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Flash Game of the Week : 7 September 2006: South Park Studio Print E-mail
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Written by Christophor "SuperGuido" Rick   
Thursday, 07 September 2006

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So come on down to south park and meet some friends of mine... This week's FGoW goes to South Park. GOBBLEZ!! Not so much a game as it is a very cool and fun way to gobble up some time. But that's sort of what a game is isn't it?

So welcome to South Park Studio v2. Ever wondered what you would look like if you were a South Park character? Well so did we, and this is what we found out.

If I were a South Park character I would probably look something like this. Of course I don't have the SuperGuido t-shirt yet, but I will some day...I will...

If Cigdangle were a South Park character, he might resemble this. Notice the grinding teeth firmly gripping the cigarette, probably due to being unable to complete a level on some game.

If TurboGoat was a South Park character he might be something like this. Well he's a pilot so what could I do but make him a pilot. How else do you think we went all the way to South Park?

Of course I took the images from the game and edited them slightly in Photoshop. There is no save option in the game but it was easy enough to print screen them and load them into Photoshop for a bit of quick editing and additions.

For the most part what you see is what you can get over at the South Park Studio. I'm not sure of the legality of it all and at this point I am not really worried. Because it's good fun.

The game could use more options and configurability but I understand it's a lot of work to draw all the pieces. Overall it was everything I wanted at the time and I spent a fair amount of time not only making the new avatars but fooling around with the game in general.

Want to make an adult or a fat character? Basically you're out of luck at the moment. But if everyone is real nice and asks This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it , the game's creator, maybe, just maybe you'll get your wish. Though I suspect donating to the hosting cause would probably be the best form of bribery. I know I would be more inclined to do something for free if I knew I wasn't going to end up paying for it somehow.

Fire up Chef Aid in Winamp, call Satan, Osama and Saddam. Spin the dradle and get to it already! So get on down to South Park and leave your woes behind! TIMMAHY!

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