I would just like to start off saying I am laughing really hard at Colonel-Swordsman's review. Bravo Mr. Swordsman, you have made an absolutely massive ass out of yourself and you have no idea! Freaking brilliant! You clearly got frustrated with this game after two tries and raged and decided to attack it. Congradulations on proving you have the emotional stability of a 4-year-old. You know as well as I that what the game looks like effect how "good" or "bad" the game is. It was simply the only thing you could think of to attack because you didn't understand the whole concept of "free will" in this game. Why? You lack any patience. And don't throw around you're ability to crap out walls of text as proof that you are patient, you are simply one of those people who enjoy hearing the sound of their own voice. The ironic thing is that you're much more pompous and self-absorbed than the person you're calling out as being pompous and self-absorbed. Thank you for the lulz.
Now that that's out of the way, I enjoyed this. I like being able to see how i played a game, that's just a personal thing I enjoy. It's not too hard, but you won't make it through on your first try, I like that.
I feel sorry for the people who have and will continue to ragequit this game and never see the ending. When that first two-word line popped up, I got it, and it got a laugh from me. I think the game is just long enough for the joke to work. I also enjoyed the old-time platformer feel it had to it. You may even think about giving the flash document smaller dimensions, so it feels even more like a Gameboy game. Also, a semi-hidden button that lets you start playing again for real wouldn't be bad. Refreshing the page is a little annoying.
One last thing, I'd love to see a sequel with multiple levels. You could totally turn this into a puzzle platformer with the dude you play as and Will. Just an idea. Keep it up.