Strip by: Nyperold
Jon: Tadejuihj hicot kxo Earth.
Jon: Udt den kxoo'ho wedo.
Garfield: Nen. Kxuk nuj u cedw duf.
The author writes:
Ad 2002, u latoe wumo succot StarFox Adventures nuj hocoujot veh kxo Nintendo Gamecube. Umedw kxo kxadwj ad'j bdend veh aj kxo ijo ev a "cudwiuwo" succot "Dino", nxasx aj houcco meho ev a jirjkakikaed safxoh kxuk kxo leaso uskehj xut ke fhedeidso, nuj mejkco theffot ouhco ad kxo fcek, udt nej viccu theffot uheidt kxo kamo Fox couhdot kxuk xo xut ke jkuhk khudjvohhadw Krazoa Spirits. (Edo Cheat Token ad fuhdasicuh cokj oei sxudwo kxo jitkakcoj ke Dino, jid ad xuj jemo majduboj, udt oei jkacc ted'k wok ke hout ad av kxo jirkakco nuj "[Dino Talk]" ke rowad nakx.
Je xoho, A uffc0 ad ke kxaj jkhaf, kxo edc0 edo kxij vuh kxuk'j kxaj uffhefhauko veh jisx khoukmodk.
In 2002, a video game called StarFox Adventures was released for the Nintendo Gamecube. Among the things it's known for is the use of a "language" called "Dino", which is really more of a substitution cipher that the voice actors had to pronounce, was mostly dropped early in the plot, and was fully dropped around the time Fox learned that he had to start transferring Krazoa Spirits. (One Cheat Token in particular lets you change the subtitles to Dino, but it has some mistakes, and you still don't get to read it if the subtitle was "[Dino Talk]" to begin with.)
So here, I apply it to this strip, the only one thus far that's this appropriate for such treatment.
[[Original strip: 2011-01-31.]]
Original strip: 2011-01-31.