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Ethanol Fun + Games

These fancy-pants Flash elements were developed for the American Coalition for Ethanol, in cooperation with Astronaut (Sioux Falls, SD) and Matt Warner Studio (Portland, OR).
This first element is a 15-level Flash game aimed at the casual web market, concepted and developed to bring a playful edge to the timely discussion about ethanol.
BARREL BLASTER
We also worked with ACE to develop an ethanol impact calulator, which prompts the user for input on lifestyle factors, then outputs an estimated impact differential based on traditional petroleum and ethanol.
ETHANOL FACTOR
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Colbert: “Canton is real Assburg”!

Stephen Colbert, of the Colbert Report, has a nasty habit lately of putting his foot in his mouth. He referred to Canton, Georgia as “the crappy Canton” and later apologized, stating a mixup in which he intended to degrade Canton, Kansas instead! After an uproar from Kansas, Stephen again apologized last night, saying that “the real Assburg” is Canton, South Dakota! I wonder which Canton is next? 🙂

CANTONversusCOLBERT.com

CANTONversusCOLBERT.com

To defend the county seat of my home town, I put together a quick website summarizing the series of apologies. The site also includes a little game you can play to make Stephen apologize to the residents of Canton, SD (by throwing explosive pheasants at him).
UPDATE! On 8/7/08, the local news channel KELO did a story on this whole Canton vs. Colbert thing, and showed a clip of the CANTON/COLBERT game!
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Ideas Helmet Game

Fresh Produce, a local South Dakota company, came to me asking for a game for their Ideas Helmet campaign. I was happy to deliver! Built with custom graphics and a cheesy 1980s soundtrack, this game was built in Flash and aims to emulate the side-scrolling adventure games of the Nintendo era, complete with a demented squirrel “boss” at the end. Click the image below to play.
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Milk Milk, Lemonade

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The ol’ “milk milk lemonade” poem has been around so long, it almost feels like a classic. That’s why I bring you this performance of the childhood rhyme, recited by a Shakespearean actor. Illustrated and animated in Adobe Flash.