Anyone who’s interested in the history of Flash games should watch this talk by jmtb02. It was a fun time to make small games (and still is, but things have changed a lot over the years).
Phyrnna (The musician for all of my games since EBF2) wants to start making music full-time and has set up a Patreon to help her fund non-commissioned work.
If you’d like to see more of her work outside of what she makes for the EBF games, consider throwing some cash at her.
Hay guys. Do you remember Madness Combat?
Well, Krinkles and The Swain are working on a new Madness game, and it looks like a huge step up from their previous one. Check out the trailer:
I usually don’t like promoting Kickstarters, but I make exceptions for developers who have helped me out, and the Madness Combat series has been a huge inspiration when I started animating. If you guys remember, my earlier games and animations were pretty violent, and some of my very early animations copied the whole floating-arms style. So now you know why. Back when I started, Madness was the coolest thing on Newgrounds.
Anyway, if you were ever a fan of the series, or just want a good game to play, you should chuck some coins their way on Kickstarter. They’ve got 2 weeks left and still need a little push. $15 will get you a copy of the game.
Project Nexus 2 has already been Greenlit on Steam, and the guys behind the series have a long history of successful projects, so I’m sure this will turn out awesome too. Either way, I think they deserve something for all of the free content they’ve created over the years, and I’d like to see where they can go with this.