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#116 Pitch & Switch

Each of Plok's arms are unique. Not x-flipped, oh no.

#116 Pitch & Switch

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Volume 5

#116 Pitch & Switch

Each of Plok's arms are unique. Not x-flipped, oh no.

Fri, 24 Feb 2017

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Comments

Didn't expect a new Plok so soon given how slowly they've been rolling out lately.

 

What is up with Rockyfella's neck?

 

Cheez

to be fair, which I guess we aren't, having one hand pinned down does make it a little more difficult to prove anything.

 

Joseph Collins

That's-- that's funny. That's funny... and really clever.

Kudos on the "in-universe" explanation of "sprite flipping!"

 

Ste Pickford

Thanks!

 

OBJECTION!! You are blind Judge and Jury. Can you not see that one of Plok's arm is lock down. He couldn't catch it with his other hand because of that! I know for a fact that Plok can use both his arms to fight so he is both left and right handed. Why don't you look at the game again. You see that Plok used both his arms to fight. If you don't believe that than... YOU'RE ALL CHEATING!!

 

Zob, if you want good evidences against Plok may I suggest getting or forcing the Pickford Brothers to make a sequel Plok game. Then you can show the judge how bad Plok is. (Whispering to Pickford Brothers: hey Pickford Brothers! Can you please make the prototype sequel game to give to Zob as hard as the Plok game but then add in the save feature when you release the full game. Thanks)

 

Plok is like a puppy; toss him a tennis ball and he abandons all sense.

 

Ste Pickford

I copied that slightly head-tilted expression in the first panel from my puppy.

 

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