I'm sure it's just coincidental though. I mean, how else would you depict the clock tower? You can't really have a cube, that's hardly good architecture.
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#9thescorpionPosted 3/22/2008 3:41:39 AM
To be honest Zakum and the Cave of Trial maps remind me of hell more than Ludi does due to fact that the lava that's in the Cave of Trial maps would make the place extremely very hot to be inside of.
The 9 levels of the Ludi Toy Factory strikes me as being cold rather than hot and would have more in common with the Futurama version.
IIRC the Robot version on Futurama had 9 levels, was in Cleveland according to the purple haired Leela and was inside a abandoned carnival ride (which we saw when Fry and Leeya went to go and rescue Bender). --- Looks like they have spilled coffee on the server again.
#10sonicfreak0221Posted 3/22/2008 7:08:03 AM
Futurama's "Robot Hell" was influenced greatly by Dante's Inferno, and was located in New Jersey. --- SCREW THE RULES! I HAVE GREEN HAIR!- Seto Kaiba Swat Kats is the best cartoon I have seen. (Is a T-Bone fanboy)