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''Stinkoman 20X6'' is a ''VideoGame/{{Mega Man|Classic}}''-like PlatformGame starring Stinkoman, the [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair blue-haired]] {{Animesque}} counterpart of Strong Bad from ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner''. It was released as a Flash game in 2005, and is [[http://www.homestarrunner.com/stinkogame/stinkogame.html freely playable]]--at least through the ninth level.
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!!Tropes:
* AbsurdAltitude: Parodied. Stinkoman jumps this high to get over a wall that is only just out of his normal jumping reach, spending the rest of the stage first flying upwards, then falling down.
* AllThereInTheManual: Just about anything that can hurt you has a name in the Stinkomanual. That's not a cactus! It's called a Pooru-Pooru!
* AllTheWorldsAreAStage: The final platforming level takes everything from the rest of the game and throws it in a blender.
* BadWithTheBone: One enemy is an obese, robotic chicken that constantly spits bones out of its mouth.
* BiggerBad: The Shadowy Figure. Too bad we will ''never'' get to see what he actually looks like, unfortunately.
* BladderOfSteel: No pausing in this game!
* BubblyClouds: The Pink Cloud Zone!
* CatchPhrase: Stinkoman shouts his catch phrase, "Are you asking for a challenge?!", whenever he is about to engage in a BossBattle.
* CognizantLimbs: Stlunko.
* CriticalExistenceFailure
* EasterEgg: The fourth option in the main menu. It shows the manual.
* EscortMission: Stinkoman has to protect his Power Crunch (and, by extension, 1-Up) from the creatures in the Lava Zone!
* FaceShip: The Stinkowing (a fighter jet shaped like Stinkoman's mask).
* FloatingPlatforms
* FlyingSeafoodSpecial: The level 9 enemies. Soooo..... I shoot the coral?
* GameBreakingBug: Dying on the first two bosses usually causes the floor to disappear, since the trigger that loads the level is at the start of the level instead of the start of the boss.
* GiantHandsOfDoom: Stlunko.
* IdleAnimation: If Stinkoman is left standing, he will start to yawn. In the level where you play as 1-Up instead, 1-Up will blow {{Snot Bubble}}s instead. Turned against the player in level 7, where Stinkoman will "[[InstantIceJustAddCold freeze to square]]" and take damage.
* IFellForHours: The second part of Level 3, especially if you're taking too long with collecting the breads.
* InconvenientlyPlacedConveyorBelt: Most inconvenient with Stlunko, the Level 3 boss.
* InstantIceJustAddCold: Stinkoman will freeze into an ice cube if he stands still too long in the SlippySlideyIceWorld.
* IntentionalEngrishForFunny: All throughout the game. "AND OTHER VICTORY FOR STINKOMAN!!"
* InvincibleMinorMinion: Both Clowder from Level 3 and Stafulter from Level 6.
* LethalLavaLand: Level 4.
* ManualMisprint: The Level 9 boss is not a squid. Lampshaded in the boss's quote.
* MegaManning: Parodied with Stlunko--after defeating him, Stinkoman takes one of his giant stone hands as a "new powerup".
* MinusWorld: Level -0: Negatory is a homage to this. It's composed of bits and pieces of other levels, as well as its music.
* TheMissingno: "Poor Ekersby. He's a jumble of good, good graphics from the rest of the game."
* OneUp: Collecting an icon of Stinkoman's head grants the player an extra life. In an homage to this trope, the 20X6 version of Homestar is named 1-Up.
* PlanarShockwave: The Stinkowing causes a few when it explodes.
* PoisonMushroom: Poison capsules deal 1 damage to you and look like the power crunch capsules that restore full health.
* RecursiveCanon: One cutscene shows Stinkoman playing... ...''Stinkoman 20X6''.
* {{Retraux}}: A pseudo-8-bit game produced by the fictional video game company Videlectrix.
* SegmentedSerpent: Saargtsson.
* SlippySlideyIceWorld: Level 7, "Ice 2 Meet U."
* StationaryBoss: A number of these.
* TitleScream: "Twenty-exty-six!"
* TookAShortcut: Parodied. Whereas Stinkoman takes an entire level to reach low-Earth orbit, 1-Up just ''walks to the moon''.
** [[LethalLavaLand Level 4]] is an attempt to invoke this; it quickly turns into a RidiculouslyDifficultRoute instead.
* UnexpectedShmupLevel: Level 9.
* TheUnfought: The Shadowy Figure that keeps kidnapping everybody could count... although the game hasn't actually been concluded.
* {{Vaporware}}: Level 10
** According to the Chapman brothers, the person who helped them design the game moved, although why they haven't got back in contact with him is unknown.
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