Laura's Second Screenmate Page


These screenmates are the ones I, well, just don't like mostly. I like the little animal ones, and these are people, mostly. They lack the cuteness element. Some are mildly diverting, however, and I'm willing to concede some people really like them, so here they are for your viewing pleasure.


SPOT95

It is, apparently, the lid to a 7up bottle(?). It sort of beetles around the screen. Fascinating (note sarcasm).


ANGEL

It's a little girl who thinks she's an angel. Very sweet. Very... angelic. But intensely dull. And she's too bloody cheerful all the time.


APRIL

She runs across the screen shouting things. Apparently it's humourous.


BOMBERMAN

Computer graphic style from days long gone. Follows the pointer. Again, BORING!


BOUNCER

Oh, Alright, I confess. This one's grown on me. It's a bouncer at the ministery of sound. It says things and you can change it's mood!


DEATHWISH DOG AND KAMIKAZI KAT

These come from that makers of the bouncer, and are apparently his pets. They interact on a basic level (as in they recognise one another's presence) and with the bouncer too. They commit suicide in various entertaining new ways...


CATKING

He's a wierd little guy. He runs around in a red cape looking sort of sinister.


LION

No, don't see the point. He's a bit like the Catking. He fights and juggles, and his hat leaps and hangs suspended in the air in a most unlikely fashion.


LIONKING

Old man with a cane, a pipe, a handgun and an evil laugh. Nothing to do with the adventures of Timon and Pumba. Sadly. I feel they could improve the program.


MULTI

Anime girl with a mop (of green hair) and unreadable speech bubbles. Unreadable to me with my English operating system, anyway.


OLDPA

He's a slow old man, dressed like a caveman. He does exciting thing like....um.......


ORANGE

It's an orange. As in, the fruit. It rolls across the screen and splats. Killer.


TUNMY

A master of disguise. Of two disguises, anyway.


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