Birth name Philippe
AKA Nanaimo
Born October 19th, 1990
Sept-Iles, QC, Canada
Joined May 2007
Website(s) Noname219
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Noname219 is a FFR player and one of the administrators of the Flash Flash Revolution Wiki. He is currently managing the latest permissions thread.[1]

FFR CareerEdit

Started playing the game in early summer of 2007 after his brother found Flash Flash Revolution. The only rhythm games experience he had were Dance Dance Revolution and Guitar Hero (at the peak of its popularity). His first song played was Straight to Video and he managed to make a full combo. Because of Guitar Hero, he plays FFR downscroll, although he can play upscroll but at a slower speed mod. From 2007 to late 2008, he played casually, without getting involved in the forums.

In December 2011, he decided to make a comeback and play FFR again spending months to get back to his former skill level. To progress even more, he participated in many tournaments in which he went from mid-D2 to mid-D5. Since then, he has hit a plateau and after the 8th Official Tournament has decided to play less actively.

From 2007 to 2008, he played on the Legacy Engine with the arrows keys. In 2012, he changed his layout to ASKL and his speedmod to 1.25. In early 2012, he changed again his setup to QWOP and his speed mod progressively to 1.60. In 2013, he switched to the R^3 Engine.

Notable AchievementsEdit

  • In July 2007, after multiple tries, he got the Starman skill token. His first playthrough of the file was an AAA.
  • Managed to match the current world population number with his grandtotal score.[2]
  • On April 1st, 2012, he managed to score 500,000,000 points in 24 hours to unlock Vertex BETA vrofl.[3] On his second try of Vertex BETA vrofl, he got the 45th rank with a 944 combo.
  • On June 9th, 2012, he got his first FMO AAA with Kanon Medley Metal Wings.[4]
  • He is the first to have AAA'd Nous. At the time, it was his best AAA.[5] This was 20 minutes after the file was released during the 7th Official Tournament.
  • During the 8th Official Tournament he AAA'd Undiscovered Colors, his first 70+ AAA.

Some of his best scores include :


Date Tournament Division Result
February-March 2012 hi19hi19's Delicious Custom Theme Tournament D3B 1st place
191,500 credits
March-April 2012 Dragons Fury: Custom Tournament #7 D3A 2nd place
100,000 credits
April-May 2012 Dossar's Video Game Tournament D2B 2nd place
17,750 credits
May-June 2012 Zakvvv666's Graduation Tournament D4 4th place
0 credits
May-June 2012 RuGuru's Keyboard Smashing Tournament D4 1st place
270,159 credits
July-August 2012 7th Official FFR Tournament D4 4th place
160,000 credits
4 tokens
September-October 2012 Dragons Fury: Custom Tournament #8 D5A 3rd place
125,190 credits
December 2012-January 2013 TC_Halogen's Christmas Tournament D4 2nd place
507,500 credits
January 2013 New Years Nostalgia Tourney D5 2nd place
65,000 credits
January-March 2013 8th Official FFR Tournament D5 18th place
0 credits
October-December 2013 9th Official FFR Tournament D5 76th place
0 credits


Forum AwardsEdit

  • 2nd place for Best Thread in 2013
  • 1st place for Next Mod in 2014

Forum ActivityEdit


MarioNintendo's avatar for Christmas 2013, made by Noname219.[6]

Was at some point in 2012 in a rivalry against FrozenAngel91.

He was responsible for the 8th Official FFR Tournament prediction thread which drawed 79 participants with a pot size of 1,110,000 credits.[7]

In 2013, he has tried to contact many artists to get permissions to use their music in FFR. He talked with Misteur Valaire, Gorguts, Vektor, Igorrr, Symphony X and Opeth with unsuccessful results. On the other hand, Be'lakor and OVERWERK gave blanket permission.

On January 1st, 2013, he started to research missing/outdated information concerning the FFR Song List. The project has partly evolved into the revival of the FFR wiki.[8] He also manage the FFR Wiki thread on the forums and currently about a good portion of the FFR wiki.

He has started in December 2013 a long-time project to review one album every day for a year.[9] The thread ranked 2nd for the Best Thread category in the FFR Forum Awards 2013.

He also participated in the FFR Token Image Contest. Five of his entries were nominated to the finals, but none win. Pictured left is one of his many losing designs. In October 2014, he took part of the FFR Halloween Banner Contest.

Web presenceEdit

Used to play Line Rider actively and was considered one of the most skilled player of the francophone community. In 2007, he was promoted as moderator of, then, subsequently administrator. His most watched video has over 150,000 views.[10]

Known on RateYourMusic for his lists.[11]

Personal lifeEdit

He is the older brother of Crazyjayde.


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