice, the sky, et cetera.
3. Change the color of the score for each different stage so they contrast and the score is easily readable, or better yet, make a menu-like bar.

Oh. And by the way, was this just a joke...?
This seems like some AI that could be done in a few minutes....
And, I'm sorry if I came off mean...


Rated 5 / 5 stars

i want the soundtrack RIGHT NOW!