A Spinoff of BitF City that takes place a year prior to the RP, starring the characters Manty and Jay. After successfully getting rid of King Deevil (Or so they thought), Manty and Jay decide to move away from the city for a little relaxation. They take a plane ride (which crash-lands) to Moxinter Island, 668 miles away off the coast of Triglo Island. They discover three things, however: They're stuck there for the rest of their lives, the place is pretty much an Expy of Triglo Island in many aspects, and the resident mutant insects don't have a clue about technology. Thinking they'll be bored to death, Jay takes the parts of the plane and creates a hugely advanced computer with internet access. To keep their lives busy, they sign up as flash game reviewers for a huge entertainment website across the pond. Between the duo's zany antics, they review modern flash games for the website as well as playing old Atari 2600 games and such for kicks.
Designed as a successor to such TV shows such as Mystery Science Theater 3000 and Beavis and Butt-Head, the show is being worked on and will be in many different formats, including comics, written scripts, and videos.
Has recently made a set canon, with several other cartoon-like shorts. These include:
- Manty and Jay's Cool Show: Two types: One is the typical video game reviews, and the others are the adventures of Manty, Jay, and Cellar Creep, who have adventures in and around their actually living house, like trying to get rid of a traving salesman, visiting the Organ Hills (Also living), Jay's book club partner constantly trying to seduce him (which never works), or King Deevil attempting to eat Manty.
- Ultrasonic Megasonic (or Ultrasonic and Megasonic): Two robots who use increasingly illogical methods to kill each other, Spy vs. Spy style.
- Blockedd and Fwends: Blockedd (a stick figure made of non-Newtonian liquid) and Fluggonopud (a ball of lint with tentacles) go on nonsensical adventures on a blank 2D plane, interacting with other characters like Mr. Plantation (a snowball who enjoys extreme heat) and Charles (Blockedd's pet headless snake). Known for it's rather disturbing imagery.
- A.POC Doc: An aging old service robot tells of his old days riding out an apocalypse with a group of other survivors, the titular A.POC. Much more edgy and melancholy than the other shorts.
- Sanctuary C: A large steampunk robot and a mutant hillbilly crayfish decide to leave their home of Lake Harold and head for Sanctuary C, a heavenly paradise locked inside a large mountain. So, they decide to trek the world looking for Sanctuary C all while facing horrible monsters and dangerous obstacles. Takes place in the same timeline as A.POC Doc, but focused more on humor.
- The Chosen Trio: A trio of three animals: Yoko the Crow, Monray the Stingray, and Clyde the Python. Together, they live locked in a temple where stuff like living asteroids smashing the place up or tomb raiders stealing their dinner are completely normal. Hilarity Ensues.
Manty and Jay's Cool Show provides examples of:
- A Nazi by Any Other Name: Deevil and his robot army.
- Bizarro Episode: The whole point of Blockedd and Friends.
- Carnivore Confusion: Deevil, a cockroach, trying to eat Manty, a praying mantis. May be justified in that Manty's still a nymph, and real-life praying mantis nymphs are almost always eaten by other, bigger creatures.
- Cartoon Creature: Manty. It's been said several times that he's a praying mantis, albeit a very, very mutated one.
- Chaotic Neutral: Ultrasonic and Megasonic. While neither of them have been shown to be completely evil, they'll rough up other characters who stand in their way (Manty, for example)
- Everyone Calls Him "Barkeep": Jay's book club partner.
- Funny Background Event: Blockedd will often grow several limbs or tumors while he's in the background.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Jay.
- Just Eat Him: Deevil, after years of just trying to kill him, decided that eating him would be a lot more satisfying.
- Karmic Protection: Deevil's only after Manty because he's the one who ruined him in the first place. He's even occasionally nice to Jay.
- Morality Dial: S.L.U.G has one, changing him into a witty robot with a high German voice into a batshit insane killing machine.
- Mood Whiplash: Deevil ends up actually killing Manty once. This causes Deevil to go into deep depression, Jay becoming emo, ect. He comes back, of course.
- Ms. Fanservice: Jay's book club partner is a parody of these, who, for some reason, doesn't appeal to Jay.
- Nice Hat: Jay has a whole collection of these.
- No Fourth Wall
- Recycled In Space: Ultrasonic Megasonic is Spy vs. Spy meets Road Runner WITH KILLER ROBOTS!
- Rule of Funny: Why is a traveling salesman being attacked by a praying mantis and his living house? Because.
- Show Within a Show: Blockedd's Sherlock Holmes comics.
- Social Services Does Not Exist: Subverted. Jay's mentioned that they're after him a few times, since his parents pretty much didn't care that he got involved in a plane crash off some foreign island nobody really knows about.
- Team Rocket Wins: Ultrasonic almost always has to win, but Megasonic winning means Ultrasonic failing horribly and Mega rubbing it in his face.
- We Have Forgotten the Phlebotinum: Manty and Jay purposely left the Ultimateum Agates behind. Too bad.
- What Do You Mean, It's for Kids?: Adult humor is rampant here, yet it manages to stay clean.
- What Have I Done: Deevil, whenever he thinks he's killed Manty. Or when he did (see above). Also a trick used by Ultrasonic and Megasonic.