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== 1.5 players ==
== 1.5 players ==
[2.5D] is a format used in video games. whether 1.5 players is a reference to this is disputable. (and it will be disputed) {{User:Csours/sig}} 01:19, 31 January 2007 (UTC)
[2.5D] is a format used in video games. whether 1.5 players is a reference to this is disputable. (and it will be disputed) {{User:Csours/sig}} 01:19, 31 January 2007 (UTC)
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== Blue Hair and Big Knife!! ==
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Did no-one pick these up? The machete leads to Wikipedia, but I definitely think it's referencing those two. -[[wiki:User:HannuMakinen|TheHande]]

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Stub?

I understand that we need this article for the purposes of the template down there, but why is it a stub? What more can we write about it that's not already there? -Brightstar Shiner 18:13, 30 January 2007 (UTC)

Well noted. Several months ago E.L. Cool and I made it a point to de-stub all articles that can not be expanded on. As an unofficial decree, all Videlectrix games that don't exist are not stubs. — Lapper (talk) 18:15, 30 January 2007 (UTC)
My bad. – The Chort 18:21, 30 January 2007 (UTC)

1.5 players

[2.5D] is a format used in video games. whether 1.5 players is a reference to this is disputable. (and it will be disputed) csours 01:19, 31 January 2007 (UTC)

Blue Hair and Big Knife!!

Did no-one pick these up? The machete leads to Wikipedia, but I definitely think it's referencing those two. -TheHande

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