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A tribute game adaptation of ''Manga/AttackOnTitan'', found [[http://fenglee.com/game/aog/ here]], created by a Chinese developer named Feng Lee. It began as a basic game with rather bad graphics (the Titans looked like blobs of dough!), but advanced gameplay, with a relatively accurate depiction of 3-Dimensional Maneuver Gear. Over time, it was slowly developed into a much more complex work. The game is still in the process of development as of this writing (that is, not in its final form), but is playable as-is.

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A tribute game adaptation of ''Manga/AttackOnTitan'', found online [[http://fenglee.com/game/aog/ here]], or downloadable [[https://attack-on-titan-tribute-game.en.softonic.com/ here]], created by a Chinese developer named Feng Lee. It began as a basic game with rather bad graphics (the Titans looked like blobs of dough!), but advanced gameplay, with a relatively accurate depiction of 3-Dimensional Maneuver Gear. Over time, it was slowly developed into a much more complex work. The game is still in the process of development as of this writing (that is, not in its final form), but is playable as-is.



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A recent update that allows character customization gives models for most of the named characters and makes it possible to build nearly any other, as well. However, these characters do not have unique stats or abilities.

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A recent later update that allows character customization gives models for most of the named characters and makes it possible to build nearly any other, as well. However, these characters do not have unique stats or abilities.



* ArtEvolution: Compare the alpha versions of the Titans to the ones running around in more recent updates.

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Compare the alpha versions of the Titans to the ones running around in more recent later updates.



* AttackItsWeakPoint: As per canon, the Titans are only vulnerable (to any meaningful extent) to a killing strike at the nape of the neck. A major update allowed players to temporarily blind Titans as well.

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As per canon, the Titans are only vulnerable (to any meaningful extent) to a killing strike at the nape of the neck. A major update allowed players to temporarily blind Titans as well.



*** A recent update added the ability to do this to normal Titans as well, doing so will cause them to drop to the ground and stop attacking for a very brief moment.

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*** ** A recent later update added the ability to do this to normal Titans as well, doing so will cause them to drop to the ground and stop attacking for a very brief moment.



* DeathFromAbove: Mikasa's special ability allows her to attack from directly above a Titan, slicing downward like a guillotine.

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Mikasa's special ability allows her to attack from directly above a Titan, slicing downward like a guillotine.



* EliteMooks: Abnormal/Aberrant Titans, which are often capable of running and jumping to snap an unsuspecting player out of the air. Crawling Aberrant Titans have a land speed advantage over almost everything in the game and are capable of trampling players. As well, a more recent update added Punk Titans. Despite their heads sporting large, brightly colored mohawks, they're some of the most dangerous Titans in the game thanks to their lightning-fast speed and ability to hurl lethally accurate boulders over a very long distance.

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Abnormal/Aberrant Titans, which are often capable of running and jumping to snap an unsuspecting player out of the air. Crawling Aberrant Titans have a land speed advantage over almost everything in the game and are capable of trampling players. As well, a more recent later update added Punk Titans. Despite their heads sporting large, brightly colored mohawks, they're some of the most dangerous Titans in the game thanks to their lightning-fast speed and ability to hurl lethally accurate boulders over a very long distance.



* RuleOfFun: Armin being able to dance and make Titans laugh makes absolutely no sense, but it works as a gameplay mechanic.
** It represents his tactical genius, and is actually a more powerful variant of Marco's taunt (stopping the titans completely instead of merely distracting), even affecting aberrant titans and the Female Titan (albeit for a much shorter duration), where as Marco's taunt only works on regular titans. But since Armin has the worst stats in every category, it actually does make sense that he would have a powerful Support ability (just as he is in the series).

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* RuleOfFun: Armin being able to dance and make Titans laugh makes absolutely no sense, but it works as a gameplay mechanic.
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mechanic. It represents his tactical genius, and is actually a more powerful variant of Marco's taunt (stopping the titans completely instead of merely distracting), even affecting aberrant titans and the Female Titan (albeit for a much shorter duration), where as Marco's taunt only works on regular titans. But since Armin has the worst stats in every category, it actually does make sense that he would have a powerful Support ability (just as he is in the series).



** Jean's passive abilities--lower fuel consumption and the power to break out of a Titan's grip by slicing its hand--are based on episode 5 and 8.
*** The gas conservation is actually a reference to the training arc where he mentions offhand (in order to impress Mikasa, due to her deficiency in this area) a technique he invented to conserve gas that involves releasing it in short bursts. Ironically, this mechanic was recently implemented in game for everyone and is the single largest gas-guzzler so far.

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** Jean's passive abilities--lower fuel consumption and the power to break out of a Titan's grip by slicing its hand--are based on episode 5 and 8.
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8. The gas conservation is actually a reference to the training arc where he mentions offhand (in order to impress Mikasa, due to her deficiency in this area) a technique he invented to conserve gas that involves releasing it in short bursts. Ironically, this mechanic was recently later implemented in game for everyone and is the single largest gas-guzzler so far.


* GlassCannon / FragileSpeedster: Most characters can mow through Titans when used by a skilled player...which still doesn't mean they have any more hit points than anyone else.
** Armin lies on the far GlassCannon end by being slower in the air than other player characters, while Sasha's special ability lets her race around at ten times normal ground speed, exemplifying the FragileSpeedster. All other characters fall between those two extremes.
** This trope is taken a little more literally with the recent addition of the AHSS player class, which trades in the blades of the normal 3D Maneuver Gear for a pair of actual (handheld) cannons that beat out the sword users in range, but have a minimum requirement of damage to actually kill Titans, and still die in one hit from anything.
*** [[spoiler:Including the blades of normal 3DMG users, and vice versa.]]

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* GlassCannon / FragileSpeedster: GlassCannon: Most characters can mow through Titans when used by a skilled player...which still doesn't mean they have any more hit points than anyone else. \n** Armin lies on the far GlassCannon end by being slower in the air than other player characters, while Sasha's special ability lets her race around at ten times normal ground speed, exemplifying the FragileSpeedster. All other characters fall between those two extremes.\n** This trope is taken a little more literally with the recent addition of the AHSS player class, which trades in the blades of the normal 3D Maneuver Gear for a pair of actual (handheld) cannons that beat out the sword users in range, but have a minimum requirement of damage to actually kill Titans, and still die in one hit from anything.\n*** [[spoiler:Including the blades of normal 3DMG users, and vice versa.]]

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***[[spoiler:Including the blades of normal 3DMG users, and vice versa.]]


** This trope is taken a little more literally with the recent addition of the AHSS player class, which trades in the blades of the normal 3D Maneuver Gear for a pair of actual (handheld) cannons that beat out the sword users in range, but have a minimum requirement of damage to actually kill Titans.

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** This trope is taken a little more literally with the recent addition of the AHSS player class, which trades in the blades of the normal 3D Maneuver Gear for a pair of actual (handheld) cannons that beat out the sword users in range, but have a minimum requirement of damage to actually kill Titans.Titans, and still die in one hit from anything.

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** This trope is taken a little more literally with the recent addition of the AHSS player class, which trades in the blades of the normal 3D Maneuver Gear for a pair of actual (handheld) cannons that beat out the sword users in range, but have a minimum requirement of damage to actually kill Titans.


* EliteMooks: Abnormal/Aberrant Titans, which are often capable of running and jumping to snap an unsuspecting player out of the air. Crawling Aberrant Titans have a land speed advantage over almost everything in the game and are capable of trampling players.

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* EliteMooks: Abnormal/Aberrant Titans, which are often capable of running and jumping to snap an unsuspecting player out of the air. Crawling Aberrant Titans have a land speed advantage over almost everything in the game and are capable of trampling players. As well, a more recent update added Punk Titans. Despite their heads sporting large, brightly colored mohawks, they're some of the most dangerous Titans in the game thanks to their lightning-fast speed and ability to hurl lethally accurate boulders over a very long distance.

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** It represents his tactical genius, and is actually a more powerful variant of Marco's taunt (stopping the titans completely instead of merely distracting), even affecting aberrant titans and the Female Titan (albeit for a much shorter duration), where as Marco's taunt only works on regular titans. But since Armin has the worst stats in every category, it actually does make sense that he would have a powerful Support ability (just as he is in the series).


* SuperMode: Players who choose Eren can turn into the Rogue Titan, which lasts about thirty seconds. In this form, he's mostly immune to attack and can kill shorter Titans (including crawling Aberrants) by punting them across the stage, while all other Titans take three punches, or rather, can only be killed by the third punch in the three-strike combo (it doesn't matter if the first two land).

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* SuperMode: Players who choose Eren can turn into the Rogue Titan, which lasts about thirty seconds. In this form, he's mostly immune to attack and can kill shorter Titans (including crawling Aberrants) by punting them across the stage, while all other Titans take three punches, or rather, can only be killed by the third punch in the three-strike combo (it doesn't matter if the first two land). This mode does not work on boss Titans like the Female Titan.

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*** A recent update added the ability to do this to normal Titans as well, doing so will cause them to drop to the ground and stop attacking for a very brief moment.


** Mikasa uses gas and blades faster than anyone else, referencing her God-awful resource conservation in the Trost arc (breaking her blades on a single titan and then being the first to blow away her gas stores).

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** Mikasa uses gas and blades faster than anyone else, referencing her God-awful god-awful resource conservation in the Trost arc (breaking her blades on a single titan and then being the first to blow away her gas stores).


** Mikasa uses gas and blades faster than anyone else, referencing her god-awful resource conservation in the Trost arc (breaking her blades on a single titan and then being the first to blow away her gas stores).

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** Mikasa uses gas and blades faster than anyone else, referencing her god-awful God-awful resource conservation in the Trost arc (breaking her blades on a single titan and then being the first to blow away her gas stores).


** This is actually the name of a standardized technique, involving flying up and over a Titan's head and swinging down toward the neck.

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** This is actually the name of a standardized technique, involving flying up and over a Titan's head and swinging down toward the neck. neck.
* TheDreaded: Player-controlled titans.


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**The addition of player-titans has taken this to a [[BossinMookClothing new extreme]].

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A recent update that allows character customization gives models for most of the named characters and makes it possible to build nearly any other, as well. However, these characters do not have unique stats or abilities.


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**Petra's spin attack is used to blind the Female Titan. It is very good for blinding non-boss titans in the game.
**Mikasa uses gas and blades faster than anyone else, referencing her god-awful resource conservation in the Trost arc (breaking her blades on a single titan and then being the first to blow away her gas stores).


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***The gas conservation is actually a reference to the training arc where he mentions offhand (in order to impress Mikasa, due to her deficiency in this area) a technique he invented to conserve gas that involves releasing it in short bursts. Ironically, this mechanic was recently implemented in game for everyone and is the single largest gas-guzzler so far.


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**The dodge move is identical to the flip that Jean performs in slow-motion in the opening.

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