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This article is about a Youtube Pooper that makes Flash Poops.
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 This Pooper is Dormant and unclassified to be retired or on hiatus.

In Brief[edit]

RedKing920 is a video remixer from Sweden. He/She made two flash-poops using the infamous CD-i game cutscenes as sources.


RedKing920 registered on Youtube on September 4, 2007. He released his first video on June 17, 2008, which is called "Youtube Poop - The King & His Computer". Popular flash and story-based poops of CD-i cutscenes already existed, and his creation took part in the scene of story-telling video remixes. He/She used Windows Movie Maker Vista and Photoshop, but that was enough to create a popular video with hundreds of thousands views.

For a very long time, many people asked him/her about when he makes a new video. Well, on the second day of year 2010, RedKing920 released a new video, called "Youtube Poop - Hotel Mario Deleted Cutscenes". It's a huge improvisation of style over his first video, as he/she uses more programs than Photoshop. It is basically showing lots of scenes with random stuff happening, all seperated from occuring tv noises with subliminal pictures as transitions.

Now, he/she remains another inactive user, as his/her last activity date is the release date of the latest video. Will there be a continuation?

First poop made[edit]

Youtube Poop - The King & His Computer


Preferred Sources[edit]

  • Link - The Faces of Evil
  • Zelda - The Wand of Gamelon
  • Hotel Mario

Preferred Methods[edit]

  • Flash poop
  • Subliminal images
  • Sentence mixing
  • Word-trim
  • Audio replacement

Used Software[edit]

  • Windows Movie Maker Vista
  • Adobe Photoshop/After Effects/Premiere Pro/Soundbooth/Illustrator CS3
  • Autodesk 3d Studio Max 2010


Both his videos have a pretty good reception.


Despite of the typical criticisms of some people not liking his style, humor and/our usage of the CD-i cutscene sources, there isn't some kind of big criticism going on.


  • Hundreds of thousand views for both videos
  • Thousands of subscribers