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Terri: Culture of Death Terri: Culture of Death

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Very funny

Yes I was one of those people who got caught out by the joke, franticaly hitting every button on the keyboard to get her up and running. Only to realise that she was incapable of doing so.

Also reading the reviews I have realised that there are a whole load of dipsticks on Newgrounds. People with hightened moral values that we will never be so human as them that they are sensetive to the destruction of something that is basicaly dead anyway.

People that want to keep people in vegestative conditions alive are the same people who are the "needy" kind who can't accept that once a person is significantly brain damaged that they aint the same nor will their exsistence positively affect those around them. To the ones who keep going on saying "suppose that was your mother/sister/aunty?!11". All I can say is that I am damn sure that I dont want to be continualy whiping the excess drool and snot from my mothers face, give her fucking sponge baths and a hospital bill that my family cannot support for someone who has the same social impact as a stuffed pet.

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Echogenesis Echogenesis

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Needs more...

I opened this thing thinking that it was insanely interactive, like I could manipulate almost everything and anything. But alas this is not what I found.

The graphics, sound and the whole idea of it was absolutely spot on, but I was left desiring ALOT more on the interactive side of it.

Hopefully you will create a "part 2" of this that is alot more interactive and allows the user to manipulate the objects and music alot more so they can actually experiment and find sound structures they like.

All in all a VERY good idea but it falls flat with the idea not being fully put to work.