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Babylon Sticks: Unlock Your Potential


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Babylon Sticks: Unlock Your Potential comic

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

19 Comments

Anonymous November 4, 2010 3:42 PM

Ha, it's the elephant from Achievement Unlocked (explains his vast list of achievements), keep up the good work James.
PS: I love that guys games :D

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Achievement Unlocked 3: Corporate Elephant

COMING SOON!!!

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do I see an accidental political cartoon here.

an elephant is being hired to crash cars. He's being hired because he already has lots of experience. If I didn't know the context I would swear the message was that America just rehired Bush.

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Anonymous November 4, 2010 4:32 PM

<3 Achievement unlocked.
This just made my day.

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canadadian November 4, 2010 4:34 PM

I didn't know the Achievement Unlocked Elephant had hair. All I know is that he can change colours and has quite a bad memory for an elephant, as he has even forgotten nearly all of the levels for a game...
Joking aside, I love it!

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Anonymous November 4, 2010 5:03 PM

@gsaddfs2
That is random as is your username...

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"do I see an accidental political cartoon here."

I think you failed your Rorschach Test.

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Acidifiers November 4, 2010 6:26 PM

Gsaddfs! Do I know you from Transformice?

The art feels a little different here. It's... softer. No color pencil, thin lines. And where's James' little tophat signature?

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I'm glad the elephant combed his hair for the job. It's good to make a good first impression.

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@IIAOPSW:

You're missing an important piece of symbolism: the elephant's color. For the past decade, republicans have been associated with red and democrats blue.

So a blue elephant would be a republican turned democrat who then crashed, like Arlen Specter.

But then you have to realize that crash testing isn't the same as crashing, as the former is considered valuable, unlike the later.

So basically, "Sometimes an elephant is just an elephant."

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whaha xD this one is really awesome ^^

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I thought this was political commentary at first as well. Glad to know that I'm not alone :D

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Anonymous November 5, 2010 4:25 PM

I am going to hazard a guess at the fact that not everything is about US politics...

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lol, this make my day. The elephant really make a success!

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KamenZero November 6, 2010 7:52 PM

I almost thought that was Babar. haha

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I like how well known the games have gotten even though they more of a joke then anything and have very simple graphics and gameplay.

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Acheivement Unlocked refrence FTW!
(It's the acheivment unlocked elephant, hence his large amount of acheivements XD)

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AHHH. :D

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