Strong Bad's Cool Game for Attractive People: Episode One - Homestar Ruiner

Telltale has new episodic series for E3

Graphs going up with 1 million sales so far.

Telltale Inc. plans to unveil a new adventure series at E3, following the million-episode-selling success of Sam & Max, Strong Bad's Cool Game for Attractive People and Wallace and Gromit.

WiiWare Roundup

WiiWare Roundup

Strong Bad Episode 1 and My Aquarium.

Strong Bad's Cool Game For Attractive People Episode 1: Homestar Ruiner

Developer: Telltale Games

Publisher: Telltale Games

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Strong Bad and fish on Wii Shop

Two WiiWare titles this Friday.

Nintendo has updated the PAL Wii Shop with the first episode of the Strong Bad point-and-click adventure from Telltale Games, along with Hudson Soft's My Aquarium.

Strong Bad gets WiiWare, PC date

Animated series adapted by Telltale.

Telltale Games says the first episode of WiiWare and PC adventure series Strong Bad's Cool Game for Attractive People will be available on 11th August.

First Strong Bad episode details

First Strong Bad episode details

Homestar Ruiner out next month.

Telltale Games has revealed details of the first episode in its upcoming WiiWare and PC adventure series based on Homestar Runner, Strong Bad's Cool Game for Attractive People.

It's going to be called Homestar Ruiner. "It starts as a typical day for our animated hero, who gets busy checking his email, playing some Snake Boxer 5, and bugging his friends," the developer explained overnight.

"But the tables turn when a scheme to win the tri-annual Race to the End of the Race sticks Strong Bad with an unwanted house guest: Homestar Runner, disgraced athlete and all-around downer.

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Nintendo WiiWare Roundup

Final Fantasy, LostWinds, Eating, Pop, World of Goo, Strong Bad.

On 10th and 11th April, Nintendo of America invited a select group of journalists to a media event to experience the company's upcoming Wii, DS and WiiWare titles firsthand. While standing in a hallway before the event began, we caught a glimpse of NOA president and COO Reggie Fils-Aime as he was ushered through a back door and out of sight. Alas, Reggie never made a public appearance at the show. Like those who track the elusive Bigfoot, we were only able to capture a fuzzy cell phone photograph as evidence of his presence. But who is going to believe us? [Or care. -Ed]