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  • Col termine Glitch, di origine inglese, si intende un errore all'interno di un programma creato nel mondo informatico. Una glitch è un errore che si manifesta nelle più svariate maniere, ma che, a differenza dei Bug, necessita dell'operato del giocatore/programmatore per comparire; normalmente, infatti, la glitch non si manifesta, ma può essere ottenuta con una particolare circostanza, che sia questa volontaria o involontaria.
  • A glitch is a code or user error that causes a problem that can disrupt gameplay or site navigation.
  • A glitch is a malfunction in N which often impedes the player's progress and can be quite annoying at times. For example a rocket can sometimes go through tiles, or the ninja can go through oneway platforms, if they are placed on a corner. Many people, however, have used glitches to their own advantage in maps. For example, the maps Bugs, bugs, and bugs- The Collectors Edition by formica and Glitch Engine by player_03 are good examples of how glitches can be used.
  • A glitch in Driv3r is any behavior by the game engine and mechanics that is unexpected or was not intended by the developers. Examples: * The Abyss is a common glitch that a lot of games have where you can leave the world bounds or fall inside parts of the map. * The Scaffolding Glitch
  • A glitch (also known as a bug) is a fault in a program that causes it to function improperly. The severity of glitches can vary. Severe glitches include the infamous Falador Massacre, where a player was able to attack other players outside of a player-versus-player zone. This was an extraordinary case as most of the glitches have no impact on the gameplay, and neither are harmful to other players.
  • A Finals-universe character from The Refugees, played by Geoffrey Lee.
  • Glitch appears in all three episodes of the miniseries and is part of the central group of heroes also including DG, Wyatt Cain, and Raw. These characters are analogous to the central characters of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, with DG, Glitch, Cain, and Raw respectively representing Dorothy Gale, the Scarecrow, the Tin Woodman, and the Cowardly Lion.
  • Glitch is clank's dead brother.
  • Glitch (originally GirlGlitch) is one of the Administrators and Builders of Minecraft Central.
  • The Muse-Matilda Border gate is an interactive object flagged as if it were a pushable box or a boulder. As such, the player can move it, being able to access the Matilda area, and it's side-quests, early in the game.
  • Many glitches are graphical, i.e. floating stones, walls not reaching the ground, or black-and white striped armor. Glitches are often introduced by game updates.
  • Un glitch (también conocido como bug, en términos informáticos), es un error durante la ejecución en un programa o aplicación, ocasionado por una omisión durante la programación del mismo. Un videojuego es en esencia una aplicación y como tal está expuesto a tener un glitch o bug si se comete un error durante la fase de programación.
  • Glitch is the primary protagonist of Metal Arms: Glitch in the System. He is a walking, talking alien robot who the player controls in the fight against the Mil army. He is voiced by Dave Wittenberg.
  • A glitch (or bug) is an unintentional mistake or problem made on Habbo. They can be as harmless as a minor graphics error, or as severe as confidential information being released, open code (can help hackers) or exploits in Habbo's security systems. Abusing a bug can and will result with a ban, from Habbo staff.
  • A glitch is a programming error in which lines of coding get mixed up and cause weird things to happen in-game. More often than not, a glitch can cause a game freeze or crash.
  • A glitch is a flaw/unintended effect within a game. RuneScape Classic has seen many glitches; here is a page where they are documented.
  • Een "glitch" is een soort van bug dat ervoor zorgt dat het spel 'Runescape' zeer slecht gaat reageren. Dit kan veroorzaakt worden door een speler's naam "Null", als je dit doet is er een grote kans dat je voor altijd word geband. Ook als je een nieuwe account aan maakt. En als je iemand vindt met de naam "Null" moet je hem direct reporteren.
  • Glitch is from the SyFy miniseries Tin Man and is the "boldly reimagned" version of the Scarecrow from The Wizard of Oz. Half of his brain was taken out by the forces of evil, and there is a functional zipper on his head to denote his status as a headcase. Due to his chronic memory problems plus wide-eyed optimism he's usually not that fussed by this. As of ​July 2011, Glitch has been given his brain back (sort of) by the aliens. Things are weird. Character Survey of Doom | Permissions Meme
  • Glitch is a brilliant spy, completing an impressive array of missions. Missions for which his moronic partner Rollout gets the credit. Considering that Glitch not only does the work, but keeps Rollout alive, the credit distribution isn't exactly fair, but them's the breaks.
  • right Un glitch es un error de programación que aparece en casi todos los juegos del mundo, incluyendo los de Kirby. Los glitches pueden afectar el juego de diversas maneras, los efectos más comunes de un glitch son errores gráficos (gráficos basura, por ejemplo) y en algunos casos más graves puede producir el congelamiento del juego, a pesar de que hay glitches con efectos negativos, también hay otros que son beneficiosos para el jugador, ya que con ellos es posible conseguir objetos y habilidades infinitas, engañar al juego para realizar una acción útil (como el glitch de cambiar un enemigo por un micrófono o una bomba) e incluso en ocasiones visitar lugares fuera de los límites del juego, lo cual puede resultar interesante para jugadores curiosos.
  • Un glitch (error) en el ámbito de la informática o los videojuegos es un error que, al no afectar negativamente al rendimiento, jugabilidad o estabilidad del programa o juego en cuestión, no puede considerarse un bug, sino más bien una "característica no prevista".
  • Los Glitch o también conocidos por Bugs son errores técnicos del juego que se pueden experimentar de forma casual, osea error de los desarrolladores del juego o también por medio de programas (Software) no autorizado por Nintendo como el conocido ActionReplay con Animal Crossing: Wild World.
  • A glitch is the unintended behavior of a game, usually a result of a programming mistake, or by overlooking a specific (usually esoteric) sequence of events that players can, but aren't expected to, perform during normal gameplay. A glitch is usually nondetrimental to the player's experience, and can be so minor that it easily goes unnoticed. Sometimes, however, it can be severe enough to freeze the game, cause the playable character to be KO'd for no apparent reason, or even corrupt the entire save file and force the player to restart from the beginning. In certain cases, glitches can be helpful to players. 'Glitching' a game refers to a player intentionally triggering the unintended behavior.
  • A Glitch is an error from the Zoo Tycoon series. There are glitches if you do one problem.
  • A Glitch is the flaw in the RuneScape program. They range from Durial's Falador Massacre to the simple house bench glitch. Abusing them for personal gain is against Rule 4 and will result in a ban if found guilty. Several emotes cause glitches - an incomplete list can be found here.
  • Un glitch, en término informáticos, es un fallo a la hora de crear un programa (en el caso de la saga Grand Theft Auto, un videojuego) que luego se representan en el juego de una forma rara en la que no debería actuar.
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  • Glitch is in constant pain. He is called Glitch because of his malfunctioning nervous system, which gives him the ability to create glitches in reality (this makes sense.) He uses this to his advantage, but his health weakens him, causing him immense pain when he tries to push himself past his limits. He refuses to go into medical care because he wants to enforce justice and make himself reknown for being a hero, like his hero, Samus Aran. This doesn't make any sense, because constant pain would probably get in the way of justice-getting more than constant pain. Also his last wish just before he dies is to meet her.
  • A glitch is a short-lived fault in a computer system. Normally, a glitch occurs only once, but it can occur multiple times in a particular software program.
  • A glitch is an unintended loophole, occurrence, shortcut, etc. in a game. It can be caused by any number of things, from buggy gameplay, to abuseable physics, to manipulation of the way the game handles things. Some glitches simply do weird things and possibly even break the game, and in some particularly bad cases, corrupt save files. Others can be beneficial, making the game easier, or even much faster to play through-- which is why they are often used in speedruns, particularly tool-assisted ones.
  • Originating Location: Europe/US Originating Era: Late 1990s
  • Ein Glitch ist eine ungewollte Funkion (also ein Fehler), die durch die Kombination von 2 gewollten Funktionen ausgelöst wird.
  • « jajaj xd aqui estoi » - Glitch. Glitch o InkDemon fue un Civil en la Confederación Sigma. Ex-Miembro de la Legión del Dragón.
  • Glitch was a flat-head goblin mercenary for General Tytugg. He and Clodwit attempted to assassinate Vox Verlix, but Glitch was killed by a booby trap in the Palace of Statues.
  • Glitch was a Fusion virus created by Lord Fuse to corrupt the maverick hunters data bases and get information.
  • A glitch is a program error in any piece of software, including the Animal Crossing series. They can be beneficial or harmful, but no glitch is purposefully put in a game.
  • Glitch eli toimintahäiriö on häiriö pelin ohjelmoinnissa. Toimintahäiriöiden vakavuudet ovat vaihtelevia, pahimmissa tapauksissa pelaajia rankaistaan porttikielloilla. Yleisimpiä toimintahäiriötiä ovat pelin grafiikkahäiriöt, joilla ei ole vaikutusta pelin talouteen. Kuuluisin toimintahäiriö on Faladorin joukkosurma, jossa tietyt pelaajat pääsivät tappamaan toisia pelaajia ympäri RuneScapea.
  • Categoría: Esbozos Un Glitch es un error de programación de un videojuego, donde se llega a una situación no contemplada por el programador y puede resultar en un comportamiento impredecible del videojuego, pudiendo causar el cuelgue del videojuego. Los glitches son errores que causan algun resultado interesante y en los videojuegos como Halo pueden ser usados para conseguir una ventaja, o simplemente para curiosear; estos pueden ser hechos intencionalmente o por un simple error de programación.
  • A glitch is a usually short-lived fault in a Terminator's system.
  • Ein Glitch (bzw. Bug) ist ein Fehler in einem Programmcode, welcher verschiedene Ursachen und Dinge verursacht. Manche Glitches sind sehr gefährlich, weshalb man Glitches mit Vorsicht benutzen sollte. Man kann Glitches nicht mit Cheats vergleichen.
  • Glitch is the main character and the primary protagonist in Metal Arms: Glitch in the System. He is voiced by Dave Wittenberg.
  • Glitches eller Bugs er programeringsfeil som ikke har blit rettet på før spillet blir utgitt. Folk som tar fordel av glitches kalles Glitchere.
  • This page lists all (or most) known bugs. * Name: Most glitches don't have a name, so the name given just helps to identify them. * Reproducibility: How often can this glitch be reproduced. Low, Medium or High. * Cause: Why this happens. * Code: Caused by some coding flaws, such as allowing a variable to reach unwanted values. * Engine: Caused by a problem with an engine: physics, sound, graphic, etc. * Design: Caused by faulty location, model, etc. design. * Harmless: No if the glitch can make the game unplayable or have other serious effects. Yes otherwise.
  • A glitch is a short-lived computing error generated by an unintended execution.
  • These usually happen when zooming out with a zooming mod.
  • Glitch is an all-terrain battle drone, armed with stun lasers and a photon gun. He is remote-controlled and often used for demolitions. His partner is Rollout.
  • This is a building list of currently recognized glitches in the Carnivores series. It should be noted that most one time only glitches happen due to memory leaks. Action Forms did not code certain parts of the engine properly and it can result from anything such as random bugs to crashing the player's computer. Memory Leaks can also hide other bugs in the game. If these memory leaks are removed, the bugs will appear again.
  • A bright green experiment with a round torso, pudgy arms and legs, a large round head with little mouth, round nose, dark green eyes, a small arrow-shaped mark above his face (In his episode, his marking was originally V-shaped) and two thin antennae that resembles a cross between Morpholomew (316) and Poxy (222). Designed to turn technology against its user by entering machines and making them malfunction, operating like a computer virus. Lilo tricked him into being downloaded into her video game. He was released as of Leroy and Stitch to help fight the Leroy clones. His one true place is Lilo's video game, rendering the games harder.
  • Glitch is the son of Brian Reilly, chief legbreaker of The Westies in "Headhunters". Glitch's given name is Michael Reilly, which is particularly relevant since he's a corpse as the episode begins, gunned down with a bag of severed heads by a party or parties unknown. His street name comes from his tendency to be a complete screw-up, a trait which would have seen him dead long since with any other family. He has, just recently, abandoned a truckload of medical supplies on the freeway since he didn't think to put gas in the tank.
  • Effects that glitches cause can vary. Glitches can be harmful, with such side effects as freezing or crashing the game, causing a level to be unplayable, or KOing a player for no apparent reason. Not all glitches have negative side effects, however; some just allow the player to continue playing the game as usual, such as the Black hole glitch, while others can merely be done for fun, such as the Name Entry glitch and all of its variations. Some can even be considered helpful in some ways, such as the regenerating terrain glitch on Jigglypuff and R.O.B.
  • A glitch in Chip's Challenge is a fault in the program which is caused by a coding error. The majority of glitches occur in Microsoft's version of Chip's Challenge, which was released in 1992. The MS emulation version of Tile World deliberately reproduces these glitches in order to maintain a fair basis for scorekeeping. The more basic glitches in the MS version are: * Controller and Boss Glitch * Teleport Skip Glitch * Mouse Panel Glitch * Long First Second Glitch * Button Smash Glitch * Tank Top Glitch
  • Glitch is a Key Tool from the Super Computer. It is blue and gray in color with a gold tool bar. Glitch is capable of becoming most objects, can project energy shields, and be used as a communication device. It can also hear its Guardian from great distances and can interface with other software, such as a system paint program. Like all key tools, Glitch runs on stored energy and its battery must be recharged. Glitch used to be joined with Guardian Dixon Green. After she was deleted by the virus Killabyte, Glitch joined with her partner Bob.
  • Elsa and Jack are at the orphanage, talking with the nurse, who tells them that the girl's name is Vanellope, but everyone else called her "the glitch" because she was trying to make some friends and have someone adopt her, but they were too scared and refused to adopt her, so they bullied her because of it. Elsa knows how she's feeling because of what happened in the past and that's why they made her a bet to steal the guardians' weapons, but she wonders why they would made her do some of the dirty work. Then, Elsa looks at a poster and asks Vanellope about it. She says that there's going to be a big race track called Sugar Rush Racetrack Game. Then, Jack has an idea about adopting her and helping her win the racing game, but the only way to do that is by beating the one and only King Can
  • Glitches are defects in a Demon's Cover that betray his supernatural origins. Glitches are the result of lacking maintenance from the God-Machine, which used to keep its Angels intact and working (or at least recycle their parts to assemble a new Angel). Glitches depend on a variety of catalysts, but most are tied to the Demon's Primum. Most vanish after a certain period of time, but some are more persistent.
  • A glitch (or bug) is an error in the coding of a game causing parts of the game to act differently to the way they were designed. Sometimes, this will result in a major advantage to a player (such as gaining extra experience in a skill or winning a game) and may be abused by players. Because Stellar Dawn will be brand new, it is likely that there will be a lot of glitches. Although, a closed beta is planned, and Jagex will likely fix any reported bugs before the official release in 2011. There are two ways to report a bug:
  • Kategorie:Stub Als Glitch werden Fehler von Programierern bezeichnet, die einem Spieler auf bestimmte Weise helfen. Im Gegensatz zu Bugs (Fehler von Programierern, die einem das Spielen erschweren/unmöglich machen) sind viele Let's Player mit dem Suchen nach Glitches beschäftigt, meist werden Videos davon auf YouTube gestellt. Eine Liste von berühmten Glitches aus Metroid Prime: Hunters
  • Glitch is the main antagonist, and final boss, of the video game Garfield Caught In The Act. He is created when Garfield attempts to fix the TV that Odie broke (thanks to Garfield scaring him) before Jon could find out. However, he throws away the spare pieces, which transform into the electronic/metal monster, who decides to trap Garfield into the TV.
  • I used to use the computer a lot. I would stay up late just surfing the web, playing games I’d beaten long ago. I guess it had become an obsession. It got so bad that I would stay up till midnight just doing nothing. I tried to stop. Sometimes I could manage to go to sleep early, but lately I’ve haven't been in bed before eleven. It’s weird, I never feel like this during the day. I can handle not being on the computer in the morning. I get lots of stuff done; cleaning up, studying, pretty much being a productive person. But now things have gotten worse. But it got worse. Fry’s eyes are missing.
  • A glitch, in Actives, is a flaw in the Dollhouse's memory alteration technology. Exhibiting unerased memories is called glitching. After imprints, Actives are wiped back to their "tabula rasa" state, and are not supposed to retain memories of their former lives or their previous imprints. However, this process is not perfect, and an active may remember certain events or behaviors. Psychoactive drugs, head injuries or emotional stress may contribute to glitching.
  • A glitch (also known as a bug) is a fault in a program that causes it to function improperly. The severity of glitches can vary. The most common glitch is the recurring graphical stretching glitch, which causes models to stretch, but has no impact on the gameplay. More severe glitches include the infamous Falador Massacre, where a player was able to attack other players outside of a player-versus-player area.
  • In video games, a glitch is a programming error which results in behavior not intended by the programmers. Glitches may include incorrectly displayed graphics, collision detection errors, game freezes/crashes, sound issues, and others. Some glitches are potentially dangerous to the game save data. During quality assurance (such as the role of a game tester for video games), glitches must be located, a report compiled, and then fed back to the programmers. Read more: Game Bugs
  • Glitch (also known as clicks and cuts) is a genre of electronic music that became popular in the late 1990s with the increasing use of digital signal processing, particularly on computers. Glitch is influenced by Musique concrète, techno, industrial and ambient music, is focused on rhythm and is sometimes considered a sub-genre of IDM. (The term "clicks n cuts" comes from a representative compilation series by the German record label Mille Plateaux called Clicks and Cuts.) Notable artists working within the genre include:
  • frame|En varulv upplever en "strechy skin" glitch.En glitch (även känd som en bugg) är ett fel i programmet som gör att det inte fungerar korrekt. Svårighetsgraden av glapp kan variera. En glitch orsakade en spelares användarnamn att visas som "null" omedelbart efter inloggning, en annan är svåra att hitta, men är ändå ett allvarligt fel som får spelare att döda andra spelare utanför Wilderness. Efter det tillfälliga utsläppet av RuneScape Classic 2009, gällde "null" namn glitch fortfarande. [[Fil:GlitchyHouse.jpg|thumb|249px|En grafisk glitch i ett hus som ägs av en spelare.]]
  • [[Archivo:Glitch_con_el_Bloodmount.png|thumb|267px|Un jugador montando un Bloodmount después de realizar un glitch]] Se le denomina Glitch a un error cometido a propósito por el jugador dentro de un videojuego. Un glitch se provoca haciendo algo indebido que no era en realidad lo necesario a hacer dentro del juego y que da como resultado algo positivo, divertido o curioso. Cabe destacar que un glitch no es lo mismo que un Bug, ya que el anterior se efectúa solo y el glitch requiere que alguien lo realice.
  • A glitch is a common term for any behaviors or interactions in a video game that are not intended by the developers. They are usually caused by programming errors within the game's coding. There are many different kinds of glitches, as they can appear almost anywhere within the code. Some glitches will crash the game or otherwise render it unplayable, while others are relatively harmless, or even enhance the game. Some glitches are caused by damaged games. Some only activate when the player presses a certain sequence of input commands (pressing buttons). Other glitches can actually create new levels occasionally made randomly and haphazardly, and others allow players to guide their character off-screen, sometimes granting them access to other glitch-like areas (usually composed of many gar
  • Glitch o bug es un error raro o común, una falla dentro del sistema electrónico, que puede producir resultados no deseados y a veces divertidos. En la serie de Mortal Kombat, un ejemplo de esto incluye jugar como ninja de color rojo cuando no había un seleccionable. A veces los glitch son a causa de efectos que no se había contemplado en el juego. A veces los glitches son fáciles y difíciles a su vez y algunos tienen un resultado negativo para el juego, como paralizar el sistema que, a su vez, es restaurado al reiniciar el juego.
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  • frame|En varulv upplever en "strechy skin" glitch.En glitch (även känd som en bugg) är ett fel i programmet som gör att det inte fungerar korrekt. Svårighetsgraden av glapp kan variera. En glitch orsakade en spelares användarnamn att visas som "null" omedelbart efter inloggning, en annan är svåra att hitta, men är ändå ett allvarligt fel som får spelare att döda andra spelare utanför Wilderness. Efter det tillfälliga utsläppet av RuneScape Classic 2009, gällde "null" namn glitch fortfarande. Missbruk av glitchar, t.ex. World 111 Glitch som tillät spelarna att attackera andra spelare utanför Wilderness, är en allvarlig förseelse som bestraffas med ett permanent förbud i enlighet med regel 4 i Code of Conduct. [[Fil:GlitchyHouse.jpg|thumb|249px|En grafisk glitch i ett hus som ägs av en spelare.]] Jagex har rekommenderat att spelare som hittar en bugg eller glitch i RuneScape bör omedelbart rapportera det till Jagex via "Skicka In Felrapport " gränssnittet på RuneScapes hemsida. Missbruk av glitchar som ger en spelare en orättvis fördel kan resultera allt från tillfällig dämpning till ett permanent förbud från RuneScape beroende på hur allvarlig glitch det är, och hur mycket en spelare missbrukade den. [[Fil:Snipe_glitch.gif|frame|En grafisk glitch med Dorgeshuun crossbow special attack. Spelaren verkar dra huden på sitt ben.]]
  • Col termine Glitch, di origine inglese, si intende un errore all'interno di un programma creato nel mondo informatico. Una glitch è un errore che si manifesta nelle più svariate maniere, ma che, a differenza dei Bug, necessita dell'operato del giocatore/programmatore per comparire; normalmente, infatti, la glitch non si manifesta, ma può essere ottenuta con una particolare circostanza, che sia questa volontaria o involontaria.
  • A glitch is a code or user error that causes a problem that can disrupt gameplay or site navigation.
  • A glitch is a malfunction in N which often impedes the player's progress and can be quite annoying at times. For example a rocket can sometimes go through tiles, or the ninja can go through oneway platforms, if they are placed on a corner. Many people, however, have used glitches to their own advantage in maps. For example, the maps Bugs, bugs, and bugs- The Collectors Edition by formica and Glitch Engine by player_03 are good examples of how glitches can be used.
  • A glitch in Driv3r is any behavior by the game engine and mechanics that is unexpected or was not intended by the developers. Examples: * The Abyss is a common glitch that a lot of games have where you can leave the world bounds or fall inside parts of the map. * The Scaffolding Glitch
  • A glitch (also known as a bug) is a fault in a program that causes it to function improperly. The severity of glitches can vary. Severe glitches include the infamous Falador Massacre, where a player was able to attack other players outside of a player-versus-player zone. This was an extraordinary case as most of the glitches have no impact on the gameplay, and neither are harmful to other players.
  • In video games, a glitch is a programming error which results in behavior not intended by the programmers. Glitches may include incorrectly displayed graphics, collision detection errors, game freezes/crashes, sound issues, and others. Some glitches are potentially dangerous to the game save data. "Glitching" is the practice of a player exploiting faults in a video game's programming to achieve tasks normally impossible if the game's script runs as intended, such as running through walls or defying the game's laws of gravity. It is often used to gain an unfair advantage over other players in multiplayer video games. During quality assurance (such as the role of a game tester for video games), glitches must be located, a report compiled, and then fed back to the programmers. Read more: Game Bugs
  • A Finals-universe character from The Refugees, played by Geoffrey Lee.
  • Glitch (also known as clicks and cuts) is a genre of electronic music that became popular in the late 1990s with the increasing use of digital signal processing, particularly on computers. Glitch is influenced by Musique concrète, techno, industrial and ambient music, is focused on rhythm and is sometimes considered a sub-genre of IDM. (The term "clicks n cuts" comes from a representative compilation series by the German record label Mille Plateaux called Clicks and Cuts.) The Glitchcore sound originated in the mid-1990s as Darkcore music was branching into many styles such as Techstep, Darkstep and Power Noise. Glitch is often produced on computers using modern digital production software to splice together small cuts of music from published songs, with beats made out of short clicks and bits of noise. The genre is thus named after the use of digital artifacts and noise-like distortions (see "glitch"), often very short, in place of traditional percussion or instruments. However, not all artists of the genre are working with erroneously produced sounds or even digital sounds. Popular software for creating glitch includes Reaktor, Super Collider, Ableton Live, GleetchLAB, MAX/MSP and Miller Smith Puckette's Pure Data. Notable artists working within the genre include: * 000 * Alva Noto * Andreas Tilliander * Aphex Twin * Autechre * Coil * Crushed Bits * DAT politics * DJ Scud * Earkus * The Flashbulb * F.X. Randomiz * Hrvåtski * Kid 606 * Laptop Orchestra * Lichtswitch * Lovesliescrushing * Murcof * Oval * Pan sonic * Phonecia * Prefuse 73 * Richard Devine * SND * Terre Thaemlitz * Venetian Snares * Vladislav Delay
  • Glitch appears in all three episodes of the miniseries and is part of the central group of heroes also including DG, Wyatt Cain, and Raw. These characters are analogous to the central characters of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, with DG, Glitch, Cain, and Raw respectively representing Dorothy Gale, the Scarecrow, the Tin Woodman, and the Cowardly Lion.
  • Glitch is clank's dead brother.
  • A glitch, in Actives, is a flaw in the Dollhouse's memory alteration technology. Exhibiting unerased memories is called glitching. After imprints, Actives are wiped back to their "tabula rasa" state, and are not supposed to retain memories of their former lives or their previous imprints. However, this process is not perfect, and an active may remember certain events or behaviors. Psychoactive drugs, head injuries or emotional stress may contribute to glitching. The Dollhouse staff views this as a problem, as it makes Actives difficult to control and interferes with completing their engagements. Glitching may also be a precursor of a composite event.
  • Glitch (originally GirlGlitch) is one of the Administrators and Builders of Minecraft Central.
  • The Muse-Matilda Border gate is an interactive object flagged as if it were a pushable box or a boulder. As such, the player can move it, being able to access the Matilda area, and it's side-quests, early in the game.
  • Many glitches are graphical, i.e. floating stones, walls not reaching the ground, or black-and white striped armor. Glitches are often introduced by game updates.
  • Glitch is a Key Tool from the Super Computer. It is blue and gray in color with a gold tool bar. Glitch is capable of becoming most objects, can project energy shields, and be used as a communication device. It can also hear its Guardian from great distances and can interface with other software, such as a system paint program. Like all key tools, Glitch runs on stored energy and its battery must be recharged. Glitch used to be joined with Guardian Dixon Green. After she was deleted by the virus Killabyte, Glitch joined with her partner Bob. Glitch was remarkably versatile and invaluable to Guardian Bob when providing information on anomalies such as Tears and Game Cubes that are otherwise impossible to analyse through ordinary means. It has a multi-functional scanner that can give accurate readouts on Games, displaying various colored graphs and dials, indicating the Cube's progress and state. Glitch's cogwheel also can form a useful blue speedometer to monitor the Game's current speed, darker colors showing something abnormal. (When Games Collide) Glitch is able to run a complete diagnostic on Tears by stating their class, polarity and volatility. By knowing this, any Keytool easily can mend the tear, or stabilize them into portals. (The Tearing) When a tear forms in Mainframe, Bob will have Glitch form a scanner with two probes searching for the energy signature, its screen would glow increasingly red in proximity to a tear. (Racing the Clock) Despite the sophistication of Glitch's scanner it does have it's limits, there were exceptions such as unknown-viral bugs. When Hexadecimal unleashed her Medusa Bug, the display went dark orange warning Bob this was an "Unknown file type". (The Medusa Bug) Whenever Bob is flustered during intense or stressful moments and he can't think clearly, in a panic he can order "Glitch: Anything!" While obviously an inappropriate command, the Keytool always seems to know exactly what the Guardian needs, and transforms accordingly for the situation at hand. (The TIFF)(Infected) Glitch is no match for a Gibson Coil Pike, the traditional weapon of a Code Master. The Code Master Lens used his pike to render Glitch inactive with an Ultra-High Density Near-Field Time Lock Mechanism. Glitch was unable to break free of this and the only way to deactivate it was by use of a pike. (High Code) When Bob needed to follow an escaping Mouse he ordered Glitch to trace her. The Keytool fired a small energy seeking object that quickly attached to Mouse's boot, the screen began displaying the hacker's location. (Trust No One) As the Web War came to an end, Megabyte crushed Glitch and shot Bob into the Web Portal without his 'little toy'. When he crushed Glitch there was a small exchange of code between Glitch and Megabyte, giving the virus some guardian code. Glitch, now severely damaged, passed to the new Guardian Enzo Matrix. Glitch was unable to perform most functions beside providing Game stats, and system scans. Despite Glitch's damaged state, he was still able to recognize and communicate with his Key Tool friend Copland. The two key tools communicated by clicks and bleeps, greeting each other. When Matrix found Bob in the Web, Glitch immediately recognized his true owner and rejoined with him. When they tried to return to Mainframe several traps laid by Mouse blocked their path. Glitch had the idea to join with Bob to stabilize itself in order to gain access to its higher powers. Bob reluctantly agreed and gave Glitch the command 'Download' and the two joined together into one being. They were then able to stabilize the Tear into a portal. Some would later refer to them as 'Glitch-Bob'. (Mousetrap) When Dot Matrix choose the fake Bob to marry, Glitch-Bob tried to separate himself and Glitch. He tried several different ways, all of which did nothing. Bob had one last idea, to use the portal seperating technique on himself that he had used to seperate the virus Gigabyte back into Megabyte and Hexadecimal over a year and a half earlier. When Bob tried this, he failed. The process encased him inside an impenetrable black coating. The Guardians tried to save him, but all their attempts failed. In a dream Bob saw a huge Glitch, and all the Key Tools returned through it, into him. Bob's body lost power and the Guardians were giving up, but the key tools returned through black portals, and used their power to save Glitch and Bob. They separated Bob and Glitch, returning them to normal, and Glitch received an upgrade in the process. Bob's uniform returned to its web dissolved look. (Null Bot of the Bride) When Bob appeared at the wedding Glitch took the code from the fake Bob and returned it to the real one, revealing that Megabyte had been upgraded to a Trojan Horse virus and was masquerading as Bob. Although both Sprite and Key Tool split back into two, Glitch had not only upgraded in appearance, becoming more streamlined in shape with an additional rod, the upgrade also increased its power exponentially. Bob could materialize beams of golden light into solid form and control heavy objects such as the wedding organ with ease. Although any material bathed in this projection could bend and constrict around anyone it seized, this wasn't enough to contain Megabyte alone. There were other enhancements shown by the Key Tool, Bob no longer had to issue Glitch vocal commands to use its higher-level functions in battle. (Crouching Binome, Hidden Virus)
  • Un glitch (también conocido como bug, en términos informáticos), es un error durante la ejecución en un programa o aplicación, ocasionado por una omisión durante la programación del mismo. Un videojuego es en esencia una aplicación y como tal está expuesto a tener un glitch o bug si se comete un error durante la fase de programación.
  • Glitch is the primary protagonist of Metal Arms: Glitch in the System. He is a walking, talking alien robot who the player controls in the fight against the Mil army. He is voiced by Dave Wittenberg.
  • A glitch (or bug) is an unintentional mistake or problem made on Habbo. They can be as harmless as a minor graphics error, or as severe as confidential information being released, open code (can help hackers) or exploits in Habbo's security systems. Abusing a bug can and will result with a ban, from Habbo staff.
  • A glitch is a programming error in which lines of coding get mixed up and cause weird things to happen in-game. More often than not, a glitch can cause a game freeze or crash.
  • A glitch is a flaw/unintended effect within a game. RuneScape Classic has seen many glitches; here is a page where they are documented.
  • Een "glitch" is een soort van bug dat ervoor zorgt dat het spel 'Runescape' zeer slecht gaat reageren. Dit kan veroorzaakt worden door een speler's naam "Null", als je dit doet is er een grote kans dat je voor altijd word geband. Ook als je een nieuwe account aan maakt. En als je iemand vindt met de naam "Null" moet je hem direct reporteren.
  • Glitch is from the SyFy miniseries Tin Man and is the "boldly reimagned" version of the Scarecrow from The Wizard of Oz. Half of his brain was taken out by the forces of evil, and there is a functional zipper on his head to denote his status as a headcase. Due to his chronic memory problems plus wide-eyed optimism he's usually not that fussed by this. As of ​July 2011, Glitch has been given his brain back (sort of) by the aliens. Things are weird. Character Survey of Doom | Permissions Meme
  • Glitch is the main antagonist, and final boss, of the video game Garfield Caught In The Act. He is created when Garfield attempts to fix the TV that Odie broke (thanks to Garfield scaring him) before Jon could find out. However, he throws away the spare pieces, which transform into the electronic/metal monster, who decides to trap Garfield into the TV. When Garfield makes it to the final battle, Glitch attempts to fry the cat with red and blue fireballs, which bounce off the walls. Garfield then must align the mirrors in the arena so they hit Glitch. After Glitch takes enough damage, he disintegrates, allowing Garfield to reach the final remote control and return to the real world.
  • Glitch is a brilliant spy, completing an impressive array of missions. Missions for which his moronic partner Rollout gets the credit. Considering that Glitch not only does the work, but keeps Rollout alive, the credit distribution isn't exactly fair, but them's the breaks.
  • Glitches are defects in a Demon's Cover that betray his supernatural origins. Glitches are the result of lacking maintenance from the God-Machine, which used to keep its Angels intact and working (or at least recycle their parts to assemble a new Angel). Glitches depend on a variety of catalysts, but most are tied to the Demon's Primum. Most vanish after a certain period of time, but some are more persistent. Glitches can be classified into three categories: Tells, Brands and Emanations. Each Glitch, however, is unique and few Demons have manifested the same Glitch, as a Glitch is also a representation of a Demon's advancement of his Descent. * Tells are unusual habits and involuntary mental behaviors that can range from the inability to cover one's head, to being forced to speak in rhymes. * Brands are physical alterations that can range from minor circuit-like patterns on one's skin, to the inability to consume anything but battery acid. * Emanations are phenomenona that the Demon projects to bystanders. They can range from unusual scents, to the Demon randomly freezing or skipping in time like a malfunctioning video.
  • right Un glitch es un error de programación que aparece en casi todos los juegos del mundo, incluyendo los de Kirby. Los glitches pueden afectar el juego de diversas maneras, los efectos más comunes de un glitch son errores gráficos (gráficos basura, por ejemplo) y en algunos casos más graves puede producir el congelamiento del juego, a pesar de que hay glitches con efectos negativos, también hay otros que son beneficiosos para el jugador, ya que con ellos es posible conseguir objetos y habilidades infinitas, engañar al juego para realizar una acción útil (como el glitch de cambiar un enemigo por un micrófono o una bomba) e incluso en ocasiones visitar lugares fuera de los límites del juego, lo cual puede resultar interesante para jugadores curiosos.
  • Un glitch (error) en el ámbito de la informática o los videojuegos es un error que, al no afectar negativamente al rendimiento, jugabilidad o estabilidad del programa o juego en cuestión, no puede considerarse un bug, sino más bien una "característica no prevista".
  • Los Glitch o también conocidos por Bugs son errores técnicos del juego que se pueden experimentar de forma casual, osea error de los desarrolladores del juego o también por medio de programas (Software) no autorizado por Nintendo como el conocido ActionReplay con Animal Crossing: Wild World.
  • [[Archivo:Glitch_con_el_Bloodmount.png|thumb|267px|Un jugador montando un Bloodmount después de realizar un glitch]] Se le denomina Glitch a un error cometido a propósito por el jugador dentro de un videojuego. Un glitch se provoca haciendo algo indebido que no era en realidad lo necesario a hacer dentro del juego y que da como resultado algo positivo, divertido o curioso. Cabe destacar que un glitch no es lo mismo que un Bug, ya que el anterior se efectúa solo y el glitch requiere que alguien lo realice. Los Huevos de Pascua son glitchs ya que son cosas sin sentido, o curiosas dentro del juego puestas ahí a propósito por los desarrolladores
  • A glitch is the unintended behavior of a game, usually a result of a programming mistake, or by overlooking a specific (usually esoteric) sequence of events that players can, but aren't expected to, perform during normal gameplay. A glitch is usually nondetrimental to the player's experience, and can be so minor that it easily goes unnoticed. Sometimes, however, it can be severe enough to freeze the game, cause the playable character to be KO'd for no apparent reason, or even corrupt the entire save file and force the player to restart from the beginning. In certain cases, glitches can be helpful to players. 'Glitching' a game refers to a player intentionally triggering the unintended behavior.
  • A Glitch is an error from the Zoo Tycoon series. There are glitches if you do one problem.
  • A Glitch is the flaw in the RuneScape program. They range from Durial's Falador Massacre to the simple house bench glitch. Abusing them for personal gain is against Rule 4 and will result in a ban if found guilty. Several emotes cause glitches - an incomplete list can be found here.
  • A glitch (or bug) is an error in the coding of a game causing parts of the game to act differently to the way they were designed. Sometimes, this will result in a major advantage to a player (such as gaining extra experience in a skill or winning a game) and may be abused by players. Because Stellar Dawn will be brand new, it is likely that there will be a lot of glitches. Although, a closed beta is planned, and Jagex will likely fix any reported bugs before the official release in 2011. There are two ways to report a bug: * Go to the main page, click Help > Submit a bug report * Go to Submit a Bug Report on the Forums Players abusing or taking advantage of a serious glitch should be reported under Rule 4: Bug Abuse. Players caught exploiting serious glitches may find themselves banned, as has been the case with previous serious bugs.
  • Un glitch, en término informáticos, es un fallo a la hora de crear un programa (en el caso de la saga Grand Theft Auto, un videojuego) que luego se representan en el juego de una forma rara en la que no debería actuar.
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  • Glitch is in constant pain. He is called Glitch because of his malfunctioning nervous system, which gives him the ability to create glitches in reality (this makes sense.) He uses this to his advantage, but his health weakens him, causing him immense pain when he tries to push himself past his limits. He refuses to go into medical care because he wants to enforce justice and make himself reknown for being a hero, like his hero, Samus Aran. This doesn't make any sense, because constant pain would probably get in the way of justice-getting more than constant pain. Also his last wish just before he dies is to meet her.
  • A glitch is a common term for any behaviors or interactions in a video game that are not intended by the developers. They are usually caused by programming errors within the game's coding. There are many different kinds of glitches, as they can appear almost anywhere within the code. Some glitches will crash the game or otherwise render it unplayable, while others are relatively harmless, or even enhance the game. Some glitches are caused by damaged games. Some only activate when the player presses a certain sequence of input commands (pressing buttons). Other glitches can actually create new levels occasionally made randomly and haphazardly, and others allow players to guide their character off-screen, sometimes granting them access to other glitch-like areas (usually composed of many garbled symbols) and even unused parts of stages.
  • A glitch is a short-lived fault in a computer system. Normally, a glitch occurs only once, but it can occur multiple times in a particular software program.
  • A glitch is an unintended loophole, occurrence, shortcut, etc. in a game. It can be caused by any number of things, from buggy gameplay, to abuseable physics, to manipulation of the way the game handles things. Some glitches simply do weird things and possibly even break the game, and in some particularly bad cases, corrupt save files. Others can be beneficial, making the game easier, or even much faster to play through-- which is why they are often used in speedruns, particularly tool-assisted ones.
  • Kategorie:Stub Als Glitch werden Fehler von Programierern bezeichnet, die einem Spieler auf bestimmte Weise helfen. Im Gegensatz zu Bugs (Fehler von Programierern, die einem das Spielen erschweren/unmöglich machen) sind viele Let's Player mit dem Suchen nach Glitches beschäftigt, meist werden Videos davon auf YouTube gestellt. Eine Liste von berühmten Glitches aus Metroid Prime: Hunters * Mehrspielermodus, Sic Transit: Wenn man lange genug gegen eine Wand springt, ist man irgendwann durch und kann durch die Wand auf andere schießen, die anderen jedoch können einem so keine Leben abziehen. * Mehrspielermodus, Erntezeit: Als Spire Wände hochrollen und an einer bestimmten Stelle runterfallen lassen, dort gibt es eine Art unsichbaren Weg, der einen von der Arena wegführt * Mehrspielermodus, Weavel: Sollte man sich mit Weavel zur Alternativform, dem Halfturret machen, halbiert sich normaler Weise die Lebensanzeige, nichts ungewöhnliches, sondern eigentlich logisch. Nicht jedoch, wenn man nur noch 1 Leben hat: Dann hat plötzlich das Turret 1 Leben und man selbst (Halfturret-Hacksler) auch 1 Leben. Wenn man sich danach wieder zum normalen Weavel hat, besitzt man 2 Leben. Dies hilft einem Spieler in der Praxis jedoch nichts, da man bei jedem auch noch so kleinen Schaden mehr Leben verliert als zwei.
  • Originating Location: Europe/US Originating Era: Late 1990s
  • Ein Glitch ist eine ungewollte Funkion (also ein Fehler), die durch die Kombination von 2 gewollten Funktionen ausgelöst wird.
  • I used to use the computer a lot. I would stay up late just surfing the web, playing games I’d beaten long ago. I guess it had become an obsession. It got so bad that I would stay up till midnight just doing nothing. I tried to stop. Sometimes I could manage to go to sleep early, but lately I’ve haven't been in bed before eleven. It’s weird, I never feel like this during the day. I can handle not being on the computer in the morning. I get lots of stuff done; cleaning up, studying, pretty much being a productive person. But now things have gotten worse. I started feeling really bad after going to sleep. It would hit me while I was on the computer that my eyes were really burning. Only when they started tearing up would my gaze be broken from the screen and realize I hadn’t been blinking. Weirder things started happening when I blinked too. It started out harmless. Web pages would load really slowly. My mouse would freeze. Programs would start ending randomly. Nothing actually out of the ordinary. I would just refresh the page, reconnect the mouse, and press end now. But it got worse. I got on the computer one night to find it was completely shut down. I always suspend the computer when I log off, so this struck me as odd. When it started up again, it entered safe mode. After fiddling with the settings, I finally got it working again. For maybe two weeks things went on without a fuss. I was browsing a blog, just slowly reading and scrolling down when a picture showed up. It was one of those awful pictures of a dead body, like, someone who had been in a car crash or explosion. It wasn’t a pop-up or anything. It was part of the blog. I was a bit concerned, the blog made no mention of this and had never used pictures before. I scrolled down so the picture was gone, and the blog continued like nothing strange was up. I stopped going on the blog eventually. More and more gruesome pictures were showing up. I commented on one entry about it and was met with confusion. No one else was complaining. I wrote it off as some in joke to get rid of all the noobs. Other sites I frequent are taking up this shock picture trick. It’s becoming a real pain. I’m starting to fear clicking on every link. I closed internet explorer today to find my background had been changed to another horrible photo. I couldn’t help but recognize this one. It was one I saw in drivers’ ed of a particularly gruesome drunk driving incident. After resetting my background, deleting the picture I had apparently saved to my hard drive, cleaning up and defragging my hard drive, I opened the recycling bin to get rid of it once and for all. I was a bit stunned. My bin was full of all sorts of random things I knew I never saved. There were porn sites, illegal downloads, pictures, e-mails, and other files with extensions I wasn’t familiar with. I cleared them all and decided I get some outside help. I started looking online for any similar incidents. With no results I called Geek Squad, my Dad, and even brought the computer in to major dealers for a check-up. One large bill later, no problems were detected. Most even commented on how well kept the computer was. The pictures stopped appearing, but I almost wish they were still the problem. My computer now displays everything almost as it should be. But now, whenever a person is displayed, their eyes are gouged out. It looked like a crappy Paint job at first, but they became more and more real. I tried showing it to a friend, but the computer worked fine when he was around. I finally let my friend have the computer. He always commented on what a great machine it was when he was over. I’m glad to be done with it. I had just bought a much more updated one and after starting it up, I was very happy to see everything working normally. I decided not transfer all the data from my old computer to the new one. Happy to be done with it, I close the brand new model. It’s only nine thirty and I turn on the television, knowing that I can get a good night sleep after Futurama. I lay back and turn up the volume to hear the opening theme. I recognize the unique little blurb they have, like what they do with the Simpsons; this is the infamous “dog” episode. I get ready to feel sad when my heart jumps. Fry’s eyes are missing. Credited to Rad
  • « jajaj xd aqui estoi » - Glitch. Glitch o InkDemon fue un Civil en la Confederación Sigma. Ex-Miembro de la Legión del Dragón.
  • Glitch was a flat-head goblin mercenary for General Tytugg. He and Clodwit attempted to assassinate Vox Verlix, but Glitch was killed by a booby trap in the Palace of Statues.
  • Glitch o bug es un error raro o común, una falla dentro del sistema electrónico, que puede producir resultados no deseados y a veces divertidos. En la serie de Mortal Kombat, un ejemplo de esto incluye jugar como ninja de color rojo cuando no había un seleccionable. A veces los glitch son a causa de efectos que no se había contemplado en el juego. A veces los glitches son fáciles y difíciles a su vez y algunos tienen un resultado negativo para el juego, como paralizar el sistema que, a su vez, es restaurado al reiniciar el juego. Para realizar un glitch puede ser de diferentes maneras, ya sea por medio de combinaciones de movimientos rápidos o inesperados, otro es encontrar claves de aparatos externos al juegos como Game Sharks y medio de códigos o Easter Eggs del mismo juego como pasa en MK3 y sus menús secretos. Los juegos donde son más comunes los glitches son desde el primer juego de Mortal Kombat hasta el Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3. En Mortal Kombat Trilogy han sido más raros los glitches puesto que se han eliminado muchas posibilidades de errores al haber analizado bien los juegos previos.
  • Glitch was a Fusion virus created by Lord Fuse to corrupt the maverick hunters data bases and get information.
  • Glitch is the son of Brian Reilly, chief legbreaker of The Westies in "Headhunters". Glitch's given name is Michael Reilly, which is particularly relevant since he's a corpse as the episode begins, gunned down with a bag of severed heads by a party or parties unknown. His street name comes from his tendency to be a complete screw-up, a trait which would have seen him dead long since with any other family. He has, just recently, abandoned a truckload of medical supplies on the freeway since he didn't think to put gas in the tank. Shea, another youngblood in the clan, had some kind of beef with Glitch, causing Brian to go looking for him when he heard about his son's death. However, under interrogation by Detective Ethan Slaughter, Shea reveals that he and the rest of the gang were told to cut Glitch off by Finn Rourke, the Westies' leader, who was tired of the endless bumbling of Reilly Jr.. It appears, for some time, as if rival gangs set Glitch up with the heads, looking to provoke an all-out gang war, but in the end Castle, with the aid of Beckett, Ryan and Esposito, is able to convince Slaughter to look again at the motive for the murder. Phone records show that Glitch called his dad, and his own testimony reveals that Brian finally snapped, feeling the humiliation of such a failure for a son, and shot him. Glitch managed to crawl away, however, leaving Brian in trouble for one last time.
  • A glitch is a program error in any piece of software, including the Animal Crossing series. They can be beneficial or harmful, but no glitch is purposefully put in a game.
  • Glitch eli toimintahäiriö on häiriö pelin ohjelmoinnissa. Toimintahäiriöiden vakavuudet ovat vaihtelevia, pahimmissa tapauksissa pelaajia rankaistaan porttikielloilla. Yleisimpiä toimintahäiriötiä ovat pelin grafiikkahäiriöt, joilla ei ole vaikutusta pelin talouteen. Kuuluisin toimintahäiriö on Faladorin joukkosurma, jossa tietyt pelaajat pääsivät tappamaan toisia pelaajia ympäri RuneScapea.
  • Categoría: Esbozos Un Glitch es un error de programación de un videojuego, donde se llega a una situación no contemplada por el programador y puede resultar en un comportamiento impredecible del videojuego, pudiendo causar el cuelgue del videojuego. Los glitches son errores que causan algun resultado interesante y en los videojuegos como Halo pueden ser usados para conseguir una ventaja, o simplemente para curiosear; estos pueden ser hechos intencionalmente o por un simple error de programación.
  • A glitch is a usually short-lived fault in a Terminator's system.
  • Effects that glitches cause can vary. Glitches can be harmful, with such side effects as freezing or crashing the game, causing a level to be unplayable, or KOing a player for no apparent reason. Not all glitches have negative side effects, however; some just allow the player to continue playing the game as usual, such as the Black hole glitch, while others can merely be done for fun, such as the Name Entry glitch and all of its variations. Some can even be considered helpful in some ways, such as the regenerating terrain glitch on Jigglypuff and R.O.B. In competitive play, most glitches cannot be combined with a player's ordinary tactics in tournaments; a majority of glitches require prerequisites that are unattainable in a tournament setting, such as items, Final Smashes, more than two players, etc., or just simply have entirely useless effects. When it comes to the legality of performable glitches however that can have a practical effect, they are generally allowed to be used, as they are perceived to add to the afflicted characters' metagames, such as the Teleport in Smash 64 and Yoyo glitch in Melee. Glitches with only cosmetic effects can also be allowed in competitive play, such as Melee's stock glitch. However, glitches that break the game or otherwise cause matches to become unplayable for any party, such as by freezing opposing characters or making the user invincible, are universally banned from being used in tournaments; the Freeze glitch in Melee and the Infinite Dimensional Cape in Brawl are two such glitches that are banned in competitive Smash, and use of either of these glitches can potentially lead to the disqualification of the offending party. Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Super Smash Bros. for Wii U are constantly updated with new bug fixes and features, meaning that glitches can be fixed as they are discovered. Version 1.0.4 for the 3DS version, for instance, fixed a glitch where characters could grow to immense sizes in Multi-Man Smash via the use of Yoshi's Egg Lay. For a list of fixed bugs, see here. A glitch is not to be confused with an exploit, though the two terms can be hard to distinguish and are often used interchangeably. Exploits most commonly refer to mechanics and interactions that separately work as intended, but when combined, result in an unintentional effect. Wavedashing is one of the most prominent examples of an exploit. Glitches should also not be confused with an easter egg, which are intentionally added into the game as a bonus for players by the developers. de:Glitch
  • Ein Glitch (bzw. Bug) ist ein Fehler in einem Programmcode, welcher verschiedene Ursachen und Dinge verursacht. Manche Glitches sind sehr gefährlich, weshalb man Glitches mit Vorsicht benutzen sollte. Man kann Glitches nicht mit Cheats vergleichen.
  • Glitch is the main character and the primary protagonist in Metal Arms: Glitch in the System. He is voiced by Dave Wittenberg.
  • Glitches eller Bugs er programeringsfeil som ikke har blit rettet på før spillet blir utgitt. Folk som tar fordel av glitches kalles Glitchere.
  • This page lists all (or most) known bugs. * Name: Most glitches don't have a name, so the name given just helps to identify them. * Reproducibility: How often can this glitch be reproduced. Low, Medium or High. * Cause: Why this happens. * Code: Caused by some coding flaws, such as allowing a variable to reach unwanted values. * Engine: Caused by a problem with an engine: physics, sound, graphic, etc. * Design: Caused by faulty location, model, etc. design. * Harmless: No if the glitch can make the game unplayable or have other serious effects. Yes otherwise.
  • A glitch is a short-lived computing error generated by an unintended execution.
  • A glitch (also known as a bug) is a fault in a program that causes it to function improperly. The severity of glitches can vary. The most common glitch is the recurring graphical stretching glitch, which causes models to stretch, but has no impact on the gameplay. More severe glitches include the infamous Falador Massacre, where a player was able to attack other players outside of a player-versus-player area. Abuse of glitches is a direct breach of the "bug abuse" rule under the honour section of the rules of RuneScape. The punishment for guilty parties varies depending on the particular glitch, and the degree to which it was abused. Minor graphical glitches generally go unpunished, while major abuse (such as what occurred in the partyhat duplication glitch), may result in a permanent ban. Jagex has recommended that players who find a glitch in RuneScape should report it to Jagex immediately via the "Submit a Bug Report" interface accessed by clicking on the File:RA Button2.png button located on the chat box.
  • These usually happen when zooming out with a zooming mod.
  • Elsa and Jack are at the orphanage, talking with the nurse, who tells them that the girl's name is Vanellope, but everyone else called her "the glitch" because she was trying to make some friends and have someone adopt her, but they were too scared and refused to adopt her, so they bullied her because of it. Elsa knows how she's feeling because of what happened in the past and that's why they made her a bet to steal the guardians' weapons, but she wonders why they would made her do some of the dirty work. Then, Elsa looks at a poster and asks Vanellope about it. She says that there's going to be a big race track called Sugar Rush Racetrack Game. Then, Jack has an idea about adopting her and helping her win the racing game, but the only way to do that is by beating the one and only King Candy. So, he asks Vanellope to have a deal, which she accepts with a handshake, but first, they need to pass by the guards into the minigame and make her a real race car. As they finished, the alarm goes off and Jack zaps the camera with the icy bolt. They are now off to find a hiding spot so they can help training her to become a real racer. They are having a great time, like a family. At Candy Kingdom, King Candy has just been told that "the glitch" was just at the bakery, but someone with some kind of frost and winter powers is with her. The screen shows them, and he hears that she is going to be in the race. He is afraid that this would happen, so he is going to use the dark drink that Pitch just gave to him. He knows how to stop her. Meanwhile the trio go shopping to get some aid kit for the big race tomorrow, but then as they get back, they are trapped inside the Pocky cell and are captured by the donut police. They then meet King Candy. They managed to get away, but as they get back, Vanellope's race car is messed up and the worst part is that Vanellope is kidnapped, but Jack knows that it has something to do with King Candy. So, they go to the Candy Kingdom to free her. As they run through the frosting and are about to be attacked by the a shadow bug, the guardians have come to help them. They are happy to see them. The next day, Vanellope is on the race. As she is about to finish, they meet a monster bug named Turbo, so they go and fight him off. But then, Elsa and Jack are captured by Turbo, who flies high into the sky as he tells them to watch their friend die by a shadow bug. However, she uses her icy bolt to zap him in the eyes and pushes him off as they use their Winter Blast to break the mint. Vanellope saves both of them as the soda lights up, then the shadow bug and Turbo are vaporized. The three land in a chocolate pond because Elsa loves chocolate, then Anna rushes to hug her and play with them for fun as they fix up the race. They help push Vanellope's car and finally win the race, then they see a magical light that comes from the man on the moon and see that Vanellope's true form is a princess of her kingdom. As they're back to see their sleigh again, they are sorry for her for what they did. Kristoff wonders if Vanellope's true form is indeed the princess, but she tells him that it's not her. So, she shows her real self. Anna is confused. She tells them that the man on the moon said to her that she's the missing princess, but she's also a racer. Plus, she is the code keeper to help cracking the code in the game world using her glitch. Since she won the race, she gets adopted by Elsa and Anna as their new stepsister, and by Jack Frost as her big brother-in-law, and she is now part of the guardians team. Then, Tooth gives her a hug and she is trying to get her off because Tooth wants to look at her teeth. Funnily enough, she asks Bunny for help, but he smirks at her because she took the weapons from the team, then he walks away. They laugh together as they walk to the sleigh. And so, Vanellope holds Elsa and Jack's hands together and they're off to the next town's mission.
  • A glitch in Chip's Challenge is a fault in the program which is caused by a coding error. The majority of glitches occur in Microsoft's version of Chip's Challenge, which was released in 1992. The MS emulation version of Tile World deliberately reproduces these glitches in order to maintain a fair basis for scorekeeping. The more basic glitches in the MS version are: * Controller and Boss Glitch * Teleport Skip Glitch * Mouse Panel Glitch * Long First Second Glitch * Button Smash Glitch * Tank Top Glitch Five other more advanced glitches, requiring more conditions to use, are the following: * Time Dilation Glitch * Non-Existence Glitch * Frankenstein Glitch * Convergence Glitch * Knight Glitch Finally, there are three additional glitches which can cause Chip's Challenge itself to crash: * Transparency Glitch * Termination Glitch * Data Size Glitch Under the advanced coding rules, there are many new glitches which are generally used only in insane levels: * All types of Data Resetting * Multiple Tank Glitch * 00Tile
  • Glitch is an all-terrain battle drone, armed with stun lasers and a photon gun. He is remote-controlled and often used for demolitions. His partner is Rollout.
  • This is a building list of currently recognized glitches in the Carnivores series. It should be noted that most one time only glitches happen due to memory leaks. Action Forms did not code certain parts of the engine properly and it can result from anything such as random bugs to crashing the player's computer. Memory Leaks can also hide other bugs in the game. If these memory leaks are removed, the bugs will appear again.
  • A bright green experiment with a round torso, pudgy arms and legs, a large round head with little mouth, round nose, dark green eyes, a small arrow-shaped mark above his face (In his episode, his marking was originally V-shaped) and two thin antennae that resembles a cross between Morpholomew (316) and Poxy (222). Designed to turn technology against its user by entering machines and making them malfunction, operating like a computer virus. Lilo tricked him into being downloaded into her video game. He was released as of Leroy and Stitch to help fight the Leroy clones. His one true place is Lilo's video game, rendering the games harder.
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