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High DeliveryA new game by the multi-talented Ferry Halim, High Delivery elevates Flash game design to new heights of artistic expression. Armed with a small fan propeller, the object of the game is to blow air at the always upward floating balloon to influence its movement. By moving the dangling bottle to within range of the falling blossoms, they are thus caught and added to the growing bouquet, and to your score.

Since control of the balloon is accomplished only indirectly via the fan, the game is challenging and a lot of fun to master. The physics incorporated into the movement of the balloon, and especially the secondary movement of the dangling bottle below, are well executed and believable.

The graphics in the game are filled with soft muted pastels that together form a gorgeous interactive watercolor painting. Add to that the soothing and tranquilizing soundtrack of Steven Cravis, and the end result is an exceptional work of art. The game is available on Ferry's Orisinal website, which is filled with many other magical Flash games to enjoy.

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whats the name of the song in the game?


The name of the song is "Children of Beslan", and you can listen to that as well as other songs from Steven Cravis on his site StevenCravis.com.

Steven composed then dedicated the song to the Russian victims of the September, 2004 school seige.


A few months ago Steven Cravis (StevenCravis.com) contacted me about the new song he's producing. He told me that I can use it for an Orisinal game.

Some time later, when I made High Delivery, I found that the music fits perfectly well with the game. And so I take the opportunity and use the song in the game. ^_^


[ Ferry ]



Ozgun Oztekin December 22, 2004 10:12 PM

Hello.I agree with the person upper me.Ferry Halim,You have very nice imagination and you make very lovely games.I would like to thank you for Your works.And I loved the song Children Of Beslan.It is a very lovely song.

Thank you for your works.I wish you more succes.

Ozgun Oztekin From: Turkey.


very sweet, and sadly romantic

Minveital July 31, 2005 11:00 AM

dont really get it when it starts, but the ending was cool!!!


i found it beautiful and boring all rolled into one. i can appreciate it for aesthetic reasons only, but my add won't let me enjoy it :) love the music, though.


The first time I played this game I found myself crying. My grandma had died a few days ago and all I would want is to be able to bring flowers to heaven and to her, I love this game....


i really like this game. ferry ur so cool!!! two thumbs up! ^_~v

VolleyballGirl June 29, 2007 9:25 AM

I liked this game alot.
I loved the music too.
Very peaceful (:


this really made me happy and sad at the same time...so melencholy and sweet rolled into one...my pet died and I loved her a lot so it ment a lot to me that someone thought about a game like this...I hope that someone does something like this for me thinking of me when I eventually die when I am grey and old!

A Deeply Moved Atheist June 26, 2008 6:51 PM

This beautiful game and its beautiful music brought tears to my eyes.

avidgameronline123 July 20, 2008 9:35 AM

OMG ferry halim u r my favorite flash artist tied for first on my list with littlenorwegians who did automaton (part 0 can be found at www.2dplay.com other parts are at other websites) and the music is just too cute. luv u and i cant believe u did 95% of the cartoonnetwork.com games

pakistanigrrrl December 9, 2009 3:37 PM

To ferry

Beautiful wonderful Orisinal game as usual.

The best part is I can play this and all the Orisinal games with my 2 little nieces (as an alternative to yucky Barbie.com games) and they love it!

The simplicity is very soothing. Wish you more success.


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