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Stratostar
Stratostar.png
Stratostar with hazards turned off in Fraymakers.
Appearance Fraymakers
Home stage for CommanderVideo
Music track(s)
  • BIT.TRIP Medley

Stratostar is a stage in Fraymakers hailing from BIT.TRIP Presents... Runner2: Future Legend of Rhythm Alien that serves as a home stage for CommanderVideo.

Layout

Stratostar consists of a large main platform and a small soft platform slowly moving back and forth across the stage. With hazards turned on, this platform floats high above the main platform, which contains three trampolines that spring players high into the air upon being stepped on. With hazards turned off, these trampolines are not present and the moving platform is closer to the main platform.

Music

  • The music track arranged by Super Soul Bros. is BIT.TRIP Medley, an orchestral jazz medley consisting of various tracks from BIT.TRIP Presents... Runner2: Future Legend of Rhythm Alien, including Sadds, Runner2 Theme, and Cloud Titans.

Origin

Stratostar in BIT.TRIP Presents... Runner2: Future Legend of Rhythm Alien.

Stratostar is the first level of The Welkin Wonderland, the first world in BIT.TRIP Presents... Runner2: Future Legend of Rhythm Alien. Like all levels in this world, it takes place in the sky and features anthropomorphic hills and floating factories and warehouses in the background. Being the first level in the game, it features a simple layout consisting of long stretches of flat platforms with few obstacles. Unlike the stage in Fraymakers, this level does not contain trampolines, which are introduced in the tenth main level of the world, Into Thin Air.

Trivia

  • Stratostar, along with Backyard and Merchant Port, was one of the three stages shown for the game's reveal through Kickstarter and one of the five stages initially planned for the base game.
  • The layout of this stage with hazards turned off is reminiscent to that of Smashville from the Super Smash Bros. series and Super Smash Flash 2.
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