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Welcome to Dwedit's Flash, home of all the flash movies made by Dwedit.
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Animutations are bizarre flash movies set to music with lots of flashing lights, random pop culture icons, and Colin Mochrie. Most of the time, the music is taken from Japanese anime theme songs.
You can find other Animutations on FanimutationWiki.
Another Animutation, James Bond is on a crazy adventure to put a stop to the evil Nicholas! Can our hero thwart his evil plan to take over the world with hundreds of evil mutant clones of Alex Trebek?
Okay, I wish I could say that, but it's not that simple. This is a fast-paced japanese song with crazy action and fake lyrics, plus Gay Peter Pan! It's an Animutation, so you have some idea of what to expect. Music is the opening theme to Love Hina! 7 months in the making. Watch out for all the evil mutant clones of Alex Trebek!
Feburary 4, 2022
A low-effort short Animutation. I tried to make one to push the envelope for speed, insanity, and intensity, but I lost steam after a while, then replaced the rest with crazy filler. The filler insertion point is the anigif of the dancing fattie.
What's this formation? Imakuni?! Kobayashi?!! Raymond?!!! (me) Such a strange combination! Who are we, A Super-unit Sensation! SUZUKISAN!!! It's Showtime!
This Animutation is actually 2 flash movies in one. First there's the Preloader, which is an Animutation done to a techno beat, then when it's finished loading, you can play the real flash movie
An Animutation of Wesley Willis's song, "Rock and Roll Mcdonalds", starring Wesley Willis as the hamburgler. Co-starring the Cheetahmen, and Hello Kitty with a mouth! (the horror!)
I am the terror that flaps in the night! I am the winged scrouge that pecks at your nightmares... I am MEGAMAN!!! Based on an obscure pirate NES game!
Alex Chiu, Mario, and Hello Kitty star in this Mario-type maze game. The levels of this game are randomly generated. This game keeps you highest level beween browsing sessions.
Alex Chiu is on a quest to rid the world of genuine science!
All the battle graphics were taken from Alex Chiu's website, so they look crappy.
Bob The Atog... Bob The Atog... He eats artifacts. A parody of Eskimo Bob using magic cards. My brother and I did the voices. Bob the Atog wa Sugoi!
This swf file plays the NES tune "Slayers
Next - Give a Reason" by DJ Bouche. Uses a special trick to
get high quality NES music for the small file size.
July 4, 2003
An obscure parody of Vic Tokai's NES game, "The Krion Conquest" with a surprising twist at the end. You won't get it, unless you find Bingo interesting.