Dear Missus Bin, what have you done to your friends?3.98 / 5.00 5,154 Views
It’s Gideon and Reed’s first escape room and it’s gonna be a blast!3.80 / 5.00 8,193 Views
Old-school parody RPG with an epic plot.3.72 / 5.00 5,546 Views
Congrats to the 5 winners and the 1 voter :)
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Congrats to everyone! I hope I'm in an top five flash work. It'd be nice to get even a dollar. ^_^
I really like this idea. I think it's fun to see who can reach the top of the heap.
Tom, thank you for a Top 30.
Ok. My votes were:
1st place - TmsT's "Up Skit Creek" (but it got only 22nd place. But I really think that it was the best of February !)
2nd place - Interactive Buddy v.1.01 (and it got 1st place. So it's even too good :))
3rd place - NG TT Series Finale -A (and it got 6th place ! That's so wrong...)
4th place - Magical Trevor2 (and it was 7th. That's not good)
5th place - Contra SnowfieldBattle (can't find it on the Top 30. Where is it? SO, there is no real NES fans around ?)
At 3/8/05 01:42 AM, Regis_Cartoons wrote: 5th place - Contra SnowfieldBattle (can't find it on the Top 30. Where is it? SO, there is no real NES fans around ?)
I am a big fan of the original Contra but the flash version he made was awful imo. It was extremely faithful to the original, but the hit detection was terrible and the character moved in an extremely choppy manner. These factors made the game about 5 times harder than the original version. Frustration sets in quickly when you remember how smooth the original was.
The movies that won that got my votes were Interactive Buddy and Firth's Valentines Day movie.
Thanks a lot for allowing me to vote guys.
Congratulations to all the winners!
Especually to BunnyKills2 and Interactive Buddy 1.01!
Also, to the monthly voter who got such a good luck to get choosed!
Have a nice day everyone!
At 3/7/05 10:05 AM, TomFulp wrote: We received a lot of great submissions in February and have tallied the results from the community vote for the top five! Here they are, in order!
1. Interactive Buddy v.1.01
2. Bunnykill 2
4. Valentine's Day Special
5. X-Men:Dark Phoenix Rising
Cool congrats not any of my choices but still congrats to those winners aswell as to HeresyInc!
Congratulations to all the authors. All the rewards were well deserved- each movie had different redeeming qualities about it.
Bunnykill 2 was my #1 vote so Im glad it was successful ^_^
Congratulations again, and I look forward to this months submissions.
congrats to all the winners, I voted for two of the five submisions, but I think that they were all great choices
Congrats to all of you. Enjoy your moneys, your shirt and that piece of paper that says you beat everyone. Huzzah.
At 3/7/05 08:10 PM, gotunks4 wrote: Naturally Numa Numa Dance, the original shoudlve of won.
Were paying fat kids to dance now?
My excuse for not entering is $250 only = £166 though i dont think i can top bunnies killing each other...maybe something with a monkey in it people love monkeys ¬ _ ¬
At 3/8/05 12:16 AM, mwazzap wrote: Blah. You people have crap taste. I think the older users should have more weight to their votes.
I don't like the results either. All my votes were on artistic merit and overall entertaiment vaule.
But i still think Newgrounds should have separate categories for movies and games since one uses creativity (art/music/story/etc) while the other includes more in-depth scripting. Movies and Games are two separate things and must be judged differently and separately.
Anyways.... that's just what I think. Don't you think?
Congrats to the winners!! (I'm not one of them)
watch Citizen Toxie: The Toxic Avenger IV . Who is that guy who gets his eyes poked out? Is it Tom? Completely off topic
i voted for 4 out of the 5 but i thought it should have been .1 interactinve buddy 2. bunnykill 2 3. X-men 4. -play- and i kind of left 5 as a wild card. they all are great flashes thou and a huge congrats to all
At 3/7/05 10:05 AM, TomFulp wrote: 1. Interactive Buddy v.1.01
It's about time a game makes it to the top!!!
At 3/8/05 01:47 PM, masamune_date wrote: My excuse for not entering is $250 only = £166 though i dont think i can top bunnies killing each other...maybe something with a monkey in it people love monkeys ¬ _ ¬
As Tom has said, isn't submitting content to NG about sharing your work with potentially millions of people, rather than submitting for the sole purpose of getting money?
This was the first monthly vote and I think quite a few voters were dipping their respective toes in the pool testing the waters. I would have voted for David Firth's entry but I recall reading something to the effect of "nothing corporate, excessively pornographic or too violent". Well I'm glad he placed in the top 5, lord knows that uber-creative, sick & twisted bastard deserves the award (I mean that in a good way). Too bad with the strength of the £ vs the $, he will only have about £120 to spend, which might be enough for several gallons of fake blood to bathe in.
I am also a little surprised to not see Evolution - BK in the top 5 for the month. I do realize it lacks explosions and cannibalism, but I was hoping to see a bit more diversity in the overall rankings.
Bottom line, congratulations to not only the winning artists, but ALL the artists who made it to the actual ballot card. Think of all the submissions for the month that didn't even make it that far. Kudos to the staff of Newgrounds for bringing this level of democracy to The Portal faster than W can install a puppet government in Iraq.
At 3/7/05 10:06 AM, 23450 wrote: It nice to see that this actualy got going. Good job to the winners.
yes me too
At 3/8/05 01:45 PM, Goatpower wrote: Bad top 5. :)
And I like this idea of using happy faces as a shield :) :) :)