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Old 12-11-2010, 01:44 PM   #1
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Last month my latest game, SAW II: Flesh and Blood released. Not the greatest reviews so far, but whatcha gonna do? Here's some highlights. The rest can be found on my site, including some lip-synching animations I did.










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Was wondering if you had anything to do with this one as well as the last (Loved number one - getting 2 for christmas - well hoping).

The stuff looks good - cant wait to play
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" Last month my latest game, SAW II: Flesh and Blood released. Not the greatest reviews so far, but whatcha gonna do?"
- movies to game and vice versa ( in general) don't work so there is nothing you can do

I personally don't like the SAW movies and never played the game, but I do like the work you have displayed here looks good
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Good work mate...not my kinda game...I will see what it scores at bigpond GameArena though...out of interest.

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would the game be able to be realised in Australia with all there silly rules with video games
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Probably not tweety...they are still arguing over ratings...its bullshit anyway...buy it online and get it sent..bahahaha
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Whats the thing under the bats?
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Nice toys to play with : ))))))))
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Whats the thing under the bats?
It's not a real thing. It's a conglomeration of a lot of different objects. The idea is that it's a air-compressor powered drill on rails for factory assembly line work.
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