Eskimo Bob, he eats lots of fish!
Follow Keegan as he runs over everyone in his path on a mad killing spree!
Mythological creatures share a New Jersey apartment together. Hilarity ensues.
The original NG Art Forum collaboration! More than 100 drawings combined with a red line theme!
LiLg and Phantasmagor showed people what's up with their extremely polished adventure game, "Hewitt." Meanwhile, customizeable bots tore eachother apart in "Bot Arena 3" and "Mobile Weapon" unveiled the secrets and dangers of Acero Isle.
JoeandTom revived the head bop with their video for Haddaway's "What is Love?", while the "Valentine '29" collab explored the holiday's more violent past.
"NGAP Radio" is still the only music MindChamber will listen to, and a great example of the power of XML.
A lot of time was wasted around here by "The Impossible Quiz", namely by Bob.
Have you got what it takes to find a girl for the school dance in this adventure game?
Build and control a team of Bots for the glorious title of BotArena champion!
Discover the secrets and dangers of Acero Isle in this Mecha RPG series.
A collaboration reenacting the St. Valentine's Massacre of 1929 organized by Al Capone.
We usually don't cover sequels in the history of NG, but "Animator vs. Animation II" was such a big hit, we had to.
"Throwback the Duck" marked the beginning of a very ambitious original series, the sort of thing that could find its way to TV!
"Artillery Live" was an on-line multiplayer smash hit, while "IndestructoTank" took the military theme in a new direction and pretty much created a new genre in the process.
His first day on the job, Throwback meets a classic gaming icon and tangos with death!
You are but a single indestructable tank, against an army of thousands! YOU MUST PLAY!
"The Story of Khale" launched a new character who feels destined to be one of the most recognizeable characters on the site... Some day.
JohnnyUtah revisited the Queers theme with "300 Queers."
"Line Runner" is a fun game that introduced a very likeable new character. I'm still waiting for more!
AngryFaic finally got his own game, aptly titled "Angry Faic", and "The Last Stand" brought the survival horror defense game to a new level.
The month ended with our second annual Pico Day, where artists from across the site celebrated the classic character who still doesn't have a sequel (sorry). Don't miss favorites such as FlashBack 00, Pico's Time Tank and Pico Unleashed.
The Game! Play as angry faic, explode all other emoticons in colour-coded style.
Make your last stand against the zombie hordes in one of the best zombie games ever!
May started off with a splash - a "SPLASH ATTACK!" This meme has forever been immortalized with a Flash that turned out to be waaay catchier than it should be.
Dave, of Retarded Animal Babies fame, was commissioned by Weird Al himself to make a video for "Virus Alert!" Weird Al also personally sanctioned our Weird Al video collection.
I said I try to avoid sequels in the NG history, but I also can't help include the seventh "Madness" movie. Moar Madness to come, later in the year...
One of my personal favorites this year was "Newgrounds Rumble", a collaboration between MindChamber and NegativeONE! Go play!
Video made for the "Weird AL" Yankovic album "Straight Outta Lynwood!"
Stomp some ass in this high-intensity brawler themed after Newgrounds
There's not a lot featured from this month, but it happens to be some of the best.
"Reinland" is the often overlooked story of some naked guys escaping an ant colony, while "The Stranger Forest" is simply spellbinding.
"Pancake Mines" proved that Knox still has it after all these years and "Jerry" is the sort of thing that could win lots of contests.
This was a special month in NG's history because it was the month of the REDESIGN LAUNCH, after a grueling two years of development. You can read my launch post to get a better impression of what changed.
We were also thrilled to see "The NG Redesign Collab" appear right after the site re-launched.
In addition to the redesign, we had a lot of great submissions this month. "Blamformers" was a massive community collab in honor of the Transformers movie.
Sakupen returned with "Dad's at Work", a follow-up to the classic Dad's Home from 2004. Jazza also wrapped up his epic Paladin series, with episode five and a DVD release.
Luis finally got his own day (and his own song!)
"A Kitty Krew Beatdown" was certainly not Portal spam, and gave me hope of more GOOD KK movies to come.
Newgrounds and ArmorGames hosted the Rock Out games contest this month, where developers made rhythm games utilizing music from the Audio Portal. Both the game developers and featured musicians won prizes for the best submissions!
The "Awesome" series continued to grow this year, finally warranting its own collection.
Auron finally meets his greatest enemy. What will become of the hero?
The Clock Crew turned six years old this month!
"SC Guitar Maniac" wasn't part of the Rock Out contest, but it was loaded to the brim with music from the Audio Portal!
"Thwomps" got their own 20 minute movie!
"Corey Stuck in Purgatory" retold a classic tale, while "Aladdin 3150" completely re-imagined another classic.
Rhythm game packed with 16 Newgrounds songs, 6 guitars and a crazy stickman.
This was a breakout year for RTIL, who completed the first chapter of his soon-to-be epic Freetown series, with "Metropolis Circuit."
"The Most Horrible Story" was actually quite good. Much better than "Tom Fulp Likes JT."
This year marked the first ever "Madness Day", with HUNDREDS of submissions from crazed fans! Deus Ex Machina was the winner.
"Tankmen" finally got an official sequel AND a really good spoof series, "Halomen."
"The Composer" was another one of those award-worthy performances from Jazza.
Luis finished his second annual sketchbook tour. Be sure to also check out the first!
Violet and Ravi in a fast-paced race across the futuristic city of Freetown.
The most horrible story ever, as told by 6 year old johnny.