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Surprise! I've just submitted a new flash here titled "Explaining Hank" where the characters from the main madness series offer comments on Hank. It's based on this clip from the movie "Mean Girls". Hope you enjoy!!
At long last, I have finally completed and submitted Madness Hunt 3! Click here to view. I know this is long overdue, but am sure it's worth waiting for!! I consider this my masterpiece after more than 6 years of work. Be sure you've watched Madness Hunt 1 and Madness Hunt 2 first in order before watching, though.
I'm glad my call for volunteers gathered quick responses; all three slots were filled in less than 24 hours! @Gibb50 is voicing the trainees, @MissVirus is voicing the agents, and @StefJohnVoiceOvers is voicing the doctor's assistants. Hoping to get all the lines in as soon as possible so I can complete the project. Super excited to show everyone what I have no doubt is my best work to date!
Ladies and gentlemen, after over 6 years of work, I finally finished the animated portion of Madness Hunt 3 a few minutes ago! What I now need is volunteers to voice some characters. I am voicing the main character, Sheldon, and need someone for the following roles, which all require multiple different voices:
*Agents; 3 different voices
*Grunts (aka Trainees); 3 different voices
*Doctor's Assistants; 6 different voices
Please send me a PM with a demo of your voice recordings in either .mp3 or .wav format. If you get accepted, then I'll send you the script with your lines. Hoping to get this done sooner rather than later. Once the voices have been added, I'll officially be finished with the project at long last and can upload it!!
If I were to start up a Madness collab with a specific theme, which of the following sounds like the best idea and why?:
*Pranks (would involve lots of humor)
*Stealth (would involve protagonists trying to reach destinations with little to no enemy detection, possibly as spies)
*Summer time (would involve things like beaches and swimming pools)
*Time travel (would involve characters going to the past to alter timelines in Krinkels' main madness series)
This wouldn't be started up until at least April 2017, but it was something I recently came up with for later on.
I first created my Newgrounds account exactly 10 years ago today (January 19th)! It's been quite a ride since I officially became a member, and was 13 when making the account. While I previously started surfing the site sometime in June 2006, this day in 2007 was when I truly joined the site. Thank you Tom Fulp for creating this site where I've made countless friends throughout my time here. There's too many people for me to list here, but you all know who you are. You have my eternal gratitude.
I would also like to send a major thanks to vastcool for (indirectly) leading me here with his "Johnny Rocketfingers" games. As you might remember, finding the sequel here is what originally made me first start using the site to begin with. I first found the original game on stickpage.com sometime in April or May of 2005, and loved playing it. If it wasn't for you, vastcool, then I probably wouldn't be where I am now. Before I came to Newgrounds, Stickpage is also where I found Sam Green's "Killing Spree" series, the main madness series from Krinkels (which at the time consisted of the first five entries and the "Madness Interactive" game), and Sto0g3's "Maximum Nina" trilogy.
Krinkels of course deserves another huge shout out for inspiring my Newgrounds animations. Next month is the 15th anniversary of when his first overall Madness flash named "Marsh-Mellow-Madness" was released. The first of the main Madness series would come the following July. I started making Madness animations of my own shortly before making this account, but everything before my Madness Day 2007 entry "MDKA" (Madness Dude Killing Arena) was really just tests.
Speaking of my Madness animations, I know pretty much everything I made before my Madness Day 2009 entry "Madness T E T R I S ' D" was poorly animated (including the original Madness Hunt), but the long awaited followup to my current solo masterpiece Madness Hunt 2, titled Madness Hunt 3, is thankfully getting closer to completion. I'm 95.5% done with the body count, and will reach out to get voice lines from three volunteers afterwards. Details will come on that after I finish the kills. In the meantime, here's a screenie of the project below.
Don't abruptly cut off sexy times right before the ending. See this for more.