Nicholas sez, "5-year-old Cassie Creighton is the genius behind 'Sissy's Magical Ponycorn Adventure', a Flash game that was the result of a weekend long game jam that she and her father Ryan Creighton, founder of Untold Entertainment, attended. Cassie drew all of the graphics herself, as well as creating voice-overs and background music with her 2-year-old sister. Her father Ryan took the work she had done, and turned it into a game that according to The Toronto Star has garnered over 150,000 plays in the past week.
The game is free to play, but users who enjoy the game can make donations to Cassie's education fund using a link below the game."
(Thanks, Nicholas from Toronto!)
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