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* ThatPoorCat: When Fat Alien throws his [=GPS=] in "A Conflict Leads to Mistakes."

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* ThatPoorCat: When Fat Alien throws his [=GPS=] in "A Conflict Leads to Mistakes.""
* UnexplainedAccent:
** In episode 8, Party Hat (who had a Romanian accent like the other characters) inexplicably switches to an Australian accent on account of being voiced by Plainsvile (Samuel Thronburry). After that episode, he regained the Romanian accent.
** The second season has a few contestants who have American accents as opposed to Romanian like the others.


An [[ObjectShows object show]] from UsefulNotes/{{Romania}}, '''''Challenge to Win''''' is an animated web show created by Mandea Catalin (or, for the sake of you [[NoPronunciationGuide not wanting to butcher the pronunciation of his name]], 100dcx). Being an object show itself, you might already know the premise (it's a competition GameShow). It made its debut on Website/{{Scratch}} on September 20th, 2012 and transitioned over to Website/YouTube later on.

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An [[ObjectShows object show]] from UsefulNotes/{{Romania}}, '''''Challenge ''Challenge to Win''''' Win'' is an animated web show created by Mandea Catalin (or, for the sake of you [[NoPronunciationGuide not wanting to butcher the pronunciation of his name]], 100dcx). Being an object show itself, you might already know the premise (it's a competition GameShow). It made its debut on Website/{{Scratch}} on September 20th, 2012 and transitioned over to Website/YouTube later on.


An object show from UsefulNotes/{{Romania}}, '''''Challenge to Win''''' is an animated web show created by Mandea Catalin (or, for the sake of you [[NoPronunciationGuide not wanting to butcher the pronunciation of his name]], 100dcx). Being an object show itself, you might already know the premise (it's a competition GameShow). It made its debut on Website/{{Scratch}} on September 20th, 2012 and transitioned over to Website/YouTube later on.

It currently has two seasons, with its first season having 20 episodes total in its five-year run from 2012 to 2017. It is currently on it's second season, alternatively named ''Challenge 2 Win''.

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An [[ObjectShows object show show]] from UsefulNotes/{{Romania}}, '''''Challenge to Win''''' is an animated web show created by Mandea Catalin (or, for the sake of you [[NoPronunciationGuide not wanting to butcher the pronunciation of his name]], 100dcx). Being an object show itself, you might already know the premise (it's a competition GameShow). It made its debut on Website/{{Scratch}} on September 20th, 2012 and transitioned over to Website/YouTube later on.

It currently has two seasons, with its first season having 20 episodes total in its five-year run from 2012 to 2017. It is currently on it's its second season, alternatively named ''Challenge 2 Win''.


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[[caption-width-right:350:All of the contestants in season one. And they all cheer![[note]]From left to right: Asteroid, Banana, Box, Camera, Candy Cane (top), Fat Alien, Hammer, Key, Melon, Microphone, Party Hat (middle), Rainbow, Star, Umbrella, Wheel, and Yellow Spider (botom) (not pictured: Blue Planet, TV, and all the season two contestants (Anvil, Autumn, Battery, Cantaloupe, Clipperboard, Flipnote, Kary, Metronome, Onion, Pawn, Ping-Pong Paddle, Pistachio, Poker Chip, Razor Bloade, and Supply Crate)[[/note]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:All of the contestants in season one. And they all cheer![[note]]From left to right: Asteroid, Banana, Box, Camera, Candy Cane (top), Fat Alien, Hammer, Key, Melon, Microphone, Party Hat (middle), Rainbow, Star, Umbrella, Wheel, and Yellow Spider (botom) (not pictured: Blue Planet, TV, and all the season two contestants (Anvil, Autumn, Battery, Cantaloupe, Clipperboard, Flipnote, Kary, Metronome, Onion, Pawn, Ping-Pong Paddle, Pistachio, Poker Chip, Razor Bloade, and Supply Crate)[[/note]]]]
Crate))[[/note]]]]


[[caption-width-right:350:All of the contestants in season one. And they all cheer![[note]]From left to right...\\
Top row: Asteroid, Banana, Box, Camera, Candy Cane\\
Middle row: Fat Alien, Hammer, Key, Melon, Microphone, Party Hat\\
Bottom row: Rainbow, Star, Umbrella, Wheel, Yellow Spider[[/note]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:All of the contestants in season one. And they all cheer![[note]]From left to right...\\
Top row:
right: Asteroid, Banana, Box, Camera, Candy Cane\\
Middle row:
Cane (top), Fat Alien, Hammer, Key, Melon, Microphone, Party Hat\\
Bottom row:
Hat (middle), Rainbow, Star, Umbrella, Wheel, and Yellow Spider[[/note]]]]
Spider (botom) (not pictured: Blue Planet, TV, and all the season two contestants (Anvil, Autumn, Battery, Cantaloupe, Clipperboard, Flipnote, Kary, Metronome, Onion, Pawn, Ping-Pong Paddle, Pistachio, Poker Chip, Razor Bloade, and Supply Crate)[[/note]]]]


* LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters: 18 mains characters in the first season, plus the 15 contestants of the second season. Yeah, that's 33 characters.

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* LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters: 18 mains main characters in the first season, plus the 15 contestants of the second season. Yeah, that's 33 main characters.


* SequelNonEntity: None of the season one contestants came for season two.

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* SequelNonEntity: None of the season one contestants came for season two.two.
* ThatPoorCat: When Fat Alien throws his [=GPS=] in "A Conflict Leads to Mistakes."


* SequelNonEntry: None of the season one contestants came for season two.

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* SequelNonEntry: SequelNonEntity: None of the season one contestants came for season two.


* LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters: 18 mains characters in the first season, plus the 15 contestants of the second season. Yeah, that's 33 characters.

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* LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters: 18 mains characters in the first season, plus the 15 contestants of the second season. Yeah, that's 33 characters.characters.
* SequelNonEntry: None of the season one contestants came for season two.


If you want to check out the tropes for one of the games, see ''VideoGame/CandyCanesChillyChistmas''.

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If you want to check out the tropes for one of the games, see ''VideoGame/CandyCanesChillyChistmas''.
''VideoGame/ChallengeToWinTheHuntForGifts'', ''VideoGame/CandyCanesChillyChistmas'', and ''VideoGame/CandyCanesNewYears''.

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If you want to check out the tropes for one of the games, see ''VideoGame/CandyCanesChillyChistmas''.


An object show from UsefulNotes/{{Romania}}, '''''Challenge to Win''''' is an animated web show created by Mandea Catalin (or, for the sake of you [[NoPronunciationGuide not wanting to butcher the pronunciation of his name]], 100dcx). Being an object show itself, you might already know the premise (it's a competition GameShow).

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An object show from UsefulNotes/{{Romania}}, '''''Challenge to Win''''' is an animated web show created by Mandea Catalin (or, for the sake of you [[NoPronunciationGuide not wanting to butcher the pronunciation of his name]], 100dcx). Being an object show itself, you might already know the premise (it's a competition GameShow).
GameShow). It made its debut on Website/{{Scratch}} on September 20th, 2012 and transitioned over to Website/YouTube later on.

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* ChristmasEpisode: A couple of them in season 1: "Christmas Happiness" and "Late Christmas."
** In fact, there have been Christmas-themed games starring Candy Cane officially released on Newgrounds by 100dcx himself, ''Candy Cane's Chilly Christmas'' and ''Candy Cane's New Years''. There's another game called ''The Hunt for Gifts'' as well.
** There's also the short "Secret Santa."

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* AnimationBump: Compare the first episode, "The Meeting," to the episode "The New Guest." Or "Not Amused." Or even "Awkward Meeting." Yeah.

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