Punk-O-Matic Wiki is a database all about the widely known and popular flash game series, Punk-O-Matic, that anyone, anywhere can edit and contribute to!
Punk-o-Matic (POM) is a music creation software based in flash. It is available to download from its official website, punk-o-matic.net, or it can be played online on Kongregate, ArmorGames, Newgrounds, or other major flash game sites. The series started off in 2007. The creator, Evil-Dog, decided to make a flash game called Punk-O-Matic were newbies can create their own punk rock music. Though it was just a mere gadget of the upcoming upgrade. It was a minor hit, as compared to the (somehow) huge success of Punk-o-Matic 2. Punk-o-Matic 2 was released on (ALERT) and had more complex features than the first Punk-o-Matic. Both games were sponsored by Newgrounds.
Punk-o-Matic's success is largely due to its easy-to-learn, hard-to-master approach to making music. A simple box-like User Interface (UI) makes it delightful looking for newbies, yet the riff-based aspect, and tons of specials and manuals in POM2 make it more tough for an experienced user to make a good song.
A great feature in Punk-o-Matic 2 is the ability to create and customize your own band. A band will play your created song by playing the riffs you've chosen to put on the UI, or song strings you have copied and pasted in the 'Load Data'. You can also convert your song strings into MP3 by downloading the POM2 Converter v2.3 and copying and pasting the song strings into its paste area.
Visit the official Punk-o-Matic site by clicking on this hyperlink below:
http://www.punk-o-matic.net(This site is currently down. I don't know when it will be back up anytime soon.)