Strong Bad's Cool Game for Attractive People
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You may already know Strong Bad from his regular appearances answering emails and doling out not-so-useful advice on Homestarrunner.com. Now he's the star of a five episode comedy series, Strong Bad's Cool Game for Attractive People. With all new storylines co-written by the guys from Homestarrunner.com, you'll feel like you're inside Strong Bad's world. (You may even start to talk like him!) Each episode has a different theme and you get to hang out with with Homestar, The Cheat, Bubs — the whole crew. It's like a Strong Bad cartoon on steroids. As Strong Bad would say, what the crap are you waiting for?
Includes all 5 episodes:
Homestar Ruiner: When a practical joke goes awry, Strong Bad has to get the loafing Homestar Runner out of his house.
Strong Badia the Free: Join the Homestarmy and help Strong Bad bring down the corrupt King of Town.
Baddest of the Bands: Hurting for cash, Strong Bad turns to the gods of rock and roll for some divine inspiration.
Dangeresque 3: Strong Bad lands the role of a lifetime in this blockbuster movie event.
8-Bit Is Enough: Trogdor's on the loose! Send the dragon packing and restore balance.
Feels like the cartoon.Inu117 | July 4, 2013 | See all Inu117's reviews »
When i heard that they were making a game about homestarrunner i will admit i was a little worried. I didn't expect them to fully grasp the series' world within the game. But once i started it didn't take long for me to feel like i was actually in one of their episodes. The writing is great and full of extra content to make you laugh. I went in not expecting much and came out really feeling like I was in their cartoon. Great game.
It's strange, but, I like it.TimothyD | May 30, 2013 | See all TimothyD's reviews »
Following my like for Telltale stemming from Sam and Max, I played this game, and it was a treat. Homestar Runner has it's own very... Unique brand of humor. The puzzles play much like Sam and Max with a little more interactivity in some portions. The story is well written, but the voice acting is a bit gruff a times, so I found that the subtitles were a necessity for being able to understand some of the dialogue sequences, but it overall adds to the hilarity of the series. The game accurately picks up and displays all of the characters from the Homestar Runner source material. It is a wholehearted, funny and complete adaptation that one would expect out of Telltale games.