Dangeresque Roomisode 2

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"Looks like I'm gonna have to jump... inthistrashcan!"

Dangeresque Roomisode 2 is the canceled sequel to Dangeresque Roomisode 1: Behind the Dangerdesque. Like the first game, it would have been a Videlectrix adventure game in the style of early graphic adventure games like those produced by LucasArts and Sierra Entertainment. The player would have taken control of both Dangeresque and Renaldo. Renaldo would have been in the DangeCar-esque. Settings would have included a city street at night (possibly Brainblow City) and an underground sewer containing a bearded Strong Sad. The sewer could likely be accessed through the manhole cover on the street.

A second roomisode was first hinted at in the April 24, 2009 Videlectrix website post. On October 5, 2017, Strong Bad posted an animation from the game on his Twitter account, not mentioning that it was from a sequel. On September 23, 2018, Strong Bad posted a Twitter thread revealing more information about the game, including responses and graphics. Any other details on the game are unknown.

Cast: Dangeresque, Renaldo, Strong Sad


Known Responses

Trash Can


DANGERESQUE: That thing's filled to burstin'! Prolly chock full of Grade A hobo finds. And at least C minus regular people finds!


{Chosen in order}
DANGERESQUE: Looks like I'm gonna have to jump... inthistrashcan!
{jumps in, back out}
DANGERESQUE: Whoa! Somebody threw out this old tape of SLOW JAMZ just because it's broken and doesn't work anymore. What a waste!

DANGERESQUE: I just like the warm fuzzy feeling I get when I leap in the trash.
{jumps in, back out}
DANGERESQUE: I think the warm fuzzy feeling just tried to bite me.

Talk To

DANGERESQUE: Hands up, Oscar! We know what REALLY happened to Mr. Hooper!

In the Gremlin

RENALDO: It caromed off the side, yo! I swear!

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