History VideoGame / WreckingCrew

15th Nov '17 12:53:40 PM sampacm
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* PowerUpMotif: A rather awesome one when you get the Golden Hammer.
29th Jul '17 1:05:05 PM GrammarNavi
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Creator/{{Nintendo}}, before making the ''VideoGame/MarioBros'' [[VideoGame/SuperMarioBros1 "Super"]] but after having the elder brother square off against VideoGame/DonkeyKong, employed Mario and Luigi in ''Wrecking Crew'', a platform-based MazeGame released for the NintendoEntertainmentSystem in 1985.

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Creator/{{Nintendo}}, before making the ''VideoGame/MarioBros'' [[VideoGame/SuperMarioBros1 "Super"]] but after having the elder brother square off against VideoGame/DonkeyKong, employed Mario and Luigi in ''Wrecking Crew'', a platform-based MazeGame released for the NintendoEntertainmentSystem UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem in 1985.



Nintendo released ''Wrecking Crew '98'' in Japan only as one of the last games for the [[SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem Super Famicom]]. This was a compilation of the original ''Wrecking Crew'' with an all-new competitive MatchThreeGame. The story once again sees Spike, this time working for three-month younger Bowser, impeding Mario's demolition job. Foreman Spike himself would also reappear as an unlockable character in ''Mobile Golf'', a Japan-only GameBoyColor entry in the ''VideoGame/MarioGolf'' series. Later, this game would appear in VideoGame/NESRemix.

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Nintendo released ''Wrecking Crew '98'' in Japan only as one of the last games for the [[SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem [[UsefulNotes/SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem Super Famicom]]. This was a compilation of the original ''Wrecking Crew'' with an all-new competitive MatchThreeGame. The story once again sees Spike, this time working for three-month younger Bowser, impeding Mario's demolition job. Foreman Spike himself would also reappear as an unlockable character in ''Mobile Golf'', a Japan-only GameBoyColor UsefulNotes/GameBoyColor entry in the ''VideoGame/MarioGolf'' series. Later, this game would appear in VideoGame/NESRemix.
18th Apr '17 5:49:07 PM shimaspawn
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* OurMonstersAreWeird: Living wrenches and [[FundamentallyFunnyFruit eggplant]] people, this game is where the franchise's enemies started getting ''really'' weird

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* OurMonstersAreWeird: Living wrenches and [[FundamentallyFunnyFruit eggplant]] eggplant people, this game is where the franchise's enemies started getting ''really'' weird
24th Nov '15 9:53:51 AM MissConception
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Like several other NES games, it was adapted into an arcade game running on the Vs. System. ''Vs. Wrecking Crew'', unlike the NES version, allowed simultaneous multiplayer.

Nintendo released ''Wrecking Crew '98'' in Japan only as one of the last games for the [[SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem Super Famicom]]. This was a compilation of the original ''Wrecking Crew'' with an all-new competitive MatchThreeGame. The story once again sees Spike, this time working for 3-month younger Bowser, impeding Mario's demolition job. Foreman Spike himself would also reappear as an unlockable character in ''Mobile Golf'', a Japan-only GameBoyColor entry in the ''VideoGame/MarioGolf'' series. Later, this game would appear in VideoGame/NESRemix.

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Like several other NES games, it was adapted into an arcade game running on the Vs. System. However, it was one of the few Vs. System games to actually ''predate'' the home release, as it contains a 1984 copyright. ''Vs. Wrecking Crew'', Crew'' is also quite unlike the NES version, allowed game, and allows simultaneous multiplayer.

Nintendo released ''Wrecking Crew '98'' in Japan only as one of the last games for the [[SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem Super Famicom]]. This was a compilation of the original ''Wrecking Crew'' with an all-new competitive MatchThreeGame. The story once again sees Spike, this time working for 3-month three-month younger Bowser, impeding Mario's demolition job. Foreman Spike himself would also reappear as an unlockable character in ''Mobile Golf'', a Japan-only GameBoyColor entry in the ''VideoGame/MarioGolf'' series. Later, this game would appear in VideoGame/NESRemix.



* DubNameChange: In Japan, Gotcha Wrench was Spanner Gon, Eggplant Man was Nasubi Kamen (Eggplant Mask), and Foreman Spike was...[[UnfortunateName Blackey]].



* PaletteSwap: Mario and Luigi are only differentiated in color. This also applies to Gotchawrench and Gotchawrench Jr.

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* PaletteSwap: Mario and Luigi are only differentiated in color. This also applies to Gotchawrench Gotcha Wrench and Gotchawrench Jr.
5th Mar '15 6:22:48 AM ComanderX
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* LevelEditor: Players can create up to 4 original levels.

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* LevelEditor: Players can create up to 4 5 original levels.
15th Dec '14 11:48:14 AM MegaMarioMan
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Nintendo released ''Wrecking Crew '98'' in Japan only as one of the last games for the [[SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem Super Famicom]]. This was a compilation of the original ''Wrecking Crew'' with an all-new competitive MatchThreeGame. The story once again sees Spike, this time working for 3-month younger Bowser, impeding Mario's demolition job. Foreman Spike himself would also reappear as an unlockable character in ''Mobile Golf'', a Japan-only GameBoyColor entry in the ''VideoGame/MarioGolf'' series.

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Nintendo released ''Wrecking Crew '98'' in Japan only as one of the last games for the [[SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem Super Famicom]]. This was a compilation of the original ''Wrecking Crew'' with an all-new competitive MatchThreeGame. The story once again sees Spike, this time working for 3-month younger Bowser, impeding Mario's demolition job. Foreman Spike himself would also reappear as an unlockable character in ''Mobile Golf'', a Japan-only GameBoyColor entry in the ''VideoGame/MarioGolf'' series. Later, this game would appear in VideoGame/NESRemix.
6th Sep '14 5:48:53 PM Aquamen
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* WalkingShirtlessScene: If one looks closely, Luigi seems not to be wearing a shirt under his overalls.

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* WalkingShirtlessScene: If one looks closely, neither Mario or Luigi seems not appear to be wearing a shirt under his overalls.shirts.
5th Sep '14 3:38:11 PM Aquamen
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* WalkingShirtlessScene: If one looks closely, Luigi seems not to be wearing a shirt under his overalls.
7th Aug '14 1:50:24 PM SuperLeviathan
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** Unlike most NES games, pressing the select button returns you to the title screen, possibly because of this.
10th Feb '14 1:58:44 AM damus2300
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*EvilCounterpart: Foreman Spike.
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