Twipsy is the name of a 52 episode series starring the protagonist character of the same name, Twipsy.


Twipsy, a cyber messenger delivers the world's emails and data, traveling from end to ends of the World Wide Web, however, he stumbles into the real world and meets Nick, Lissie and Albert, who experience the joys and thrill of the Web.[1]


According to a site serving as the critic of the EXPO's possible shortcomings, there is another aim of the series, as cited by New York scriptwriter, Patricia "Patty" Marx:”Twipsy wants to give the Internet a face and at the same time show that the Cyber world and naturalness are no irreconcilable contradictions.”

The series was the first animated series produced in Spain to utilise 3D computer graphics.


The series ran in 52 episodes listed here, each running at 14 minutes, and each one is divided into two parts - the header introduction and the main content.

It is common practice to pair the episodes into pairs, condensing into 26 half-hour episodes. However, half of the episodes are missing header introductions to date, leading to plot holes.

International Edit

The series was sold to over 90 countries throughout late 1999, and dubbed in some languages.

Continent Country Languages Broadcast? Notes
Europe Spain Castillian Spanish

Basque Catalan

Germany German KiKa (Kinder Kanal), 1998
Asia Korea Korean EBS Titled "Access! Twipsy!" (접속!트윕시)[2][3]


  1. IMDb. 2015. Twipsy (TV Series 1999). [ONLINE] Available at: [Accessed 08 June 2015].
  2. BGM STORE. 2015. 접속! 트윕시 오프닝 - 브금저장소 :: 세상의 모든 브금! BGM STORE. [ONLINE] Available at: [Accessed 08 June 2015].
  3. 미만부 가사묶음. 2015. 접속 트윕시 : 미만부 가사묶음. [ONLINE] Available at: [Accessed 08 June 2015].
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