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Rebooting the Madness 2

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EDIT 9/26 - I noticed in the reviews that many of you are requesting the music in this animation. Unfortunately, these two tracks were not publicly released by tomfitz, the guy who made them. I also have not been in touch with him since he gave these to me (he may be dead, for all I know). If you really want the music badly, you can download this movie and decompile it.

Additionally, Rebooting the Madness 2 is laden with easter eggs. Before his first fight scene, Professor Dordum is visible in each and every clip at least once. Can you spot each of his appearances? (Hint: A couple may require you to zoom in)

EDIT 9/22 - Fixed some minor issues in the animation (some stuff was off a couple frames). Go and enjoy!


After Rebooting the Madness, I immediately began creating graphics and plot for a sequel that I had in mind. Tomfitz even gave me a few tracks to use. These all remained shelved until earlier this year when I decided to begin work on the sequel.

Although this movie contains much more content than the prequel, I had planned on making this much longer. The .fla contains many unused graphics and one unused track that I simply did not have time to include. In my defense, I worked on this 3 months collectively. Not a smart move, but this is easily my most quickly-produced Madness toon to date.

But, ultimately, it's up to you to decide. Have a Happy Madness Day and enjoy!

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Why Dont Coming Rebooting the Madness 3?

but i remember you Rebooting the Madness youtube i watched 2014

It's not as solid as the first, but pretty good on its own right. It does close up the holes in the first one by having a mini prequel as the intro, althout it flows a bit awkwardly into the second part.

The second part is decent, some new agent types are introduced here and there. There are some cameos from the past episode. Its just as well animated as the first, and the designs are pretty sweet.Though althroughout, this feels like a scene in a larger video and is noticeably rushed out the door with missing scenes, sounds, repetitive music and lacking direction (As in, it doesn't seem to go anywhere). Though, the part I most enjoyed was the exploration of the facility and how the protagonist uses his limited abilities to navigate and fight.

As per the last one, the art style is fantastic.

the artstyle still holds up today its that good

While paradigmadness was happening this was going on (5/5)


Credits & Info

4.77 / 5.00

Sep 22, 2012
6:28 AM EDT