"Well all i can say is what a great way to have fun yet learn, this has got to be the most addictive thing i have seen yet, games and fun are one thing but this is just taking it to a new level!! This has by far got to be one of the best sites i have ever been to. The creativity and work put into this has been throughly thought out and is very well put together. Continute the good work and keep 'em coming!!!"
- Tammy Vautour
"I just wanted 2 say that I think your site and your creations are TOOO freakin AWESOME!!! KICK ASS work my friend, I have gotten everybody I know w/ at work and outside HOOKED on your "dramas". I hope you're gettin a good cut of $$$ for your creations, cause they're worth it! Anyway, KEEP it up buddy! PEACE!" - Anonymous
"These things are addictive! If you don't beat them the first time around, you keep playing until you do. I think they're cool." - Jennifer
"First, not only does this flash make you pick your brain a little but it also gives you sympathy for the store clerk. There were points where I felt sorry for the girl and when I didn't want to annoy her. This flash also had wonderful voice acting and the added hint feature proved most useful. Anybody who gives this entry a bad rating obviously is either ignorant, stupid, or just immature." - Icewolf, Newgrounds
"I think this site is one of the best that I have visited. This is exactly what I was looking for. I would like to congratulate whoever invented this site on a job well done" - Roxie McCall
"I found all three episodes of "Ambition" by Michael Gibson excellent. They all took me several attempts and taught me a lot. I found that there was just enough information to tease my brain and make me think, but not so much that I would become a simple 'vegetable,' just watching another movie. I found the third episode particularly preferable. I do sympathise with him, but it was not so much Ted himself that interested me. I am a particular fan about Ted's theory on the truth being just like an onion in that there are layers upon layers, ultimately leaving you with the choice to either just let it rest and trust in God, or to try and pursue it in your own mortal strength, and send yourself mad. My congratulations to Michael Gibson, clearly a talented mind behind these interactive cartoons." - Esther