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''Protect Me Knight''[[labelnote:JP]](''まもって騎士'', ''Mamotte Knight'')[[/labelnote]] 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 UsefulNotes/{{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 (you however can skip this sequence to avoid any frustration of getting into the game).

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''Protect Me Knight''[[labelnote:JP]](''まもって騎士'', ''Mamotte Knight'')[[/labelnote]] 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 [[UsefulNotes/The8bitEraOfConsoleVideoGames the classic 8-bit days of gaming]] with UsefulNotes/{{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 (you however can skip this sequence to avoid any frustration of getting into the game).
14th Sep '17 9:58:06 AM ViperAcidZX
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''Protect Me Knight'' (''まもって騎士'', ''Mamotte Knight'') 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 UsefulNotes/{{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]]

The gameplay premise is simple: Pick one of four character classes -- the [[BarbarianHero Fighter]], the [[BlackMagicianGirl Mage]], the [[CuteBruiser Amazon]], or the {{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 enemies, from goblins, zombies, minotaurs, demons, and even mischievous 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]]. Unlike other tower defense games, players can also move the Princess out of harm's way and to set up barricades around her if things way out of hand.

Up to four players can either participate in the Arcade Mode where they advance through progressively difficult stages and use the leftover Heart Points to level up their hero's abilities, or the Survival Mode to test the player's ability to withstand an endless wave of enemies.

The game was released to UsefulNotes/{{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]].[[note]](Click around the floppy-disc on the page to download the demo.)[[/note]] A sequel called ''みんなでまもって騎士'' (''Minna de Mamotte Knight'') was released for the UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS on September 2014 that introduces a new Old Guy and Archer class, the ability to share and play user-created maps through QR codes, and post release DLC such as an alternate FM audio soundtrack. On July 28, 2016, it was localized under the name of ''Gotta Protectors'' with the FM Soundpack DLC. On September 7, 2017, to celebrate the three year anniversary of the Japanese release of the sequel, an "auto runner" mini-game called ''みんなでまもって騎士 アマゾンのダイエット大作戦'' (''Minna de Mamotte Knight: Amazon no Diet Daisakusen'') / ''Gotta Protectors: Amazon's Running Diet'' was released for free on the sequel's [[http://www.ancient.co.jp/~game/mamotte_knight2/ Japanese page]][[note]](Links to the downloads for both versions are near the bottom of the page)[[/note]], in the form of .nes files for use in Famicom/NES emulators.

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''Protect Me Knight'' (''まもって騎士'', Knight''[[labelnote:JP]](''まもって騎士'', ''Mamotte Knight'') Knight'')[[/labelnote]] 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 UsefulNotes/{{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 it (you however can skip this sequence to avoid any frustration of getting into the game.[[/note]]

game).

The gameplay premise is simple: Pick one of four character classes -- the [[BarbarianHero Fighter]], the [[BlackMagicianGirl Mage]], the [[CuteBruiser Amazon]], or the {{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 enemies, from goblins, zombies, minotaurs, demons, and even mischievous 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 Love Points, they can unleash [[SmartBomb a wide-area attack]]. Unlike other tower defense games, players can also move the Princess out of harm's way and to set up barricades in exchange for Love Points around her if things way out of hand.

hand. Up to four players can either participate in the Arcade Mode where they advance through progressively difficult stages and use the leftover Heart Love Points to level up their hero's abilities, or the Survival Mode to test the player's ability to withstand an endless wave of enemies.

The game was released to UsefulNotes/{{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 of ''Protect Me Knight'' can be downloaded on the game's Japanese website [[http://www.ancient.co.jp/~game/mamotte_knight/ here]].[[note]](Click around the floppy-disc floppy disc on the page to download the demo.)[[/note]] demo)[[/note]] A sequel called ''みんなでまもって騎士'' (''Minna ''Minna de Mamotte Knight'') Knight: Hime no Tokemeki Rhapsody''[[labelnote:JP]](''みんなでまもって騎士 姫のトキメキらぷそでぃ'', EN: ''Protect Me Knight with Everyone: The Princess' Heart-throbbing Rhapsody'')[[/labelnote]] was released for the UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS in Japan on September 2014 that expands on the gameplay elements of its predecessor, introduces a new [[KnightInShiningArmor Old Guy Guy]] and Archer class, {{Archer|Archetype}} classes, features the ability to share and play user-created maps through QR codes, and post release DLC such as an alternate FM audio synth soundtrack. On July 28, 2016, it was localized in North America under the name of ''Gotta Protectors'' with the FM Soundpack soundtrack DLC. On September 7, 2017, to celebrate the three year anniversary of the Japanese release of the sequel, an "auto runner" mini-game called ''みんなでまもって騎士 アマゾンのダイエット大作戦'' (''Minna de Mamotte Knight: Amazon no Diet Daisakusen'') / ''Gotta Protectors: Amazon's Running Diet'' Diet''[[labelnote:JP]]''(みんなでまもって騎士 アマゾンのダイエット大作戦'', ''Minna de Mamotte Knight: Amazon no Diet Daisakusen'')[[/labelnote]] was released for free on the sequel's [[http://www.ancient.co.jp/~game/mamotte_knight2/ Japanese page]][[note]](Links to the downloads for both English and Japanese versions are near the bottom of the page)[[/note]], in the form of .nes files for use which can be used in Famicom/NES emulators.



* BadassGrandpa: The Old Guy from ''Gotta Protectors'' might be a crazy old coot in armor and wears a potty horse, but he can tank damage better than the other classes, is skilled with his lance, and his potty horse shoots powerful homing missiles.



* {{Combos}}: In ''Protect Me Knight'', you can juggle enemies after defeating them for a few extra Heart Points. In ''Gotta Protectors'', a combo meter appears when the player take down enemies in quick succession.

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* {{Combos}}: In ''Protect Me Knight'', you can juggle enemies after defeating them for a few extra Heart Love Points. In ''Gotta Protectors'', a combo meter appears when the player take down enemies in quick succession.succession.
* ContinuingIsPainful: The game doesn't end of the players' character is defeated by the enemy, but they do lose some Love Points when they respawn. This is even less forgiving in ''Gotta Protectors'' as they lose half of their accumulated gold in battle.



** {{Barbarian|Hero}} and {{Amazon|ianBeauty}}. The sequel also has the [[KnightInShiningArmor Old Guy]].

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** {{Barbarian|Hero}} Fighter Class: the [[BarbarianHero Fighter]] and {{Amazon|ianBeauty}}. The sequel also has the [[KnightInShiningArmor Old Guy]].



* FragileSpeedster: The Ninja is one of the fastest classes but has weak defense.



* GlassCannon: The Mage, who can be an efficient damage dealer but can't take much punishment herself.



* ItsAWonderfulFailure: If the Amazon runs out of stamina in ''Gotta Protectors: Amazon's Running Diet'', the players are greeted a view of [[EarthShatteringKaboom the Earth exploding in half]] with a "Game Over: Falling Ass Bomb" message, accompanied with Game Over music from the first game. The mood is also lightened by the game letting the player know to buy ''Gotta Protectors'' on the [=3DS=] [=eShop=].

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* ItsAWonderfulFailure: If the Amazon runs out of stamina in ''Gotta Protectors: Amazon's Running Diet'', she falls down on her butt, then the players are greeted game cuts to a view scene of [[EarthShatteringKaboom the Earth exploding in half]] with a "Game Over: Falling Over -Falling Ass Bomb" Bomb-" message, accompanied with Game Over music from the first game. The mood is also lightened by the game letting the player know to buy ''Gotta Protectors'' on the [=3DS=] [=eShop=].[=eShop=].
* JackOfAllStats: The Amazon, who has balanced stats all around.



* MightyGlacier: The Fighter is somewhat slower than the other classes but has powerful attacks.



* MysticalWhiteHair: The Princess in the fake U.S. packaging, except in the game her hair is actually purple.

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* MysticalWhiteHair: The Princess in the fake parodied U.S. packaging, except in the game her hair is actually purple.



* RPGElements: In the Arcade Mode, the leftover Heart Points that weren't used or lost can be spent to upgrade your heroes' abilities. This gets expanded on in ''Gotta Protectors'' as players can gain food and materials to craft newer weapons, gain new skills (both usable in battle and passive abilities), upgrade said weapons and skills, and use gold to improve facilities around the town square, power-up the castle's defense, and improves Princess Lola's supportive abilities.
* RoyalsWhoActuallyDoSomething: In the first game, Princess Lola doesn't do much outside standing around and looking cute while giving players extra Heart Points when players do well. In the sequel, she can use the Gotta Banner to heal the player when they're next to her, and after reaching a high enough level, use magic to attack enemies at certain intervals.

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* RPGElements: In the Arcade Mode, the leftover Heart Love Points that weren't used or lost can be spent to upgrade your heroes' abilities. This gets expanded on in ''Gotta Protectors'' as players can gain food and materials to craft newer weapons, gain new skills (both usable in battle and passive abilities), upgrade said weapons and skills, and use gold to improve facilities around the town square, power-up the castle's defense, and improves Princess Lola's supportive abilities.
* RoyalsWhoActuallyDoSomething: In the first game, Princess Lola doesn't do much outside standing around and looking cute while giving players extra Heart Love Points when players do well. In the sequel, she can use the Gotta Banner to heal the player when they're next to her, and after reaching a high enough level, use magic to attack enemies at certain intervals.



* SmartBomb: In ''Protect Me Knight'', players can use some of their heart points to perform a smart bomb attack against enemies.

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* SmartBomb: In ''Protect Me Knight'', players can use some of their heart points Love Points to perform a smart bomb attack against enemies.



** AwesomenessMeter: The Princess' Heart Meter, which gives you extra heart points for doing well in battle. The sequel substitutes this by allowing players to gain a powerful charged attack from Princess Lola by filling the Heart Meter.

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** AwesomenessMeter: The Princess' Heart Meter, which gives you extra heart points Love Points for doing well in battle. The sequel substitutes this by allowing players to gain a powerful charged attack from Princess Lola by filling the Heart Meter.


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* StoneWall: Old Guy is even slower than the other classes but he can tank much more punishment.


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* TimedMission: Players must clear the stage within a time limit of 999 seconds, otherwise they'll be swarmed by powerful demons when the timer reaches 0.
* TitleScream: Moving the cursor to the sequel's game icon on the [=3DS=] Home Menu will cause the Princess to the game's full Japanese name.
11th Sep '17 7:01:48 PM ViperAcidZX
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-->-- The Princess during the introduction sequence

''Protect Me Knight'' (''まもって騎士'', ''Mamotte Knight'') 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 UsefulNotes/{{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]]

The gameplay premise is simple: Pick one of four character classes -- the [[BarbarianHero Fighter]], the [[BlackMagicianGirl Mage]], the [[CuteBruiser Amazon]], or the {{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 enemies, from goblins, zombies, minotaurs, demons, and even mischievous 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]]. Unlike other tower defense games, players can also move the princess out of harm's way and to set up a defensive perimeter around her if things way out of hand.

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-->-- The Princess Lola during the introduction sequence

''Protect Me Knight'' (''まもって騎士'', ''Mamotte Knight'') 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 UsefulNotes/{{N|intendoEntertainmentSystem}}ES styled UsefulNotes/{{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]]

The gameplay premise is simple: Pick one of four character classes -- the [[BarbarianHero Fighter]], the [[BlackMagicianGirl Mage]], the [[CuteBruiser Amazon]], or the {{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 enemies, from goblins, zombies, minotaurs, demons, and even mischievous 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]]. Unlike other tower defense games, players can also move the princess Princess out of harm's way and to set up a defensive perimeter barricades around her if things way out of hand.



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

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* AffectionateParody: Of the NES era of video games.
games, while the sequel adds in some references to 80's Japanese pop-culture.
* [[AmazonianBeauty Amazonian]] [[CuteBruiser Cutie]]: The Amazon, given the anime art-style of the game. She also fights with a [[BladeOnAStick spear]] and [[PrecisionGuidedBoomerang [[DeadlyDisc boomerangs]].



* BlackMagicianGirl: The Mage, and she specializes in [[PlayingWithFire fire magic]].
* BlushSticker: On the Mage, Amazon, and Succubi.
* {{Combos}}: The game lets you juggle enemies after defeating them for a few extra Heart Points.
* DamselInDistress: The Princess, and it's your job to protect her.
* DifficultyLevels: The first game have the difficulty levels of Easy, Normal, Hard, and Hell, each varying on which types of mobs will encounters and how many the game throws at you.
* DoppelgangerAttack: The Ninja can upgrade his attacks to use one.

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* BlackMagicianGirl: The Mage, and she specializes in [[PlayingWithFire fire magic]].
magic]]. In the sequel, she also gets other element magic.
* BlushSticker: On Many of the Mage, Amazon, and Succubi.
female characters have these as well as the Prince in ''Gotta Protectors''.
* {{Combos}}: The game lets In ''Protect Me Knight'', you can juggle enemies after defeating them for a few extra Heart Points.
Points. In ''Gotta Protectors'', a combo meter appears when the player take down enemies in quick succession.
* ContinuityNod: [[spoiler:Princess Lola's musical career is referenced in the sequel at the castle's town square with a sign advertising her new single, ''Love for Me''.]]
* DamselInDistress: The Princess, Princess Lola, and it's your job to protect her.
* DifficultyLevels: The first game have ''Protect Me Knight'' has the difficulty levels of Easy, Normal, Hard, and Hell, each varying on which types of mobs will encounters and how many the game throws at you.
you. ''Gotta Protectors'' only have Easy and Normal from the beginning, though higher difficulty levels can be unlocked after meeting certain conditions.
* DoppelgangerAttack: The Ninja can upgrade his attacks to use one.one in ''Protect Me Knight''.



* EverythingIsBetterWithPrincesses: The game has you trying to protect a princess.

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* EverythingIsBetterWithPrincesses: The game has you trying to protect a princess.Princess.



** Fighter Classes: the {{Barbarian|Hero}} and {{Amazon|ianBeauty}}. The sequel also has the [[KnightInShiningArmor Old Guy]].

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** Fighter Classes: the {{Barbarian|Hero}} and {{Amazon|ianBeauty}}. The sequel also has the [[KnightInShiningArmor Old Guy]].



* FireBreathingWeapon: An attack upgrade for the Mage allows her to fire a stream of flames from her staff.
* GainaxEnding: [[spoiler:At the end of the Arcade Mode in the 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, the Barbarian and Amazon playing the guitar, the Mage on keyboard, and the Ninja playing the drums.]]

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* FairySexy: Chrysalis and Pupa in ''Gotta Protectors'', two cute and scantly-clad fairies that run the Choppe Shoppe whom named after the third metamorphosis stage of a caterpillar.
* FireBreathingWeapon: An attack upgrade for the Mage allows her to fire a stream of flames from her staff.
staff and becomes a combo finisher for her in the sequel.
* GainaxEnding: [[spoiler:At the end of the Arcade Mode in the first game, it ends with our four heroes and the Princess Lola putting on a concert show at her castle, with the Princess as the IdolSinger, the Barbarian and Amazon playing the guitar, the Mage on keyboard, and the Ninja playing the drums.]]



* HarderThanHard: The first game has a Hell difficulty where players face off much more agressive enemies than the previous difficulties.

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* HarderThanHard: The first game has a Hell difficulty where players face off much more agressive aggressive enemies than the previous difficulties.



* LifeMeter: The HP meter.
** ManaMeter: As you'd guess, the MP meter.



** DegradedBoss: Bosses fought in one stage such as the minotaurs and undead knights become common enemies later.

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** DegradedBoss: Bosses fought in one stage such as the minotaurs Minotaurs and undead knights Dark Knights become common enemies later.



** TheGrimReaper: As a mook that shoots fireballs.

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** TheGrimReaper: As a mook that shoots fireballs.The Ghost type enemies, which also cast fire magic.



* 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.]]

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* MookMaker: MookMaker:
**
On occasions, a goblin-like UFO appears to spew more goons for our heroes to tackle.tackle in ''Protect Me Knight''. [[spoiler:The [[FinalBoss Goblin King]] will spew goblins for you to deal with.]]]]
** In ''Gotta Protectors'', the game features enemy generators, which either resembles the enemy type they spawn or a symbol.



* NoFourthWall: The sequel features the player blowing into the cartridge again, except this time the player literally blow into the mic to blow into the cartridge.

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* NoFourthWall: The sequel features the player blowing into the cartridge again, except this time the player literally blow into the mic to blow into the cartridge. Princess Lola also talks directly to the player in ''Gotta Protect'' during gameplay on the touch screen or in the map editor.
-->''[the player examining the fence decoration in the Map Editor]''\\
'''Princess Lola:''' "You'd think these fences would make for good barricades. I mean, [[MediumAwareness look at those pixels]]! ...Sorry, what? ...What's a 'Fourth Wall'?"



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

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* RPGElements: In the Arcade Mode, the leftover Heart Points that weren't used or lost can be spent to upgrade your heroes' abilities. This gets expanded on in ''Gotta Protectors'' as players can gain food and materials to craft newer weapons, gain new skills (both usable in battle and passive abilities), upgrade said weapons and skills, and use gold to improve facilities around the town square, power-up the castle's defense, and improves Princess Lola's supportive abilities.
* RoyalsWhoActuallyDoSomething: In the first game, Princess Lola doesn't do much outside standing around and looking cute while giving players extra Heart Points when players do well. In the sequel, she can use the Gotta Banner to heal the player when they're next to her, and after reaching a high enough level, use magic to attack enemies at certain intervals.



* ShesGotLegs: The Mage, as depicted in the parodied Japanese boxart.
* SmartBomb: At the expense of some Heart Points, players can unleash a wide-area attack against enemies.

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* SerialEscalation: The original ''Protect Me Knight'' was a simplistic tower defense-styled game little in the way of a story, whereas ''Gotta Protectors'' expands the core gameplay of the original, made robust changes to the RPG elements, features larger expansive maps, and a much more narrative-driven story that parodies old-school video games and pop-culture.
* ShesGotLegs: The Mage, as depicted in the parodied Japanese boxart.
boxart, as well as the in-game depictions of the Amazon and Succubi enemies.
* ShowWithinAShow: One of the artworks that appear on the touch screen after clearing a stage in ''Gotta Protectors'' features an in-universe anime called "''Barbarian Princess Amazonia''", which features the Amazon in a magical girl-esque costume with a pig-like animal side-kick. It also mentions it airs on [=AncientTV=] on Fridays at 5 PM / 4 PM Central Time.
* SmartBomb: At the expense of some Heart Points, In ''Protect Me Knight'', players can unleash use some of their heart points to perform a wide-area smart bomb attack against enemies.enemies.
* StatMeters:
** AwesomenessMeter: The Princess' Heart Meter, which gives you extra heart points for doing well in battle. The sequel substitutes this by allowing players to gain a powerful charged attack from Princess Lola by filling the Heart Meter.
** LifeMeter: The HP meter.
** ManaMeter: As you'd guess, the MP meter.
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* NoForthWall: The sequel features the player blowing into the cartridge again, except this time the player literally blow into the mic to blow into the cartridge.

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* NoForthWall: NoFourthWall: The sequel features the player blowing into the cartridge again, except this time the player literally blow into the mic to blow into the cartridge.
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The game was released to UsefulNotes/{{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]].[[note]](Click around the floppy-disc on the page to download the demo.)[[/note]] A sequel called ''みんなでまもって騎士'' (''Minna de Mamotte Knight'') was released for the UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS on September 2014 that introduces a new Knight and Archer class, the ability to share and play user-created maps through QR codes, and post release DLC such as an alternate FM audio soundtrack. On July 28, 2016, it was localized under the name of ''Gotta Protectors'' with the FM Soundpack DLC. On September 7, 2017, to celebrate the three year anniversary of the Japanese release of the sequel, an "auto runner" mini-game called ''みんなでまもって騎士 アマゾンのダイエット大作戦'' (''Minna de Mamotte Knight: Amazon no Diet Daisakusen'') / ''Gotta Protectors: Amazon's Running Diet'' was released for free on the sequel's [[http://www.ancient.co.jp/~game/mamotte_knight2/ Japanese page]][[note]](Links to the downloads for both versions are near the bottom of the page)[[/note]], in the form of .nes files for use in Famicom/NES emulators.

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The game was released to UsefulNotes/{{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]].[[note]](Click around the floppy-disc on the page to download the demo.)[[/note]] A sequel called ''みんなでまもって騎士'' (''Minna de Mamotte Knight'') was released for the UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS on September 2014 that introduces a new Knight Old Guy and Archer class, the ability to share and play user-created maps through QR codes, and post release DLC such as an alternate FM audio soundtrack. On July 28, 2016, it was localized under the name of ''Gotta Protectors'' with the FM Soundpack DLC. On September 7, 2017, to celebrate the three year anniversary of the Japanese release of the sequel, an "auto runner" mini-game called ''みんなでまもって騎士 アマゾンのダイエット大作戦'' (''Minna de Mamotte Knight: Amazon no Diet Daisakusen'') / ''Gotta Protectors: Amazon's Running Diet'' was released for free on the sequel's [[http://www.ancient.co.jp/~game/mamotte_knight2/ Japanese page]][[note]](Links to the downloads for both versions are near the bottom of the page)[[/note]], in the form of .nes files for use in Famicom/NES emulators.



* AntiFrustrationFeature: In the spirit of classic video games released on cartridges, the player is greeted with a player within the game trying to blow the game's cartridge and inserting it into the console, which may or may not run the game. However, the player can easily press Start to skip this scene.



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



** Fighter Classes: the {{Barbarian|Hero}} and {{Amazon|ianBeauty}}. The sequel also has the {{Knight|InShiningArmor}}.

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** Fighter Classes: the {{Barbarian|Hero}} and {{Amazon|ianBeauty}}. The sequel also has the {{Knight|InShiningArmor}}.[[KnightInShiningArmor Old Guy]].


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* NoForthWall: The sequel features the player blowing into the cartridge again, except this time the player literally blow into the mic to blow into the cartridge.
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* BigBeautifulWoman: The Amazon is often portrayed with a chubby figure, even moreso in the sequel and ''Gotta Protectors: Amazon's Running Diet'', yet she is as cute as she is powerful.
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->''"Save me... my hero! Defeat [[SymbolSwearing f$%kin]]' goblins!"''
-->-- The Princess

''Protect Me Knight'' (''まもって騎士''(''Mamotte Knight'')) 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 UsefulNotes/{{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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->''"Save me... my hero! Defeat [[SymbolSwearing f$%kin]]' f$%kin' goblins!"''
-->-- The Princess

Princess during the introduction sequence

''Protect Me Knight'' (''まもって騎士''(''Mamotte Knight'')) (''まもって騎士'', ''Mamotte Knight'') 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 UsefulNotes/{{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]]



The game was released to UsefulNotes/{{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]].[[note]](Click around the floppy-disc on the page to download the demo.)[[/note]] A sequel called ''みんなでまもって騎士''(''Minna de Mamotte Knight'') was released for the UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS on September 2014 that introduces a new Knight and Archer class, the ability to share and play user-created maps through QR codes, and post release DLC such as an alternate FM audio soundtrack. On July 28, 2016, it was localized under the name of ''Gotta Protectors'' with the FM Soundpack DLC. On September 7, 2017, to celebrate the three year anniversary of the Japanese release of the sequel, an "auto runner" minigame called ''みんなでまもって騎士 アマゾンのダイエット大作戦''(''Minna de Mamotte Knight: Amazon no Diet Daisakusen'')/''Gotta Protectors: Amazon's Running Diet'' was released for free on the sequel's [[http://www.ancient.co.jp/~game/mamotte_knight2/ Japanese page]][[note]](Links to the downloads for both versions are near the bottom of the page)[[/note]], in the form of .nes files for use in Famicom/NES emulators.

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The game was released to UsefulNotes/{{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]].[[note]](Click around the floppy-disc on the page to download the demo.)[[/note]] A sequel called ''みんなでまもって騎士''(''Minna ''みんなでまもって騎士'' (''Minna de Mamotte Knight'') was released for the UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS on September 2014 that introduces a new Knight and Archer class, the ability to share and play user-created maps through QR codes, and post release DLC such as an alternate FM audio soundtrack. On July 28, 2016, it was localized under the name of ''Gotta Protectors'' with the FM Soundpack DLC. On September 7, 2017, to celebrate the three year anniversary of the Japanese release of the sequel, an "auto runner" minigame mini-game called ''みんなでまもって騎士 アマゾンのダイエット大作戦''(''Minna アマゾンのダイエット大作戦'' (''Minna de Mamotte Knight: Amazon no Diet Daisakusen'')/''Gotta Daisakusen'') / ''Gotta Protectors: Amazon's Running Diet'' was released for free on the sequel's [[http://www.ancient.co.jp/~game/mamotte_knight2/ Japanese page]][[note]](Links to the downloads for both versions are near the bottom of the page)[[/note]], in the form of .nes files for use in Famicom/NES emulators.



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

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* EndlessGame: EndlessGame:
**
Survival Mode in the first game, where you fight many waves of enemies and your heroes randomly gets an upgrade after completing a wave. This mode returns in the sequel.sequel.
** ''Gotta Protectors: Amazon's Running Diet'' is an endless runner where you try to keep the Amazon hydrated as long as possible as she runs through the plains.



** Fighter Classes: the {{Barbarian|Hero}} and {{Amazon|ianBeauty}}

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** Fighter Classes: the {{Barbarian|Hero}} and {{Amazon|ianBeauty}}{{Amazon|ianBeauty}}. The sequel also has the {{Knight|InShiningArmor}}.



** Rogue Class: the {{Ninja}}.

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** Rogue Class: the {{Ninja}}.{{Ninja}}, and in the sequel, the {{Archer|Archetype}}.



* ItsAWonderfulFailure: If the Amazon runs out of stamina in ''Gotta Protectors: Amazon's Running Diet'', the players are greeted a view of [[EarthShatteringKaboom the Earth exploding in half]] with a "Game Over: Falling Ass Bomb" message, accompanied with Game Over music from the first game. The mood is also lightened by the game letting the player know to buy ''Gotta Protectors'' on the [=3DS=] [=eShop=].



** [[CuteMonsterGirl Cute Devil Girl]]: These succubi wants ruin the Princess' day.
** DegradedBoss: The minotaurs, undead knights, et cetera after the first time fighting them.

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** [[CuteMonsterGirl Cute Devil Girl]]: CuteMonsterGirl: These succubi wants ruin the Princess' day.
** DegradedBoss: The minotaurs, Bosses fought in one stage such as the minotaurs and undead knights, et cetera after the first time fighting them.knights become common enemies later.



* {{Retraux}}: The classic 8-bit visuals and chiptune music fits this bill quite nicely. 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]].

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* {{Retraux}}: The classic 8-bit visuals and chiptune music that wouldn't be out of place within the Famicom/NES era fits this bill quite nicely. The players can even construct their faux NES / Famicom Famicom/NES box. Get the print-outs [[http://www.gamesetwatch.com/2010/05/print_your_own_protect_me_knig.php here]]. The sequel also provides a throwback to FM synth music commonly heard on the UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis with the FM Soundpack DLC.



* SceneryPorn: The background in ''Gotta Protectors: Amazon's Running Diet'' is impressively detailed with a wonderful 8-bit reflection of the mountains shown on the lake.



* WalkingShirtlessScene: Try "Walking In Your ThongOfShielding Scene" as the Ninja.

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* WalkingShirtlessScene: Try "Walking In Your ThongOfShielding Scene" as the Ninja.Ninja in the first game.
7th Sep '17 10:57:43 PM homogenized
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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 UsefulNotes/{{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 Me Knight'' (まもって騎士) (''まもって騎士''(''Mamotte Knight'')) 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 UsefulNotes/{{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]]



The game was released to UsefulNotes/{{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. On July 28, 2016, it was localized under the name of ''Gotta Protectors'' 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 UsefulNotes/{{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 [[note]](Click around the floppy-disc on the page to download the demo.)[[/labelnote]] )[[/note]] A sequel called ''みんなでまもって騎士''(''Minna de Mamotte Knight'') was released for the UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS on September 2014 that introduces a new Knight and Archer class. class, the ability to share and play user-created maps through QR codes, and post release DLC such as an alternate FM audio soundtrack. On July 28, 2016, it was localized under the name of ''Gotta Protectors'' with an additional the FM Soundpack DLC, and DLC. On September 7, 2017, to celebrate the ability three year anniversary of the Japanese release of the sequel, an "auto runner" minigame called ''みんなでまもって騎士 アマゾンのダイエット大作戦''(''Minna de Mamotte Knight: Amazon no Diet Daisakusen'')/''Gotta Protectors: Amazon's Running Diet'' was released for free on the sequel's [[http://www.ancient.co.jp/~game/mamotte_knight2/ Japanese page]][[note]](Links to share and play user-created maps through QR codes.
the downloads for both versions are near the bottom of the page)[[/note]], in the form of .nes files for use in Famicom/NES emulators.
29th Jul '17 1:33:19 PM nombretomado
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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 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 UsefulNotes/{{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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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. On July 28, 2016, it was localized under the name of ''Gotta Protectors'' 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 UsefulNotes/{{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. On July 28, 2016, it was localized under the name of ''Gotta Protectors'' with an additional FM Soundpack DLC, and the ability to share and play user-created maps through QR codes.
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