At 8/14/08 01:18 PM, Luis wrote:
clockcrew's gone down every year. People are growing out of it.. andthe new members are just kids who have no affiliation to flash.. they just heard from a friend they could pick a cool vegetable and be a clock and thats the only reason they are one.
I forsee the group totally disappearing by 2010.
It's kind of sad. Who wants to stage a revival?
I don't mean just for Clock Day, either. There's lots of talent here - we're perfectly equipped to make some alts and create some high-quality clock related Flash which gets easily through the portal on a normal day through its own merit.
Any coders know what software's good for editing save data in games? For debugging purposes, obviously. It's annoying having to go the long way around to view and change your data when you're testing something, especially when you've got inventories and stuff you need to edit to properly test.
At 8/14/08 06:10 PM, Hoeloe wrote:
At 8/14/08 05:22 PM, Goonie wrote:
Sadly. This is becoming true. Future generation users are changing the web dramatically. Sometimes, I feel it becomes worse as time goes by. I miss the old school newgrounds so much. :*(I agree. Even just 3 years ago this place was much better. Much more old time regs are leaving because of the crazy amount of retards, and that unbalances the retard:reg population. It's a vicious circle. We'll keep spiralling down, though, since we have respectable admins, we won't ever reach a low level like 4chan. One thing is for sure though, I'm not leaving.
I'll be bored otherwise D=
Haha, it's nice to see a new generation becoming nostalgic.
The previous years always looked better for regs. It's no different now than it was back when we were upset about flashregs.net fading into obscurity, or before that when Luis still had the novelty of being a level one mod on a banning spree, or even before that when Rantzien was revealed to be a Swedish female cat, or back when the lovable bitch fights between Ninja-Chicken and Toast were in full swing and newer regs like me stepped in for comedy value and avoided taking sides, or before that when Denvish and to a lesser extent Liam and Inglor were the father figures for newer artists.
Come to that, Inglor and co probably complained about regs from their generation fading away too.
I'm sure Toast can appreciate this, even though in my mind he's just a bairn. It's a bit weird - back when we used to think of him as the cute little twelve year old expert on variables tutorials, a lot of us were younger than he is now :/
Anyway, long story short - the grass always looks a lot greener on whichever side of the hill you just came from.