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New Batch Forum and Public Judgement System

Posted in Flash Flash Revolution on January 28th, 201613 Comments »

Hello everyone! It’s been a little while since there’s been any news on the front page. I apologize for that, I have been quite busy. However I do return with some news that I think will make a lot of people happy. We have decided to go ahead and try out transitioning to a public judgement system! If you’d like to learn more about this new system and start reviewing some files go check out the thread. A new forum named FFR Batch Forum has also been added to help keep this more organized. You will now find everything batch related in this forum, the FFR Songs and Artist Permissions subforum has been moved here as well.

While I’m here I’d like to mention that we have still been working on getting the official tournament up and running for you all. We’ve made a good deal of progress in file judgements for it and the slots are starting to fill up. For all the most up to date information be sure to pop in the thread from time to time.

That’s all from me for now, I can’t wait to see the community getting involved in the file reviews!

-psychoangel691

[Concluded] StepMania Showcase by Staiain @ AGDQ 2016

Posted in Flash Flash Revolution on January 7th, 201631 Comments »


Watch and cheer on Staiain perform his showcase of StepMania at Awesome Games Done Quick 2016!

FFR Forum Awards 2015 – Announcement

Posted in Flash Flash Revolution on January 3rd, 201615 Comments »

Hey guys, Happy New Year! 2016 is finally here, and I hope you guys all enjoyed yourselves in the celebrating of it. :)

Writing you all a short, but sweet front page post to let you guys know that the FFR Forum Awards are happening again this year, and they will officially start tomorrow. There will be a thread posted tomorrow, and I will link it once I have it up and running.

Here’s to a new year where we can expect more fun files, new goals to meet, and friendships to be formed. Have a great year, everyone. :)

EDIT: I am SO sorry, guys. I meant to have the thread up and running for you all much sooner, but internet issues kept me away for 11 hours. Thread is located here.

Cheers,
Sky Kitten

New Years Update: Change of Leadership

Posted in Flash Flash Revolution on January 1st, 201629 Comments »

Greetings FFR, and a happy new years!

To those who do not know who I am, hello there and a pleasure it is! I was the primary point of contact, system administrator, and lead developer for FFR over the last few years. I haven’t made it out into the open very much in recent history, so I don’t blame you for wondering who this dude is.

I will start my bit with a huge thank you to all of the staff who put up with the first few years of my presence, and for you all taking my rise to lead in stride. I tried my best for the majority of the time I headed the operation, but I think it’s time for some new fresh energetic leaders to take control.

A thank you to those of you who enjoyed the radio broadcasts with me, and who spent long hours in prochat discussing, among other things, your opinion on FFR and its future. I would name names, but I spoke to so many of you that I would forget at least half I’m sure. The things we spoke of were written down though, and still remain in the pool of ideas for the future, so don’t worry.

As of the summer I unofficially stepped down from my position. I hung around on behest of our benefactor, but about a month ago I decided to move on. That’s all.

It is with great pleasure that I officiate your new primary arrow in the sky. PrawnSkunk! I have been showing him the low level ropes of the server over the last few months, and I believe he is qualified enough to step into my shoes–as I stepped into apersons so long ago. Please join me in a warm congratulations to PrawnSkunk, and the best for the coming years. Best of luck to you, the entire community, in keeping the legend alive.

Cheers,
Zageron

P.S. A final goodbye for those who thought I had a good taste in music. :)

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Hello FFR, PrawnSkunk here!

It has been close to eight years since I joined Flash Flash Revolution, and I have been developing site features for almost a year now. Zageron has been my good friend, and the person who gave me the opportunity to volunteer as a programmer. Thank you Zageron for all the work you’ve put in over the years, and good luck with your future endeavors! Right now we have a team of talented staff working hard to push this game to continue to grow. I look forward to leading the next generation of keysmashers!

FFRmas Day 12

Posted in Flash Flash Revolution on December 25th, 20155 Comments »

Merry Christmas everyone! Our final release for the event today is brought to you by DarkZtar. Big thanks to DossarLX ODI for getting all the files prepped up for the event, and noname219 for making the graphics.

Danse de Romani
Musician: MUE
Step Artist: DarkZtar
Song Genre: Misc
Difficulty: 69
Song Length: 2:22

-psychoangel691

FFRmas Day 11

Posted in Flash Flash Revolution on December 24th, 20157 Comments »


Welcome to Christmas Eve! Today we have the easiest file release for FFRMas this year.

Back to the Gate
Musician: DJ Sharpnel
Step Artist: DarkZtar
Song Genre: Dance
Difficulty: 24
Song Length: 2:41

-DossarLX ODI

FFRmas Day 10

Posted in Flash Flash Revolution on December 23rd, 20153 Comments »

Following a technical chart with many syncopated rhythms from yesterday, today we’ve got an energetic eurobeat song with fast technical guitar solos. Remember that the thread for FFRmas can be found here.

Wheelpower & Go
Musician: Dejo & Bon
Step Artist: DarkZtar
Song Genre: Dance 2
Difficulty: 77
Song Length: 2:19

UPDATE: This song has been temporarily disabled. See the FFRmas thread for more details.

-DossarLX ODI

FFRmas Day 9

Posted in Flash Flash Revolution on December 22nd, 20159 Comments »


Syncopatriarch

Musician: Blitz Lunar
Step Artist: ilikexd
Song Genre: Arcade
Difficulty: 79
Song Length: 2:22

-psychoangel691

FFRmas Day 8

Posted in Flash Flash Revolution on December 21st, 20155 Comments »

I know some of you guys have been a little bummed that the files have been stuck in the upper range, today’s file will break that cycle. Enjoy this nice technical file by bmah.

Yay Yeah
Musician: tigerlily
Step Artist: bmah
Song Genre: Funk
Difficulty: 49
Song Length: 1:56

-psychoangel691