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Madness: Activation

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Apr 2, 2011 | 10:30 AM EDT

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IMPORTANT: watch the whole thing, even after the credits

i spent ages on this. it's my first madness animation (dont count casey the punsiher, i made that during this)

if people like it i may stop playing tf2 long enough to make a sequel.

Final note: if you like the music, check out DJ-Fantasy, he has heaps of cool music

EDIT: if you watched this when it was first uploaded, i fixed the screen issue :(

EDIT 2: WOW! 3rd place, must be better than i thought! :D

- i got front paged? thats awesome! :D thanks to all people who made that happen, newgrounders and newground mod team and the like

- thanks heaps for the feedback, i've been using it all as i make the next one



Rated 5 / 5 stars


That was so fucking awesome! I love how you putted some fbf into it and made him get visions.

This was really great work but you dont rly have to make walking sounds for every feet, just when they are walking on something that makes much noise. And his feet got a little too big later.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Shiz, bro.

dude, this is great.

tomtyke responds:

ty! :D


Rated 5 / 5 stars


The madness feeling is strong here. You really got the true Krinkels style down, and I especially like your attention to detail regarding the areas hes in. That lock on the cabinet for instance added a sense of physics to the animation.

A great homage to the original series and it could honestly be a spin-off from the man himself.

Great work!

tomtyke responds:

not really a spin off, it's set in an entirely different world, i have actually changed the characters in the one im working on now, such as the leets to further emphasize this, i'm trying to do something new, not retread old territory


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Great first episode. Could easily become a series. The movements are incredibly fluid, the plot was amazing, and an all-around great flash. Thanks for making it, and i hope to see a sequel.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I have no clue

...if this is to be connected in any way with events Somewhere In Nevada, but it's a saga in its own right.

Very slick, and the BLUE blood indicates a whole new wrinkle in the Krinkles.

tomtyke responds:

it is in no way connected to nevada, i've actually set it in a futuristic distopia, but you have yet to see that