Throughout the history of Battle for Dream Island, there exists content that was not generally intended to be seen, noticed, or otherwise was lost to the basic audience at one point in time. Content here could include items from the drawings (TFI, TFP), the show (BFDI, BFDIA, IDFB, BFB, TPOT), hidden content out of bounds in .fla files for animations, or other media that is BFDI related.
Please note that for all intents and purposes, none of the information documented is considered to be canon with the rest of the series.
- 1 Shorts
- 2 Beta and Unused Assets
- 3 Games
- 4 Comics and drawings
- 5 Merchandise
- 6 References
Paper Towel's original file (towel.fla) contains the concept art of Blocky's hazmat suit as well as the storyboard for the short.
In the files, characters that don't appear in the video have their bodies present.
Beta and Unused Assets
In the fla. files, unused and very old assets that weren't used can be seen.
9-Ball currently has the most unused assets coincidentally at nine.
Fries currently has the most beta assets at five as a contestant.
This area lists content in the BFDI-related games that were never used.
These characters are playable through level editing and were possibly coded in advance for future usage.
Levels 1-53 are all coded and fully playable with ease. However, levels 54+ are all consisting of flashing backgrounds with no characters in sight. Progress in these levels is impossible and cannot be done without a download of 5b.swf and levels.txt.
Woody's Incredible Journey to the Escape from Eternal Terror
Woody's Incredible Journey to the Escape from Eternal Terror was uploaded to the bfdi.tv website in July of 2010. Since it was intended for use by Andrew Wang, its link was known by few. On January 1st, 2017, the game's existence was confirmed by a tweet on the jacknjellify Twitter account. It was later rediscovered online to the general public on October 15th, 2017. Michael Huang later said it was still unreleased, even after acknowledging the edited version of the game. This confirms that the public was not intended to see the game, as the link was intended to be seen by few.
In the files of the game, multiple unused enemy names are present, along with nonexistent coordinates that do not appear on the basic map without editing map.txt.
Glue Stick of Frustration 15 12 25 50 100 Pointy Pencil of Doom 20 18 30 80 100 Unlucky Coin of Confusion 10 30 15 100 120 Strange Rectangle of Chaos 30 15 55 150 170 Bob the Wizard 40 30 50 200 500 The Demon 80 50 200 0 0 Robert 90 80 150 1000 1000
Interestingly, these enemies are not present on the final release of The Land of Stuff, which was the base of the hack. The real version of The Land of Stuff can be downloaded here.
Level up messages
It appears that a combat system was in development for WIJTTEFET, but was cut for currently unknown reasons. The following messages remain:
You've leveled up! New strength level: New defense level: New HP level:
Comics and drawings
This area lists the unused or unseen articles of info in the drawings, comics, and other pre-BFDI content.
Total Firey Island
In Total Firey Island, there are 18 books in total, however, only 9 of the 18 were uploaded in full to Carykh. Even though books 10-17 are unseen in full and only book 18's ending is seen, where Pencil had won the comic series.
Total Firey Points
Due to Total Firey Points only being seen once, only books 1 and 5 were seen partially. They were demonstrated to show the original storyboard of the first episode of BFDI, Take the Plunge. Books 2, 3, and 4 are unseen, and their existence is unconfirmed.
Similarly to Total Firey Island and Total Firey Points having unseen books, the comic series Firey has a missing book, being number 3. The book was later found, as shown on We Discovered Our Forgotten "Firey" Comics.