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Studio Quest Archive: Section II
by, 08-02-2012 at 09:01 PM (99 Views)
Last time, I talked about what the game is about, so I should come out with the shows that are mentioned and the studio. There are ten shows made by the four creators, and they play roles as levels for the game.
The studio the game primarily takes place in is in the desert, the same desert where the town Jerry and the cast live. The studio looks like a warehouse, but it's used as a TV show production center. The left side has four exhibits that are adjacent to each other, each one of them storing information about the show (like a plastic model of the main character or a 3-D set with props). The right side has the same. In the back, there are two exhibits that are similar to the exhibits on the left and right sides, but they are next to both sides by corner. Also, there's an elevator that takes you down to the secret room 20 feet below the court yard. Speaking of that, there's a court yard in the center of the studio. It's a nice place to relax and visit as long as there are no zombies.
There are ten shows made by the four creators that work in the studio. They are:
The Urban Legends - It's a show that revolves around a city, where each episode has three short and crazy adventures. The host of the show is Mr. Bark, a talking dog who talks about each cartoon played in the episode. Although there are almost no characters of the same in each cartoon (besided the talking dog), the show prominently takes place in the park, the safest and most beautiful part of the city.
Town of the Country - The show is about a town in the forest that is hated by its neighbors, four towns surrounding the main one. Each episode is about a fight between a local town and Country Town, the main town.
Galactic Adventures - The show is about a crew of space rangers who explore different planets and save them from the evil aliens. Each episode is focusing on a different planet and a different conflict, but the same space rangers (and the ship they use) are in every episode.
Amusement Harbor - The show is about a sea-side amusmement park that a group of kids go to and have fun. In each episode, there's always one ride that breaks down, and the kids who are focused on help save the ride before the entrepreneur decides to remove the ride.
Life in the Swamp - The show is about a girl who got lost in the swamp as she is looking for her way back home. Each episode has a continuous plot, where the show goes on and on until the end.
Halloween Night - The show is similar to The Urban Legends, but each episode has three spooky tales, one about monsters, one about pumpkins, and the other about graveyards. The same guy who did The Urban Legends did this show.
Winter Island - The show takes place on an island that is always cold. Each episode is about a winter-themed activity and how the characters can handle the island. The same guy who did Amusement Harbor did this show.
Sally Nook - The show is about a sea turtle named Sally Nook, and it takes place in an underwater city called Caribbean City. Each episode is an adventure of Sally and her friend as they go on expeditions to other places in the Caribbean Sea, usually to find out what's threatening the city.
Chompers Deluxe - The show is based on board games, where each episode is about four chompers playing a board game until they get to the finish. The show was made by the same guy who made Galactic Adventures and Life in the Swamp.
The Southwestern Tales - The show is based on a desert town and problems the town is dealing with. Every episode is about a conflict with the town, and they end with the solution to the problem. The same guy who made Town of the Country and Sally Nook made this show.
The next entry should be about the characters.