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  2. Newgrounds - Wikipedia

    Newgrounds is an entertainment website and company founded by Tom Fulp in 1995. It hosts user-generated content such as games, films, audio, and artwork. [1] Fulp produces in-house content at the headquarters and offices in Glenside, Pennsylvania. [2] [3]

  3. Friday Night Funkin' - Wikipedia'

    The game has been credited with driving users back to Newgrounds, a site whose popularity peaked in the early 2000s. The game mainly revolves around the player character, Boyfriend, who must defeat a variety of characters in singing and rapping contests in order to continue dating his love interest, Girlfriend.

  4. 3 Generations (film) - Wikipedia

    Teenager Ray (Fanning) realizes and pursues his true identity as male and his mother Maggie (Watts), lesbian grandmother Dolly (Sarandon) and absent father Craig (Donovan) must learn to accept him for who he is. Plot [ edit] This article needs an improved plot summary. You can provide one by editing this article.

  5. Smiling Friends - Wikipedia

    The series officially premiered on January 10, 2022, at 12:00 a.m. with the episodes "Mr. Frog" and "Shrimp's Odyssey". The rest of the series was then broadcast in an unannounced premiere marathon in its entirety starting from 12:30 a.m. followed by a repeat at 3:00 a.m.

  6. All the best places to click on when you want to get off - AOL

    Basically, it's a website where you can directly support performers creating adult material. 10. Literotica. If you love books and romance novels and also you're kind of horny, then Literotica is ...

  7. Ruffle (software) - Wikipedia

    Ruffle. Ruffle is an emulator for SWF files. Ruffle is freely licensed and developed openly on GitHub . Following the deprecation and disabling of Adobe Flash Player, some websites adopted Ruffle so users could continue to view and interact with legacy Flash content.

  8. Pico's School - Wikipedia's_School

    Pico's School is a 1999 Flash game developed by Tom Fulp for his website Newgrounds. At the time of its release, it was "one of the most sophisticated" browser games, exhibiting "a complexity of design and polish in presentation that [was] virtually unseen in amateur Flash game development".