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** Popularized by {{LetsPlay/Markiplier}}, the parry move is sometimes called the "slappa".

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** Regarding several members of the Phantom Express, specifically who the fandom commonly calls "T-bone" and the "Blaze Brothers", ''The Art of Cuphead'' book officially refers to them as "Conductor" and the "Lollipop Ghouls", respectfully.

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** For the Playstation 4 version's launch trailer, instead of using hand-drawn animation or a [[RogerRabbitEffect mix of live-action and animation]] like in the Switch trailer, it's done entirely in stop-motion with the techniques of the era.

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* ContentLeak: The [=PS4=] port's icon [[https://twitter.com/Wario64/status/1287908466586087424 appeared on PSN stores]] a day before its official unveiling.

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** Before his name was revealed in the art book, Willy Warbles was usually called Wally Jr.


** The unnamed members of the Tipsy Troop have also been called Mary Teeny (martini), Bourbob (from bourbon whiskey), and Sourpuss (after Brandy Sour, a cocktail that uses brandy, which cognac is a type of). A Youtuber also referred to them as Madame Martini, Walt Whiskey (possibly a reference to Creator/WaltDisney) and Rupert Rum.

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** The formerly unnamed members of the Tipsy Troop have also been called Mary Teeny (martini), Bourbob (from bourbon whiskey), and Sourpuss (after Brandy Sour, a cocktail that uses brandy, which cognac is a type of). A Youtuber also referred to them as Madame Martini, Walt Whiskey (possibly a reference to Creator/WaltDisney) and Rupert Rum. ''The Art of Cuphead'', a book showing much of the game's concept art, eventually gave the troop's real names; Ginette, Ol' Ethan and Rumulus respectively.

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** Cuphead isn’t the only game with a level called [[VideoGame/CrashTwinsanity High Seas Hi-Jinx.]]


** The carrot boss in The Root Pack is officially named Chauncey Chantenay, but is often called "Psycarrot" by fans for obvious reasons.

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** The carrot boss in members of The Root Pack is are officially named Sal Spudder, Ollie Bulb, and Chauncey Chantenay, but is are often called "Psycarrot" called Moe Tato, Weepy, and Psycarrot by fans for obvious reasons.fans.


* IKnewIt: Many fans knew the Windows Store exclusivity for the computer versions will not last long, before ''Cuphead'' gets a release in both UsefulNotes/{{Steam}} and Website/GOGDotCom.

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* IKnewIt: Many fans knew the Windows Store exclusivity for the computer versions will not last long, before ''Cuphead'' gets a release in both UsefulNotes/{{Steam}} and Website/GOGDotCom.Website/{{GOG|DotCom}}.


** Mugman shares his name with [[WebAnimation/{{Mugman}} another Mugman]].

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** Mugman shares his name with [[WebAnimation/{{Mugman}} another Mugman]].WebAnimation/{{Mugman}}.


** The Moldenhauer brothers mortgaged their houses to make this game before getting backing from Microsoft.

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** The Moldenhauer brothers mortgaged re-mortgaged their houses to make this game before getting backing from Microsoft.


** Cala Maria shares her name with an [[VideoGame/TheBattleCats angelic squid]]

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** Cala Maria shares her name with an [[VideoGame/TheBattleCats angelic squid]]squid sent by the Cat God to those pure of heart]]


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** King Dice's singing voice is provided by a woman, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d2xBBDfhWfY Alana Bridgewater]].
** Sally Stageplay was voiced by a [[https://twitter.com/LukeLandVO/status/913782792386887680 man]].

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CrossDressingVoices: King Dice's singing voice is provided by a woman, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d2xBBDfhWfY Alana Bridgewater]].
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Bridgewater]]. Likewise, Sally Stageplay was voiced by a [[https://twitter.com/LukeLandVO/status/913782792386887680 man]].


** Hispanics call the game as a whole "Mortgagehead", due to the creator having funded the last stretch of development with a mortgage on his own house; a fair amount of memes have also been created involving Cuphead and said mortgage.

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** Hispanics call the game as a whole "Mortgagehead", due to the creator creators having funded the last stretch of development with a mortgage on his their own house; houses; a fair amount of memes have also been created involving Cuphead and said mortgage.

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