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"Coming soon to a WiiWare near Mii-ware."

Strong Bad shows Free Country U.S.A in all 3 Ds

Cast (in order of appearance): Strong Bad, Strong Sad, Strong Mad, Coach Z, The Cheat, Homestar Runner, Trogdor, Bubs, Pom Pom

Places: House of the Brothers Strong, The Classroom, Bubs' Concession Stand

Computer: Lappy 486

Date: Thursday, April 10, 2008

Running Time: 2:00

Page Title: Lappy 486 has SOLD OUT!

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Transcript

{the words appear on the screen as a man reads it}

ANNOUNCER: the following is an extremely well paid for comercial advertisement {pronounced ad-ver-tis-ment} and NOT a really funny carton.

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Fun Facts

Trivia

  • This cartoon appears to be in 24 frames per second for the 3D cutscenes, instead of the usual 12. This makes the animation smoother, yet more awkward and faster than usual. The last frame rate "substitute" was in Teen Girl Squad Issue 10, when it was bumped up to 20 fps for a 3D effect.

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Inside References

Real-World References

  • The Super FX Chip was used in games like Yoshi's island and Star Fox to provide sprite scaling and rotation.
  • "N64" is an abbreviation of "Nintendo 64," Nintendo's first console capable of display 3D graphics using more advanced methods. The "red thing" Strong Bad mentions is the Expansion Pak, a memory enhancement add-on.
  • Mode 7 originated on the Super NES video game console, on which it describes a simple texture mapping graphics mode that allows a background layer to be rotated and scaled, as if in 3D.
  • The Videlectrix poster in the stairwell is a parody of an NES poster included with many games.

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