Yeah, no, that's fine. I haven't been in a good headspace lately, and whan that happens, I have a hard time responding to messages. I'd probably have gone for Organisation rather than Community, but whatever.
Recently, Splapp-me-do announced on twitter that all of the Impossible Quiz games we're remade in HTML5 for a game website and I just remembered that I had a project to render some of the games assets for this wiki. Since the original game was made in Flash, all (except for some pictures in some questions) the game assets are in vector and can be rendered at any size with excellent quality. That means the Wikis logos, questions, characters and other asset can be uploaded in PNG with perfect crop and transparency from the original game. Please send me a message if you're interested.
Hello, I'm Flanqer, and I'm the Fandom Wiki Manager for the The Impossible Quiz Wiki. I introduced myself in the forum, but wanted to drop you a personal message since you're the founder/bureaucrat. I'm here to help your community, and to be a liaison to full-time Fandom Staff. If you ever have any questions related to the wiki, whether it's about editing, styling, infoboxes, policy, etc, please contact me on my message wall.
BTW, I would prefer if you didn't use the allusion template. I'm working on a replacement to the notices, which is why I've been removing them from most question pages while updating the infoboxes (although I haven't gotten around to all of TIQ1 yet).
I had something similar planned out already, but I appreciate the enthusiasm (and I might borrow the santa hat Chris idea). My versions retain more of the book theme which has been used on the wiki since the beginning.
While part of the reason for the wiki's book theme was because the book was the latest game at the time, it was more because of what the book is; something that holds all the answers to The Impossible Quiz, just like the wiki does.