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New Game on Orisinal

Ferry Halim has posted a new game on Orisinal. It's called A Daily Cup of Tea and you play the part of two mice trying to steal sugar cubes off shelves. If you've never experienced a Ferry Halim game, you're probably thinking I'm losing my mind. But, his Orisinal games are works of art.

First, every little flash game is stunningly beautiful with his unusual 3-D, almost Anime, style. In today's world of complex and often violent games, he's proven that you can have simple and non gory games that are fun. Finally in a era where Halim, himself, says "Nothing is Original" he offers incredibly original games. No cookie cutter formula games here. While a couple may remind you of others, none is a knock-off.


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