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Reviews for "Infection : The Host"

Very nice

Although I had a little trouble getting used to the controls, I have to say this was a very good flash. Work a bit on the controls and you've got a golden game :)

Hey

I really liked your game, do you think you could teach me how to make flash please?

Send me a PM and I'll tell you my email adress

Awesome

I can't believe it, I didn't know Flash could pull such awesome stuff. Keep up the good work

Dude, what the hell?!

How the fuc did you manage to make something awesome like this? Great work, man.

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Really awesome

That's some really awesome stuff you've got there. Make more.

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