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Notice: There are 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.

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.

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.

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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.

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 LOOP7may2010getDownEd.swf1.73 MiB
 CLIP21mar2010twelve_beast_gods.swf3.51 MiB
 LOOP19mar2010divinity.swf5.49 MiB
 LOOP18mar2010watchout.swf7.84 MiB
 LOOP24jan2010onwards.swf6.84 MiB
 L∞P23dec2009face_duel.swf629.0 KiB
 LOOP22dec2009yonder.swf7.60 MiB
 LOOP8dec2009gnomeparty.swf2.07 MiB
 LOOP8dec2009alucard.swf2.26 MiB
 LOOP20nov2009kaboom.swf6.56 MiB
 LOOP17nov2009lifestream.swf4.72 MiB
 L∞P23oct2009i_can_recursive_forever.swf7.37 MiB
 CLIP14oct2009george_lucas.swf7.23 MiB
 LOOP19sep2009friday_at_last.swf1.02 MiB
 GAME11sep2009OrbAvoider.swf29.8 KiB
I thought I'd try to put a banner in a game one last time and this is the result. Course it wasn't played enough to bother with keeping a banner in it, but I think this one or perhaps JumperThing.swf was the best of my games. What you are supposed to do is avoid everything using your mouse to guide the orb. The red cross will throw all that it has got at you. The only flaw with it is that it requires a computer powerful enough to keep the game at 30 FPS, or else the game play and score will suffer. At the time I had not bothered to learn ActionScript 3 yet, so AS2 makes it slow down. One thing I would have changed had I ever updated it is the interface colors. I'd make them brighter against the black background, hard to see as they are now. But if you play in fullscreen it's alright, though then frame rate will probably suffer.
 LOOP23aug2009trolls.swf5.45 MiB
 SIMF22aug2009specialbus.swf1.63 MiB
 L∞P28jul2009snap.swf1.63 MiB
 L∞P24jul2009insnae.swf831.7 KiB
 LOOP26jun2009trinity.swf6.73 MiB
 SIMF10jun2009strut.swf3.97 MiB
 SIMF10jun2009showoff.swf4.44 MiB
 LOOP10may2009finally_peace.swf5.84 MiB
 LOOP19apr2009neigh.swf1.07 MiB
 SIMF16apr2009concentration.swf464.5 KiB

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