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Jun 19, 2006 | 8:47 AM EDT

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Author Comments

Most of you know me for Retarded Animal Babies (don't forget there's a brand new DVD out!), but there's another oddity on the internet I'm responsible for: this interdimensional 25-gesture version of Rock-Paper Scissors. Originally made as a plain ol' JPG on my art site (, by popular demand I teamed up with my programmer/buddy Andy (also the voice of "Dudley" on "Sci-Fi Guys") to create this interactive version.

Features: Select not just the 25-gesture version (RPS-25) but among several smaller versions as well, to prevent brain poppage. There are 1- and 2-player modes for any game.

I hope you enjoy the game!



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

I play rps

Dynamite is two fingers extended in my version and inpolsion is an O where it beats everything.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Great Idea!

Where and how did you think of all of these hand gestures and results? Brilliant how you did it but the AI for one player always picked the sames ones over and over.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


Good game, but theres some stupid things, like paper vs moon, and dragon breathes lightning... overall.....SWEET!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Holy-crap, this is complicated! But fun!

Did you guys come up with all these gestures? If not, where did you find them?

Perfectly balanced. I'll have to write down all of the combinations for the next time I go on a road trip with friends.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Great game.

If this isn't already a real sport, it should be. Imagine the tournaments. Scissors stab monkey!

This was great graphics, great programming, and a nice end result. My only complaints would have to be that lightning beats way too much, and the AI didn't feel very 'random'... it always seemed to follow you to the last symbol you used. It might just be my imagination, as a computer opponent who can keep the game equal never seemed very fair... (see random speed boosts in games like mario kart...)

Anyway, good job. Keep it up.