History VideoGame / Timeslaughter

7th Mar '18 12:31:58 PM nombretomado
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* {{Expy}}: Ug is based on TimeKillers' Thugg. Aside from their similar names, they both discover fire in their backstories.

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* {{Expy}}: Ug is based on TimeKillers' ''VideoGame/TimeKillers''' Thugg. Aside from their similar names, they both discover fire in their backstories.



** The title of the game is a clear nod to TimeKillers, and the story of both games involves fighters taken from several points in time against their will (although the reasons for the happening are different).

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** The title of the game is a clear nod to TimeKillers, ''VideoGame/TimeKillers'', and the story of both games involves fighters taken from several points in time against their will (although the reasons for the happening are different).
8th Nov '17 6:02:45 AM UchuuFlamenco
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Released in 1996 for the DOS, ''Timeslaughter'' is a fighting game made by the largely comedic Creator/BloodlustSoftware, made partly to make fun of the surge of violent fighting games that followed ''MortalKombat''.

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Released in 1996 for the DOS, ''Timeslaughter'' is a fighting game made by the largely comedic Creator/BloodlustSoftware, made partly to make fun of the surge of violent fighting games that followed ''MortalKombat''.
''Franchise/MortalKombat''.



Under the frankly ugly graphics, the core of ''Timeslaughter'' is surprisingly good if you consider it was made by just two people. A shareware FightingGame offering multiparallax backgrounds, 3D floors, a ton of digitized speech, blood that stayed on the ground, visible damage on the fighters, several levels of difficulty and speed... and was also quite smooth to play, wasn't really something you saw all days on DOS in the mid 1990s, unless you were dealing with the official conversions of ''Super VideoGame/StreetFighterII Turbo'' and the earlier episodes of ''MortalKombat''.

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Under the frankly ugly graphics, the core of ''Timeslaughter'' is surprisingly good if you consider it was made by just two people. A shareware FightingGame offering multiparallax backgrounds, 3D floors, a ton of digitized speech, blood that stayed on the ground, visible damage on the fighters, several levels of difficulty and speed... and was also quite smooth to play, wasn't really something you saw all days on DOS in the mid 1990s, unless you were dealing with the official conversions of ''Super VideoGame/StreetFighterII Turbo'' and the earlier episodes of ''MortalKombat''.
''Franchise/MortalKombat''.
7th Oct '17 9:47:51 PM nombretomado
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Released in 1996 for the DOS, ''Timeslaughter'' is a fighting game made by the largely comedic BloodlustSoftware, made partly to make fun of the surge of violent fighting games that followed ''MortalKombat''.

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Released in 1996 for the DOS, ''Timeslaughter'' is a fighting game made by the largely comedic BloodlustSoftware, Creator/BloodlustSoftware, made partly to make fun of the surge of violent fighting games that followed ''MortalKombat''.
3rd May '17 11:18:37 AM Oshawott777
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** The characters are parodies of fighting game stereotypes and cliches. Aside from the Ug example below, Spice makes fun of [[MsFanservice women wearing little amounts of clothing]], and Savage is a meaner version of BoisterousBruiser characters like Zangief.

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** The characters are parodies of fighting game stereotypes and cliches. Aside from the Ug example below, Spice makes fun of [[MsFanservice women busty female characters wearing little amounts of clothing]], and Savage is a meaner version of BoisterousBruiser characters like Zangief.Zangief. Mojumbo, Pierre, Chi, and Lazarus are parodies of [[CaptainEthnic fighters whose personas and abilities are based on stereotypical views of their ethnicity.]]



* {{Expy}}: Ug is based on TimeKillers' Thugg. Aside from their similar names, the both discover fire.

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* {{Expy}}: Ug is based on TimeKillers' Thugg. Aside from their similar names, the they both discover fire.fire in their backstories.
2nd Apr '17 11:23:05 AM nombretomado
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* SplitPersonality: One moment Asylum's acting like [[PeeweesPlayhouse Peewee Herman]], the next he's UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler.

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* SplitPersonality: One moment Asylum's acting like [[PeeweesPlayhouse [[Series/PeeweesPlayhouse Peewee Herman]], the next he's UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler.
19th Jan '17 8:42:49 AM Oshawott777
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* AffectionateParody: Of violent Mortal Kombat clones.
** The characters are parodies of fighting game stereotypes and cliches. Aside from the Ug example below, Spice makes fun of [[MsFanservice women wearing little amounts of clothing]], and Savage is a meaner version of BoisterousBruiser characters like Zangief.


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* {{Expy}}: Ug is based on TimeKillers' Thugg. Aside from their similar names, the both discover fire.
9th Mar '16 5:20:59 PM BiffJr
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Although it was originally sold, the game and a "director's cut" version (really just a functioning beta with some different art assets) [[http://bloodlustsoftware.com/timeslaughter.html is now freeware.]]
25th Oct '14 3:30:44 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* SplitPersonality: One moment Asylum's acting like [[PeeweesPlayhouse Peewee Herman]], the next he's AdolfHitler.

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* SplitPersonality: One moment Asylum's acting like [[PeeweesPlayhouse Peewee Herman]], the next he's AdolfHitler.UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler.
11th Mar '13 1:03:57 PM TiggersAreGreat
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[[WMG: This game provides examples of:]]

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* SplitPersonality: One moment Asylum's acting like [[PeeweesPlayhouse Peewee Herman]], the next he's AdolfHitler.

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* SplitPersonality: One moment Asylum's acting like [[PeeweesPlayhouse Peewee Herman]], the next he's AdolfHitler.AdolfHitler.
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21st Jul '12 6:23:10 AM Jake18
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* ClusterFBomb: The victory quotes are all very heavy on the profanity.
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