History VideoGame / Clayfighter

28th Oct '17 1:33:33 PM DustSnitch
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** Lady Liberty from ''UsefulNotes/StatueOfLiberty''.

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** Lady Liberty from ''UsefulNotes/StatueOfLiberty''.''Art/StatueOfLiberty''.



* WeaponizedLandMark: Lady Liberty, the Usefulnotes/StatueOfLiberty turned into a sentient being made out of clay by Dr. Kiln, that is able to use her torch as a flamethrower.

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* WeaponizedLandMark: Lady Liberty, the Usefulnotes/StatueOfLiberty Art/StatueOfLiberty turned into a sentient being made out of clay by Dr. Kiln, that is able to use her torch as a flamethrower.
25th Aug '17 8:55:55 PM Basara-kun
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* CloningBlues: The main setting of ''C2'', which the FinalBoss of every character in the game is his/her Eviltwin.

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* CloningBlues: The main setting of ''C2'', which the FinalBoss of every character in the game is his/her Eviltwin.EvilTwin.
25th Aug '17 8:54:18 PM Basara-kun
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* DumbMuscle: Tiny (and for extension, [[Eviltwin Butch]]).

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* DumbMuscle: Tiny (and for extension, [[Eviltwin [[EvilTwin Butch]]).
25th Aug '17 8:52:18 PM Basara-kun
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* ''Clayfighter: Tournament Edition'' (1994) (SNES) (An [[Updated Rerelease updated version]] of ''Clayfighter'')

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* ''Clayfighter: Tournament Edition'' (1994) (SNES) (An [[Updated Rerelease [[UpdatedRerelease updated version]] of ''Clayfighter'')



* ''Clayfighter 63⅓: Sculptor's Cut'' (1998) (N64) (A updated version of ''63⅓'')

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* ''Clayfighter 63⅓: Sculptor's Cut'' (1998) (N64) (A (An updated version of ''63⅓'')
25th Aug '17 8:51:37 PM Basara-kun
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Clayfighter is a series of fighting games published by Creator/InterplayEntertainment. The series is known for its usage of stop motion animation and clay animation.

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Clayfighter Clayfighter[[note]]also written as Clay Fighter and [[CamelCase ClayFighter]][[/note]] is a series of fighting games {{fighting game}}s published by Creator/InterplayEntertainment. Creator/InterplayEntertainment in TheNineties. The series is known for its usage of stop motion {{stop motion}} animation and [[{{Claymation}} clay animation.
animation]].



* ''Clayfighter'' (SNES) (1993) and its Mega Drive/Genesis port (1994)
* ''Clayfighter: Tournament Edition'' (SNES) (An updated version of Clayfighter)
* ''C-2: Judgment Clay'' (SNES) (1994)
* ''Clayfighter 63⅓'' (N64) (1997)
* ''Clayfighter 63⅓: Sculptor's Cut'' (N64) (1998) (A updated version the Clayfighter 63⅓)

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* ''Clayfighter'' (SNES) (1993) and its ([[UsefulNotes/SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem SNES]], [[Usefulnotes/SegaGenesis Mega Drive/Genesis port (1994)
Drive/Genesis]] [1994], UsefulNotes/VirtualConsole [2009])
* ''Clayfighter: Tournament Edition'' (1994) (SNES) (An [[Updated Rerelease updated version version]] of Clayfighter)
''Clayfighter'')
* ''C-2: Judgment Clay'' (SNES) (1994)
(1995) (SNES)
* ''Clayfighter 63⅓'' (N64) (1997)
(1997) ([[UsefrulNotes/Nintendo64 N64]])
* ''Clayfighter 63⅓: Sculptor's Cut'' (N64) (1998) (N64) (A updated version the Clayfighter 63⅓)
of ''63⅓'')



* TheAhnold: Hoppy, in C-2.

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* TheAhnold: Hoppy, in C-2.''C2''.



* ArtificialLimbs: Dr. Kiln has replaced his left hand with a mechanical prosthetic one, that can transform into a chainsaw, a scalpel, a machine gun and other dangerous things, after he was forced to amputate it when he accidentally touched the goo the meteor emitted.

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* AntiHero: Bad Mr. Frosty.
* ArtificialLimbs: Dr. Kiln has replaced his left hand with a mechanical prosthetic one, that [[ShapeshifterWeapon can transform transform]] into a chainsaw, a scalpel, a machine gun and other dangerous things, after he was forced to amputate it when he accidentally touched the goo the meteor emitted.



* DarkerAndEdgier: ''C-2: Judgment Clay'' is both literally and figuratively darker than its predecessor. While the original had a cheery circus motif and cheery music, C-2 has a gritty, ghetto style with heavy rock music and dank, dusty backgrounds. Clayfighter 63⅓ is even darker, with ominous orchestral music and much more advanced gameplay, including parries and fatalities (which are still comical).

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* CloningBlues: The main setting of ''C2'', which the FinalBoss of every character in the game is his/her Eviltwin.
* DarkerAndEdgier: ''C-2: Judgment Clay'' ''C2'' is both literally and figuratively darker than its predecessor. While the original had a cheery circus motif and cheery music, C-2 ''C2'' has a gritty, ghetto style with heavy rock music and dank, dusty backgrounds. Clayfighter 63⅓ ''63⅓'' is even darker, with ominous orchestral music and much more advanced gameplay, including parries and fatalities (which are still comical).



* DumbMuscle: Tiny (and for extension, [[Eviltwin Butch]]).



* EvilTwin: The final boss of Judgment Clay is an evil version of your chosen character, with different moves and (usually) different animations, as well as a different name (Blob fights Slyck, Bad Mr. Frosty fights Ice, Tiny fights Butch, etc).

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* EvilTwin: The final boss of Judgment Clay ''Judgment Clay'' is an evil version of your chosen character, with different moves and (usually) different animations, as well as a different name (Blob fights Slyck, Bad Mr. Frosty fights Ice, Tiny fights Butch, etc).



** Thanks to ''{{VideoGame/MUGEN}}'', some characters from C1 and C2 gained Claytalities in their adaptations.

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** Thanks to ''{{VideoGame/MUGEN}}'', some characters from C1 ''C1'' and C2 ''C2'' gained Claytalities in their adaptations.



* FunnyOctopus: In Clayfighter 2: Judgment Clay, there's Octohead and his EvilTwin (and less funny) Jack.

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* FunnyOctopus: In Clayfighter 2: Judgment Clay, ''C2'', there's Octohead and his EvilTwin (and less funny) Jack.



* ImAHumanitarian: Houngan and Zappa Yow Yow Boyz.



* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: Blue Suede Goo. [[ElvisPresley Elvis]] impersonator much?
* NoAnimalsWereHarmed: After the end credits for ''ClayFighter 63⅓'' a message appears saying that [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/lockjaw.png "This animal was severely hurt in the making of this game. Rest in peace Lockjaw."]]
* OrganAutonomy: High Five, [[spoiler:Dr. Kiln's severed hand, that has been mutated into a large and sentient being by chemicals. Holds deep hatred for his former host.]]

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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: Blue Suede Goo. [[ElvisPresley [[Music/ElvisPresley Elvis]] impersonator [[ElvisImpersonator impersonator]] much?
* NoAnimalsWereHarmed: After the end credits for ''ClayFighter 63⅓'' ''63⅓'' a message appears saying that [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/lockjaw.png "This animal was severely hurt in the making of this game. Rest in peace Lockjaw."]]
* OrganAutonomy: High Five, [[spoiler:Dr.Five[[spoiler:, Dr. Kiln's severed hand, that has been mutated into a large and sentient being by chemicals. Holds deep hatred for his former host.]]



* RoleReprisal: The Nintendo 64 game has Creator/DanCastellaneta reprise his role as Earthworm Jim from [[WesternAnimation/EarthwormJim the ''Earthworm Jim'' animated series]].

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* RoleReprisal: The Nintendo 64 game has Creator/DanCastellaneta reprise his role as Earthworm Jim from [[WesternAnimation/EarthwormJim the ''Earthworm Jim'' animated series]].



* ShoutOut: Helga's [[http://www.vgmuseum.com/end/snes/b/cfhel.htm Hard mode ending]] from the first game tells the player she once was married to Olaf the Stout, one of TheLostVikings, and left him for Tiny the wrestler.
** ''Franchise/MortalKombat''[='=]s fatalities, ''VideoGame/StreetFighterIII''[='=]s Parries, ''[[VideoGame/{{Darkstalkers}} Vampire Savior]]''[='=]s general gameplay system, and ''VideoGame/KillerInstinct''[='=]s combos system in ''63⅓'' (you can even do combo breakers in the game).

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* ShoutOut: ShoutOut:
**
Helga's [[http://www.vgmuseum.com/end/snes/b/cfhel.htm Hard mode ending]] from the first game tells the player she once was married to Olaf the Stout, one of TheLostVikings, and left him for Tiny the wrestler.
** ''Franchise/MortalKombat''[='=]s fatalities, ''VideoGame/StreetFighterIII''[='=]s Parries, parries, ''[[VideoGame/{{Darkstalkers}} Vampire Savior]]''[='=]s general gameplay system, and ''VideoGame/KillerInstinct''[='=]s combos system in ''63⅓'' (you can even do combo breakers in the game).



-->''WARNING: Contains No Bloody Carnage or Fighters Named [[Franchise/StreetFighter "Ryu" or "Ken"]].''

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-->''WARNING: --->''WARNING: Contains No Bloody Carnage or Fighters Named [[Franchise/StreetFighter "Ryu" or "Ken"]].''



* TheGhost: Dr. Kiln in ''C2: Judgement Clay''. He's supposedly the BigBad of the game, but he doesn't appear in person until ''63⅓''.
* TitleThemeTune: One of two known Super NES games (the other being VideoGame/TalesOfPhantasia) to have a vocal theme song. Unlike the latter game though, this game's theme song consists of only [[SingleStanzaSong one stanza]].
* TotallyRadical: Originally, Bad Mr. Frosty wore a blue top hat (to be evocative of the magic hat that is commonly depicted as bringing the original Frosty the Snowman to life). In ''C2: Judgment Clay'', though, he started wearing a backwards baseball cap. (The top hat was restored in the third game, though.)

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* TheGhost: Dr. Kiln in ''C2: Judgement Clay''.''C2''. He's supposedly the BigBad of the game, but he doesn't appear in person until ''63⅓''.
* TitleThemeTune: One of two known Super NES SNES games (the other being VideoGame/TalesOfPhantasia) ''VideoGame/TalesOfPhantasia'') to have a vocal theme song. Unlike the latter game though, this game's theme song consists of only [[SingleStanzaSong one stanza]].
* TotallyRadical: Originally, Bad Mr. Frosty wore a blue top hat (to be evocative of the magic hat that is commonly depicted as bringing the original Frosty the Snowman to life). In ''C2: Judgment Clay'', ''C2'', though, he started wearing a backwards baseball cap. (The cap (the top hat was restored in the third game, though.)


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* YouDontLookLikeYou: Bonker, the character that changed the most of all the franchise, basically a totally different character between ''C1'' and ''63⅓''.
25th Aug '17 6:37:10 PM WillKeaton
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In ''Clayfighter 63⅓,'' is set on the island of Claymodo, where Dr. Kiln hatches a new scheme to transform the entire world into clay! The clayfighters are set to defeat him for once and for all.

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In ''Clayfighter 63⅓,'' is set on the island of Claymodo, Klaymodo, where Dr. Kiln hatches a new scheme to transform the entire world into clay! The clayfighters are set to defeat him for once and for all.
25th Aug '17 6:33:37 PM WillKeaton
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In the third game, ''Clayfighter 63⅓,'' Dr. Kiln has a new scheme: to transform the entire world into clay! The clayfighters are set to defeat him for once and for all.

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In the third game, ''Clayfighter 63⅓,'' is set on the island of Claymodo, where Dr. Kiln has hatches a new scheme: scheme to transform the entire world into clay! The clayfighters are set to defeat him for once and for all.
25th Aug '17 6:32:33 PM WillKeaton
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The story of Clayfighter begins when a meteor made entirely out of clay crashes on the grounds of a circus located in the town of Mudville. The circus' employees are contaminated by the goo the meteor has emitted, and causes them to transform into twisted and wacky versions of their former selves.

In Clayfighter 2: Judgment Clay, the evil Dr. Kiln uses the goo from the meteor to create even more clayfighters! After the fall of the N. Boss, the final opponent from the first game, Dr. Kiln declares himself grand master of Mudville, and decides to hold a fighting tournament, to see who will become the next grand master of Mudville! Who will win?

In the third game, Clayfighter 63⅓, Dr. Kiln has a new scheme: to transform the entire world into clay! The clayfighters are set to defeat him for once and for all.

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The story of Clayfighter ''Clayfighter'' begins when a meteor made entirely out of clay crashes on the grounds of a circus located in the town of Mudville. The circus' employees are contaminated by the goo the meteor has emitted, and causes them to transform into twisted and wacky versions of their former selves.

In Clayfighter ''Clayfighter 2: Judgment Clay, Clay'', the evil Dr. Kiln uses the goo from the meteor to create even more clayfighters! After the fall of the N. Boss, the final opponent from the first game, Dr. Kiln declares himself grand master of Mudville, and decides to hold a fighting tournament, to see who will become the next grand master of Mudville! Who will win?

In the third game, Clayfighter 63⅓, ''Clayfighter 63⅓,'' Dr. Kiln has a new scheme: to transform the entire world into clay! The clayfighters are set to defeat him for once and for all.



Interplay also announced various new Clayfighter games for Wii and UsefulNotes/DSi, including improved graphics and gameplay, but this was ultimately cancelled. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5N5zw6YOe2k Interplay announced another Clayfighter in early 2015, with an expected release in 2016]], also cancelled.

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Interplay also announced various new Clayfighter games for Wii and UsefulNotes/DSi, including improved graphics and gameplay, but this was ultimately cancelled. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5N5zw6YOe2k Interplay announced another Clayfighter in early 2015, with an expected release in 2016]], 2016,]] also cancelled.
16th Aug '17 6:05:13 PM gongoroth
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*TurnsRed: Most of the CPU opponents from the first game. Even on the harder difficulties, it's usually a piece of cake to pulverize your opponent down to the last inch of their [[LifeMeter life meter]]. After that, though, the CPU will start spamming their most difficult-to-avoid attack (which, in terms of damage caused, is probably also the most lethal), prompting some absolutely ''infuriating'' comebacks by the computers. By and large, then, the entire challenge of the game is crammed into the tail-end of each fight.
11th Aug '17 11:06:01 AM Basara-kun
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* SumoWrestling: Sumo Santa.
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