Stinkoman 20X6 Level 10

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*[[8-Bit is Enough]] — [[Strong Bad]] claims there is a level 10.5, with [[Sticklyman]] as the secret boss.
*[[8-Bit is Enough]] — [[Strong Bad]] claims there is a level 10.5, with [[Sticklyman]] as the secret boss.
*Email [[sbemail206]] — The [[floppy disk container]] reads "level 10". Also notable is the fact that this email was similarly teased and anticipated, being the first [[Strong Bad Email]] in over five years.
*Email [[sbemail206]] — The [[floppy disk container]] reads "level 10". Also notable is the fact that this email was similarly teased and anticipated, being the first [[Strong Bad Email]] in over five years.
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*[[@StrongBadActual]] — July 29, 2017 — Strong Bad says he was saving a fan's fanart to use in level 10, which has been delayed to 20X6.
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*[[@StrongBadActual]] Tweet ([[@StrongBadActual Tweets 2017#891516427890458625|July 29, 2017]]) — Strong Bad says he was saving a fan's fanart to use in level 10, which has been delayed to 20X6.
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*[[@StrongBadActual]] — September 8, 2017 — Strong Bad says the titular boss from the [[Skills of an Artist]] episode [[End Boss]] wasn't a "level 10 relic", and posts a GIF of several enemies.
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*[[@StrongBadActual]] Tweet ([[@StrongBadActual Tweets 2017#906297547584569344|September 8, 2017]]) — Strong Bad says the titular boss from the [[Skills of an Artist]] episode [[End Boss]] wasn't a "level 10 relic", and posts a GIF of several enemies.
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*[[@StrongBadActual]] — January 6, 2018 — A teaser trailer for level 10 is posted, saying it will be released in 2018. The video pokes fun at the gap between level releases by revealing that, in the time between level 9 and 10, Stinkoman has fallen asleep, 1-Up has grown a "prodigious beard", and Pan Pan had a hundred babies.
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*[[@StrongBadActual]] Tweet ([[@StrongBadActual Tweets 2018#949767712670089217|January 6, 2018]]) — A teaser trailer for level 10 is posted, saying it will be released in 2018. The video pokes fun at the gap between level releases by revealing that, in the time between level 9 and 10, Stinkoman has fallen asleep, 1-Up has grown a "prodigious beard", and Pan Pan had a hundred babies.
*[[The Deleteheads Download]] Vol. 1 — [[Strong Sad]] posts a GIF of level 10 from [[Videlectrix Guys|Videlectrix Two]], featuring a "destructible floor block".
*[[The Deleteheads Download]] Vol. 1 — [[Strong Sad]] posts a GIF of level 10 from [[Videlectrix Guys|Videlectrix Two]], featuring a "destructible floor block".
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*[[@StrongBadActual]] — April 7, 2018 — Strong Bad Tweets a GIF from Twitter user [[twitter:jezzamonn|@jezzamonn]] (the new programmer for Stinkoman 20X6) of a Stinkoman game sprite punching a picture of Bubs off screen (referencing [[The Next April Fools Thing]]). Strong Bad thanks the user and tells them to "get back to work on level 10".
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*[[@StrongBadActual]] Tweet ([[@StrongBadActual Tweets 2018#982586862241042432|April 7, 2018]]) — Strong Bad Tweets a GIF from Twitter user [[twitter:jezzamonn|@jezzamonn]] (the new programmer for Stinkoman 20X6) of a Stinkoman game sprite punching a picture of Bubs off screen (referencing [[The Next April Fools Thing]]). Strong Bad thanks the user and tells them to "get back to work on level 10".
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*[[@StrongBadActual]] — September 4, 2018 — Strong Bad Tweets some inspiration for level 10 enemy names.
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*[[@StrongBadActual]] Tweet ([[@StrongBadActual Tweets 2018#1037111351209025541|September 4, 2018]]) — Strong Bad Tweets some inspiration for level 10 enemy names.
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*[[@StrongBadActual]] — Decmber 28, 2018 — Another trailer for level 10 is posted to announce the delay to 2019, revealing new graphics, [[Stinkomanual]] drawings, and enemy names.
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*[[@StrongBadActual]] Tweet ([[@StrongBadActual Tweets 2018#1078803198125723648|December 28, 2018]]) — Another trailer for level 10 is posted to announce the delay to 2019, revealing new graphics, [[Stinkomanual]] drawings, and enemy names.
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==External Links==
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*[[twitter:StrongBadActual/statuses/906297547584569344|View enemy GIF on Twitter]]
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*[[twitter:StrongBadActual/statuses/949767712670089217|View teaser trailer on Twitter]]
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*[[twitter:StrongBadActual/statuses/1078803198125723648|View delay trailer on Twitter]]
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[[Category:Stinkoman 20X6]][[Category:Entertainment running gags]]

Revision as of 21:06, 22 June 2019

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The tenth level of Stinkoman 20X6 has been delayed for 15 years, despite the first nine levels being created in less than half a year. This may have been because Jonathan Howe moved away after level 9. This hiatus has been referenced a few times in the Homestar Runner body of work.

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The second trailer

It will be released in 2019 and will be playable in Flash, according to the previews posted to @StrongBadActual. It will be castle-themed (presumably taking place inside Shadowy Figure's evil fortress), with blue stone walls in the background resembling The King of Town's castle. The background will be decorated with columns, curtains, and stained-glass windows (through which you can see the sky and some gray mountains). The floor is made of gray shiny bricks, with some metallic platforms. There are destructible floor blocks shaped like skulls, which can be jumped on three times to break them. Most of the enemies are also skull-themed. As revealed on @StrongBadActual and The Deleteheads Download, these include:

  • A skeleton that walks back and forth, wearing red clothes. Its clothes have two horizontal yellow lines on the side.
  • The same enemy, but with a gun in place of eyes, and a jet pack it can use to fly. It shoots out three small red balls at a time. Its clothes have three horizontal yellow lines on the side.
  • Thurgood Each — A bigger, fatter version that spits out Rightades. Its clothes have only one yellow shape.
  • Rightade — A jumping wind-up skull.
  • A running armless stick figure with a shiny red object for a head. Two bolts stick out of each side of its head. It runs around the player.
  • A skull that rests on the ground, then springs up as its eyes open.
  • Plonth — A hole in the ground that shoots Soup-Dibs.
  • Soup Dib — A shiny red object.
  • A jumping stack of five green skulls. It must be shot multiple times for each skull to disappear.

In a Sketchbook sketch, another enemy is seen: a walking robot with two antennae. Its game sprite has never been seen, however.

According to the Deleteheads Download GIF, which may or may not reflect the final version of the level, the level starts on a platform consisting of four bricks, a destructible floor block, and eight more bricks. There is one platform above the player, which consists of two bricks, a destructible floor block, and ten more bricks, with four bricks stacked on top, and another four bricks on top of that. A regular skeleton enemy is on the left side. Above it is a six-brick platform with a ladder on the left side. Below the player is a left-and-right-floating metallic platform from level 5. You can jump on the destructible floor block to fall onto the floating platform, which takes you to a six-brick platform with another regular skull enemy.

The second trailer shows a "new edge-fall respawn", where the player returns to the spot where they fell, although it is unknown if it is only for this level, or for the entire game. It also shows a floating Shadowy Figure shooting red balls, most likely the boss of the level. Stinkoman can also be seen becoming muscular (as in time capsule or Twenty THANXty Six) as My Benjes float up around him and the screen flashes white, which may also be part of the boss battle. The boss, in the words of The Brothers Chaps during the Late Nite JengaJam interview, will be huge, very epic, and a nice end to the game.

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