History VideoGame / ProtectMeKnight

26th Jul '16 2:42:27 PM WillyFourEyes
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The game was released to {{Xbox L|iveArcade}}IVE on May 14, 2010 under its Japanese name in the Xbox LIVE Indie Games section for $2.99. An old PC demo can be downloaded on the Japanese website [[http://www.ancient.co.jp/~game/mamotte_knight/ here]].[[labelnote:*]](Click around the floppy-disc on the page to download the demo.)[[/labelnote]] A sequel was released for the UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS's on September 2014 that introduces a new Knight and Archer class. The sequel will be localized under the name of ''Gotta Protectors'' in July 21, 2016 with an additional FM Soundpack DLC, and the ability to share and play user-created maps through QR codes.

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The game was released to {{Xbox L|iveArcade}}IVE on May 14, 2010 under its Japanese name in the Xbox LIVE Indie Games section for $2.99. An old PC demo can be downloaded on the Japanese website [[http://www.ancient.co.jp/~game/mamotte_knight/ here]].[[labelnote:*]](Click around the floppy-disc on the page to download the demo.)[[/labelnote]] A sequel was released for the UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS's on September 2014 that introduces a new Knight and Archer class. The sequel will be localized under the name of ''Gotta Protectors'' in July 21, 28, 2016 with an additional FM Soundpack DLC, and the ability to share and play user-created maps through QR codes.



* BlackMagicianGirl: The Mage, and she specializes in [[PlayingWIthFire fire magic]].

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* BlackMagicianGirl: The Mage, and she specializes in [[PlayingWIthFire [[PlayingWithFire fire magic]].
13th Jul '16 2:21:44 AM Morgenthaler
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'''''Protect Me Knight''''' (まもって騎士) is an indie TowerDefense game by Creator/YuzoKoshiro's team of game developers at Ancient with Yuzo composing the game's music. The game pays homage to [[The8BitEraOfConsoleVideoGames the classic 8-bit days of gaming]] with {{N|intendoEntertainmentSystem}}ES styled visuals and MIDI chiptune music. The game's start-up sequence even has the player attempting to get the cartridge to work by blowing into it.[[note]]You however can skip this to avoid any frustration of getting into the game.[[/note]]

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'''''Protect ''Protect Me Knight''''' Knight'' (まもって騎士) is an indie TowerDefense game by Creator/YuzoKoshiro's team of game developers at Ancient with Yuzo composing the game's music. The game pays homage to [[The8BitEraOfConsoleVideoGames the classic 8-bit days of gaming]] with {{N|intendoEntertainmentSystem}}ES styled visuals and MIDI chiptune music. The game's start-up sequence even has the player attempting to get the cartridge to work by blowing into it.[[note]]You however can skip this to avoid any frustration of getting into the game.[[/note]]
13th Jul '16 2:21:33 AM Morgenthaler
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* RedHeadedHero: The Fighter, with the default color palette.
7th Jul '16 5:31:57 PM ViperAcidZX
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The game was released to {{Xbox L|iveArcade}}IVE on May 14, 2010 under its Japanese name in the Xbox LIVE Indie Games section for $2.99. An old PC demo can be downloaded on the Japanese website [[http://www.ancient.co.jp/~game/mamotte_knight/ here]].[[labelnote:*]](Click around the floppy-disc on the page to download the demo.)[[/labelnote]] A sequel was released for the UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS's on September 2014 that introduces a new Knight and Archer class. The sequel will be localized under the name of ''Gotta Protectors'' in July 1, 2016 with an additional FM Soundpack DLC, and the ability to share and play user-created maps through QR codes.

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The game was released to {{Xbox L|iveArcade}}IVE on May 14, 2010 under its Japanese name in the Xbox LIVE Indie Games section for $2.99. An old PC demo can be downloaded on the Japanese website [[http://www.ancient.co.jp/~game/mamotte_knight/ here]].[[labelnote:*]](Click around the floppy-disc on the page to download the demo.)[[/labelnote]] A sequel was released for the UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS's on September 2014 that introduces a new Knight and Archer class. The sequel will be localized under the name of ''Gotta Protectors'' in July 1, 21, 2016 with an additional FM Soundpack DLC, and the ability to share and play user-created maps through QR codes.
7th Jul '16 5:31:18 PM ViperAcidZX
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The game was released to {{Xbox L|iveArcade}}IVE on May 14, 2010 under its Japanese name in the Xbox LIVE Indie Games section for $2.99. An old PC demo can be downloaded on the Japanese website [[http://www.ancient.co.jp/~game/mamotte_knight/ here]].[[labelnote:*]](Click around the floppy-disc on the page to download the demo.)[[/labelnote]] A sequel was released for the UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS on September 2014 that introduces a new Knight and Archer class.

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The game was released to {{Xbox L|iveArcade}}IVE on May 14, 2010 under its Japanese name in the Xbox LIVE Indie Games section for $2.99. An old PC demo can be downloaded on the Japanese website [[http://www.ancient.co.jp/~game/mamotte_knight/ here]].[[labelnote:*]](Click around the floppy-disc on the page to download the demo.)[[/labelnote]] A sequel was released for the UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS's on September 2014 that introduces a new Knight and Archer class.
class. The sequel will be localized under the name of ''Gotta Protectors'' in July 1, 2016 with an additional FM Soundpack DLC, and the ability to share and play user-created maps through QR codes.



* AffectionateParody / {{Homage}}: Of the NES era of video games.

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* AffectionateParody / {{Homage}}: AffectionateParody: Of the NES era of video games.



* BlushSticker: On the Mage and Amazon.

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* BlushSticker: On the Mage Mage, Amazon, and Amazon.Succubi.



* DifficultyLevels: Easy, Normal, Hard, and Hell.

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* DifficultyLevels: The first game have the difficulty levels of Easy, Normal, Hard, and Hell.Hell, each varying on which types of mobs will encounters and how many the game throws at you.



* EndlessGame: Survival Mode. You fight many waves of enemies and your heroes randomly gets an upgrade after completing a wave.

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* EndlessGame: Survival Mode. You Mode in the first game, where you fight many waves of enemies and your heroes randomly gets an upgrade after completing a wave.wave. This mode returns in the sequel.



* LevelEditor: The sequel features a map editor that allows players to create their own levels and share them with the community via QR codes.



* MrFanservice: The Ninja, clad in mask and a thong and not much else.

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* MrFanservice: The Ninja, clad in mask and a thong and not much else. In the trailer of ''Gotta Protectors'', there's a portrait of the Ninja wearing a sling bikini.
17th Dec '14 7:50:43 PM ViperAcidZX
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-> ''"Save me... my hero! Defeat [[PrecisionFStrike f]][[SymbolSwearing $%]][[PrecisionFStrike kin']] goblins!"''
-->-- The Princess, during the game's Title Screen

'''''Protect Me Knight''''' (まもって騎士) is an indie TowerDefense game by YuzoKoshiro's team of game developers from Ancient with Yuzo composing the game's music. The game pays homage to [[The8BitEraOfConsoleVideoGames the classic 8-bit days of gaming]] such as the {{N|intendoEntertainmentSystem}}ES with its pixelated art-style and midi-styled music. It even boots up as if the player is trying to get the cartridge to work by blowing into it.[[labelnote:*]]You can skip this to avoid any frustration of getting into the game.[[/labelnote]]

The gameplay premise is simple: Pick one of four character classes -- the [[BarbarianHero Fighter]], the [[BlackMagicianGirl Mage]], the [[CuteBruiser Amazon]], or the [[InstantAwesomeJustAddNinja Ninja]] -- and protect your cute, happy-go-lucky [[EverythingIsBetterWithPrincesses Princess]] from harm. The problem: [[EverythingTryingToKillYou everything is trying to kick her cute little butt]]. All sorts of {{mooks}}, from goblins, zombies, minotaurs, demons, and even mischievous [[CuteMonsterGirl cute succubi]], will have at you for defending the Princess. If that wasn't enough, dragons, giant lizard men, and other bosses will show up on occasions to stomp down anyone ''and'' anything in their path. Luckily, our brave heroes can fight off these enemies with their weapons of choice and special abilities, and by spending Heart Points, they can unleash [[SmartBomb a wide-area attack]]. They can also move the princess out of harm's way and to set up a defense perimeter around her if things way out of hand in a particular area.

The game features an Arcade Mode in which players can progress through progressively difficult stages and use leftover Heart Points to level up their hero's abilities, and a Survival Mode to test the player's ability to withstand an endless wave of enemies. It also features co-op up to four players; sadly, it's local multi-player only.

The game was released to XboxLiveArcade on May 14, 2010 under its Japanese name in the Indie Games section for $2.99. An old demo for PC can be downloaded on the Japanese website [[http://www.ancient.co.jp/~game/mamotte_knight/ here]][[labelnote:*]](click around the floppy-disc on the page to download the PC demo)[[/labelnote]] with the Xbox 360's trial version and purchased version [[http://marketplace.xbox.com/en-US/Product/%E3%81%BE%E3%82%82%E3%81%A3%E3%81%A6%E9%A8%8E%E5%A3%AB/66acd000-77fe-1000-9115-d802585504f8 here]].

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-> ''"Save ->''"Save me... my hero! Defeat [[PrecisionFStrike f]][[SymbolSwearing $%]][[PrecisionFStrike kin']] [[SymbolSwearing f$%kin]]' goblins!"''
-->-- The Princess, during the game's Title Screen

Princess

'''''Protect Me Knight''''' (まもって騎士) is an indie TowerDefense game by YuzoKoshiro's Creator/YuzoKoshiro's team of game developers from at Ancient with Yuzo composing the game's music. The game pays homage to [[The8BitEraOfConsoleVideoGames the classic 8-bit days of gaming]] such as the with {{N|intendoEntertainmentSystem}}ES with its pixelated art-style styled visuals and midi-styled MIDI chiptune music. It The game's start-up sequence even boots up as if has the player is trying attempting to get the cartridge to work by blowing into it.[[labelnote:*]]You [[note]]You however can skip this to avoid any frustration of getting into the game.[[/labelnote]]

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The gameplay premise is simple: Pick one of four character classes -- the [[BarbarianHero Fighter]], the [[BlackMagicianGirl Mage]], the [[CuteBruiser Amazon]], or the [[InstantAwesomeJustAddNinja Ninja]] -- and protect your cute, happy-go-lucky [[EverythingIsBetterWithPrincesses Princess]] from harm. The problem: [[EverythingTryingToKillYou everything is trying to kick her cute little butt]]. All sorts of {{mooks}}, enemies, from goblins, zombies, minotaurs, demons, and even mischievous [[CuteMonsterGirl cute succubi]], succubi, will have at you for defending the Princess. If that wasn't enough, dragons, giant lizard men, and other bosses will show up on occasions to stomp down anyone ''and'' anything in their path. Luckily, our brave heroes can fight off these enemies with their weapons of choice and special abilities, and by spending Heart Points, they can unleash [[SmartBomb a wide-area attack]]. They Unlike other tower defense games, players can also move the princess out of harm's way and to set up a defense defensive perimeter around her if things way out of hand hand.

Up to four players can either participate
in a particular area.

The game features an
the Arcade Mode in which players can progress where they advance through progressively difficult stages and use the leftover Heart Points to level up their hero's abilities, and a or the Survival Mode to test the player's ability to withstand an endless wave of enemies. It also features co-op up to four players; sadly, it's local multi-player only.

enemies.

The game was released to XboxLiveArcade {{Xbox L|iveArcade}}IVE on May 14, 2010 under its Japanese name in the Xbox LIVE Indie Games section for $2.99. An old PC demo for PC can be downloaded on the Japanese website [[http://www.ancient.co.jp/~game/mamotte_knight/ here]][[labelnote:*]](click here]].[[labelnote:*]](Click around the floppy-disc on the page to download the PC demo)[[/labelnote]] with demo.)[[/labelnote]] A sequel was released for the Xbox 360's trial version UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS on September 2014 that introduces a new Knight and purchased version [[http://marketplace.xbox.com/en-US/Product/%E3%81%BE%E3%82%82%E3%81%A3%E3%81%A6%E9%A8%8E%E5%A3%AB/66acd000-77fe-1000-9115-d802585504f8 here]].
Archer class.



* AffectionateParody and {{Homage}}: [[The8BitEraOfConsoleVideoGames Of the NES era of video games]].

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* AffectionateParody and / {{Homage}}: [[The8BitEraOfConsoleVideoGames Of the NES era of video games]].games.



* BareYourMidriff: The Amazon, thanks to her ChainmailBikini, and the succubi. Also, the Mage and the Princess in the game's parodied packaging also show off their midriff.

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* BareYourMidriff: The Amazon, thanks to her ChainmailBikini, and the succubi. Also, the succubi who are sporting equally skimmy outfits. The Mage and the Princess in the game's parodied packaging also show off their midriff.



* BlindIdiotTranslation: Played with to parody the early days of games with bad Japanese-to-English translations.



* DifficultyLevels: Easy, Normal, Hard, and...
** HarderThanHard: [[NintendoHard Hell]] mode.

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* DifficultyLevels: Easy, Normal, Hard, and...
** HarderThanHard: [[NintendoHard Hell]] mode.
and Hell.



* EndlessGame: Survival Mode.
* EverythingIsBetterWithPrincesses
* [[EverythingTryingToKillYou Everything Is Trying To Kill You and The Princess]]
* ExcusePlot: All you know is that our heroes rescue the Princess from goblins and are trying to return her to her castle.
* FantasyCharacterClasses: The four heroes as follows:

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* EndlessGame: Survival Mode.
Mode. You fight many waves of enemies and your heroes randomly gets an upgrade after completing a wave.
* EverythingIsBetterWithPrincesses
EverythingIsBetterWithPrincesses: The game has you trying to protect a princess.
* [[EverythingTryingToKillYou Everything Is Trying To Kill You and The Princess]]
Princess]]: Goblins, the undead, demons, dragons, and more want a piece of her.
* ExcusePlot: All you need know about the first game is that our heroes rescue rescued the Princess from goblins and are trying to return her to her castle.
* FantasyCharacterClasses: The four games' heroes as follows:



** Magician Class: the [[BlackMage Mage]]

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** Magician Class: the [[BlackMage Mage]]Mage]].



* [[spoiler:GainaxEnding: At the end of the Arcade Mode, the game ends with our four heroes and the Princess putting on a concert show at her castle, with the Princess as the IdolSinger.]]

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* [[spoiler:GainaxEnding: At GainaxEnding: [[spoiler:At the end of the Arcade Mode, Mode in the game first game, it ends with our four heroes and the Princess putting on a concert show at her castle, with the Princess as the IdolSinger.IdolSinger, the Barbarian and Amazon playing the guitar, the Mage on keyboard, and the Ninja playing the drums.]]



* GenkiGirl: The succubi.

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* GenkiGirl: The succubi. They are upbeat about shooting magical energy (and later fire) at the Princess and anyone protecting her.
* HarderThanHard: The first game has a Hell difficulty where players face off much more agressive enemies than the previous difficulties.



* IntentionalEngrishForFunny: The game parodies the poor Japanese-to-English translations commonly found in some NES games.



* MookMaker: On occasions, a goblin-like UFO appears to spew more goons for our heroes to tackle.
** [[spoiler:The [[FinalBoss Goblin King]] will spew goblins for you to deal with.]]
* MrFanservice: The Ninja.

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* MookMaker: On occasions, a goblin-like UFO appears to spew more goons for our heroes to tackle.
**
tackle. [[spoiler:The [[FinalBoss Goblin King]] will spew goblins for you to deal with.]]
* MrFanservice: The Ninja.Ninja, clad in mask and a thong and not much else.



* RedHeadedHero: The Fighter, by default.
* {{Retraux}}: The classic 8-bit visuals and midi-styled music fits this bill quite nicely. It lets players construct their faux NES / Famicom box. Get the print-outs [[http://www.gamesetwatch.com/2010/05/print_your_own_protect_me_knig.php here]]!
* RPGElements: In Arcade Mode, the leftover Heart Points that weren't used or lost can be spent to upgrade your heroes' abilities.

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* RedHeadedHero: The Fighter, by default.
with the default color palette.
* {{Retraux}}: The classic 8-bit visuals and midi-styled chiptune music fits this bill quite nicely. It lets The players can even construct their faux NES / Famicom box. Get the print-outs [[http://www.gamesetwatch.com/2010/05/print_your_own_protect_me_knig.php here]]!
here]].
* RPGElements: In the Arcade Mode, the leftover Heart Points that weren't used or lost can be spent to upgrade your heroes' abilities.



* {{Stripperiffic}}: The Amazon and the succubi. The Ninja serves a [[DistaffCounterpart male equivalent]] to this.
** The Mage and the Princess also wear revealing outfits respectively in the game's parodied Japanese and English packaging.

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* {{Stripperiffic}}: The Amazon and the succubi. The Ninja serves a [[DistaffCounterpart male equivalent]] to this.
**
this. The Mage and the Princess also wear revealing outfits respectively in the game's parodied Japanese and English packaging.
3rd Aug '14 1:58:05 PM ChaoticNovelist
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* {{Retraux}}: The classic 8-bit visuals and midi-styled music fits this bill quite nicely. BonusPoints for letting players construct their faux NES / Famicom box. Get the print-outs [[http://www.gamesetwatch.com/2010/05/print_your_own_protect_me_knig.php here]]!

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* {{Retraux}}: The classic 8-bit visuals and midi-styled music fits this bill quite nicely. BonusPoints for letting It lets players construct their faux NES / Famicom box. Get the print-outs [[http://www.gamesetwatch.com/2010/05/print_your_own_protect_me_knig.php here]]!
1st Aug '14 7:29:53 PM Luigifan
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The gameplay premise is simple: Pick one of four character classes -- the [[BarbarianHero Fighter]], the [[BlackMagicianGirl Mage]], the [[CuteBruiser Amazon]], or the [[InstantAwesomeJustAddNinja Ninja]] -- and protect your cute, happy-go-lucky [[EverythingIsBetterWithPrincesses Princess]] from harm. The problem: [[EverythingTryingToKillYou everything is trying kick her cute little butt]]. The kinds {{mooks}} our brave defenders face-off against ranges from goblins, zombies, minotaurs, demons, and even mischievous [[CuteMonsterGirl cute succubi]] will have at you for defending the Princess. If that wasn't enough, dragons, giant lizard men, and other bosses will show up on occasions to stomp down anyone ''and'' anything in their path. Luckily our brave heroes can fight off these enemies with their weapons of choice, special abilities, and at the expense of the Heart Points earned to unleash [[SmartBomb a wide-area attack]]. They can also move her out of harm's way and to set up a defense perimeter around her if things way out of hand in a particular area.

The game features an Arcade Mode in which players can progress through progressively difficult stages and use the leftover Heart Points to level your hero's abilities, and a Survival Mode to test the player's ability to withstand an endless wave of enemies. It also features co-op up to four players, sadly it's local multi-player only.

The game was released to XboxLiveArcade on May 14, 2010 under its Japanese name in the Indie Games section for $2.99. An old demo for PC can be downloaded the Japanese website [[http://www.ancient.co.jp/~game/mamotte_knight/ here]][[labelnote:*]](click around the floppy-disc on the page to download the PC demo)[[/labelnote]] with the Xbox 360's trial version and purchased [[http://marketplace.xbox.com/en-US/Product/%E3%81%BE%E3%82%82%E3%81%A3%E3%81%A6%E9%A8%8E%E5%A3%AB/66acd000-77fe-1000-9115-d802585504f8 here]].

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The gameplay premise is simple: Pick one of four character classes -- the [[BarbarianHero Fighter]], the [[BlackMagicianGirl Mage]], the [[CuteBruiser Amazon]], or the [[InstantAwesomeJustAddNinja Ninja]] -- and protect your cute, happy-go-lucky [[EverythingIsBetterWithPrincesses Princess]] from harm. The problem: [[EverythingTryingToKillYou everything is trying to kick her cute little butt]]. The kinds {{mooks}} our brave defenders face-off against ranges All sorts of {{mooks}}, from goblins, zombies, minotaurs, demons, and even mischievous [[CuteMonsterGirl cute succubi]] succubi]], will have at you for defending the Princess. If that wasn't enough, dragons, giant lizard men, and other bosses will show up on occasions to stomp down anyone ''and'' anything in their path. Luckily Luckily, our brave heroes can fight off these enemies with their weapons of choice, choice and special abilities, and at the expense of the by spending Heart Points earned to Points, they can unleash [[SmartBomb a wide-area attack]]. They can also move her the princess out of harm's way and to set up a defense perimeter around her if things way out of hand in a particular area.

The game features an Arcade Mode in which players can progress through progressively difficult stages and use the leftover Heart Points to level your up their hero's abilities, and a Survival Mode to test the player's ability to withstand an endless wave of enemies. It also features co-op up to four players, sadly players; sadly, it's local multi-player only.

The game was released to XboxLiveArcade on May 14, 2010 under its Japanese name in the Indie Games section for $2.99. An old demo for PC can be downloaded on the Japanese website [[http://www.ancient.co.jp/~game/mamotte_knight/ here]][[labelnote:*]](click around the floppy-disc on the page to download the PC demo)[[/labelnote]] with the Xbox 360's trial version and purchased version [[http://marketplace.xbox.com/en-US/Product/%E3%81%BE%E3%82%82%E3%81%A3%E3%81%A6%E9%A8%8E%E5%A3%AB/66acd000-77fe-1000-9115-d802585504f8 here]].



* [[AmazonianBeauty Amazonian]] [[CuteBruiser Cutie]]: The Amazon, given anime art-style of the game. She also fights with a [[BladeOnAStick spear]] and [[PrecisionGuidedBoomerang boomerangs]].

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* [[AmazonianBeauty Amazonian]] [[CuteBruiser Cutie]]: The Amazon, given the anime art-style of the game. She also fights with a [[BladeOnAStick spear]] and [[PrecisionGuidedBoomerang boomerangs]].



* BareYourMidriff: The Amazon, thanks to her ChainmailBikini, and the succubi. Also the Mage and the Princess in the game's parodied packaging also show off their midriff.

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* BareYourMidriff: The Amazon, thanks to her ChainmailBikini, and the succubi. Also Also, the Mage and the Princess in the game's parodied packaging also show off their midriff.



* ExcusePlot: All you know is that our heroes rescues the Princess from goblins and are trying to return her to the her castle.

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* ExcusePlot: All you know is that our heroes rescues rescue the Princess from goblins and are trying to return her to the her castle.



* [[spoiler:GainaxEnding: At the end of the Arcade Mode, the game ends with our four heroes and the Princess putting on concert show at her castle, with the Princess as the IdolSinger.]]

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* [[spoiler:GainaxEnding: At the end of the Arcade Mode, the game ends with our four heroes and the Princess putting on a concert show at her castle, with the Princess as the IdolSinger.]]



** SmashMook: The goblins, very same goblins the Princess wants you to "f$%kin' defeat".

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** SmashMook: The goblins, the very same goblins the Princess wants you to "f$%kin' defeat".



** [[spoiler:The [[FinalBoss Goblin King]] will spew goblin for you to deal with.]]

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** [[spoiler:The [[FinalBoss Goblin King]] will spew goblin goblins for you to deal with.]]



* PaletteSwap: In true old-school fashion, enemies comes in different palettes. Players can also change thier color palettes before starting a game as well.
* PlayingWithFire: The Mage and most of the enemies abuses fire.

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* PaletteSwap: In true old-school fashion, enemies comes come in different palettes. Players can also change thier their color palettes before starting a game as well.
* PlayingWithFire: The Mage and most of the enemies abuses abuse fire.



* RPGElements: In Arcade Mode, the leftover Heart Points that wasn't used or lost can be spent to upgrade your heroes' abilities.

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* RPGElements: In Arcade Mode, the leftover Heart Points that wasn't weren't used or lost can be spent to upgrade your heroes' abilities.



** The Mage and the Princess also wears a revealing outfit respectively in the game's parodied Japanese and English packaging.

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** The Mage and the Princess also wears a wear revealing outfit outfits respectively in the game's parodied Japanese and English packaging.
6th Jul '14 10:36:11 AM MacronNotes
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* RoseHairedGirl: The Amazon, by default. The Mage is also depicted as one (and can be thanks to palette-swapping) in the parodied Japanese box-art.
10th Oct '13 6:38:02 PM ViperAcidZX
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The game was released to XboxLiveArcade on May 14, 2010 under its Japanese name in the Indie Games section for $2.99. An old demo for PC can be downloaded the Japanese website [[http://www.ancient.co.jp/~game/mamotte_knight/ here]][[labelnote:*]](click around the floppy-disc on the page to download the PC demo)[[/labelnote]] with the Xbox 360's trial version and full game can be downloaded to the hardware [[http://marketplace.xbox.com/en-US/Product/%E3%81%BE%E3%82%82%E3%81%A3%E3%81%A6%E9%A8%8E%E5%A3%AB/66acd000-77fe-1000-9115-d802585504f8 here]].

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The game was released to XboxLiveArcade on May 14, 2010 under its Japanese name in the Indie Games section for $2.99. An old demo for PC can be downloaded the Japanese website [[http://www.ancient.co.jp/~game/mamotte_knight/ here]][[labelnote:*]](click around the floppy-disc on the page to download the PC demo)[[/labelnote]] with the Xbox 360's trial version and full game can be downloaded to the hardware purchased [[http://marketplace.xbox.com/en-US/Product/%E3%81%BE%E3%82%82%E3%81%A3%E3%81%A6%E9%A8%8E%E5%A3%AB/66acd000-77fe-1000-9115-d802585504f8 here]].



* BareYourMidriff: The Amazon, thanks to her ChainmailBikini, and the succubi. Also the Mage and the Princess in the game's parodied packagings also show off their midriff.

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* BareYourMidriff: The Amazon, thanks to her ChainmailBikini, and the succubi. Also the Mage and the Princess in the game's parodied packagings packaging also show off their midriff.



* BladeOnAStick: The Amazon's weapon of choice.



* BlushSticker: On the Mage and Amazon.



* FantasyCharacterClasses: The four heroes as follows:
** Fighter Classes: the {{Barbarian|Hero}} and {{Amazon|ianBeauty}}
** Magician Class: the [[BlackMage Mage]]
** Rogue Class: the {{Ninja}}.



* InstantAwesomeJustAddNinja

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* InstantAwesomeJustAddNinjaInstantAwesomeJustAddNinja: The Ninja, obviously.



* LifeDrain: One of the Amazon's upgrades lets her absorb the damage she dealt to her enemies.

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* LifeDrain: One of the Amazon's upgrades lets her absorb the damage she dealt deals to her enemies.



** TheGrimReaper: As a mook that abuses fire.

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** TheGrimReaper: As a mook that abuses fire.shoots fireballs.



* MsFanservice: The Amazon and the succubi. The Mage and Princess are depicted as one in the parodied packagings.

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* MsFanservice: The Amazon and the succubi. The Mage and Princess are depicted as one in the parodied packagings.Japanese and U.S. packaging respectively.
* MysticalWhiteHair: The Princess in the fake U.S. packaging, except in the game her hair is actually purple.



* {{Retraux}}: The classic 8-bit visuals and midi-styled music fits this bill quite nicely.
** BonusPoints for letting players construct their faux NES / Famicom box. Get the print-outs [[http://www.gamesetwatch.com/2010/05/print_your_own_protect_me_knig.php here]]!

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* {{Retraux}}: The classic 8-bit visuals and midi-styled music fits this bill quite nicely.
**
nicely. BonusPoints for letting players construct their faux NES / Famicom box. Get the print-outs [[http://www.gamesetwatch.com/2010/05/print_your_own_protect_me_knig.php here]]!



* ShesGotLegs: The Mage, depicted in the parodied Japanese boxart.

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* ShesGotLegs: The Mage, as depicted in the parodied Japanese boxart.
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