Last semester in our introductory Flash class our final project was completely open-ended in the sense that we could make anything we want, as long as it applied all the things we learned during the semester. Although I already was fairly familiar with basic animation, I was absolutely illiterate when it came to the Flash Actionscript language, so it was all new to me. The end result was a short introductory 'demo' for a proposed Cheer Up, Emo Kid flash game. The premise was it would be a point-and-click RPG adventure of sorts, and in the tradition of Andrew Hussie's MS Paint Adventures, I was hoping I could integrate some sort of user-interactivity where readers could continue the story by deciding what the character would do next.
Well anyway, let me know what you think of it so far -- also, it ends when his mom comes into the room, just to let you know in case. . . like, you sit and stare for hours waiting for something to happen.