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Posted by Alpha-Nuva - September 15th, 2014

I still think Twitter's pretty dumb. Every time I use it, I have a strong urge to just delete it. I'm going to see if I can accrue some followers first, though, before I decide to act on this. Click below to follow me!


Oh, and Stainville Episodes 3 and 4 are now on Youtube. You should probably check those out!

3: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7JajCHRPGwU&list=UUPxdTzjdxnlnJ1ctrp80OlQ

4: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k_Epy9D7GJ8&list=UUPxdTzjdxnlnJ1ctrp80OlQ

Posted by Alpha-Nuva - September 10th, 2014

The team behind Madness: Project Nexus 2 needs your help! With current efforts being focused on bringing attention to the the Kickstarter, the developers are keen on bringing community involvement into the scheme! Anyone who is determined to see this project through, those who can’t stand for even the slightest chance of the Kickstarter failing, or even those who simply can’t financially help the Kickstarter. This is your chance!

On Thursday September 11, 2014, the community volunteers working in conjunction with the developers will start a letter writing campaign to the various gaming news site on the web. This will be done by sending messages through email, twitter, facebook, youtube, and any other method of communication we can contact them with.

We have compiled a list of sites we are targeting, with their various forms of contact information can be found within this thread on the Official Project Nexus 2 forums:


You can send your own custom messages about the project, but must include one of the links below to send them to the Kickstarter page.



http://kck.st/1nrqbc2 - (for those of you that use twitter)

We also have prepared an assortment of premade messages on the Official Project Nexus Forums, which can be found here:


The link includes all the information you’ll need to help and be apart of this campaign. Remember this campaign is both supported and driven by the community. If the Kickstarter doesn’t have your backing, whether that be financial or willingness to help out it will fail. We the community, are the only ones who can determine this, and we are the ones at fault if we let if fail. Good luck guys and happy posting.

For those of you who would like to get more involved, we are recruiting dedicated Madness fans to the Street Team of the Official Project Nexus 2 forums. We are members who are coordinating the fan efforts to help this project. If you wish to join visit:


Disclaimer: We don’t condone the use of continually spamming pages, harassing accounts, bumping threads, or breaking the rules/terms and conditions of other sites. Please keep the letter campaign healthy, and give it the proper respect it deserves. Cheers!

Posted by Alpha-Nuva - September 3rd, 2014

Stainville is coming soon. Be on the lookout for it tomorrow.

EDIT: Stainville 4 is HERE!


Stainville is cumming.

Posted by Alpha-Nuva - August 25th, 2014

As many of you know, I started off on NewGrounds animating Madness parodies. Experimenting with Madness-style animations was a great way for me to quickly learn the technical aspects of the Flash interface as well as develop patience for working on long-haul projects. I strongly believe that Madness was fundamental to my development as an animator and a gateway to broader realms of animation.


As such, I felt obligated to pledge a small monetary sum to Project Nexus 2, a Madness-theme game being developed by NewGrounds developers Krinkels and Swain. If you are a fan of Madness or any of its derivative works, you should definitely support this project! Small amounts of cash add up fast, so don't fall under the false perception that a few bucks won't help this project.

Posted by Alpha-Nuva - June 6th, 2014


My buddy put out an album. Give it a looksie, or perhaps, a listen. Maybe even a donation!

Oh, I did the cover art, btw.

Posted by Alpha-Nuva - February 1st, 2014

A quick look at what's to come in the new Stainville.


Posted by Alpha-Nuva - December 3rd, 2013

Oh wow, this new text editor setup is amazing!

Anyways, I've been banging this new Stainville episode out pretty quickly. If you're not sure what Stainville is, you can follow any of these links to find out:




And if you like any of those three, you can follow us on the faceboobs or twitties, as well:



New episode should be out by February or March. Stay tuned!1640646_138608246171_Screenshot2013-12-03at9.48.49AM.png

Posted by Alpha-Nuva - July 8th, 2013

PLAY it fgt

Lots of delays allowed for lots of refining.

Actually, not really. This is equally as revolting and coarse as the other two. Go enjoy it. Or don't. Fucking flag, if you'd like.

Stainville 3 is now a THING!

Posted by Alpha-Nuva - April 30th, 2013

Sorry to anyone who was expecting a post about Paradigmadness II. Gotta blow my own zone up first.

At long last, I've finished the structural animation for Stainville 3. Scott's currently doing audio while Andrew, the third guy in our trio, is doing coloring. We should see the cartoon out by mid-May at the latest - hopefully, sooner than that. Be sure to drop in and give us a fair, unbiased 5.

Also, here's a kid sniffing something. But just what is he sniffing?

Stainville 3's almost here!

Posted by Alpha-Nuva - March 28th, 2013

It's time. Time to start recruiting members for Paradigmadness II. I'm hoping to see some faces from last year, as well as some new ones.

Still keeping the same format as last year: the movie will start out with an intro, followed by a sequence of separate parts created by other animators, filling out a story. This year, however, I have a solid story that I want to complete!

Animators will be split up into 3 teams, each animating a respective character whose stories all intertwine. with each other. This will limit the creativity that we had last year, but will allow us to animate more directly and effectively, as we will have a set plan rather than parts that roughly link together.

The idea is to animate Seeker, Edgar, and Newton as they travel through the underground facility and ultimately complete their mission. So, in effect, this movie will be Paradigmadness II/Rebooting the Madness 3 all wrapped into one movie.

As we did last year, only the best Madness tribute animators may sign up for this. If you feel you qualify, write a comment or leave me a PM. If you were on the team or invited last year, consider this an automatic invitation to return. Hopefully, this year, we can get some responses from the greats of NG.