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[[Image:stinkogame.png|thumb|Always looking for a challenge and fighting and fighting that challenge.]]
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''"Blue hair, anyone? Stinkoman's always got fightings and challenges to keep him busy. Jump and shoot your way to all ends of Planet K. End Boss feature!!"'' —[[Videlectrix]]
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<blockquote>''"Blue hair, anyone? Stinkoman's always got fightings and challenges to keep him busy. Jump and shoot your way to all ends of Planet K. End Boss feature!!"'' &mdash; [[Videlectrix]]</blockquote>
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'''Stinkoman [[20X6]]''' is a side-scrolling platformer game which stars {{Film|Stinkoman}}. This game is based on the [[Wikipedia:Mega Man Classic|classic Capcom ''Mega Man'' series]]. It also parodies the [[Deliberately Poor English|poor Japanese to English translations]] common to video games of that era, similar to those that appear on the [[Scrolling Shooter Games Menu|current Games Menu]]. The game is currently unfinished, but on January 6, 2018, [[@StrongBadActual]] announced that its final level is scheduled to release in 2018, with a further announcement coming on December 28, 2018 stating that the release will be in 2019, after a 14-year hiatus.
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'''Stinkoman [[20X6]]''' is a side-scrolling platformer game which stars {{Film|Stinkoman}}. This game is based on the [[Wikipedia:Mega Man Classic|classic Capcom ''Mega Man'' series]]. It also parodies the [[Deliberately Poor English|poor Japanese to English translations]] common to video games of that era, similar to those that appear on the [[Scrolling Shooter Games Menu|current Games Menu]]. The game remained unfinished for 15 years, until the release of the final level in December 2020.
[[The Brothers Chaps]] demonstrated the game at their [[NYU Talk - 1 Mar 2005|talk at NYU]] before it was released.
[[The Brothers Chaps]] demonstrated the game at their [[NYU Talk - 1 Mar 2005|talk at NYU]] before it was released.
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As of the [[post-Flash site update]] on December 31, 2020, the game has numerous [[Stinkoman 20X6 Glitches#Ruffle|glitches]] (including certain levels being unplayable) due to issues with [[Ruffle]]. The Brothers Chaps have promised that {{prs|1349884155576737793|14|Jan|2021|alt=the problem is being worked on}} and will be fixed someday in the future.
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'''Cast (in order of appearance):''' {{film|Videlectrix Mascot}}, {{film|Stinkoman}}, {{film|Pan Pan}}, {{film|1-Up}}, {{film|Cheatball}}, {{film|Marzi-Mei}}, {{film|Z Sabre}}, {{film|Nebulon}}, {{film|Trogador}}, {{film|Vector Strong Bad}}, {{film|Sticklyman}}
'''Date:''' Monday, March 21, 2005
'''Date:''' Monday, March 21, 2005
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'''Page Title:''' Check out my new gameplay!
[[Image:stinkobox.png|thumb|Stinkoman 20X6 box art. Deuce!]]
[[Image:stinkobox.png|thumb|Stinkoman 20X6 box art. Deuce!]]
==Updates and Announcements==  
==Updates and Announcements==  
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*'''Debut:''' Monday, March 21, 2005 &mdash; Game released with Levels 1, 2 & 3 and their Stinkomanual articles
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*'''Debut:''' Monday, March 21, 2005 {{--}} Game released as version 1.0 with Levels 1, 2, and 3, and their Stinkomanual articles
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*Tuesday, April 26, 2005 &mdash; Level 4 added with Stinkomanual article
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*Tuesday, April 26, 2005 {{--}} Version 2.0 released, Level 4 added with Stinkomanual article, [[Site Components#NavBar|NavBar]] added
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*Monday, May 9, 2005 &mdash; Level 5 added with Stinkomanual article
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*Monday, May 9, 2005 {{--}} Version 3.0 released, Level 5 added with Stinkomanual article
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*Monday, May 16, 2005 &mdash; Level 6 added
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*Monday, May 16, 2005 {{--}} Version 4.0 released, Level 6 added
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*Tuesday, May 24, 2005 &mdash; Level 6's Stinkomanual article added
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*Tuesday, May 24, 2005 {{--}} Level 6's Stinkomanual article added
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*Monday, July 4, 2005 &mdash; Level 7 added
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*Monday, July 4, 2005 {{--}} Version 5.0 released, Level 7 added
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*Wednesday, July 6, 2005 &mdash; Level 7's Stinkomanual article added
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*Wednesday, July 6, 2005 {{--}} Level 7's Stinkomanual article added
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*Monday, August 1, 2005 &mdash; Level -0 added with Stinkomanual article
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*Monday, August 1, 2005 {{--}} Version 6.0 released, Level -0 added with Stinkomanual article
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*Monday, September 5, 2005 &mdash; Level 9 added with Stinkomanual article, minor menu changes, shooting mechanism altered
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*Monday, September 5, 2005 {{--}} Version 7.1 released, Level 9 added with Stinkomanual article, minor menu changes, shooting mechanism altered
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*Saturday, January 6, 2018 &mdash; Level 10 teaser posted on Twitter
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*Saturday, January 6, 2018 {{--}} Level 10 teaser posted on Twitter, announcing release year of 2018
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*Friday, December 28, 2018 &mdash; Level 10 release announced for 2019 via Twitter
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*Friday, December 28, 2018 {{--}} Another Level 10 teaser posted on Twitter, announcing delay to 2019
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*Thursday, December 5, 2019 {{--}} Level 10 delay announced via Twitter; tentatively planned for 2020 release
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*Sunday, December 20, 2020 {{--}} Level 10 added with Stinkomanual article, New Mode difficulty added, [[Stinkoman 20X6 Intro Cinematic|intro cinematic]] added, [[Stinkoman 20X6 Trivia#Version 8.0 (Level 10)|other changes]]
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*Between January 14 and 19, 2021 {{--}} Version 8.0.1 released, addressing some issues caused by Ruffle
==Levels==
==Levels==
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Image:Stinkoman20X6 -0.1.png|<center>Level -0: '''[[Stinkoman 20X6 Walkthrough Level -0|Negatory!]]'''<br>''"A glitch takes our hero where no Stinko should stink-go"''
Image:Stinkoman20X6 -0.1.png|<center>Level -0: '''[[Stinkoman 20X6 Walkthrough Level -0|Negatory!]]'''<br>''"A glitch takes our hero where no Stinko should stink-go"''
Image:Stinkoman20X6 9.1.png|<center>Level 9: '''[[Stinkoman 20X6 Walkthrough Level 9|Turbolence]]'''<br>''"Get that stinking feeling flying in a goofylookin ship!"''
Image:Stinkoman20X6 9.1.png|<center>Level 9: '''[[Stinkoman 20X6 Walkthrough Level 9|Turbolence]]'''<br>''"Get that stinking feeling flying in a goofylookin ship!"''
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Image:Stinkoman20X6 10.1.png|<center>Level 10: '''[[Stinkoman 20X6 Walkthrough Level 10|Lastimost!]]'''<br>''"The final challenge awaits in an evil laircastle cavebase"''
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Stinkoman wins a challenge against a robot named [[Stinkoman 20X6 Enemies and Items#tampo|Tampo]], which makes him want to go home. On his journey home, he fights Tampo's brain. Upon arrival at his house, he gets a bowl of chicken soup with a dumpling. [[1-Up]] informs Stinkoman that [[Pan Pan]] has been kidnapped, and Stinkoman chokes on a chicken bone. He is determined to challenge the chicken whose bone he choked on. After beating the chicken, [[Stinkoman 20X6 Enemies and Items#brody|Brody]], he goes outside and encounters a short wall. He jumps into space to get over the wall, which turns out to be another robot, [[Stinkoman 20X6 Enemies and Items#stlunko|Stlunko]]. After beating the robot, Stinkoman takes its stone fist and uses it as his powerup. 1-Up goes out to rescue Pan Pan, and takes Stinkoman's [[Power Crunch]] (a cassette tape) through the Lava Zone. To save his favorite Power Crunch, Stinkoman must protect 1-Up from above. His powerup fist breaks while he fights a lava snake named [[Stinkoman 20X6 Enemies and Items#saargtsson|Saargtsson]], to Stinkoman's dismay.
Stinkoman wins a challenge against a robot named [[Stinkoman 20X6 Enemies and Items#tampo|Tampo]], which makes him want to go home. On his journey home, he fights Tampo's brain. Upon arrival at his house, he gets a bowl of chicken soup with a dumpling. [[1-Up]] informs Stinkoman that [[Pan Pan]] has been kidnapped, and Stinkoman chokes on a chicken bone. He is determined to challenge the chicken whose bone he choked on. After beating the chicken, [[Stinkoman 20X6 Enemies and Items#brody|Brody]], he goes outside and encounters a short wall. He jumps into space to get over the wall, which turns out to be another robot, [[Stinkoman 20X6 Enemies and Items#stlunko|Stlunko]]. After beating the robot, Stinkoman takes its stone fist and uses it as his powerup. 1-Up goes out to rescue Pan Pan, and takes Stinkoman's [[Power Crunch]] (a cassette tape) through the Lava Zone. To save his favorite Power Crunch, Stinkoman must protect 1-Up from above. His powerup fist breaks while he fights a lava snake named [[Stinkoman 20X6 Enemies and Items#saargtsson|Saargtsson]], to Stinkoman's dismay.
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1-Up still wants to save Pan Pan, and Stinkoman isn't willing to help, so 1-Up goes to [[the moon]] on his own, where he gets kidnapped by a [[shadowy figure]]&mdash; the same one that kidnapped Pan Pan. Meanwhile, Stinkoman takes a vacation to the Pink Cloud Zone for recreational challenges. The shadowy figure presses a red button to teleport Stinkoman to an icy place, then inside a wall. He blasts a section out of the wall and escapes to the Negative Zone, a glitchy level. There, he finds out that 1-Up and Pan Pan are at [[Stinkoman 20X6 Level 10|level 10]], where the red button is. This leads Stinkoman to believe that they red buttoned him, so he goes to level 10 to get revenge. An evil jungle separates him from level 10 (an evil fortress), so he uses his ship, the [[Stinkoman 20X6 Playable Characters|Stinkowing]], to fly through. The shadowy figure tries to stop him by sending a fleet of robotic sea creatures. Eventually, Stinkoman finally makes it to the evil fortress.
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1-Up still wants to save Pan Pan, and Stinkoman isn't willing to help, so 1-Up goes to [[the moon]] on his own, where he gets kidnapped by a shadowy figure &mdash; the same one that kidnapped Pan Pan. Meanwhile, Stinkoman takes a vacation to the Pink Cloud Zone for recreational challenges. The shadowy figure presses a red button to teleport Stinkoman to an icy place, then inside a wall. He blasts a section out of the wall and escapes to the Negative Zone, a glitchy level. There, he finds out that 1-Up and Pan Pan are at [[Stinkoman 20X6 Level 10|level 10]], where the red button is. This leads Stinkoman to believe that they red buttoned him, so he goes to level 10 to get revenge. An evil jungle separates him from level 10 (an evil fortress), so he uses his ship, the [[Stinkoman 20X6 Playable Characters|Stinkowing]], to fly through. The shadowy figure tries to stop him by sending a fleet of robotic sea creatures. Eventually, Stinkoman finally makes it to the evil fortress.
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Reaching the fortress's inner sanctum, Stinkoman finds 1-Up and Pan Pan and comes face to face with the shadowy kidnapper, revealed to be [[Z Sabre]]. Z Sabre attempts to destroy Stinkoman so that he can become "the guy", but 1-Up tosses Stinkoman his Power Crunch, powering him up and allowing him to defeat Z-Sabre. Refusing to admit defeat, Z Sabre unleashes his "pet", [[Mecha-Trogador]], but Stinkoman destroys the robot and escapes with the others as the fortress collapses. With Mecha-Trogador destroyed, the crystals powering him are freed, and 1-Up and Stinkoman propose keeping them out of the wrong hands as a potential sequel or animated series, with [[Marzi-Mei]] and [[Cheatball]] wanting to join. Unbeknownst to them, Z Sabre has survived the fortress's destruction, and now has a mouth.
==Easter Eggs==
==Easter Eggs==
*Hover your mouse below "Controls" on the main menu to access the [[Stinkomanual]].
*Hover your mouse below "Controls" on the main menu to access the [[Stinkomanual]].
**On slower connections, the words "loading manuél" appear while the Stinkomanual loads.
**On slower connections, the words "loading manuél" appear while the Stinkomanual loads.
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**As of the Level 10 update, the Stinkomanual is now a regular menu option.
*Wait long enough at the title screen to see an [[Stinkoman 20X6 Walkthrough#Transcript|intro cinematic]].
*Wait long enough at the title screen to see an [[Stinkoman 20X6 Walkthrough#Transcript|intro cinematic]].
*Stay still long enough and Stinkoman will yawn.
*Stay still long enough and Stinkoman will yawn.
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**On the Level 7 stages, Stinkoman will shiver and eventually freeze (this costs you one unit of energy.)
**On the Level 7 stages, Stinkoman will shiver and eventually freeze (this costs you one unit of energy.)
*You can find various invisible platforms if you jump around on different parts of the levels.
*You can find various invisible platforms if you jump around on different parts of the levels.
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*Upon completing the end credits, a link for the HD uncompressed version of the intro appears.
== Fun Facts ==
== Fun Facts ==
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=== Fast Forward ===
=== Fast Forward ===
{{see|Stinkoman 20X6 Fast Forward}}
{{see|Stinkoman 20X6 Fast Forward}}
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== External Links ==
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{{nextlinks|action=play|stinkogame|old=stinkogame/v7/stinkogame}}
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*[[oldhr:stinkogame/v7/objectLibrary.swf|view the Stinkoman 20X6 object library]]
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*listen to the game music ([[videlectrix:songs/stinkoman_level1.mp3|Level 1]], [[videlectrix:songs/stinkoman_level2.mp3|Level 2]], [[videlectrix:songs/stinkoman_cutscene.mp3|cutscene]])
{{Stinkoman 20X6}}
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== External Links ==
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*[[HR:stinkogame/v7/stinkogame.html|play Stinkoman 20X6]]
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*[[HR:stinkogame/v7/stinkogame.swf|play the Game (Flash file)]]
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*listen to the [[Videlectrix:songs/stinkoman level1.mp3|Game Music (Level 1)]] [[Videlectrix:songs/stinkoman level2.mp3|Game Music (Level 2)]] [[Videlectrix:songs/stinkoman cutscene.mp3|Game Music (Cutscene)]]
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This article is about the game. For the character, see Stinkoman. For the time period, see 20X6.
Always looking for a challenge and fighting and fighting that challenge.
"Blue hair, anyone? Stinkoman's always got fightings and challenges to keep him busy. Jump and shoot your way to all ends of Planet K. End Boss feature!!"Videlectrix

Stinkoman 20X6 is a side-scrolling platformer game which stars Stinkoman. This game is based on the classic Capcom Mega Man series. It also parodies the poor Japanese to English translations common to video games of that era, similar to those that appear on the current Games Menu. The game remained unfinished for 15 years, until the release of the final level in December 2020.

The Brothers Chaps demonstrated the game at their talk at NYU before it was released.

As of the post-Flash site update on December 31, 2020, the game has numerous glitches (including certain levels being unplayable) due to issues with Ruffle. The Brothers Chaps have promised that the problem is being worked on and will be fixed someday in the future.

Cast (in order of appearance): Videlectrix Mascot, Stinkoman, Pan Pan, 1-Up, Cheatball, Marzi-Mei, Z Sabre, Nebulon, Trogador, Vector Strong Bad, Sticklyman

Date: Monday, March 21, 2005

Page Title: Check out my new gameplay!

Stinkoman 20X6 box art. Deuce!

Contents

[edit] Updates and Announcements

  • Debut: Monday, March 21, 2005 — Game released as version 1.0 with Levels 1, 2, and 3, and their Stinkomanual articles
  • Tuesday, April 26, 2005 — Version 2.0 released, Level 4 added with Stinkomanual article, NavBar added
  • Monday, May 9, 2005 — Version 3.0 released, Level 5 added with Stinkomanual article
  • Monday, May 16, 2005 — Version 4.0 released, Level 6 added
  • Tuesday, May 24, 2005 — Level 6's Stinkomanual article added
  • Monday, July 4, 2005 — Version 5.0 released, Level 7 added
  • Wednesday, July 6, 2005 — Level 7's Stinkomanual article added
  • Monday, August 1, 2005 — Version 6.0 released, Level -0 added with Stinkomanual article
  • Monday, September 5, 2005 — Version 7.1 released, Level 9 added with Stinkomanual article, minor menu changes, shooting mechanism altered
  • Saturday, January 6, 2018 — Level 10 teaser posted on Twitter, announcing release year of 2018
  • Friday, December 28, 2018 — Another Level 10 teaser posted on Twitter, announcing delay to 2019
  • Thursday, December 5, 2019 — Level 10 delay announced via Twitter; tentatively planned for 2020 release
  • Sunday, December 20, 2020 — Level 10 added with Stinkomanual article, New Mode difficulty added, intro cinematic added, other changes
  • Between January 14 and 19, 2021 — Version 8.0.1 released, addressing some issues caused by Ruffle

[edit] Levels

[edit] Story

Stinkoman wins a challenge against a robot named Tampo, which makes him want to go home. On his journey home, he fights Tampo's brain. Upon arrival at his house, he gets a bowl of chicken soup with a dumpling. 1-Up informs Stinkoman that Pan Pan has been kidnapped, and Stinkoman chokes on a chicken bone. He is determined to challenge the chicken whose bone he choked on. After beating the chicken, Brody, he goes outside and encounters a short wall. He jumps into space to get over the wall, which turns out to be another robot, Stlunko. After beating the robot, Stinkoman takes its stone fist and uses it as his powerup. 1-Up goes out to rescue Pan Pan, and takes Stinkoman's Power Crunch (a cassette tape) through the Lava Zone. To save his favorite Power Crunch, Stinkoman must protect 1-Up from above. His powerup fist breaks while he fights a lava snake named Saargtsson, to Stinkoman's dismay.

1-Up still wants to save Pan Pan, and Stinkoman isn't willing to help, so 1-Up goes to the moon on his own, where he gets kidnapped by a shadowy figure — the same one that kidnapped Pan Pan. Meanwhile, Stinkoman takes a vacation to the Pink Cloud Zone for recreational challenges. The shadowy figure presses a red button to teleport Stinkoman to an icy place, then inside a wall. He blasts a section out of the wall and escapes to the Negative Zone, a glitchy level. There, he finds out that 1-Up and Pan Pan are at level 10, where the red button is. This leads Stinkoman to believe that they red buttoned him, so he goes to level 10 to get revenge. An evil jungle separates him from level 10 (an evil fortress), so he uses his ship, the Stinkowing, to fly through. The shadowy figure tries to stop him by sending a fleet of robotic sea creatures. Eventually, Stinkoman finally makes it to the evil fortress.

Reaching the fortress's inner sanctum, Stinkoman finds 1-Up and Pan Pan and comes face to face with the shadowy kidnapper, revealed to be Z Sabre. Z Sabre attempts to destroy Stinkoman so that he can become "the guy", but 1-Up tosses Stinkoman his Power Crunch, powering him up and allowing him to defeat Z-Sabre. Refusing to admit defeat, Z Sabre unleashes his "pet", Mecha-Trogador, but Stinkoman destroys the robot and escapes with the others as the fortress collapses. With Mecha-Trogador destroyed, the crystals powering him are freed, and 1-Up and Stinkoman propose keeping them out of the wrong hands as a potential sequel or animated series, with Marzi-Mei and Cheatball wanting to join. Unbeknownst to them, Z Sabre has survived the fortress's destruction, and now has a mouth.

[edit] Easter Eggs

  • Hover your mouse below "Controls" on the main menu to access the Stinkomanual.
    • On slower connections, the words "loading manuél" appear while the Stinkomanual loads.
    • As of the Level 10 update, the Stinkomanual is now a regular menu option.
  • Wait long enough at the title screen to see an intro cinematic.
  • Stay still long enough and Stinkoman will yawn.
    • On the Level 4 stages, after yawning Stinkoman will rest against his giant fist.
    • On the Level 5 stages, 1-Up will fall asleep and blow a snot bubble.
    • On the Level 7 stages, Stinkoman will shiver and eventually freeze (this costs you one unit of energy.)
  • You can find various invisible platforms if you jump around on different parts of the levels.
  • Upon completing the end credits, a link for the HD uncompressed version of the intro appears.

[edit] Fun Facts

[edit] Trivia

See Stinkoman 20X6 Trivia

[edit] Remarks

See Stinkoman 20X6 Remarks

[edit] Goofs

See Stinkoman 20X6 Goofs

[edit] Glitches

See Stinkoman 20X6 Glitches

[edit] Inside References

See Stinkoman 20X6 Inside References

[edit] Real-World References

See Stinkoman 20X6 Real-World References

[edit] Fast Forward

See Stinkoman 20X6 Fast Forward

[edit] External Links


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