Snipe Justin Timberlake

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I can't believe this game is approaching it's TWO YEAR BIRTHDAY, but it seemed very relevant (and tasteless) in the context of current events.

This game was originally not submitted via the Portal. This is one step forward in my slow transition to put all of my games in the Portal.

Use the mouse to aim, and the UP and DOWN arrow keys to zoom in and out. You need to get lined up to fire. The closer you zoom in, the better your accuracy! Don't get caught by cameras and security guards! Even Justin can spot you!

Artwork by Luis!

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This game used to frustrate me so much when i was younger, i used to try and shoot all of the guards before going after Timberlake. It's fun to come back to this now, and it's so satisfying when i finally do take him down.

What's the point? Fun, but the whole concept is not very great

TomFulp responds:

That's a good question... This really goes back to my feeling that a lot of great musicians weren't getting air time on TV and radio. I felt NSYNC had been assembled by the recording industry as a way to maximize their share of profits, at the expense of more deserving artists. I've since decided that Justin Timberlake is pretty cool and in retrospect I wouldn't make a game about shooting him with a high powered sniper rifle.

Why kill Justin Timberlake? :|

TomFulp responds:

I know right?

It's pretty easy, just zoom in at sky then shoot the camera on top right corner then wait for the target to appear in any of the two top right windows while keeping crosshair in between.

The target is chosen perfectly but the game is ultimately too easy as most of the mansion and guards are just to be ignored.

I had no idea this game would be so hard. It just seemed like a pretty simple game by its title. Then again, Justin Timberlake is really good nowadays. Dang, he's better as a solo artist. The animation is quite good. It's just hard to keep up with.

I can tell Luis was the artist. It's great to see two great guys collaborating here. The sounds were pretty nice. I think his career isn't that bad looking back. "The Social Network" was a great movie.

Credits & Info

3.73 / 5.00

Oct 23, 2002
12:30 PM EDT
Action - Shooter - First Person
  • Daily 2nd Place October 23, 2002