: A beta version of a game is released as a full version.
- Straight: Danger Damian is released while only partly finished.
- Exaggerated: Danger Damian is released while in alpha stage.
- Downplayed: Danger Damian is released while almost finished.
- Inverted: Danger Damian and a sequel are both released in one disc/cartridge.
- Subverted: Danger Damian is released while only partly finished...as a publicly available beta.
- Double Subverted: Perpetual Beta
- Parodied: ???
- Zig Zagged: ???
- Averted: Danger Damian isn't released until finished.
- Enforced: See Justified.
- Lampshaded: Damian literally says, as part of the in-game dialogue, "Who made this game? It's like it wasn't even finished!"
- Invoked: They Just Didn't Care.
- Exploited: ???
- Defied: The creators either finish the project or don't release it at all.
- Discussed: This is a really great game!
- Conversed: ???
- Implied: There are plenty of glitches and bugs in Danger Damian, even though they don't affect the gameplay much.
- Deconstructed: The game does horribly, both in sales and with critics.
- The horrible results of the project inspire the company who made Danger Damian to do better with the next game they make.
- Danger Damian was so bad that it was funny how bad it was. People still enjoyed to play it just to get a good laugh.
- Intended Audience Reaction: The horrible project was an attempt at learning what not to do when making a game.
- Played For Laughs: The company who made the game wasn't even trying. The next game they make is better than even the best game currently in existence.
- Played For Drama: The company who made the game were trying, against all odds even.
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