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Stepping Away

2014-01-17 20:02:58 by Hyptosis

I'm going to be stepping away from indie game dev for a while. I have two games that are half finished right now, I probably won't get them done. I'll try to knock them out in the next 30 days but most likely it's just not going to happen. It's been a blast, and a great experience. I've met so many kickass people, I have new friends now, a lot of new knowledge, and mostly fond memories. But things are changing and I just don't enjoy it anymore. The attitude of players seem more sour now than when I started, and I dunno if this is just me, or an actual change, but I don't even look forward to reading the player comments anymore. And I used to LIVE for that, even the bad comments. My last few games have flopped, my sponsors lost money on them, the players didn't like them, and honestly I didn't really even enjoy making the last couple because I knew the players wouldn't like them.

I'm not putting this on anyone besides myself, I just don't enjoy it anymore. And if I don't enjoy it, my products are going to be crap. I'll try to keep in touch when I can, and maybe I can set some time aside later in the year and do some more work. But I honestly just can't afford to do this anymore, both financially and inspiraitonally? If that is even a word.

I've had a new job offer, it isn't a job I like, but it is a job I can do. And it'll provide for me and my family in the future. But I won't be home anymore, I won't have time to be online, and I won't even be in the country (USA) half the time. So it isn't fair for me to claim I'll try to keep making games, when I know I won't be able to. I'd rather pleasantly surprise everyone than lie to them.

So thanks guys, and thanks NG, best online community I have EVER seen. So many great people. I can't even start to tell you guys how patient Tom and some of the staff here at NG has been with me. I came into this a few years ago, I didn't know how to do anything in flash at all, and I didn't know how to code. Tom answered every question I had when I know he had other shit to be doing. And Impendingriot spent hours getting me started on my own.

I'll still be around for a few weeks though, so I'll still be responding to emails and private messages and stuff until then. Thank you all so much, you've been great.


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2014-04-24 23:38:41

Just stumbled across this. I'm sorry to see that you've left, and I'm a little late, but I want you to know that you're not forgotten, and that we'll be waiting right here for you whenever you get back.


2014-03-10 17:24:03

I'm sorry that you lost your inspiration, and I hope you find it somewhere again. Your new job, hope it goes well and that you can provide for family. One last thing, thank you. Thank you for making Alice is Dead, and all your other games. It's too much for me to say good-bye, because they have been such a part of my life, so I'll have to say see you later.

Hyptosis responds:

Thanks, that means a lot. I'm really touched.


2014-03-09 23:46:51

Fuck, man. I really enjoyed your stuff, and in all honesty it's kind of painful to see you go. All the games you created, the stories, the characters, the artstyle, literally everything you made these past years has been utter brilliance.
But hey, your choice, I'm not one to change that.

Hyptosis responds:

It isn't much of a choice though, I don't enjoy it any more, and all I worry about is if I can pay my bills with this. I want to make a fantasy game, but can't, because they don't make as much as a zombie game, etc. That's a job, not a fun hobby anymore.


2014-03-06 21:33:20

Just read the comment and I actually have tears in my eyes.
I have been around indie-flash games since 2004 and shit, the scenario has changed a lot! People don't make games anymore like they used to. It seems like the "serious" makers are shifting toward a warped view in which money, money and money comes first above all else. I don't blame people who try to make games for money, you gotta live somehow once you reach adulthood and actually "start having a life", but still, people have degraded to the point where games are little more than money machines where all quality is set aside.
Your games have shone in this scenario simply because you kept a quality when everything else has shifted toward this strange scenario. Perhaps I'm getting old and couldn't adapt to these games but I think it is strange when you have to adapt to them in order to enjoy them.
All I can say now is that I hope you're still around in years to come, even if only to be one of the gamers instead of a maker. Sore as I might feel that a game maker of quality has left us, I wish you good luck and hope that you will have a good life outside. All I can really say is that I hope you don't reduce yourself to an unhappy worker that will do anything, even those he despise, so long he gets the money and can see the end of the day.
I wish you well and will root for you whatever path you may take!
So long and it was nice to meet you.
Yours Truly,

Hyptosis responds:

I never liked hanging a pricetag on my work. I started doing it for fun, then made enough money to like, really focus on it, but found I didn't enjoy the work anymore. It's an ugly cycle. I look forward to one day making games and comics again solely for the fun of it.


2014-03-06 16:46:57

I've only just read this news now. Your games have been a huge part of my life, and introduced me to the adventure game genre. I'm fifteen now, and a hardocre fan of the adventure game genre, but if I hadn't stumbled upon your incredible point n'clicks when I was but a young(er) lad, I don't think I would. Your work enriched my childhood, and everything you made was unique and delightful. Your wonderful, WONDERFUL games have made so many people happy. On the off chance that you read this, I want you to know this: I am so thankful. THANK YOU. Just, thank you. I wish you all the best in future endeavors, and I wish you and your family well. Take care! :)

Hyptosis responds:

I couldn't ask for better feedback. Damn man... I've got something in my eye, I dunno. Thanks. ;_;


2014-02-25 04:12:48

Hey. It was fun working with you, and it was lovely to see the work you did. I don't know if I'll ever come up with numbers for those who didn't enjoy the work you did -- but I DID enjoy it, always have, and likely always will. <3

All the best with the new job you've got. I'll be keeping you in my thoughts and prayers. And when you're ready to create again, I hope and trust that you'll be blessed with a great muse.

I will not be depressed that you have to step aside for a while -- but I'm grateful that our paths crossed.

Hyptosis responds:

Yeah, you're a kickass musician, it was fun! Thank you!


2014-02-23 16:39:51

Each one has to make his way, you let an inspiring work here, never forget, and come back some times, if you care, your place will still remain yours.

Hyptosis responds:

Thanks man, stay cool. ^_^


2014-02-14 05:50:11

could you actually tell us what your job is?
are you a hooker?!??!??!?!?
oh i know you make paintings that are toxic when somone touches them and they leave no evidence because you sold your soul to the devil the day you made alice is dead with your goddamn amazing art

Hyptosis responds:

Haha, I'm not a hooker, I'll just say the job is not art related, it is not creative, and it is no fun. But it pays well, and will require me leave my home for months at a time.


2014-02-12 16:18:42

I am just so depressed reading this. Alice Is Dead was one of the most touching and most awesome point and click games I have ever played. I was so looking forward to the fourth episode since with all these teased image of the rabbit I was 80% sure that a sequel would come out, I guess I was wrong. Anyway I really hope you continue well with your life and I am hoping in the potential of your return.
Thanks for all the awesome content you gave us during your game development career.

Hyptosis responds:

We did plan a sequel, and maybe one day, who knows. But I need some time off for sure, and some time to build a good financial cushion before I try to make games again.


2014-02-11 17:38:29

All this time waiting for a "Children of Brinn" sequel...SIgh...


2014-02-09 13:50:10

Really sorry to hear that. I thoroughly enjoyed The Sagittarian games. All of your games carried some of your signatures, and that made them worth trying out. I understand that you have to look out for yourself, though, and hope you find something that makes you happy. Thanks for the good times.

Hyptosis responds:

Thank you so much!


2014-02-07 23:50:06

I first played the first episode of alice is dead when I was twelve and too litlle to even know which way is up, I really loved your games, you somehow managed to pull it off everytime.
I am really happy that you move on in life and find something that makes you comfortable, Thank you for all the amazing times, I really hate the fact that you have to leave but it may be for the best in any case i agree with you, if one can't enjoy what they do, if they can not find a sense of purpose there is no way to do it

Hyptosis responds:

Thank you for the kind words, I'm touched.


2014-02-03 21:42:22

Well... Damn man. *Takes hat off.* I'm really sorry to hear that, even if I'm a little late to hear the news. I don't usually speak up like this, but I have to show my respects to such a great game developer. I've been playing your games ever since the first Sagittarian, and I loved playing all of your games since, even your more recent ones. I have to say, though your more recent games had their flaws, it was nowhere near enough to merit any harsh comments about them. I thought they were good, it it means anything. But, good luck to you, and I will be here when your path crosses with Newgrounds once again.

Hyptosis responds:

That means a lot. I will come back, I just need a break, I need to find myself again, and I need money. On the plus side, when I return, I won't have to make games and hope to make money on them, I can just make games for the fun of it again.


2014-02-03 12:02:47

Damn...I'm not good at this stuff so I'm just gonna say that I loved your work, you are my favorite artist and I sincerely hope you return someday...Anyways I'm happy that you take care of your family :)
As I said before I'm not good at emotional stuff so I won't say goodbye, just...see you later...

Hyptosis responds:

You too, thanks. ^5


2014-02-02 11:43:57

I'll miss you dollface. If there's anything I've learned though, absence makes the heart grow fonder.

Hyptosis responds:

I'll miss you too, I'll still take time to swing by and look at all your arts! :D


2014-02-01 00:50:34

I'm 18 and practically grew up on the content that you made here! Your games and creativity will forever mark me as the man I am today, and I love everything that you do. Keep living life, stay happy, love your family, and just be free. You're my hero, Hyptosis, please never forget that :')

Hyptosis responds:

Holy smokes man, wow. I'm touched. ;_;.


2014-01-30 22:07:36

Omg D: i'm so sorry. I made a account today just now just so i could comment. Your the reason and your games are what i used to play over and over again. And i love them and i'm so sorry if you don't enjoy making them anymore. I wish you would find your inspiration but oh well :C. I remember the first game i played which was Alice is dead and i loved it even to this day. If anything i hope your happy cause i'm sure you brought countless people tons of countless happiness. Especially mine. Also i'm sorry about the comments thing, i have no control over that and i'm sorry if comments are sour :/. I hope you find a way to make more games but otherwise thank you for your time and effort and i hope you live and wonderful life with your family :3. Good luck ! <3

Hyptosis responds:

Wow, thank you so much. I'm very touched. This really meant a lot to me.


2014-01-30 11:17:00

wow man, sad to see you go. Honestly your the main reason i check newgrounds once in a while. I hope your new projects / job will work out for you and that we may hear from you again!!

Good luck!

Hyptosis responds:

Thank you so much.


2014-01-29 01:08:12

Fucking hell, man, all your games were amazing. I didn't even realize you were gone until I checked the full list of activities from my favorite artists and saw a news post from you with a sorta sketchy title that honestly made me feel a bit empty inside when I saw it at first.
I'm gonna miss you. Guild Dungeons kept me busy for hours, so did Guild Dungeons 2, and your other stuff? The Sagittarian series, Alice is Dead...Scraps was a literal MASTERPIECE. I loved nearly all of your games.
I suppose all good things come to an end, and this is the end of this. Good luck in all of your future endeavors, my friend.

Hyptosis responds:

Thanks, I'm really glad you enjoyed some of my games. I couldn't ask for anything better. Stay cool man.


2014-01-28 01:29:46

Fuck, are you serious? If you really do decide to leave, I can't help but say that I hope you return. I always come back to Newgrounds to play your games. Each one is definitely amazing. I won't try to convince you to stay. I understand you. Relax, okay? Don't thank us. Thank you. Your games were a sweet pleasure for me. You were a gift. Thank you, thank you, thank you.

Hyptosis responds:

Thanks man, I'll try to come back one day. Once I got all my bills paid!


2014-01-26 20:05:55

I don't know what's going on in your life and I'm not about to try and convince you to change your mind about stopping. I just wanted to say thank you. I have always looked forward to your games and have enjoyed every single one of them. I've look forward to your games more so then any other on this cite and you're the only author I can or care enough to mention by name and not just 'that one guy'. So again, thank you for making the games you did and I hope you stay well.

Hyptosis responds:

Thanks for the support, stay cool.


2014-01-26 01:07:12

I never really comment/review on anything on here (unless I really feel like I have some unique criticism or praise), but I've always (quietly) given you support. AID is one of my favourite games on the site, and I really hope that you find joy in your work again someday. Thanks for all the great games you've made over the years, you'll be welcomed back with open arms if/when you start creating again.

Hyptosis responds:

Thank you so much!


2014-01-25 18:29:38

Aww, you're one of the few people I followed for their games. I get where you're coming from though, Some of your newer things I could just tell weren't up to your usual quality and now it makes sense why. Well, if you ever come back and make games, I look forward to it, otherwise, I enjoy the games you've made so far.

Best of luck with your new job.

Hyptosis responds:



2014-01-25 01:11:43

How could this happen. Although I wasn't super into to some of the newer stuff your older games like Hood, Alice is dead, and KOL were beyond riveting. I have never seen your art style anywhere else it is mind boggling and fantastic. Your writing is just about on par as well, I'm actually surprised your handlers lost money on your projects. You don't need to only blame yourself, even the indie game "market" has it's trends. It's possible your most recent game's style are out of the light right now. Or you've just hit a stale spot. I would Implore you to consider contacting me If you need someone to talk to. I think you would be surprised by how it can help talking to someone. Secondly I implore you to consider contacting me if you would like help keeping your memory alive while you are gone. I'd be glad to assist you in advertising and creation. I'm personally beginning my road into 3D indie game development. If you would like to talk more to someone feel free to contact me here on NG.
Sincerely: Boreal Games.

Hyptosis responds:

Thanks, but I'm good. I mostly just need money, and I need to find a way to enjoy my work again. I'm starting to enjoy painting again, since it's just for me, and no one else. I turned my hobby into a job, and I didn't like it anymore.


2014-01-24 19:16:46

I'm glad to hear that you want to return once you can be re-inspired. I hope that your future travels and adventures will be a great contribution. May your wary roots untangle and your leaves branch out to this new experience. (Excuse my terrible attempt at poetic wording) Hope you have a great time :)

Hyptosis responds:

Thank you!


2014-01-22 18:22:05

I always followed your games closely, especially AiD, I was waiting for episode 4, still, thanks you, your games are great.

Did you consider "passing the torch" to some programmer who likes your games? it is sad to see you leave ;(

Hyptosis responds:

I don't think so, who knows, maybe one day I'll be able to return. I don't think anyone would want to take up my work, and I could never give over my creative work to someone else I think. It wouldn't feel right.


2014-01-22 18:06:03

You were one of the few artists I followed on this website because I really liked your games. Even if they were not perfect. It makes me sad to know that you are going to step out of the scene, but I totally understand your point, especially the financial part. I will always remember Hood, kingdom of Liars and Sagittarian.
Best of luck to you man, I hope one day i'll open my profile on newgrounds, and out of the blue, there will be a new game made by you on the "latest from my favourites".
See ya

Hyptosis responds:

Thanks so much, I'll try to find time to come back one day. And when I do, I won't have to worry about if my games are successful or not, I can make them just for the joy of making them. ^5


2014-01-22 15:58:42

it's always a bit sad to read about a creator (games, but also sims, 3D or fiction..) who has been excellent at it and very appreciated by their fans, and who sees the time coming when they either have been caught up by real life's realities - job, family, health - or in the bad cases are sick of the fandoms/communities and what they've become with the years. or worse, both.

luckily, for some it's not forever, they might just need a break. let's hope we'll see you again whenever the muse packs you! and if not, be happy & successful in your "other" life. ^_^
thank you a lot for the whole Hood & Kingdom of Liars series, i enjoyed them immensely! <3

Hyptosis responds:

Yeah, if I get a break, I'll come back. I love creating, but I think a long break will be good for me maybe.


2014-01-22 05:13:09

Walk in peace.

Hyptosis responds:



2014-01-21 15:18:33

It has been a while since I've been on Newgrounds, I only just got back on today. The first thing I look for is you. I knew where to find you, "Best Games of the Year", because they are no less. I have just now finished playing "Kingdom of Liars 3" and was so eager to play the next part. I came to your page and thought to myself that I never took the time to read your posts... how selfish of me, I had only used you for your wonderful games without even attempt at reading the posts you wrote for us players, artists, inspiration searchers. Today I decided to read your posts, because perhaps you were going to talk about how exciting it was to bring all these series together, how fun it is to weave older games in to the newer games that invoke the thought of how they're in the same universe that you made.. But I was in for a surprise, and I don't know if I could have done anything to change this, if one real comment on an episode could have made this all change. If one from all your followers could have changed this. I wish you could still enjoy this job, making the best games year after year, but I understand that there are more variables in your life that you must attend to other then the appeasement of fans. You have a life, go live it. You have a family? Go love and take care of them. It's a bitter sweet symphony that I wish could have been postponed forever, and that's not how life works, nothing lasts forever. I will look from time to to time on your page to see if you ever submit anything, though I'm prepared for not, but I will still promote your awesome games. Hyptosis, you will be greatly missed by many, it feels almost like a death, a pang in the chest that brings you towards realizations. @};-

Hyptosis responds:

Thanks so much. I didn't want to let anyone down, which is the reason I made this post. I've been working on a few new games, but they're dragging along, they're uninspired. I just need a long break, and this job offer aligned perfectly with how I was feeling.

One day I will finish KoL, if you check my art page you can see SOME of the preproduciton work I had already done, tying Hood and KoL together finally. Something I had been planning for years.


2014-01-20 19:10:11

You've made some great games. I hope you enjoy your new job or find a way to work back to do things you enjoy.

Hyptosis responds:

Thank you!


2014-01-20 14:38:00

Very bad news, sir! Your games and art give me inspiration.
I hope that you will have a way to return sometime to the job you like best.
So, I wish you that game and art development could bring you enough cash for all expences and to bring you joy to continue more. You got that special talent which makes your games unique and incredibly interesting.

Personally, I paid the very first visit to Newgrounds to play Alice is Dead.
And in the last months I was reloading your page daily to see whether there is something new.

Thanks for all your hard work!

Hyptosis responds:

Thanks for all the nice things you have to say about me. It is very touching. I think one day when I return, my products will be a lot better. I'll have less on my mind, and I'll be more inspired.


2014-01-20 11:27:12

Well, It's your choice to make...
But know that you WILL be missed by a great many of us fans.
Thank you for the great times, and good luck with your life!

Hyptosis responds:

Thank you!


2014-01-20 01:13:50

come back atleast in a couple of years
and atleast post some art once in a while broseph
atleast stick to point and clicks when you do come back

Hyptosis responds:

Yeah, I'll certainly try to make time to visit when I can. ^5


2014-01-19 13:44:50

Well man, I think quality over quantity is generally the best route. You do tons of games per year.
I didn't release anything for a whole year, we'll see if that pays off.

Not saying what you did anything wrong, just something for us to think about. I mean, generally if you're going to get a game sponsored, it's better than they don't have too much quality in it to find financial gain in it.


Dat offer. Where you working at now?

Hyptosis responds:

I'm not supposed to say actually, where my new job is. Thanks for the support, man. Cowboy Bebop rocks :P


2014-01-19 11:27:02

I hope you come to love your new job!

Hyptosis responds:



2014-01-19 11:22:47

That's sad. When I joined Newgrounds and played Alice is Dead, I thought it has a very interesting, fresh perspective on the original story; and also - woah, there are actually people who draw like that?! Is it even possible? Then I discovered Hood and played all the episodes in one sitting, with shaky hands, breathing slowly. Actually a little scared and very curious. It was a completely new lore - complex, deeply thought-through and unlike anything I've seen or read before; supported by the great art and story-telling ability. The Kingdom of Liars and the other games enhanced that feel.

Of course the comments must be getting a bit more sour over time. People who love your games have already said that on numerous occasions and may feel like it will get old if they repeat it too often (especially with a person as productive as you), so they don't post jolly reviews as much as before. And the others tend to compare your games to your older ones, to 'your standard', but they don't realise that nothing can be as good or better than the older games if they won't let you try something new. Personally, I was really looking forward to your Starshroud game - an old-styled RPG, exploration and character interaction? I'd love to play that.
From your post, it seems like you need a break to regain energy and get fresh ideas, but don't let it be your swan song. You have truly inspired a lot people to create their own works and each of them will be patiently waiting for your return. Shaky hands, breathing slowly. ;)

Hyptosis responds:

Thank you so much for the kind words, it really means a lot to me. I can't imagine anyone liked something I worked on, so much. It's very touching, thank you for letting me know. I am going to try to still work on Starshroud a few times a year, and I want to return to KoL one day. I just don't know when that will be. Thanks, stay cool.


2014-01-19 11:18:12

man i love your games. goodluck to your new job.

Hyptosis responds:



2014-01-19 02:32:46

It was cool working with you, even though it only lasted about two days D:

Take care man, and I hope to see you around again. You kick ass.

Hyptosis responds:

Yes sir! You too!


2014-01-18 21:33:47

Sorry to hear that. For what it's worth, you're part of the reason I began making games for Newgrounds. The first time I played Alice is Dead, I felt immersed in a way that I never have before in a flash game. Then it came to me that I didn't need to have a big shot studio to make a game where someone can lose themselves. It was definitely a turning point for me. At the same time, I can't blame you either, I haven't released a game in a couple years, so I know how it feels to feel unmotivated. But that's on me. I just wanted to thank you for that initial spark that got me going, and I hope everything works out for you in the future :)

Hyptosis responds:

I"m touched that I was able to inspire you in any way. It's not something I ever thought I'd be able to do back when I was younger. Inspire someone else. Keep it up man, create things! Thanks for the kind words.


2014-01-18 19:59:48

I already messages you on Twitter, but this gives me a chance to write something a bit more meaningful. I've been a somewhat silent follower of your games for a while now, I got started with The Sagittarian games and have played many others since. You even offered me some kind words in regards to my own game development recently which meant a lot considering that I look up to your own work.

I don't know the full story behind the new job and can't claim to know you well personally, but nonetheless, I hope everything turns out in your favour and you find the lost inspiration again. The community here will definitely miss you as you're one of the best and most frequent contributors

Good luck with the new job, I certainly envy the chance to travel and I hope you do swing by this place every now and then.

Hyptosis responds:

Thanks so much, and good luck! Keep on working man! RPGs are the bomb!


2014-01-18 19:27:13

sad sad news my friend. I just got the chance to actually talk to you after all these years of following your games, and now its just a farewell. I totally understand though, life is life, you got to move on and follow your own road. We will still be here with arms wide open waiting for your return.
Best of Luck

Hyptosis responds:

Thanks so much man, you're awesome.


2014-01-18 19:12:58

It's hard to believe. I just returned to newgrounds after many weeks away from home and the thing I do is say, "hey I wonder if Hyptosis has anything new!". I will always remember your games, because for me they were more than that. They were amazing worlds to explore and discover, fantastical stories full of imagination and twisted wonderful art.
Alice is Dead will always remain as one of my favorite games.
The sagitarian was an amazing thrill with great narrative that also put to test my zombie apcalipse survival skills, so thank you for that. I now feel ready to survive.
Hood, Kingom of Liars, Brinn... I have to say I enjoyed every game (even that freaking frustraiting Rise that I couldn't finish becasue of the last boss).
I guess besides the engaging stories I reallly enjoyed your art, it is quite distinctive and beautiful. I hope that even if you quit making games, you continue making more of your fantastical art.

I wish you the best in your new job and moving to a new country!

Farewell and Thank you very much.

Hyptosis responds:

Thank you so much for your kind words. World building is what I love most, it is true. After some time away I'm sure I'll want to create again, and maybe I'll come back! I love it here, and I'm not really 'leaving' other than because I won't actually be here at home, have my computer, etc. Or I'd still hang around and check stuff out. Thanks for the supportive words, it means a lot. ^_^


2014-01-18 18:50:57

Call me pussy if you want but a tear dropped down my cheek.

I liked ALL of your games, even though some of them were a bit under your standards.
I can't believe we're loosing the creator of Alice is Dead, one of the most twisted and incredible point and click games ever. which set a new example and quality minimum for other games of it genre.
Or, remembering other great games by you, KingdomOfLiars/Hood, which created an entire universe that could be develop to end up like a huge novel; or The Sagitarian, one of the few zombie games that I find really original and worth playing repeatedly.
We're loosing one of the most emblematic developers on the web. I hope you guys respect that and remember him not only as Daniel Harris, but as Hyptosis.

May you find what you search for and the best of luck to you. I just hope that you will eventually find your own way and you'll get all you wish for.
Thanks for being so great.

And really, never let anyone tell you otherwise: you have done great, and there shall be no regret for all what you've done, so don't let anything stop you and keep your chin up, even when the world turns its back to you.

Farewell, man. And again, good luck.


Hyptosis responds:

Man, wow. Thank you so much. I'm really very touched. Thanks dude.


2014-01-18 18:46:47

The best of luck to you, man. It's not pleasant to hear that you're moving away from game development, but I hope your future will be a prosperous one. I'll always rate your abilities as an artist: the style of your works is fantastic.

Do take care of yourself, and again, may the road ahead be a successful one for you.


Hyptosis responds:

Thank you so much, it really means a lot.


2014-01-18 17:23:06

Ever since I played Alice and the Sagittarian series, I liked your style. It really makes me sad to see you leave and I do hope you come back. I'm definitely going to miss your storytelling! Can't be replaced. :(
Good luck on your new ways!

Hyptosis responds:

Thank you a lot. One day I'll come back, and I'll be inspired again and will have my old drive to create.


2014-01-18 14:54:11

I am going to really miss you; I greatly enjoyed your work. Good luck on with your new job though! : )

Hyptosis responds:

Thank you so much! Stay cool. ^_^


2014-01-18 14:28:36

We're are going to miss you and your games, I enjoyed your games, and I always giggled like a girl whenever i saw that you uploaded something. I hope you upload some stuff in the future, but we will always be here for you. I hope you have a great life, and be careful! I hope you find a job that you like and gives you all the money you need.

Hyptosis responds:

Thanks so much. I'll come back one day, when life is a bit more settled and I'm inspired again. Thanks!


2014-01-18 14:26:43

Dude, you fucking rock, like, you're one of my favorite NG'ers, and best wishes for you and your future!
Good luck!

Hyptosis responds:

Thank you SO much man! You too!


2014-01-18 13:27:06

Best of luck with your life Hyptosis, you were always a dude whenever we've spoke.
Keep drawing.

Hyptosis responds:

Yeah man, you're awesome and one of my best Newgrounds friends. Always kinda wanted to wrestle a crocodile with you, I dunno.