Sounds good. I am doing good. I have been more active over on the HTF Wiki, but it's a little more activity over there. What did you think about Madness Combat 11? I am actually concidering to write a review of it here on the Wiki. A hint, I did not really think that it lived up to the hype nor to Madness Combat 10's standard, but that's just my take however, but I am curious what you and the others thought about Madness Combat 11. :) /Kenny Navarro (talk)
I thought it was amazing, the style the story and everything. I personally don't like the ending, it should have been a satisfying one after 7 years of waiting, also I thought it would be a crossover with the Deimos Adventures but this will hopefully be the case in MC12.
I believe that it was a little over the place, but Tricky had the Auditor's powers, so I guess that makes sense, but with Tricky dead, MC12 might be better. Yeah, it felt like a longer version of the Deimos Adventures, but I was never too fond of those and that is partly why MC11 did not do the trick for me in the end. However, it would be cool if both Deimos and Jesus came back in MC12. Did you prefer MC10 or MC11? MC10 by far if you are asking me. :) /Kenny Navarro (talk)
Oh tough question but I would go for 10 I think, 10 and 7 are my favorites. I dont really know why, I mean I found Madness trough Madness Accelerant, after that I diretly watched Madness 7 and then I watched 10 I think. Also a reason I like them so much may be the amazing music or the creativity level in Madness 7 I mean we got Mag Agents, engineers, demon Tricky and the Jesus plot twist at the end.
Madness 10 got less then Madness 7, but it got super cool music mixed with super cool fight scenes between Hank & Sanford and the AAHW. Also important is that it got a satisfying ending.
Sorry Beppo. I have been a bit busy. I am back now to continue where we left off. Really, Madness Combat 7 is actually one of the weaker ones if you are asking about my take. MC7, MC7.5, MC8 and MC11 are the weakest ones to me in the end. My issues with MC7 is that the music doesn't get me hyped, Hank is getting chased through the entire episode rather than being the one chasing and as for the ending then, while being an interesting plot twist, it still felt very anticlimatic to me unfortunatly. Still, I give it that Hank had a cool outfit. Pretty simular to the outfit from Maximum Ninja 3 however, but still very cool. What you described about MC7 is how I feel about MC6 instead. Amazing soundtrack, hype when Hank is chasing Tricky through Nevada and that ending was so badass and cool. (Even if the beginning part of MC7 sorta ruined it). Hank had a cool outfit here as well. Even if it was only a damaged version of the outfit which he used in MC5. I am not sure if I prefer MC6 or MC10 the most. Close call. :) /Kenny Navarro (talk)
I think I didn't watch Maximum Ninja and Bunny Kill or at least I don't remember anything from it. Madness Mini and Dawn Of The Madness was really really good, from the story to length, you can see the love and effort the creators have put in their works, especially in Dawn Of The Madness. But both series lack a conclusion and this really bothers me.
Dude, Beppo, you need to check out Maximum Ninja 1-3 and Bunny Kill 1-7 either on YouTube or NewGrounds and then tell me what you think of it. Trust me. You will enjoy it. It's almost on par with the OG MC series. Yeah, I really enjoyed Madness Mini and Dawn Of The Madness and while I agree that the cliffhanger in Madness Mini was pretty painful to end it on and especcially when Madness Mini 1-4 did not ended with a cliffhanger, I sorta think that Dawn Of The Madness was supposed to end that way. It's a horror story after all and horror stories usually end in a pretty simular manner. Still, you need to go and watch Maximum Ninja and Bunny Kill. You won't regret that. Part one in both of them start's off a little bit slow, but in both of them it really steps up in part two and onwards. :) /Kenny Navarro (talk)
Hi, so small update: i watched all episodes of Maximum Ninja and while I watched some scenes seemed familiar. It was like I said, I watched it a long time ago and forgot most of it. I liked the style and story, but there was this one thing that I hated. This series like other good series ended with a damn cliffhanger and no sequel.
At the moment I watched the first two episodes of Bunny Kill and as far as I can tell it looks good. Although I felt sorry for the little bunnies at first.
Question, how did you find Madness Combat? And what was your first episode or game? And did you show it to your friends?
Glad you liked it. Did you watched Maximum Ninja on YouTube or on NewGrounds? If you now watched on YouTube, then I am hoping you did not watched the version uploaded by the YouTuber by the name of "Madness Archive". The reason why is because he repaces all of the amazing sound effects with new lame sound effects. It kinda ruins the whole thing. Still, I do agree with you that the cliffhanger from Maximum Ninja 3 is equally if not even more frustrating than the cliffhanger from Madness Mini 5 is. I have been waiting for a Maximum Ninja 4 and a Madness Mini 6 for years at this point now. Still, Bunny Kill ends with no cliffhangers really. Bunny kill has cliffhangers, but they get's answered. Nice that you enjoy Bunny Kill as well and same with me at first, but you get used to it. Also, it's five episodes. but episode three and episode five are both split up in two parts, so that is why it's seven episodes in total in the end. Episode two, episode three part one and episode three part two are my personal favorite episodes, but they are all fantasic episodes. Let me know what you thought about the other episodes. There is also Poninjas if you ever heard about it? It's pretty easy to find it on NewGrounds, but not on YouTube. Now, for your questions. I found out about Madness Combat back in 2005, so I am one of the more OG fans kinda. Yeah, we were a group of friends who were fans of it. We found out about Madness Combat through some website and then we found out about this website called StickPage if you ever heard of that before? It hosted all sorts of stick figure actions series and even had one specific section dedicated to Madness Combat one to five and Maximum Ninja one to three and after that I found my way to NewGrounds like everybody else did and the rest is pretty much history from there. Not completly sure which was my first episode, but I would guess either Madness Combat two or three or Maximum Ninja one or two. Funny enough, both Madness Combat five and Maximum Ninja three came out 2005, but I became a fan of Madness Combat between their releases, because Madness Combat five was released, but Maximum Ninja three was not when I became a fan of Madness Combat. I was seriously hyped for both Madness Combat six and for Maximum Ninja four back then and Madness Combat six delivered and is still one of my favorite episodes till this day. I wish I could say the same about both Maximum Ninja three and Madness Mini six in the end. Still, now I have written enough for now, but it's always pretty fun to talk about Madness Combat with a fellow Madness Combat fan, so what about you? What is your story? How did you ended up as a Madness Combat fan and also which year? First episode? :) /Kenny Navarro (talk)
First off, sorry for the very late answer, I was very busy, school startet, everything was stressful ect. Anyway, I actually managed to finish watching Bunny Kill. I have to say, dude part 3, 4 and 5 were amazing. Omg wow.
Some things bother me, like what happened to the Robot thing at the end of Part 3? I would have liked to see him again. The ending was great a after credit scene where he kills the boss would have been cool.
Also are all Parts (1-5) in the same canon? And what about the antagonists, like the black rabbit (smoke?) he appeared in Part 1, 3 and 5; or the brown one part 2, 3, 5; or the scientist bunny he appeared in 3 and 5; are these the same characters? Because they have the same name throughout the series like smoke, but at the same time, completely different roles.
So my story with Madness Combat started in summer 2014. My friend and I were at my laptop, i searched for an old flash game I played when I was younger, this game was Tasty Planet, I didn't knew the name back then.
So I was on a website for flash games, not newgrounds, then I saw the thumbnail from Madness Accelerant. "I was like omg this looks amazing, wow dragons or something cccoolll." So I played it and after a while I beat it. I also killed Torture. Then I clicked on "More Madness" and was brought to newgrounds. Then I searched for the Madness Part where Torture was in, to see if his death was canon. I saw him on the Madness 7 thumbnail and watched it. Then I watched Madness 10 and I was amazed.
Then I slowly started to watch the rest. My friend who was next to me while I discovered it, also liked it. Then I showed it to my best friend, he was amazed like me. We showed it to other friends, some were amazed some not. But the most were amazed. Even two girls. XD So I created at least 6 hardcore fans.
We drew a lot of Madness comics for some time. We use the Madness drawing style or rather the style to draw these characters to this day, not for comics but for other things, like if we have to draw humans in school something like that idk.
No worries. Take as long time to respond as you need to. Nice, I am glad that you liked them. Bunny Kill is one of if not the very best tribute to Madness Combat. Well, I do not know if you saw the after credits scene of Bunny Kill 3, volume 2, but the robot showed up again behind Snowball in the ship he escaped in. Yeah, I would have prefered to see that thing destroyed as well. It did not matter how skillful Snowball was. Only Smoke could handle it in the end. Now, as for the canonity however. No, each episode's story Arc is different from one another. See Snowball, Smoke and Dust as actors pretty much playing a different character in each arc. With the exception of Snowball who plays the same character in every arc. Snowball and Smoke for example are both allies in Bunny Kill 2 and 3, but enemies in Bunny Kill 1 and 5. Snowball and Dust are both allies in Bunny Kill 5, but in Bunny Kill 2 and 3 they are enemies. The professor on the other hand is the main antagonist in Bunny Kill 3 and uses Dust and the robot in the same way as the Sheriff uses both Jesus and Tricky while Snowball and Smoke tries to stop him, but in Bunny Kill 5 he is the second in command to Smoke and he is getting betrayed by Smoke. Flint is a kung fu master in Bunny Kill 4, but in Bunny Kill 5 Flint turns out to be an ally to Snowball, but later we would found out that he was never an ally with Snowball at all and he would later easily get killed by Dust at the end of Bunny Kill 5, volume 2. Ruby was only part of Bunny Kill 4 I believe. Still, my point is that each episode is a diffent story arc. For me, Bunny Kill 2 and 3 are the two best ones with Bunny Kill 4 close behind. Bunny Kill 1 while still being pretty great still had it flaws. Bunny Kill 5 has amazing animation and fights, but I am not a big fan of the story. I always prefered Snowball and Smoke as allies over Snowball and Dust as allies. While killing of Snowball in volume one was a different and cool idea compared to the other episodes, it was not really enough for me however. The weakest part for me is the final battle between Smoke and Dust at the end. While it was a pretty cool fight and all that, it probably was the most predictble fight I have ever seen before. I predicted the outcome of that fight even before the actual fight even started. Maybe that is partly why Bunny Kill 2 and 3 are my favorite ones because Snowball and Smoke are allies and that they were not as predictble as Bunny Kill 5 was. Glad you enjoyed them. :) /Kenny Navarro (talk)
Interesting story. You became a fan like a decade after I did, but it's always great to chat with Madness Combat fans. No matter when they started to watch Madness Combat and you even converted some more fans as well. Well done. The more the better. Now, as for Torture. Have you ever checked out either Dadness Combat or Mr. Nails before? Torture is the main antagonist in Dadness Combat and also the main protagonist in Mr. Nails. :) /Kenny Navarro (talk)
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Ok, I did some research I think you meant this site. The zombie GO4LM seems to be in the games files but not in the actual gameplay. So you can add this fact + the picture, in the trivia of the GO3LM page and ect. But don't add the pic in the infobox, add it in the trivia section.
I'm going to have to disagree with you on the Auditor not being considered a main antagonist in MC11. The Auditor may only appear personally for two scenes, but his prescence can be felt throughout and the spikes that kept popping up through the floor were extensions of him. In fact, the whole episode was basically one big chess match between him and Tricky, with Hank and Sanford as pawns.
The reason the Auditor isn't a main antagonist in Madness Combat 7 isn't because of his little screentime, it's because he didn't do anything to impact the plot; that episode revolved around Hank being chased by Tricky, Auditor didn't do much. Inversely, Tricky is considered a main antagonist of Madness Combat 5.5 despite only appearing for about 30 seconds of it because he does have an impact on the plot, he shows up to fight Sanford and Deimos at one point.
Auditor in MC11 however is much more proactive, he actively plays the events so Hank and Sanford will kill Tricky, only to wind up dead themselves. In short my argument is basically that a character's screentime shouldn't determine whether they play a major role, their actions in the screentime they have should.
I have to admit, what you say is correct, you are right, but you also said its one big chess match between him and Tricky. Also he seems to be helping Hank, giving him a new arm and a power boost at the end, when he kills Tricky.
He has an important role, but the question is, can he be considered as an antagonist at all? It seems there are 3 parties in this episode: Hank & Sanford, Tricky & minions and the Auditor. With one party helping the other to destroy the third party (Tricky) because he is a larger threat.
Hello GameZone1! I have taken care of this problem now. Yeah, if you are interested to become a new Rollback or even an Administrator, then I don't mind giving it to you. Just message me back and we should have this sorted. /Kenny Navarro (talk)