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"Double Deuce!"

The 20X6 main page.

Cast (in order of appearance): 1-Up, Cheatball (spaceship), Stinkoman, Marzi-Mei, Pan Pan

Place: Planet K

Date: Thursday, January 9, 2003

Icon: 1-Up's head

Page Title: 20X6!!

Earlier Page Title: 20X6!!!

Contents

Button Effects

  • ToonsA space ship takes off from the left side of the screen.
  • Games — Stinkoman runs past, does a spin jump, and says "20X6".
  • Characters — Marzi-Mei appears, jumps a few times, says "Yatta!" (やった) and disappears.
  • Downloads — Pan Pan appears, eats a bowl of rice, and disappears with a pop.
  • Store — 1-Up gets blue hair, just like Stinkoman's.
  • E-mail — The screen looks sketched, Stinkoman appears in the foreground, and does his special attack, saying "Double Deuce!"

Fun Facts

Explanations

  • "Yatta!" is a Japanese exclamation equivalent to "I did it!" or "Hooray!" in English.

Remarks

  • Pan Pan's eating sound is also his talking sound.
  • The spaceship is layered in front of Stinkoman if both animations are activated simultaneously, despite the fact that it should be further in the background (similar to the plane in Main Page 13).
  • Stinkoman's mouth doesn't move when he says "20X6", nor does Marzi-Mei's mouth move when she says "Yatta!".

Real-World References

Sailor Marzipan
  • Marzi-Mei's design resembles the title character of Sailor Moon.
  • The jumping, posing, and exclamation Marzi-Mei performs is very similar to Chun Li's victory pose originating from Street Fighter II.
  • Stinkoman's leap looks and sounds just like Samus Aran's spin jump from the Metroid game series.
  • The "toons" spaceship bears a strong resemblance to a ship from the NES racing game Galaxy 5000.
  • Stinkoman's Double Deuce powerup resembles the Kamehameha energy attack from Dragon Ball.

Fast Forward

  • The "toons" spaceship also appears in the Stinkoman 20X6 game.
  • This main page was the debut of Marzi-Mei — she would not reappear (or even be named) for the next seventeen years, until the release of Stinkoman 20X6 Level 10 wherein she was also dramatically redesigned.

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