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''50K Racewalker'' is a DeconstructionGame from the creators of ''Franchise/HomestarRunner'', released in 2005. The game has the player partake in race. To move, the player has push the left and right buttons. However, not only do you have to push the buttons in order from left, right, left and so on... you also have a maximum speed. More than two and a half steps per second and you get a FAULT and must wait several seconds. This combined with how slow the character moves makes the game extremely long.

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''50K Racewalker'' is a DeconstructionGame from the creators of ''Franchise/HomestarRunner'', released in 2005. The game has the player partake in a race. To move, the player has push the left and right buttons. However, not only do you have to push the buttons in order from left, right, left and so on... you also have a maximum speed. More than two and a half steps per second and you get a FAULT and must wait several seconds. This combined with how slow the character moves makes the game extremely long.


* [[spoiler: DownerEnding: Downplayed, since upon winning the game you get third place in the race regardless of how fast you were.]]

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* [[spoiler: DownerEnding: Downplayed, since upon winning the game [[spoiler: you get third place in the race regardless of how fast you were.]]


* GuestFighter: There are five customization combinations that unlock different default names: "WiltChamberlain", "BruceLee", "Luke Schenscher", "Dr. J" and "Gary Palaroncini".

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* GuestFighter: There are five customization combinations that unlock different default names: "WiltChamberlain", "BruceLee", "UsefulNotes/WiltChamberlain", "Creator/BruceLee", "Luke Schenscher", "Dr. J" and "Gary Palaroncini".



* SomeDexterityRequired: Subverted. You have to walk one step per button press, but you're capped at approximately 2.6 steps per second, so it's testing your patience rather than your dexterity.

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* SomeDexterityRequired: Subverted. You have to walk one step per button press, but you're capped at approximately 2.6 steps per second, so it's testing your patience rather than your dexterity.dexterity.
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* DeconstructionGame: Of SomeDexterityRequired and FakeLongevity.

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* DeconstructionGame: Of SomeDexterityRequired and FakeLongevity.FakeLongevity in general, and old NES-era "[[VideoGame/TrackAndField sports]]" games in particular.



* SomeDexterityRequired: You have to walk one step per button press. If you push the wrong button in the sequence, it causes you waste more time.

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* SomeDexterityRequired: Subverted. You have to walk one step per button press. If you push the wrong button in the sequence, it causes you waste more time.press, but you're capped at approximately 2.6 steps per second, so it's testing your patience rather than your dexterity.


''50K Racewalker'' is a DeconstructionGame from the creators of ''Franchise/HomestarRunner'', released in 2005. The game has the player partake in race. To move, the player has push the left and right buttons. However, not only do you have to push the buttons in order from left, right, left and so on... you also have a maximum speed. More than two steps per second and you get a FAULT and must wait several seconds. This combined with how slow the character moves makes the game extremely long.

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''50K Racewalker'' is a DeconstructionGame from the creators of ''Franchise/HomestarRunner'', released in 2005. The game has the player partake in race. To move, the player has push the left and right buttons. However, not only do you have to push the buttons in order from left, right, left and so on... you also have a maximum speed. More than two and a half steps per second and you get a FAULT and must wait several seconds. This combined with how slow the character moves makes the game extremely long.


''50K Racewalker'' is a DeconstructionGame from the creators of ''Franchise/HomestarRunner'', released in 2005. The game has the player partake in race. To move, the player has push the left and right buttons. However, they have to push the buttons in order from left, right, left and so on. This combined with how slow the character moves makes the game extremely long.

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''50K Racewalker'' is a DeconstructionGame from the creators of ''Franchise/HomestarRunner'', released in 2005. The game has the player partake in race. To move, the player has push the left and right buttons. However, they not only do you have to push the buttons in order from left, right, left and so on.on... you also have a maximum speed. More than two steps per second and you get a FAULT and must wait several seconds. This combined with how slow the character moves makes the game extremely long.


* {{Retraux}}: The graphics are modeled after an {{Atari 2600}} game.

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* {{Retraux}}: The graphics are modeled after an {{Atari UsefulNotes/{{Atari 2600}} game.


''50K Racewalker'' is a DeconstructionGame released in 2005. The game has the player partake in race. To move, the player has push the left and right buttons. However, they have to push the buttons in order from left, right, left and so on. This combined with how slow the character moves makes the game extremely long.

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''50K Racewalker'' is a DeconstructionGame from the creators of ''Franchise/HomestarRunner'', released in 2005. The game has the player partake in race. To move, the player has push the left and right buttons. However, they have to push the buttons in order from left, right, left and so on. This combined with how slow the character moves makes the game extremely long.



* CharacterCustomization: Player can customize their character although this has no effect on the actual gameplay [[spoiler: unless you choose to use the Gary Palaroncini design, who starts the game near the finish line]].
* DeconstructionGame: Of SomeDexterityRequired and FakeLongevity

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* CharacterCustomization: Player can customize their character character, although this has no effect on the actual gameplay [[spoiler: unless you choose to use the Gary Palaroncini design, who starts the game near the finish line]].
* DeconstructionGame: Of SomeDexterityRequired and FakeLongevityFakeLongevity.


* [[spoiler: DownerEnding: If you win the game, you get third place in the race regardless of how fast you were.]]

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* [[spoiler: DownerEnding: If you win Downplayed, since upon winning the game, game you get third place in the race regardless of how fast you were.]]


* GuestFighter: There are five customization combinations that unlock different default names: "Wilt Chamberlain", "BruceLee", "Luke Schenscher", "Dr. J" and "Gary Palaroncini".

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* GuestFighter: There are five customization combinations that unlock different default names: "Wilt Chamberlain", "WiltChamberlain", "BruceLee", "Luke Schenscher", "Dr. J" and "Gary Palaroncini".


* FakeLongevity: Due to the slow pace, the game takes over twenty hours to complete.

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* FakeLongevity: Due to the slow pace, the game takes over twenty hours to complete.complete [[spoiler: unless you play as Gary Palaroncini]].

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* {{Retraux}}: The graphics are modeled after an {{Atari 2600}} game.


* CharacterCustomization: Player can customize their character although this has no effect on the actual gameplay [[spoiler: unless you choose to use the Gary Palaroncini design, who starts the game near the finish line].]

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* CharacterCustomization: Player can customize their character although this has no effect on the actual gameplay [[spoiler: unless you choose to use the Gary Palaroncini design, who starts the game near the finish line].]line]].


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* GuestFighter: There are five customization combinations that unlock different default names: "Wilt Chamberlain", "BruceLee", "Luke Schenscher", "Dr. J" and "Gary Palaroncini".

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