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General / Re: something unbelievable happened
« on: Yesterday at 07:18 AM »

Jesus died for homo

why is it deep-fried

General / Re: How is everyone?
« on: Yesterday at 02:00 AM »
can someone learn how to play dwarf fortress and enjoy it so i can talk to someone about it i just need one poor soul

General / Re: How is everyone?
« on: Yesterday at 01:59 AM »
is this the new discord

General / Re: So were now a toxic community...
« on: Yesterday at 01:25 AM »
Define being ignored on discord

General / Re: So were now a toxic community...
« on: Yesterday at 12:35 AM »
if anything his response only made me laugh harder

General / Re: So were now a toxic community...
« on: Yesterday at 12:24 AM »
i don't think anyone's mad, seems moreso like laughing at him if anything

General / Re: Inner circle unite
« on: Yesterday at 12:11 AM »
watch this

General / Re: So were now a toxic community...
« on: July 16, 2018, 11:13 PM »
because i watched him talk about making it and react to the comments

General / Re: So were now a toxic community...
« on: July 16, 2018, 11:08 PM »
eezycheezy is loaf

General / Re: Why do Japanese websites look like it's still 2001
« on: July 16, 2018, 04:23 PM »
Calculated minimalism and the incentive to make everything appeal to the user on a scientific level of design isn't prevalent in Japanese designs, and this includes their websites. Brocky does raise a point, though I'm not sure about it's validity, but even if that had an effect on Japan's webdev scene, they'd still pump out strikingly similar sites anyways. You can compare most Japanese design styles to early-mid 2000s designs from here in America and most worldwide giants before everything shifted to minimalism and the similarities are endless.

General / Re: Future of Sploder
« on: July 15, 2018, 06:10 PM »
If you need someone to pay for hosting for whatever reason I can pitch in. Again though $5-10/mo is nothing, with the addition of the $10/year domain running a site is the most inexpensive thing ever.

General / Re: Future of Sploder
« on: July 14, 2018, 10:35 PM »
alright, if Geoff closes shop we can call our site Splodah.

When I was referring to implementing features of our own, I meant more than the SMF side of the site. If you check out the sites I mentioned, their primary focuses are still the forums, but they also have extra features directly related to the topics they represent and are both responsible and necessary for their notoriety. If we were to have some sort of news section, article area, media sharing aspect to it then I think our chances of survival on our own are boosted. I doubt a lone SMF forum would make it anywhere on it's own without clout to back it up. Of course this is discussion meant for the future but I wanted to get my ideas here as soon as possible in-case I miss my future chances. Did I make sense?

General / Re: Future of Sploder
« on: July 14, 2018, 08:18 PM »
When you talk about a new forum, would it retain the old db/url? Geoff had mentioned that he'd be willing to pay to keep the server going, but if that wasn't a possiblity for him would any effort be made to retrieve the data he had collected, or would the staff focus on a fresh transition? If a site were to emerge from the ruins of sploder, a new focus or feature should be implemented with the forums still remaining a additive to draw new users in, and I already have numerous ideas of how this could be implemented in a safe and natural manner, taking liberties from sites like GBAtemp, and smwcentral.

General / Re: the hardest song ever
« on: July 13, 2018, 03:58 PM »
can i use this in a video

General / Re: the hardest song ever
« on: July 13, 2018, 03:55 PM »
can you make an entire song where you say bop at different pitches and speeds

Yea! Remember that really popular game maker? His name was like septile or something.

General / Re: post here
« on: July 12, 2018, 05:00 PM »

General / Re: Hitman 2016
« on: July 11, 2018, 12:26 AM »
why did you ever leave us

yeah that's the one. Also I updated my post to include the actual song name, lemme know what you think of Whaley's World. It may not have the same impact on you since you expect something grand but for me it was delightfully unexpected.

*clicks on 3:26:30 in the video at random*

"Wtf, I've never heard this song in all of my years on Sploder."

It'll be really surreal to hear what the broken songs have intended to sound like this whole time.
Check the bandcamp page instead of the video, as the video has a few missing/broken parts. The three broken songs were lobster rock, game and something parrot i forget the actual name.

Many of the songs were rarely used, and when they were utilized we usually only heard a few seconds of them. My favorite example of this is Whaley's World by don cato, for the first two minutes it's nice but rather average, and then for the last two minutes it's impeccable and it quickly became my favorite song because of that. Unfortunately I only ever heard the latter half outside of sploder.

[(Hopefully) Final Update]


LPA - After the War
LPA - Art of Techno
Soundburst - Hold On I'm Coming
Syphus - Release
Vim - 0 Points
Vim - Funky Trousers (cm)
Vim - No Lock Luck
Vim - Odd Green Bit
Vim - To Err is Human
Vim - What a Bargain


Vim - Game Never heard before!

(fixed a few spelling errors, too)


General / Re: Hitman 2016
« on: July 10, 2018, 07:53 PM »
my neighbor looks like the hitman and i made fun of him for it once and he moved away before i could apologize

Hmm, strange, I can't access the page. Have you removed it?

Yeah, you think so? Guess what Moolatyfool, make fun of us all you want but you can never stifle our creativity with mere words. I'm PMing you my address now tough guy.

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