The idea was absurd.
Riding off the adrenaline of a few well-received collabs driven by RobClock, I suggested to him what could only be categorized as insane. A ten-year anniversary edition Flash Flood.
He shrugged. No one had time for such farcical frivolity in February.
Yet here we are.
We launched the month with The Making WAVs Collab, an experiment in creativity that got us all back in a "good-old-days" groove. New and old clocks doing what the Clock Crew does. Creating... something.
Then, it was on. 14 clocks submitted entries, with five going the distance. Two entries were frontpaged. And we gathered more than a few Newgrounds trophies along the way, including an unprecedented 14 (and counting) for the untouchable Thor Clock.
K-9 designed some snazzy awards and Rob snuck them into your stockings while you were sleeping. Accolades go to:
Submitting at least one flash to the Flood:
Flounderman, Inkwell, Clocktopus, K-9, Marlin, Switch, Vuvuzela, P-Cat, and Deodorant.
Submitting 29 flashes to the Flood:
Thor, Redbook, Phonograph, Pop-Tart, and Rob.
Being frontpaged on Newgrounds during the Flood:
Flounderman and Inkwell.
Turd of the Month award for the lowest scoring flash during the flood:
The False Pretender award, for the highest scoring flash during the flood and literally taking over the Portal:
The Almighty Thor
Lots of thanks to everyone. Those who contributed. Those who helped with writing, music, or voice acting for participants. And to those who cheered us on.
I think most of us our ready for a well-earned mental break.
A short break.