Thank you to Andrew Johnston from SuperJump Magazine for his article & video about Punk-o-Matic; "Shove Yourself: A People's History of Punk-o-matic", which not only talked about the games themselves and the adjacent aspects of it but also our community. It was very kind & thoughtfully put together. Since POM Records was talked about and linked, I re-opened the site as I left off to still have that kind of magic, charm, nostalgia and discovery available in regards to everything we've all done as a community.
I closed the site for a little while because I wanted to focus on my personal life because of various things going on and I also didn't really feel good about how somethings were being handled in some ways once I brought that up. But it doesn't really matter now.
I'm still on hiatus overall, so I apologize if I haven't responded much but regardless, soon POM Records is getting a simplified redesign for the main page, mostly to help put more focus on the bands and make it more straight forward. I'm almost finished with it. Then after I take care of some other personal things, I will re-open submissions to anyone who would still like to release/publish or join the label.
Thanks to 12+ years of interest in this project (and ones connected to it) and 20 years of PUNK-O-MATIC! POM1 was released January 26, 2004!
A Punk-o-Matic Community Project based off a Flash game by Evil Dog Games
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