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Videlectrix WiiWare Games?

posted by BenjaminHayden on - last edited - Viewed by 592 users

O.K., if Videlectrix & Telltale Games ever decide to take the Videlectrix games from the SBCG4AP series and make them into stand-alone games you can download onto your Wii for 500 Wii Points ($5.00), what game would you like them to make into a real full-screen game (without Strong Bad's Head on the side of the screen)? And yes, it would be cool if you could buy & download the games onto your PC too.

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  • I know that if you go here

    Those videlectrix games are ported to the wii, and its free!

  • Vidilectricks(or however you spell it) made trogdor 3d-ungeon?:confused:

  • TROGDOR! and Stinkoman 20X6. Most of the rest of them ARE technically WiiWare channels (see respective SBCG4AP episode), and Dangeresque Roomisode 1 just seems too small to pay any money for. However, playing TROGDOR! and Stinkoman 20X6 with my Wiimote (via NES style, held sideways) would be extremely awexome.

  • I agree that playing Stinkoman with the Wii controller NES-style would rock very awesomely.

    I also voted for Peasant's Quest, even though I have no idea how to control a type-em-up game with the Wii remote. Peasant's Quest would still somehow be awesome.

  • I think Spirits of 76 would play well with the Wiimote.

  • I would love to see Stinkoman 20X6 on wii, released like the new megaman game! It would be kick awesome, that is when tbc finishes it, apparantley there are more lvls to come

  • @Lachlan_is said: It would be kick awesome, that is when tbc finishes it, apparantley there are more lvls to come

    The 10th will probably be the last.

  • [quote=Gman5852;106078]Videlectrix(or however you spell it) made trogdor 3d-ungeon?:confused:[/quote]

    Of course, how else would it be accessible from the Videlectrix Mainframe?

    I think that, realistically speaking, Stinkoman 20X6 and Peasant's Quest are the only games that would really work well on WiiWare because of it's size and complexity, however I still voted for 1) Spirits of '76 because it seems like I really good idea for a game and I enjoyed the SBCG4AP puzzle as well as because of it's wiimote compatibility, 2) TROGDOR! because it was a fan favorite before Peasant's Quest, and 3) Trogdor's 3D-ungeon because it has some really nice graphics.

  • I personally found Stinkoman 20X6 and TROGDOR! to be far too challenging for me to properly enjoy. I mean, I know that Stinkoman's game is practically a tribute to both Dragonball (or anime in general) and Megaman, the latter being a heavy influence for his game and thus the degree of difficulty, but I think it actually passes the Megaman mark on difficulty. I say this because the TRUE 8-bit Megaman games were nowhere near as hard as Stinkoman is for me, nor as cheap and stupid as Megaman 9 turned out to be.

    I love playing both Stinkoman and TRODGOR!, but I'd never want to play them on anything but the comp, and play them for free. We paid money for the ones in SBCG4AP, so I don't see a point in paying for them again. Games like these just aren't worth the money, hell, today's games aren't worth the 30-50 bucks we have to pay for them.

    I for one am glad to see people still offering DECENT freeware, and I'm more than willing to shell out 8-10 bucks for a great game like the SBCG4AP series. But I wouldn't want to pay 5 bucks to download just one of these titles for my Wii. Although I do consider Peasent's Quest to be, quite possibly, the best game they've ever made stand-alone.

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