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もしもし, エッチ大好きです!  Your head will EXPLODE!!!111 Currently making them KER-AZY sex kitten games. 失礼!

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Posted by Yomuchan - June 10th, 2014

I was taking a trip down memory lane, when I found this link. Turns out its a cafepress shop with Forkheads merchandise available. It was made by the previous admin of the site for the launch of the current home base, and after some unfortunate events, was forgotten during a violent purge.


I guess borrowing this won't harm anyone - I'll just stick it over there, who knows? Someone might actually buy the ANGRY RED FACE ON A THONG for shits and giggles... me? I'm gonna get that mug and that TECHNO! poster.


Posted by Yomuchan - May 10th, 2014

Originally made on a whim, this flash has been given a large pool of words and phrases - finally ending with over 10 thousand possible combinations - all of them horribly hilarious, nonsensical, rude and crazy!.


Version 1.0a comes with 140 possible words per section, over ten thousand combinations for your amusement. Feel free to share what you got!

Hit the "Get" button to get a piece of information. Once your fate is clear, you can reset and start over.

And remember; much like the reset button, your fate can be changed. Have fun!

This swf file is 917 Kb.

Posted by Yomuchan - April 29th, 2014

It's been a long run, isn't it? And what a find. These last few years have been exceptionally good - finding even the Beginning, and the discovery of the true first dev team. I'm proud to have made it this far. Who coulda thought I'd even make it up to this point back in 2009?!

I can't have made it this far alone. I want to take this moment to thank everyone who's helped me come this far. The fellow dev team members, the fans, and everyone who put together the flash tutorials here on NG. I'd still be dabbling in crappy page-flippers and flash loops without ya.

No, I'm not retiring - I'm gearing up to make the next step in Forkheads' dev team; to release better, crazier and wackier games and animations! Look forward to it, everyone!

Posted by Yomuchan - March 30th, 2014

Conveniently borrowed from ye olde Newgrounds, I might add....


I assure you, this is entirely temporary - once I get another job, ads go bye bye.


Posted by Yomuchan - March 17th, 2014

I ended up staying in the hospital for a day or so. It's the new "Chronic Collegis Rejectus" plague that's been going around. Bad stuff, man. BAAAAAAD STUFF. Oh no. I'm all right, for now. Just need lots of bedrest and relaxation. Next year, I'll try and make it again.

Posted by Yomuchan - February 22nd, 2014

Because, hey, the equivalent of a radio transmitter~reciever on the internet's pretty okay. I can pretend to be some sort of insane survivalist radio show or something.


There's the link; please don't blow up the world with it. (Splitting the world in half doesn't count, as it makes two worlds.)


Posted by Yomuchan - February 8th, 2014

You heard me right, pal!

Here, have the results of our first official  'Direct a Sex Kitten Game' contest!

Not one, but TWO sex kitten games directed by the up-and-coming dev team on forkheads!

Winner, Sex Kitten HELL!!!11 Boasting a newly rehauled battle system (with useable guns!) and a new inventory system built from scratch. This project was directed by our very own OJJ, chainsaw master and bizarre time-warper extraordinaire!

Runner-up, Sex Kitten TV Dinner! Aiming to appeal to the simpler times of this series' begining, this short game packs the first live-fire test of a parallel inventory system! This project was directed by Stup, the craziest writer in the land!.

A special thank-you for the rest of the dev-team who helped with the development of these games! Keep those ideas, scribbles, doodles and crazy plans comin'! There's always room for more crazy over here!

Another round of applause to the 222 fans who made this possible! Where would I be without your vote5s and stuff? Thank you for making this happen!

...So does this mean the day I get 444 fans, I have to slip out of a 4th floor, die, get run over by a hearse, and then an ambulance and release 4 new sex kitten games? Ohshi- (You win 5000 points if you get this joke)

Posted by Yomuchan - January 16th, 2014

Since they know creating new laws (SOPA/CISPA/etc) wont help, they're twisting existing laws.

Clever, eh? Like an unstable virus that mutates every time a countermeasure is discovered.


On Tuesday, the federal appeals court in Washington, D.C., trashed (PDF) the Federal Communications Commission’s “Open Internet” rules.

Translation: The judges just stabbed Net Neutrality in the eye.

Less-wonky translation: Verizon, AT&T, Time Warner Cable or whoever provides your Internet connection can now block, slow or otherwise mess with websites, apps and other services.

And the FCC—the agency that’s supposed to protect Internet users and oversee communications networks—can’t do anything about it.

Well, they can do one thing—which I’ll explain in a second.

But first …

What did the court actually say?

Let’s be clear: The court didn’t rule against Net Neutrality — that fundamental principle which ensures you can go wherever, browse whenever, and download whatever you want when you go online.

The court just invalidated the way the FCC tried to make Net Neutrality rules in a 2010 order. The judges rejected the legal framework used by the FCC and said the agency currently lacks the authority to implement and to enforce these rules.

Indeed, the court specifically stated that its “task as a reviewing court is not to assess the wisdom of the Open Internet Order regulations, but rather to determine whether the Commission has demonstrated that the regulations fall within the scope of its statutory grant of authority.”

So how did we get into this mess?

The reason the FCC’s authority to regulate broadband didn’t pass muster in court is because, under the Bush administration, the FCC abdicated its authority. At the urging of phone and cable lobbyists, the agency changed the way it treated broadband under the law. That was a huge mistake.

“We can still have Net Neutrality in America—but the FCC must reclaim its legal authority immediately.”

And so when the FCC tried to stop Comcast from blocking lawful file-sharing back in 2008, Comcast sued them claiming the agency didn’t have the authority. And Comcast won.

And when the FCC tried to implement watered-down but not completely worthless Net Neutrality rules in 2010, Verizon sued claiming they still lacked the authority. And Verizon won yesterday.

The silver lining is that there’s nothing in the court’s decision that prevents the FCC from reversing its earlier misguided decisions and treating broadband under the law as the “telecommunications service” it so obviously is.

Well, there’s nothing stopping the FCC but a lack of political will and the lobbying might of the telecom industry (which spends more to influence Washington than anybody outside the drug companies).

But both Tuesday’s decision and a prior decision by the Supreme Court in the 2005 Brand X case clearly establish that the FCC must “reclassify broadband” if it wishes to have any lasting ability to prohibit ISPs from blocking websites or discriminating against apps.

We can still have Net Neutrality in America—but the FCC must reclaim its legal authority immediately.

What if the FCC doesn’t act?

If you think cable TV sucks, just wait. ISPs like Time Warner Cable, AT&T and Verizon want to take the worst aspects of the cable system and impose them on the Internet.

Expect Internet blackouts that extend far beyond the popular content vendors, as smaller websites are caught in the crossfire. Tweets, emails and texts will be mysteriously delayed or dropped. Videos will load slowly, if at all. Websites will work fine one minute and freeze the next.

Your ISP will claim it’s not their fault, and you’ll have no idea who is to blame. You also won’t be able to vote with your feet or your wallet, because there’s no competition in broadband, and all the big ISPs will be playing this game.

You see, ISPs hate the idea that they’re nothing more than providers of “dumb pipes.” Now that they are free from any legal restraints, the ISPs will try to get Internet companies to pay extra tolls—and threaten to block or delay them if they don’t. Exclusive deals could become the norm, with AT&T exclusively bringing you Netflix, while Time Warner Cable is the sole source for YouTube.

Is that all?

Net Neutrality lowers the barriers of entry for entrepreneurs, startups and small businesses by ensuring the Web is a fair and level playing field. It’s because of Net Neutrality that small businesses and innovators have been able to thrive on the Internet. They use the Internet to reach new customers and showcase their goods, applications and services.

Without Net Neutrality, the next Google being built in a garage somewhere will never get off the ground.

And it gets worse. The court’s decision and the FCC’s bungling have put more in jeopardy than just Net Neutrality.

For example, the ruling threatens FCC efforts to modernize the universal service program to ensure that rural and low-income users are able to access affordable broadband services. We could see the progress made toward closing the digital divide come to a full stop.

And if privacy is your main concern, this ruling frees ISPs to monitor everything you do and say online—and sell that information to the highest bidder. ISPs have something that companies like Google and Facebook don’t: direct control over your connections to the Internet and the devices you use to connect to it.

So if this decision stands, it won’t be long before your ISP requires you to connect via their list of approved devices and then uses those devices to literally watch you. Forget about encryption—your ISP could require the key as condition of using its network.

Is there any hope?

Yes. The one thing, that aforementioned silver lining, is that the FCC still has the power and ability to turn this all around.

New FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler recently stated that the FCC must be able to protect broadband users and preserve the Internet’s fundamental open architecture. Now he has no other choice but to reassert the FCC’s clear authority over our nation’s communications infrastructure.

Will he do it? Not without a lot of political pressure—enough political pressure to counteract the onslaught of industry lobbyists (and hired guns and sketchy front groups) about to descend on his office.

But we’ve seen throughout the fight over Net Neutrality, the massive mobilization to stop the SOPA/PIPA Web censorship bills, and the public outcry against unchecked NSA surveillance that when millions of Internet users speak out, Washington will pay attention... maybe.

So is this the end of the Internet? Only if we let it be.


The way I see it, here's what I think went down.

Verizon: We should have the right to throttle internet! Its OUR service!

Judge: No way, the law sa-

Verizon: Do it naow or else I'll leak proof that you whack off to badly-drawn cartoon girls!

Judge: .... okay. ;_;

Posted by Yomuchan - January 3rd, 2014

I remember the first flash I made. It was a crappy christmas card (ON ONE LAYER!!!) I made out of desperation after having a whole year without FH christmas cards. The community was stagnated - no one was willing to do anything. I was out to change that no matter what. That was 5 years ago - in 2009. How time flies when we're having fun, eh?

Things are different now. Between several successful projects, one trophy and a scrappy that's fast becoming popular on the darker side of the net, I think we did okay.

These past 5 years were crazy. I've learned a lot - and learned just how little I truly know. I've also made new friends, gotten hilarious death threats and even figured out how to do a decent battle system that's actually dynamic enough and not end up being a clickfest.

I don't intend to stop just yet. I have bigger and crazier projects to perfect!


Some people have been asking me questions regarding monetizing the sex kitten series. They say that it's a popular staple of NG that will earn me lots of money. I have considered this conundrum, and this is my answer.

I've always held to the belief that all our productions, animations and games should be available for free, without ads and any other 'money-based' addons/DLCs. To that end, I have also kept forkheads free from ads and popup/unders. I've also turned down a broker trying to buy this domain - after saying I'd sell this site for something like a 13,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 euros lump sum. What we do here is for fun; I expect no financial recompense - the smiles (and occasional incoherent rage) from the audience is enough payment for me.

This was found in an ancient NG topic.


To stick with tradition, none of the sex kitten (or sex kitten spinoffs) will have ads, nor will I earn any form of monetary profit from them. This is what Klacid wanted, and I believe that keeping the sex kitten games free and uninvolved with any form of monetization is the best way for the series.

Besides, we have two major projects planned this year. And both of them are sim-dates. We have no time to waste with meaningless money matters while there's laughs and shenanigans to do!. In fact, I have made a new year's resolution to release 24 new flashes this year in order to beat TENT's 2003 highscore. Yeap. Why bother with a trifle of money, when there's tons of laughs to be had?! Happy new year!

Posted by Yomuchan - December 4th, 2013

Well, it's been a while since I worked on a collab.

In fact, its been ten whole years since any of us on FH ever decided to work with others on a flash collab.

Well, I'm sure you're here for the new movie, so yeah. Here ya go.



PS: Is it just me or is the new post system gone FUBAR?2080200_138620350073_53d9c94a03df8851ffa1efc648c320e1.jpg