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  • The first one: Yes and yes.

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    MarkDarin Telltale Staff

    When I wrote that scene, I didn't do so with any reference in mind. That being said, sometimes the animators to put their own touches on things, so it's possible one of them may have put in a visual reference, but I don't think that's the case here.

    As for your first question, I do know that you can delete the game and re-download it later without paying for it again, as long as you are re-downloading it to the same Wii machine that you originally downloaded it on. I'm pretty sure you can save the game to an SD card as well, but I haven't actually done that, so I can't confirm that %100.

  • [quote=MarkDarin;99673]That being said, sometimes the animators to put their own touches on things,[/quote]
    That makes absolutely no sense.

  • To answer your first question in more detail, we've put up a wii memory management guide, which will hopefully help you figure out how to shuffle things around if your Wii is running low on space.

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    And as for later conversations...

    @16_BIT_MARIO1 said: That makes absolutely no sense.

    What? I can't tell if you're confused or trying to insult someone or something.

    When a scene goes to the animators and the choreographers, if there's no specific direction (which often happens for things like whatever joke or weird event would happen when Strong Bad picks up a phone in the dream version of an office), it's up to the animators or choreographers to figure out what goes there. So in this case, someone put in a dramatic camera tilt.

  • Thanks guys, I think I'll try switching the blocks over just to see if I can do it. I didn't want to try it without knowing I could re-download it first, you know, in case something screws up. Nintendo can be weird about transferring save files etc sometimes.

    And I guess the scene just happens to remind me of something. Not surprising, since the TV station where I grew up used to get these weird shows all the time since they had to buy programming in "bundles". Let's just say that I realized from a young age that not all cartoons are meant for children, and Marilyn Monroe can be made scarier than Marylin Manson.

  • [quote=Jake;99679]What? I can't tell if you're confused or trying to insult someone or something.

    When a scene goes to the animators and the choreographers, if there's no specific direction (which often happens for things like whatever joke or weird event would happen when Strong Bad picks up a phone in the dream version of an office), it's up to the animators or choreographers to figure out what goes there. So in this case, someone put in a dramatic camera tilt.[/quote]

    [quote=MarkDarin;99673]That being said, sometimes the animators to put their own touches on things,[/quote]
    That's what I mean.

  • @MarkDarin said: I wrote that scene

    You are my hero

  • 16_BIT_MARIO1, it was just a typo. No need to be rude!

  • Just saying it was a typo doesn't make the sentence less confusing. Even though the most likely thing to do is to add the word "like" somewhere, it doesn't mean others automatically can.

  • or, "the animators do put their own touches on things"

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