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2nd Annual Tank Awards

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Mar 6, 2009 | 1:18 PM EST

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Today is the second annual newgrounds Tank awards. Find out who won!

special thanks to Nathan Kuruna for sharing his lights and suggestions

Also props to CoolDrMoney for his MGF clip

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ghostflamesghostflames

Rated 5 / 5 stars

WATERFLAME !!!

That song is his best so far, it was perfect for the forest level too, when i play it to my baby cousing he dances like i never though babied can dance at electornic music... also snayk is a great musician, thumbs up for him next year :O

The game award was well deserved, fancy pants is probably the best platformer created so far... on the other hand... the new suit animation wasnt all that... it wasnt the best from the nominies... sure it had a funny ending and it was very well animated... but still.

I rofl'd at the part with different versions of what Tom was about to do...



daleluck1313daleluck1313

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I lol'd

Rather cool awards there. I'm glad Fancy Pants Adventure World 2 got the game award.

I was wondering who did the music for that forest level in CC. Gotta say, some pretty awesome soundtrack you got in that game.



AnotherGuyAnotherGuy

Rated 5 / 5 stars

WOOT

Noooooooooo Pankakes are Tiny you have failed me....i loved that flash



citus332citus332

Rated 5 / 5 stars

great awards

i just hope next year you put our avatars in the audience



Hokey-MokeyHokey-Mokey

Rated 5 / 5 stars

So this is it...

This is the black tie event Tom was talking about last year.
If you guys do the same deal next year, my avatar should be in the crowd. Why? Because I've been a member since god damn 2004. That deserves me SOMETHING, dammit.

Good pick for Fancy Pants. I've been fiddling around with collision detection methods, rotation variables, and horribly complicated trigonometric equations to work out the sort of physics that that fucking game takes for granted.
Oh well.

57,000, eh? Hmm. I though it'd be more. Crazy.


MindChamber responds:

nah this wasnt the blacktie event tom was talking about, maybe we could do that next year