When I would make games way back in the day I would always have complaints about my games having huge file sizes for what they got. I was planning on making another game just to see if I got better but this is the one big thing I always had a problem with.
That program will let you, yes. You can find sounds all over the place. Many people still have the sound effect folders from the many generations of clickteam software, some people do make their own, some simply google "blablabla sound effects", some go to sound effect websites like soundsnap.com...
Easiest thing to do anymore is google since soundsnap isn't free anymore.
Ogg is relatively lossy for its size. The only reason that it's still around and being used is because it is license free. And considering we're all posting games on TDC I really doubt that you're also selling your games. And Nuklear is using MMF 1.5 not MMF 2.
I had an old folder from MMF1 with a lot of sound effects and music but that didn't last too long. Hopefully if I get MMF2 it will have a boatload of good sounds but until then its gonna be me on my mic.
Further down people say it's 3mb.
You know, it looks like their complaints were down to a mixture of freewebs being as slow as hell and just jumping at the chance to have a go at Nuklear because it was the cool thing to do.
You can bundle a decent quality mp3 in a game that's just a blank frame and have something that's 6mb. It's not a problem really, most people have decent internet connections now anyway.
Good games are worth download times anyway. Apparently I'm alone in thinking this, but I'm rather proud when a game of mine gets up in the megs even with care taken to keep things small in size. It makes it feel substantial.
Well, if you put effort into making it small then that's okay. But, if you make some crappy game like Punchit 2 then you will feel crappy knowing it's a junk game and it's big for no reason. Lol, you have to know where I'm coming from there.