Babylon Sticks: Go Ahead, Kid


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Babylon Sticks: Go Ahead, Kid comic

A custom casual gameplay comic created exclusively for JIG by Babylon Sticks creator, James Francis. Follow Babylon Sticks on Twitter: @babylonsticks.

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dsrtrosy Author Profile Page April 15, 2010 2:17 PM

And yet...at the same time...I do wish there WERE such things as hovering platforms.

:D

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quality commander keen reference with the image of the kid. remember that game as a wee lad

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This cartoon is absolutely keen. Well done!

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I don't really get this one. Is it a reference to some game?

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SonicLover Author Profile Page April 15, 2010 3:13 PM

I could actually see an NPC in a platformer saying something like that.

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The Keen reference was.....well....keen.
Captain Comic next, perhaps?

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dude, Commander Keen reference!
Kudos!

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nupanick April 15, 2010 4:58 PM

Nice. Although in most of the games I've seen these days, there's some sort of structure behind the platforms that they could logically be attached to. Maybe CK didn't have those? I don't know, I never had that game.

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Bonus Points? It's "Donkey Kong Jr."
Bling! =D

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I LOVE Commander Keen, I wanted to be him when I was a kid!

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Just John April 15, 2010 9:02 PM

Actually, I think I might've heard this joke before, in the video game "The Lost Vikings". One of the vikings says something like, "When we get home, we gotta get one of those waterfalls that float in mid-air!"

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> game the bananas are from

That would be Pac Man. :D

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We need six shrooms for those comics :D

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Missed this...
Ha, ha, it's perfect.
Neither did I see that with all the abstract gaming. Babylon knows how to circumnavigate our predictions. ;Dcircumnavigate

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Oh funny, Keep it up!!
The banana is a nice touch

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