So what are we looking at here?
Well, abortion it was supposed to be my best Flash game ever. In fact, youth health it had it all: particle-based special effects; a riveting backstory; beat-the-clock, prostate life-or-death action; and a lovable little rapscallion by the name of L’il Johnny. In short, it was supposed be the next Li’l Johnny Adventure.
So what happened? Well, to be blunt: It bores the crap outta me, and therefore, I ain’t letting anybody else play it, either!
Technically, the new game is pretty much done, and technically, it’s a marvel: endless multi-level play, impressive special effects, the works! But technically, it’ll also put you to sleep in five minutes flat. So rather than bang my head against the wall trying to force some fun into this beast â€” or worse yet, ask people to actually try playing it â€” I’m going to let it die peacefully in its sleep. I won’t subject you to “Li’l Johnny’s Rent-Controlled Apartment Adventure,”(See? Even the working title is boring!), and I’m turning my attention to a better, less ambitious project.
In fact, another game is coming right behind it (a simpler, better-than-burning-buildings game, at that!). And yes, everyone who donated to Deena’s MS 150 ride will get a role in the new game, too â€” and I’m sure they’ll like it even better! After all, who wants to star in a stinker?
Eventually, perhaps, I’ll find a use for some of the many neat things this game had in it. Perhaps not.
Meanwhile, on to smaller, better things.