@StrongBadActual Tweets 2020 Feb

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Tweets for 2020


This is a list of all the @StrongBadActual Tweets from February 2020.


Note: some links to other tweets may only work on the full year page.

[edit] February

Text / Transcript Date / Link
You simultaneously control Hank and Frank and have to deliver sausages to deli's throughout the city! You can deliver high or low and need to keep restocking sausages from the van after each delivery!
This Tweet is a reply to @batbrain1998, who asked what the rules of "Butcher Bros." were.
28 Feb 2020

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If anybody ever finds one of these old Videlectrix handhelds in a thrift store you GOTTA let me know! I still have my Pigs on Head but I lost my Butcher Bros.! Hank & Frank were the original brothers of videogaming if you ask me! And they ate sausage instead of mushrooms!

Fun Facts

28 Feb 2020

Hidden in the April Fool's cartoon from a couple years ago. 209 is next.
This Tweet is a reply to @AustinRW98, who asked where sbemail 208 was.

Fun Facts

28 Feb 2020

Agreed. You go ahead and start working on the switch port. (btw "switch port" sounds like how Coach Z prolly says "sauce pot.")
This Tweet is a reply to @ColinMcInerror, who suggested a Nintendo Switch port of Stinkoman 20X6.
28 Feb 2020

Soon you will be able to find that song and much much more on all the music streamins (if I can figure out how to get past their "60 second minimum length" rules. How else will peoples be able to stream Strong Bad's Rhythm N' Grammar?!)
This Tweet is a reply to @manthevan_, who asked where one could find sbemail background music.

Fun Facts

  • "Strong Bad's Rhythm N' Grammar" is an album of short songs consisting of Strong Bad berating listeners' grammar, from an Easter egg in local news.
26 Feb 2020

Sure! Or no! Or maybe!
This Tweet is a reply to @DJOshawott, who asked if the modifications to Stinkoman 20X6 would be optional.
24 Feb 2020

Checkmiddle Pointlevs.
This Tweet is a reply to @LazyDictator, who requested mid-level checkpoints, "or levelled check midpoints".

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24 Feb 2020

We'll drink pepsi from those giant red translucent mottled plastic cups!! And pour red pepper flakes into Homestar's when he's not looking!
This Tweet is a reply to @RedneckGaijin, who requested access to "the Pizza Hut" at the bottom of the level 10 screenshot (referring to the level 2 decorations).
24 Feb 2020

Agreed! I hate that freaking level!! I wish it was more like one of them elevator levels from beat 'em up days of yore. Scrolly up, fight bad guys. Scrolly down. Fight more bad guys.
This Tweet is a reply to @CDRomatron, who suggested that level 3.2 be modified to make the item generation less random.
24 Feb 2020

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Okay, pretend for a second that flash ISN'T deader than 12 doornails. As Videlectrix makes level 10, should they make the rest of the game easier at all? More energy? Mid-level checkpoints? Pause button?!! This game is friggin hard!
24 Feb 2020

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Now it's one of them gif games! Whichever character it stops on is your dinner date/valentine/forevfursona! Watch out, peeps sensitive to flashins and flickerins!
This Tweet is a reply to the previous Tweet.
14 Feb 2020

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Oh Valentine's Dang! Wish I'd found these ancient relics earlier! Sold these things hand cut and stuffed into sammich bags back in 2001-2 mebbe?
14 Feb 2020

Caco's what you're s'posed to say. Cackle is my charming/clever/adorable intentional mispronunciation.
This Tweet is a reply to @misshanake, who said she thought the word was "caco demon".

Fun Facts

12 Feb 2020

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Presented for either your protection or torment, depending on which way you're feeling today, I give you... this ascii cackledemon.

Fun Facts

12 Feb 2020

I don't own this game. Telltale just can't make more HSR games without the express written consent of major league Strong Bad. But the old game and its code stays with whoever owns Telltale's catamalog.
This Tweet is a reply to @IAmArique, who commented on the removal of Strong Bad's Cool Game for Attractive People from Steam.
11 Feb 2020

The particular omen of Strong Sad's ghostly visage appearing in a cup of black coffee indicates that you or someone you love will soon have their pepper grinder malfunction while seasoning a salad, causing an unbridled cascade of whole peppercorns to rain down thereupon.
This Tweet quotes @webnick2, who reposted @the_chaparrin's photo of a sad face in his coffee.
11 Feb 2020

The only version that's for sale on the webstore currently are the two Kickstarter versions.
This Tweet is a reply to @alternateshade, who asked if the Kickstarter add-ons were included in the board game purchase.
11 Feb 2020

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Almost sold outta the Kickstarter versions of Trogdor!! The Board Game! After these are gone, the retail version of the game WON'T include the Kickstarter extras like the S is for Sucks Dragon meeple! Buy 'em up Dan: homestore-runner.myshopify.com/collections/tr...
10 Feb 2020

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Carve that guy onto a stave church at once!
This Tweet is a reply to @MADCOWofGENESIS, who posted a Norse- and Celtic-inspired drawing of Trogdor.
1 Feb 2020

psst! friendlyware!
This Tweet is a reply to @file_id_dot_diz, who replied to the Disk 4 of 12 Tweet saying he recognized the game with the ship on the package but couldn't remember its name.
1 Feb 2020

Trust me, you did not want to see the dark places that series quickly descended to. There are still three active civil suits from their 'Night Driver' episode alone!
This Tweet is a reply to @lanooski, replying to the previous Tweet noting it was derivative of the Weekly Waggle but still cool.
1 Feb 2020

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Would peoples be into it if I made this into, like, a thing?

Video Transcript

{A live-action case filled with 5 inch floppies sits on a desk next to an old computer. The disk in the front has a handwritten label reading "Disk 4 of 12". Strong Bad's gloves reach into the shot, open the case and begin rifling through the contents.}

STRONG BAD: {singing} When I check my email,

{Strong Bad holds up a disk labeled "Old Game".}

STRONG BAD: —there are some old games.

{Strong Bad inserts the disk into a disk drive and then types on a keyboard with boxing gloves on.}

STRONG BAD: Now I'm gonna play them for you.

{The monitor comes to life, showing a screen reading "Strong Bad's Disk 4 of 12". A disk reading noise plays.}

{Gameplay footage of various vintage games begin to play. The first shows a man in a giant cotton candy machine. He gets struck by a wooden beam and his head swells and explodes.}

STRONG BAD: {voiceover} Hello there, what's—NO! Wow! That is not what I wanted to happen!

{The game switches to a wrestling game where grayscale sumo wrestlers lie on the floor of the ring sleeping.}

STRONG BAD: {voiceover} Aw, it's baby Strong Sad taking a nap. {imitates snoring sounds}

{Game now switches to a toilet inside a shower. The showerhead is running.}

STRONG BAD: {voiceover} Turn this on. Spaghetti noodles that are uncooked shootin' out of there.

{Game now switches to a two-color game. A man in a swimsuit is standing at the top of a purple cliff and dives off.}

STRONG BAD: {voiceover, imitating Dangeresque} Looks like I'm gonna have to cliff-dive! Whoooooaaa...

{The game switches back to the first game, where the player confronts a giant bee.}

STRONG BAD: Do you want some cotton candy, bee? {The bee stings the player, causing the player's head to swell and then disappear entirely} Nope, you want to kill me still.

{The game is now a primitive dungeon crawler where the player is holding a sword. The player leaves a room into a hallway.}

STRONG BAD: {voiceover} This game is about collecting crosses, and turning vermin—

{The scene cuts to another room where the player strikes mice, turning them into white mushrooms.}

STRONG BAD: {voiceover} —into mushrooms.

{The game is now a primitive Battleship game with three levels and a grid made of letters.}

STRONG BAD: {voiceover} Look at that battleship! That thing's amazing!

{The game switches to an athletic obstacle course game. The player is leaping over a row of barrels and takes a dive, causing one of the barrels to fly out from the row and break.}

STRONG BAD: {voiceover, singing} Full-body hoodie... whoa-ho-ho! Those are some accurate physics!

{The game is now a black screen reading "What Is Your First Name Captain? (Enter Your Name And Then Strike The Enter Key)".

STRONG BAD: {voiceover} Enter your name and then STRIKE the enter key! Strike it down with extreme prejudice!

{The game now shows a screen where the player is looking into a series of bright lights as the silhouettes of doctors look down. A heart rate line blips.}

STRONG BAD: {voiceover, laughing} What? That is an orange slice that's shooting out some... oil... slicks.

{The screen now does a checkerboard wipe. The game now shows a live-action face on a monitor reading "Mayor Vincenzi" and "Hunter, We've had more reports come in of kids dying..."}

STRONG BAD: {voiceover} There's like a real-life old man staring right at me!

{The text momentarily changes to "...all were horribly disfigured like my... (gulp) ...my poor daughter." before the game switches back to the dungeon crawler from before. The player walking into a river and transforms into a yellow skeleton.}

STRONG BAD: {voiceover} Doo doo doo. Augh... wait, what?

{The screen goes black, with the text reading "Y u Drowned!"}

STRONG BAD: {voiceover} Why you drowned? I dunno!

{Cut back to the computer monitor, now inactive. The title screen for Strong Bad's Disk 4 of 12 returns with a beep and a disk reading sound.}

Fun Facts

1 Feb 2020
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