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*"[[Whatsit]] Pile Tikes" are a parody of [[Wikipedia:Garbage Pail Kids|Garbage Pail Kids]], which is in turn, a parody of [[Wikipedia:Cabbage Patch Kids|Cabbage Patch Kids]].
*"[[Whatsit]] Pile Tikes" are a parody of [[Wikipedia:Garbage Pail Kids|Garbage Pail Kids]], which is in turn, a parody of [[Wikipedia:Cabbage Patch Kids|Cabbage Patch Kids]].
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*The title screen for "C.H.E.A.T." is a reference to the notoriously unpopular [[Atari 2600]] game ''[[Wikipedia:E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (Atari 2600)|E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial]]'', which is often cited as one of the main causes of the [[Wikipedia:Video game crash of 1983|video game crash of 1983]]. The game featured an uncharacteristically detailed [[Wikipedia:Image:ET2600-TheBestPart.png|title screen]] commonly described as being the "best part of the game".
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*The title screen for "C.H.E.A.T." is a reference to the notoriously unpopular [[Atari 2600]] game ''[[Wikipedia:E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (Atari 2600)|E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial]]'', which is often cited as one of the main causes of the [[Wikipedia:Video game crash of 1983|video game crash of 1983]]. The game featured an uncharacteristically detailed [[Wikipedia:Image:ET2600-TheBestPart.png|title screen]] commonly described as being the "best part of the game". [http://www.classicgaming.com/rotw/et.shtml]
*"The Beleaguered: Alliance" cards with Strong Sad closely resemble "[[Wikipedia:Magic: The Gathering|Magic: The Gathering]]" cards in both art and gameplay mechanics. The numbers in the lower right corner of Strong Sad's cards mimic the power and toughness ratings found on Magic's creature cards.
*"The Beleaguered: Alliance" cards with Strong Sad closely resemble "[[Wikipedia:Magic: The Gathering|Magic: The Gathering]]" cards in both art and gameplay mechanics. The numbers in the lower right corner of Strong Sad's cards mimic the power and toughness ratings found on Magic's creature cards.
*The Stinkoman Cards are a parody of Japanese trading card games such as ''[[Wikipedia:Pokémon Trading Card Game|Pokémon]]'' and ''[[Wikipedia:Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Game|Yu-Gi-Oh!]]''.
*The Stinkoman Cards are a parody of Japanese trading card games such as ''[[Wikipedia:Pokémon Trading Card Game|Pokémon]]'' and ''[[Wikipedia:Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Game|Yu-Gi-Oh!]]''.

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