Babylon Sticks: Bonus Content


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Babylon Sticks: Bonus Content comic

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

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Patreon Crew SonicLover April 28, 2011 10:18 AM

Love the magazines and headlines. J.F. is all over the little details. "Runner's Weekly" is my favorite.

The subcaption reads "The Canabalt Guy".

Wish I could figure out what "Trilby Strikes Again" is a reference to, though.

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@SonicLover:

Trilby is a reference to a character in a series of games by Yahtzee (aka Ben Croshaw). He was a gentleman thief. And apparently he just made another heist:)

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Sushi Cat Recipes!

(Not that he was a picky eater to begin with...)

:-)

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discopanda April 28, 2011 10:46 AM

I like the small, wrinkled copy of the Silverlight Game Catalog...poor Microsoft...haha

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lol discopanda it's empty! Just has a front and back cover.

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My favorite is the "robot wants" reference.
"I know what I want!"

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Wow so many references, I see an MCF hidden object mag. They should change the "Collector Edition" name because it only has a guide (usually paid separately), wallpapers, achievements, concept art and a bonus chapter which negates the bad cliff hanger of the original story (can only be played every time you win the game).

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Love the Sushi Cat Recipes! I'd be afraid of the portion sizes though...

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This does bring up a good point, though.

How many puzzle/hidden object games have turned up on here that have the $14 "Collector's Edition", where you get things like wallpapers (which you'll probably never use), walkthroughs (which you probably won't need), and that's about it? All added to a game that might take you 3 hours, tops, to complete.

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I usually don't get these comics because I only play a limited scope of games (mostly point-and-click), but I loved the Trilby reference in this one. :)

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You could practically make a hidden-object game out of all the references in this one. Excellent work, JF!

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Also: "Better Home and Portal". :D

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Tortferngatr April 29, 2011 6:03 PM

Cactus McCoy is a fun game-nice to know they mentioned it.

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mr1black April 30, 2011 5:30 PM

Excellent! Loved the references almost more than the joke.
We appreciate your work here, mr. J.F!

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