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NG Today- Summer 2007

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Imagine you're sitting on a park bench on the side of the Portal, and you come across a stray issue of Newgrounds Weekly. You pick it up. You peer inside.

Sidorio and I have been working on a new NG periodical, considering that no one uses NGMAG anyway. This first issue is a sampler- following issues will be longer, and cover more and detailed topics.

So, open it, take a look, and VOTE FIVE. The pages are all flippable and stuff.

edit: 3.18? I SAID VOTE FIVE! thanks to those who did though :P

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The pages are... flippable? I must be doing something wrong, because I've been clicking all over the pages, dragging, pressing keys, even tabbing to see if anything's mapped out... and there's no interactivity there. What happen? The idea's good though, I miss the NG Mag since it dissipated. Keep it going!

-cd-

Awsome

This was really fun and worth reading.
It was,in short,AWSOME.
If you ever need any kind of help (BUT programming related,lol) PM me or something.
Can't wait for the next issue :D

This Rule

That was cool in 16 hours newgrounds had a bunch of people,MAN!

amazing!

this is an amazing flash production! how the hell did you make that page-turning effect? i could only dream of making things like this! all my base r belong 2 u!

Good. Very good.

Great idea. Great layout. I voted 5, so you're welcome. The "Spam Atom" was hilarious for the first half hour I was staring at it. But man, Level 60?! GEEEEEEEEEEEEEEZ!!!!! (That's a line I've used in severaly reviews of mine, so don't get TOO *GEEZ* weirded *GEEZ* out, OK?)

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