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The TIGER handheld fad modifies the LCD handheld games released by TIGER from the late 80s to the early 90s to include already established fads.
The original YTMND of this fad is a modification of Conan is... an alligator!, and started a structure that has not been heavily edited since:
- Replace handheld border with an overlay of the target character (ie. Picard, Ronald, Peppers, etc.).
- Replace the LCD screen with a two-part animation depicting the original YTMND (ie. Conan is, lol internet, etc.).
- Photoshop the buttons and their labels to create the illusion of a legitimate Tiger application. This is optional.
- Create a sound loop of the song associated with the fad, lowering the quality to match that of background music for a TIGER handheld game.
This fad has recently expanded to include spoofs featuring Nintendo's Game And Watch series instead of Tiger Handhelds.