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24th Feb '17 7:02:59 PM HarpieSiren
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* The sorcerer in the "Sorcerer's Apprentice" segment of ''Disney/{{Fantasia}}'' is called Yen Sid, which is Disney spelled backwards. In ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsII'', Yen Sid (speakable version) is seen in his tower whom Donald Duck says his name during Sora's awakening from a earlier game, ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsChainOfMemories'', allowing Yen Sid to summon a Gummi Ship just outside his tower's window, allowing the player (while playing as Sora) to travel between different Disney worlds and securing their keyholes (before the final battle with Xenmas (Ansem spelled backwards as to the mysterious character who is often known as Ansem the Wise in disguise).

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* The sorcerer in the "Sorcerer's Apprentice" segment of ''Disney/{{Fantasia}}'' is called Yen Sid, which is Disney spelled backwards. In ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsII'', Yen Sid (speakable version) is seen He also shows up in his tower whom Donald Duck says his name during Sora's awakening from a earlier game, ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsChainOfMemories'', allowing Yen Sid to summon a Gummi Ship just outside his tower's window, allowing the player (while playing as Sora) to travel between different Disney worlds and securing their keyholes (before the final battle with Xenmas (Ansem spelled backwards as to the mysterious character who is often known as Ansem the Wise ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'' games, in disguise).a major speaking role, no less!
18th Feb '17 9:50:53 AM shokoshu
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* "I lov it", a sweets line. Lov? Tivoli Gardens in Denmark+this trope=Aha!
10th Feb '17 10:54:35 PM Odacon_Spy
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* In the Sony game ''VideoGame/EverQuest'' (commonly abbreviated "EQ"), one of the major cities is named Qeynos (SonyEQ backwards)

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* In the Sony game ''VideoGame/EverQuest'' (commonly abbreviated "EQ"), one of the major cities is named Qeynos (SonyEQ ([=SonyEQ=] backwards)
8th Feb '17 10:15:49 PM Geoduck
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* The classic economic-theory edutainment game ''[[VideoGame/{{Mule}} M.U.L.E.]]'' is set on the planet Irata, "Atari" backwards.
4th Feb '17 11:35:10 PM Rorosilky5
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* Some ''Franchise/{{Kirby}}'' games have an enemy known as Tac, originally spelled T.A.C. It's a cat enemy. Not only that, but it steals your copy ability, which makes it [[StealthPun a cat burglar]], too. There's also the recurring boss Acro the whale.

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* Some ''Franchise/{{Kirby}}'' games have an enemy known as Tac, originally spelled T.A.C. It's a cat enemy. Not only that, but it steals your copy ability, which makes it [[StealthPun a cat burglar]], too. There's also the recurring boss Acro the whale.whale and a minor enemy named Gip.
18th Jan '17 8:25:39 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* The mystery short story "Death by Rubik's Cube", published in the August 2011 issue of Games Magazine, features a police detective by the name of Errol Lorre. The GenreSavvy suspects realize that his parents loved puzzles a lot and that he himself hates them.

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* The mystery short story "Death by Rubik's Cube", published in the August 2011 issue of Games Magazine, features a police detective by the name of Errol Lorre. The GenreSavvy suspects realize that his parents loved puzzles a lot and that he himself hates them.
15th Jan '17 7:25:51 PM Prfnoff
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* The [[ThoseWackyNazis Floda]] lederhosen company in ''Flight of the Amazon Queen''.

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* The [[ThoseWackyNazis Floda]] lederhosen company in ''Flight of the Amazon Queen''.''VideoGame/FlightOfTheAmazonQueen''.
6th Jan '17 8:27:58 AM Nepeta
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"Sdrawkcab" is spelled backwards. Some writers like to invent names this way. There a few different reasons:

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[[CaptainObvious "Sdrawkcab" is spelled backwards.backwards]]. Some writers like to invent names this way. There a few different reasons:
25th Dec '16 12:27:39 PM MikeK
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* For a while in the late eighties, there were two competing lineups of the band T.S.O.L. touring at the same time - one lineup was the founding members of the group playing songs from their earlier HardcorePunk/[[GothRock deathrock]] albums, and the other was a newer iteration of the band playing their then-current HardRock/HairMetal material. The latter had the rights to the name and threatened to sue, so the former briefly started billing themselves as LOST.

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* For a while in the late eighties, there were two competing lineups of the band T.S.O.L. touring at the same time - one lineup was the founding members of the group playing songs from their earlier HardcorePunk/[[GothRock HardcorePunk and [[GothRock deathrock]] albums, and the other was a newer iteration of the band playing their then-current HardRock/HairMetal HardRock and HairMetal material. The latter had the rights to the name and threatened to sue, so the former briefly started billing themselves as LOST.
25th Dec '16 12:21:15 PM MikeK
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* For a while, there were two competing lineups of the band T.S.O.L. touring at the same time - one playing their earlier punk songs, the other playing their then-current glam metal material. The latter had the rights to the name and threatened to sue, so the former briefly started billing themselves as LOST.

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* For a while, while in the late eighties, there were two competing lineups of the band T.S.O.L. touring at the same time - one lineup was the founding members of the group playing songs from their earlier punk songs, HardcorePunk/[[GothRock deathrock]] albums, and the other was a newer iteration of the band playing their then-current glam metal HardRock/HairMetal material. The latter had the rights to the name and threatened to sue, so the former briefly started billing themselves as LOST.



* The Elevator Drops' album title ''Pop Bus'' is "Sub Pop" (as in [[Creator/SubPop the independent record label]]) backwards - the cover features a bus with a reversed Sub Pop logo on it.

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* The Elevator Drops' album title ''Pop Bus'' is "Sub Pop" (as in [[Creator/SubPop the independent record label]]) backwards - the cover art features a bus with a reversed Sub Pop logo on it.
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