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(There could be newer flashes that hasn't been added here yet. I'll get around to it eventually.)

These are *almost all flash files that I've created myself over the years. Some are not on the list because I don't want to connect them with me. Others are not on the list because they are new and I've not put them here yet (I won't update the list as soon as I make something, I'll do it a couple at a time).

Each flash has received a color code that represents how "sexual" it is.

Green=Not very sexy at all. Should be safe for work in most places where people don't give a damn about stuff like for example violence and only care about nudity and pornograpy.
Yellow=Contains material that's a little edgy or even erotic in some fashion. Implied sexuality. This covers a big range, everything from just kissing to light clothing to weird camera angles.
Red=Visible penis, vagina or female nipple.
Purple=Haven't bothered to rate this yet.
Gray=A mystery...

The list order is nothing fancy, it goes from newest to oldest. But each flash has been put in a category represented by some capitalized letters. You can use CTRL+F to jump between category entries in the list.

LOOP=A basic random flash loop. May have "light" ActionScript, or none at all.
L∞P=A more "advanced" flash loop. Usually has nifty ActionScript or several music tracks.
ANI=Flash animation with a beginning and an end.
GAME=Playable flash game.
CLIP=It's basically just a video embedded in a flash file.
INAC=Interactive, you need to change between pages yourself.
THRE=An archived thread.
APH=Flash loop: Anon Party Hard.
SIMF=Flash loop: Simpsons or Futurama themed.
HYBR=Hybrid, most likely a movie first and then it ends as a loop.
SWF=Haven't bothered to categorize this yet.

As you can tell a lot of the flashes doesn't have a text attached to them, however I plan to comment them all sometime before the day I die. It's not something I look forward to doing so don't hold your breath.

Thumbnail screenshots were taken from the first frame of the flash file. Sometimes it doesn't look like anything, I might replace those that turned out bad in the future.

The WAV music loops used in my flash loops can be downloaded in this huge thread. Feel free to use them in your own flashes if you like. I have made more music loops than flash loops so there are some songs in that thread that doesn't appear in this list.

----->       Got anything you want to say or ask? Please post in this thread!

Note 1: You can click the file size to go to the flash's home page on swfchan.
Note 2: Feel free to download and spread these flashes as much as you want to!
Note 3: Audio and/or visual source is usually included inside the flash file itself but hidden outside the stage. You can use the [TALL] JavaScript link to reveal the source if it's not noted in the flash's listing text. Sometimes in the older flashes I put the source to the left of the stage instead of below it, then you can use the [WIDE] link.
Note 4: Flashes without a text have had their date automatically set; they may appear at an incorrect position (though it's mostly correct or near correct). If the flash has a text it means I have verified the date.

UPDATE 5may2018: To commemorate the day that swfchan had been online for 10 years I decided to finally update this page. The text above was written in May 2012 and after that there were no further changes for six years. I plan to try and update within five years next time!

* = While I previously omitted many flashes from this list I've now decided to list them as "mystery flashes". The only published info about them is the month and year they were created (the day is always set to 1 of that month), other than that it's a mystery which flash it is! I can reveal that these are most often of pornographic nature or just extra poor YouTube videos. Note that the list is still incomplete due to the fact that there's a bunch of mystery flashes missing from before 2012. I'll try to find my old drive for the next update just for completeness sake. Then I'll also try to lift over all the legacy comments from anonpartyhard.com.

The newly added "pop" number next to the filesize is a kind of metric of the file's popularity. It's calculated from the number of threads archived on the flash's wiki divided by the number of months it has existed, and then multiplied by 1000 and rounded. Note that it's a static number that only gets updated whenever I manually change this list. It's also a little misleading since it doesn't take into account the natural dropoff in interest a flash gets with age. So newer flashes will get an edge in its pop number since people haven't had time to grow tired of it yet. It would have been a more fair metric if new threads for very old flashes gave a little boost in points since it demonstrates that the swf has sustainability.

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 SWF15apr2018nighthorse.swf9.90 MiB 500 pop
This made me smirk, thought I'd share it. Cut away a part after the two guys woke up, just footage of them running outside.
 TOOL:  SwfH264 + The Swiff Army Knife
 VISUALS: The Brothers Grimm (2005)
 
  Apr2018unknown.swf? MiB ? pop
 
 SWF14mar2018cryptowhale.swf4.24 MiB 2000 pop
Started doing this loop in the middle of Januari around the time the BTC price was falling but for some reason I didn't bother to finish it until two months later. The vast majority of all Bitcoins in existance belong to a very few people and if one of these whales decide to sell a lot the BTC/USD trade rate will tank. I used the built-in trace feature in Flash CS6 to convert the .gif illustration to vectors, since it was automated it takes more bytes than the original gif. The bubbles were detached from the rest of the animation so I can make them appear at constant intervals and not for every repeat. You can click the blowhole to change song, which also triples the framerate.
 TOOL:  Adobe Flash Pro CS6
 VISUALS: Patrik Mollwing for Bloomberg Businessweek
 AUDIO 1:  Atlas Plug - Infiltrate This
 AUDIO 2:  LL Cool J - Ain't Nobody (instrumental)
 
 SWF5mar2018News Update.swf9.96 MiB 333 pop
Got linked this and thought I'd share it on /f/ since David Firth used to give us flashes (Salad Fingers) and it looks like he put some work into this one. Bummer that he's abandoned flash like so many other. I called it "News Update.swf" since the video is about banning "up".
 TOOL:  SwfH264 + The Swiff Army Knife
 VISUALS: David Firth youtube.com/watch?v=ISTajZAmyKM
 
  Mar2018unknown.swf? MiB ? pop
 
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 SWF12feb2018houseworkinit.swf1.26 MiB 2000 pop
Were looking at Paul's latest animations while this song happened to be playing and thought this gif went well with it. I like the background color too, something about this particular mix between pink and purple. Have covered up a flashing watermark that was in the gif. Spent a bunch of time to try and center the visuals perfectly but ended up moving the whole thing 10 pixels to the left because the composition of them make it look better like this in fullscreen to me, there's more "weight" on the right side and it centers more on the middle of her body. Looks a little misaligned when not in fullscreen though... Maybe shouldn't have done that, instead I could have made the visuals go outside the stage a bit to cover up the misalignment when not in fullscreen. The music is a remix of "Kay Kyser - Jingle Jangle Jingle", which was in Fallout New Vegas. Should have put that info into the flash's metadata but didn't think of it at the time. Originally I was going to spell the filename with a "g" but dropped it since I rarely pronounce the g when saying "workin' it". Filenames with nothing sticking out below the baseline looks a little cleaner too.
 TOOL:  Adobe Flash Pro CS6
 VISUALS: Paul Robertson
 AUDIO:  Icky - Ring-a-Ding Baby!
 
 SWF2feb2018crypto.swf9.98 MiB 1000 pop
At the start of 2017 one Bitcoin (BTC) was traded for around 950 USD. During the year a lot of people that didn't really understand crypto invested a lot of money into it and on 17dec2017 BTC peaked at 20k USD for a brief moment. After that the value started to drop and plummeted fast in early February. When this flash was made 1 BTC traded for about 8500 USD after having been below 7k for a moment. It is still a lot more than one year earlier but a lot of people got a rude awakening.
 TOOL:  SwfH264 + The Swiff Army Knife
 VISUALS: Balcony Conversations - Bitcoin Guy (youtu.be/lQegMA_kY9Y)
 
 SWF7jan2018buttcircles.swf943.0 KiB 3000 pop
Made using the bitmap-to-vector function in Flash Pro CS6 (Modify > Bitmap > Trace Bitmap). First I converted the gif animation to png images using ImageMagick. Then I used Irfanview to: Reduce the number of colors to 2, make the images 400% larger, blur them, reduce colors to 2 again (it got rid of the "pixel shade" used in the gif). After tracing the images in Flash I re-colored them, moved some lines around and cut out a couple of holes. It might be more apparent in the gif that it's a short-haired girl btw, maybe should have added something around the eyes to make it more clear in the flash. At least I think it's supposed to be a girl? I mean just look at the legs. Hm.
 TOOL:  Adobe Flash Pro CS6
 VISUALS: Random gif image.
 AUDIO:  Dunderpatrullen - To The Moon (ft FantomenK)
 
 SWF19dec2017nya_nya_high.swf3.79 MiB 2500 pop
Someone made nya_nya.swf using swfchan's loopmaker and then someone made a HQ version. Then three HD versions were made by modifying a different flash. Someone put out a challenge for people to make their own high quality version so I made this one. Downloaded the anime in as high quality I could find and extracted the frames. Cropped the moving parts to smaller images so I could save some bytes, no need to have the static background in all images. Also downloaded the music and made a loop. Someone later made a truly high edit of this (nya_nya_real_fuckin_high.swf). There's also a hood version and one with the audio pitched down.
 TOOL:  Adobe Flash Pro CS6
 VISUALS: Gabriel DropOut (2017) Ep 12
 AUDIO:  Hisakawa Aya - Nya Nya Nya
 
 SWF10nov2017chris-chan.swf9.92 MiB 286 pop
Christian featured on PewDiePie's channel?
 TOOL:  SwfH264 + The Swiff Army Knife
 
 SWF14sep2017whitewashing.swf4.98 MiB 6000 pop
One of my favorite Disney movies is this one and I thought this scene would go perfect with this music. The official HD release was used to extract the visuals, it's really apparent that the coloring wasn't perfect in those days. Goes outside the lines but it adds a certain charm. Have improved several frames by removing smudges. The repeat might not look smooth on a less powerful or busy CPU. Was a little torn over whether I should use crossfade or not on the bubbles. I thought of the filename because he is quite literally washing away dirt to make the plates white again but once it dawned upon me that it also was politically charged the filename became set in stone.
 TOOL:  SwfH264 + The Swiff Army Knife + Adobe Flash Pro CS6
 VISUALS: The Sword in the Stone (1963)
 AUDIO:  Wintergatan - Sommarfågel (Bassnectar Remix)
 
 SWF2sep2017flashcarrier.swf2.42 MiB 1444 pop
Found this gif on the day of eternal sorrow --25jul2017-- when Adobe and the owners of most major browsers announced that they were going to turn their back on flash in 2020. I instantly decided to make it into a flash loop. However I couldn't settle on a music track to go with it until I listened closer to the lyrics in Hubnester Rising. The song is clearly about a flash artist crying out to people in the dwindling days of flash support. The filename "flashcarrier" is fitting both because Machinae Supremacy has made another nice song called "Flagcarrier" and because our hero in the visuals carries the flag of flash. But it also makes me think about the future, how many of us "flashcarriers" will there be left? So few seem to care about this great technology that we're supposed to abandon just because some companies decided it was easier to drop it than improve it. Anyway, I should have polished this flash a bit more. The framerate changes depending on the timestamp in the audio and sometimes it can look glitchy if it resets the visual loop near a frame that it just played. I could have safeguarded against that. The biggest flaw though is that there's a visual glitch in the bottom left corner! It was in the original gif as well. I almost couldn't believe I had left it in when I finally noticed a little while after uploading the finished swf to /f/ because I knew about it beforehand. Had seen it when I first found the gif and made a mental note to cover it up in flash. But since it took three months to pick the audio I forgot about it! Oh well. The outsides of the visuals are just scaled and darker instances of the visual's frames, if you resize the flash to be really wide or tall you can see large versions of the man and woman.
 TOOL:  Adobe Flash Pro CS6
 VISUALS: Gif made by "Sublustris".
 AUDIO:  Machinae Supremacy - Hubnester Rising
 
 SWF5jul2017Know Your Enemy.swf10.00 MiB 1182 pop
Watched this US propaganda and found it rich on info about pre-WWII Japan. It's important to remember that propaganda isn't automatically the same as lies, hard to believe that Japan is the same country nowadays. Since the "Beef Stroganoff" song was posted a lot on /f/ I thought I could tie this together with it and maybe get some more people to learn about old Japan. I had to include the scene after the song in the anime when they remark upon the fact that beef stroganoff doesn't have to be made with beef, something that people usually find especially amusing in the song. In the background of the video I put an areal photo of the Unit 731 complex, a place where Japan committed war crimes equal to or worse than the nazis. I altered the subtitles at the end by extracting the original ones from a subbed release, changing them and then hard-coding them back into the video. Then finally I cut out the piece of the video I wanted to put in the flash. Yasukuni Shrine is where the ghosts of soldiers that has sacrificed themselves for their country go, it was a high honor to end up there.
 TOOL:  SwfH264 + The Swiff Army Knife + Adobe Flash Pro CS6
 VISUALS: Know Your Enemy: Japan (USA, 1944)
 AUDIO:  Song in "Senki Zesshou Symphogear GX ep 03 (2015)".
 
  Jul2017unknown.swf? MiB ? pop
 
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 SWF28jun2017One Punch Tusk.swf9.99 MiB 83 pop
 
 TOOL:  SwfH264 + The Swiff Army Knife
 
 SWF21jun2017valley.swf10.00 MiB 1750 pop
Felt like it was a while since someone made a 4chan-themed flash so I embarked on this project. The hardest part was to hunt down a 3D model of Yotsuba. I had seen one used in MMD videos (MikuMikuDance) but all links had 404'd. Eventually I got it from here: bowlroll.net/file/7374 (pass: "yotuba"). Found the page somewhat early on but not the password. The model, titled "よつば" was made long ago by "namekoziru" (I think) in the year 2000 or earlier and I'm happy it wasn't lost forever. I used a plugin for Blender to convert the MMD .pmd format to .blend, which can be read by the Unity Game Engine. I'm not a 3D artist so yeah I used a game engine for this. MakeHuman was used to create the Anon model, came complete with a suit and shoes, just needed to change his skin color in Unity. The tie wasn't the correct color but it doesn't show from the intended camera angle. The landscape and trees/grass were made by the built-in tools in Unity (has SpeedTree among its standard assets package). Found free packages with the houses, the book, bottle, skybox and rock on Unity's asset store. Ground textures and the water (Water4) is also part of Unity's Standard Assets. I made C# scripts to loop the water waves seamlessly and also loop Yotsuba's hair seamlessly (fake wind). Anon and Yotsuba move their heads just a little too so they don't seem lifeless, loops seamless. Unity's built-in wind system controls the tree leaves and grass however so they don't repeat seamlessly, if you look on the ground you can see where it repeats with a fade. Tried to conceal it a little by timing the movement of the grass the best I could. The trees in the background are of lower level of detail than I intended, I forgot to remove the LOD models used to speed up testing before I made the final capture but it doesn't really look too different at that distance. Unity's own PostProcessing scripts were used to enhance the scene's colors a bit. I wrote a C# script that took care of capture, it slowed down the game and took a screenshot every frame in such a way that it looked normal when played back fast in a movie. It was kind of difficult to make the grass not clip through the book, I ended up rendering the cover of the book on top of the camera that rendered the rest of the screen. There's a screenshot of the small island in the river below the visuas. I wasn't sure what music I would use for this, picked one that I had made earlier that I felt suited the ambiance.
 TOOL:  SwfH264 + The Swiff Army Knife + Adobe Flash Pro CS6unity
 AUDIO:  Voicians - Limbus
 
 SWF17jun2017vignette.swf5.67 MiB 1167 pop
In the late 80s most Swedes only had access to three TV channels but during a year or two my parents aquired one of thos pirate boxes that made it possible to watch many more. I can't remember if time had crossed over into the 90s or not but a few of my earliest TV memories was from watching cartoons on TV3. One day I came across this music on YouTube and although I haven't heard it before it invoked some serious nostalgia in me. So I found some early TV3 footage that they used between shows and made this loop. Made sure that brief music distortion caused by the VCR recording was included in the audio cut, it was important. I've no idea what the song title is, if it were ever given one. The channel broadcasted in most nordic countries; in the video you can see a girl holding balloons with the flags of Sweden, Norway and Denmark. The threads of this flash seem to always become political due to recent immigration problems.
 TOOL:  Adobe Flash Pro CS6
 VISUALS: The first TV3 vignette (they sing in 3 languages) youtu.be/wqPPBUa9nMM
 AUDIO:  Schedule music from TV3 in 1990 youtu.be/Vw9744497lU
 
 SWF7jun2017Wendy.swf2.87 MiB 1167 pop
This was around that time when the "Smug Wendy's" meme came about (due to the US burger-chain "Wendy's" making some official tweets trash talking the competitors). Came across this animation and thought it would go perfect with this song. Used a normal On2VP6 FLV embed into the flash timeline for this one so there might be a small delay upon repeat. The source bar is a sight on its own in this one; I used the "Wendy's" logo and moved down ' to be the dot before "swf". Hoho! There's also a vector version of the Wendy's logo down there. Wendy's head nod (swallow animation) syncs with the first beat after the singing stops for the first time.
 TOOL:  Adobe Flash Pro CS6
 VISUALS: Visuals by "Rocheste Dorm". That's Ronald McDonald's face she's sitting on.
 AUDIO:  Spagna - Easy Lady
 
 SWF4jun2017feminist mindset explained by an ex-feminist.swf9.92 MiB 167 pop
 
 TOOL:  SwfH264 + The Swiff Army Knife
 
  Jun2017unknown.swf? MiB ? pop
 
 SWF18may2017louise.swf9.83 MiB 1846 pop
I watched Bob's Burger's first and second season when they came out and weren't overly impressed. Five years later I gave an episode in season 7 a chance and liked it, then I watched all episodes in reverse order. Turns out the series really improved after season 2 in both story and characters. The animation improved too (trivia: in earlier episodes Louise had four eyelashes, now she has three). I found Louise to be annoying at first but after S03E21 "Boyz 4 Now" she became a reason to watch the show. I had been wanting to make a vector flash so I traced her using the line tool in Flash Pro CS6, which took forever. Traced the burger too, which also took forver. Back in 2011 or 2012 I played around in the physics engine Box2D, it has a version in ActionScript3 so I put that in and made some burgers bounce around on the sound waves. The stage is set to NoScale ("100%") so the space the burgers have to bounce around in can be changed by resizing the flash, Louise and the burgers change their size depending on the height of the flash to mimick regular ShowAll scaling. Since you can't view the source bar in NoScale mode it will become visible via AS3 if the stage is set to be narrow and tall. If you right-click and change to ShowAll scaling the flash will adapt to it. I traced Louise's eyes as well though I think it turned out looking a little creepy so they are only open on one of the random songs in this. You can press "O" or "F" to toggle the face (eyes). "D" or "0" (zero) toggles debug drawing of the shapes of the physics engine, notice that there are more circles towards the edges because the soundwaves tend to slope more there so unless I did that burgers could slip below the wave. "Space" or "N" to play the next music track. Press "ENTER" or "B" to insert more burgers! Eventually the physics auto-downgrades its accuracy to try to improve the framerate. 6 out of the 12 songs have less chance to play when the flash starts. Louise changes her movement speed depending on the beats per minute of the track that is played. Originally I thought about only having one song ("Sean Kingston - Party All Night"), then the swf file would have been just 990 KiB. The flash is just 28.2 KiB without any audio data at all. A little trick with this flash is that you can mute the tab in some browsers and flash will make the waveform of the audio completely flat. Btw later in 2017 I happened to see an episode of Gravity Falls and Mabel in it has exactly the same voice as Louise. Judging from various videos on YouTube it seems to just be how Kristen Schaal speaks normally. She's the only female voice actress for the main characters in Bob's Burgers, Linda and Tina are both male voices.
 TOOL:  Adobe Flash Pro CS6
 VISUALS: Bob's Burgers S07E01 Flu-ouise (also used a few references images for hair and colors from other episodes)
 AUDIO 1:  Sean Kingston - Party All Night
 AUDIO 2:  Steve Aoki ft. Lil Jon and Chiddy Bang - Emergency
 AUDIO 3:  Straylight Run - Hands In The Sky (Big Shot)
 AUDIO 4:  Carpenter Brut - Le Perv
 AUDIO 5:  Blue Stahli - Retribution
 AUDIO 6:  Spiderbait - Black Betty
 AUDIO 7:  Bart Simpson - Love?
 AUDIO 8:  EverEve - Embrace the Light
 AUDIO 9:  Icona Pop - I Love It
 AUDIO 10:  Kim Wilde - Kids in America
 AUDIO 11:  Kyla La Grange - Cut Your Teeth (Kygo Remix)
 AUDIO 12:  LazyTown - Good Stuff

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