Faster, Strongerbadder…

Walker blogged about Strongbad’s Cool Game for Attractive People in the mysterious past of yesterday. We made a calender to count off the days until actual footage arrived. All that effort was completely wasted as it’s out already.

Man!

14 Comments

  1. Man Raised By Puffins says:

    Ugh, that gets horribly squashed when embedded. Nice version is here.

  2. Okami says:

    You forgot the ‘funny’ caption.

    Also: Best trailer for a game I’ve seen in a long time.

  3. John says:

    Oh my God, they totally have to change the way Homestars mouth moves when he talks.

  4. Cyrenic says:

    When I start hearing Strong Bad mention the memory add on for the N64 in the same way he mentions all that other old tech, it makes me feel super old myself.

  5. Mo says:

    Surely “Faster, Strongerbad …” ?

  6. Kieron Gillen says:

    That’s what I get for posting when I’m very hungry.

    KG

  7. Mark says:

    John: that’s a part of the joke.

  8. Zuffox says:

    I think it’s a good pun, Kieron.

  9. Chris R says:

    I agree with Zuffox… I like it more better that way.

  10. Nuyan says:

    Coolest game-trailer since Battlefield Heroes!

  11. hungSolo says:

    Does Homestarrunner.com still have many fans? Personally, I remember it exists every six months or so, visit the website, laugh a lot and then promptly forget about it again.

    At any rate, maybe this game will fill the aching void left by the apparently abandoned Homestar RPG for the 2600.

  12. Bobsy says:

    Huh. Interesting. Also, pretty brave to take those very 2D characters and try to 3D them. I once made a Homestar Runner costume in Second Life… it was not a total success, but I still consider it a valiant effort. It was cel-shaded, too. Cop a load o’ that.

  13. Man Raised By Puffins says:

    Does Homestarrunner.com still have many fans? Personally, I remember it exists every six months or so, visit the website, laugh a lot and then promptly forget about it again.

    I’m pretty much the same. Looking on Alexa it’s fallen a long way from its (rather large) peak in 2003/4, but I’d imagine there’s a small cult following for it and obviously a lot of people familiar with it even if they don’t visit the site anymore.

  14. Seniath says:

    I still check for new cartoons every few weeks or so. It’d be so much easier if it had an RSS feed…