The "Charlie Charlie" game is a modern incarnation of a Spanish paper-and-pencil game called Juego de la Lapicera (game of the pens). Like a Magic 8-Ball, the game is played by teenagers using held or balanced pencils to produce answers to questions they ask.
In the game
In German's game, he was destroyed by his own game.
When German wanted to turn around, Charlie hides himself behind the cuison, that he grabbed. Then at German's last sentence, he grabbed a large pencil from the wardrobe and smacks it on German's head, and then hops on the table, to the camera and turns it towards himself, staring at the camera - and making a creepy impression. German used the giant erraser to errase the two yes's on each side, and replace them, by writting no's. German then places the large pencil on the second one, that was already on the paper, and asks him a question. The pencil turns and turns like a tornado, till a bit of smoke came from it, and then both of the pencils were destroyed. Charlie then falls down from the cealing, having X's as eyes and his tounge out, he was even messier. German then said for him, that he had an electric discharge. Then both, Charlie and his game, disappear as an arrow appears down.
- In German's trailer, he came through the wardrobe - was hiding in the doors that weren't open - and walked directly at the Forever Alone cuison.
- In German's game, he was a small toy bear in the trailer, having gray ears, pink ribbons, white face and bidy with a light gray stomach, black eyes, dark red nose and a smile. In the end of the game, he was larger and his nose was black, when he falls on the ground.
- Even if Charlie had pink ribbons on each of his ears, he was still called as a male.