Finals Week!

Player Rating6.01/8

"#49 overall, #4 for 2001"
based on 1373 ratings since 12/14/2004
played 42,794 times (finished 1,852)

Story Difficulty7/8

"wade in shark infested water"

Play Length6/8

"It'll be a while, better grab a SnickersĀ®"

Maturity Level5/8

"aren't you a little too old to be trick or treating"
Some material may be inappropriate for persons under age 13. If this were a movie, it would probably be PG-13.
You're about to play one of the first few games that ever existed at MAG - it was written in 2001 (I was 21).  This is the game that brought us variables and was my first attempt at a game, and turned into a mini epic (that kept building on itself as we'd try to add new features to the website).  You can beat it fast, or you can find all the hidden little things.  Depending on your grades you get one of 5 endings... err... Hey George McDougal! You're in my Game!

Player Comments

This game used to editor quite well. There were multiple endings depending on your actions, the puzzles were humorous and enjoyably challenging, and there was an atmosphere to the game I have to assume set the tone for many future games.

Truly, every CYS veteran should play this game. It is likely that this will be, if it isn't already, the oldest story that is still featured on this site. This game was made 17 years ago. Talk about standing the test of time.

I think 6 out of 8 is just right for this one. There were two unfinished paths, which blows as the finished product would have been even more fun to play. This story earned my respect on my first playthrough, "a five," I thought. My following playthroughs were what set this game apart.

The game is on the silly side, no doubts there, but it uses that to its advantage. I didn't fancy the hammy random death links, but that goes with the territory of 2001, and some of them were actually pretty funny.

Compared to Fairview High School, this is a much better game, made about the same time, in the same category.
-- ugilick on 5/21/2018 11:45:35 PM with a score of 0
Cute, inventive, and brought back great memories. Of a month ago. When I blew off studying for my math final to bake cookies and got a 76. And the demon math teacher? I KNEW it! I'm gonna go try some other endings now.
-- Patricia on 1/23/2011 3:34:22 PM with a score of 34
Great story! Took me a minute to figure it out, but I did. Loved the whole girlfriend sequence. I also liked finding out that Christopher Walken factors into even the most complex mathematical equations! Excellent!
-- madglee on 9/12/2006 2:03:51 PM with a score of 50
-- daemeem on 4/1/2019 1:07:33 PM with a score of 23
very good! I enjoyed playing and reading this very much! 8 stars!
-- rorytheassassin on 2/14/2019 2:45:09 AM with a score of 33
That was a great game but enough with the language!!!!!
-- Pink girl on 2/3/2019 9:32:17 AM with a score of 38
This is actually pretty good. You should make more of these games
-- Firelight261 on 12/13/2018 11:28:18 PM with a score of 29

This game is extremely enjoyable. I love the storyline and how nonlinear the story is. Two things, though: Improve on your grammar and finish the unfinished endings. Of course, since this was created years ago, I don't expect you to update, but it would be nice. I give it a 6/8.


To get straight A's:

1st test: Relax all night.
2nd test: Study after you call off, hang up on your boss, pick up the phone, ask George for studying tips, buy ginko biloba, study, take a nap, pick up the phone, tell Alex P what your problem is, get the sleeping pills, try studying, then use the ginko biloba. (Phew, that was long!)
3rd test: Just try, check out the end of the book, study the stuff that's not on the test (remember to grab the time travel knowledge).
4th test: Use time travel knowledge, go far back in time, don't eat the fruit, start studying, go take the test (the other option gets you the Garden of Eden ending).
5th test: Study, click the link, use the sleeping pills

To get straight F's:
1st test: Study
2nd test: Same as straight A's EXCEPT: After you get the sleeping pills, use them at home
3rd test: After you check out the end of the book, click the 'But I'm so tired', and give up. Remember to take both items.
4th test: Use the knowledge that time travel exists, then go to the soon-to-be future, and then study.
5th test: Study, then use the ginko biloba on the comic books

Other endings:

Good grades: A, B (go to Bamboo), A, C(study), A- (does not count as A, girlfriend scenario)
Average grades: A, B, A, C, C+ (study but don't use pills)
Bad grades: F, D- (go to work), F, D (powerpuff girls), D- (my grandma died excuse)
*Note there are more combos that's just an example

Girlfriend scenario: Just click you're part of a demonic secret society for gf 2. If you choose the freemasons after that, choose 'I could tell you but I'm prohibited' and pick either of the top two to get a C. To get an A-, choose the Illuminati instead. (Snuffle-ufagassy does not work.)
-- abchiaramonte on 11/22/2018 10:51:21 PM with a score of 40
Nice game but pretty difficult to get all A's, in fact the only way that I 'won' was by using time travel to stay in the Garden of Eden. Pretty fun, though the two unfinished were frustrating. Overall, pretty great game; definitely worth your time.
-- SmileForTheCamera on 11/16/2018 7:14:57 PM with a score of 27
It was funny, pretty well written, and I like how it had an actual storyline and a goal to achieve. It was a solid 7/8. Great job.
-- abchi on 11/15/2018 10:14:02 PM with a score of 50
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