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Plumbers Don't Wear Ties (Windows)

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Title Screen

Plumbers Don't Wear Ties

Developer: United Pixtures
Publisher: United Pixtures
Platform: Windows
Released in US: 1993


GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.
SoundIcon.png This game has unused sounds.


And you were just a scroll away from being fired too...
Oh dear, I do believe I have the vapors.
This page contains content that is not safe for work or other locations with the potential for personal embarrassment.
Such as: Barely dressed Jane.

A game starring a plumber, a Daddy's Girl, upside-down chickens, cruel bosses, and the attack of wacky filters? ...Whoa, unused content too?!

Talk about infamous games like this one containing unused content on top of being responsible for killing the 3DO system!

Unused Slides

Various slides in the game are not used, even though time was taken to snap them and either invert or throw surreal filters on them.

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These images of John and Jane during their morning routines are skipped over.

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The sequence with Jane's job interview contains these images of Harry Armis the Narrator, but aren't used, especially since the audio clip is not long enough for them.

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The slide regarding technical difficulties (2012.BMP) is actually used during the scene in which Harry Armis recovers the story from Thelma's grasp, but exists here as an unused duplicate.

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The "technical difficulties" disclaimer (named 2229A.BMP) is also here, once again a duplicate, once again unused.

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Duplicate Audio

Within the Windows files, there are two versions of the audio played during the slideshow sequences. The used ones are labeled DIA##, while the unused ones are labeled EDIA##.

The primary difference is that the latter files are in 8-bit format and being smaller in size.