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*DestructiveSavior: Emeny units are willing to do a fair bit of your job for you if you can stay out of their way, particularly the most dangerous units like mecha and supertanks. Lampshaded with the latter, with the new cast asking the civilians not to think too hard about the houses that thing is crushing.


* VillainProtagonist: You're a MadScientist trying to TakeOverTheWorld with [[AttackOfTheFiftyFootWhatever giant monster]]. Check!

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* VillainProtagonist: You're a MadScientist trying to TakeOverTheWorld with your [[AttackOfTheFiftyFootWhatever giant monster]]. Check!

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* VillainProtagonist: You're a MadScientist trying to TakeOverTheWorld with [[AttackOfTheFiftyFootWhatever giant monster]]. Check!


It is described by the developers as ''VideoGame/EvilGenius'' meets Evil ''VideoGame/{{X-COM}}'', though gamers of a certain age will see distinct elements of ''VideoGame/CrushCrumbleAndChomp'' and ''VideoGame/TheMovieMonsterGame'' as well. The player takes up the role of one of three mad scientists, each with their own {{Kaiju}} and dreams of global conquest. To conquer the world, you need to attack cities and force them to surrender. To fight more effectively, your kaiju needs to be upgraded. To upgrade your kaiju, you need resources. To get those resources, you need to collect them from cities; typically by marching your giant monster up to an expensive-looking building and smashing it open like a pinata.

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It is described by the developers as ''VideoGame/EvilGenius'' meets Evil ''VideoGame/{{X-COM}}'', ''VideoGame/{{XCOM}}'', though gamers of a certain age will see distinct elements of ''VideoGame/CrushCrumbleAndChomp'' and ''VideoGame/TheMovieMonsterGame'' as well. The player takes up the role of one of three mad scientists, each with their own {{Kaiju}} and dreams of global conquest. To conquer the world, you need to attack cities and force them to surrender. To fight more effectively, your kaiju needs to be upgraded. To upgrade your kaiju, you need resources. To get those resources, you need to collect them from cities; typically by marching your giant monster up to an expensive-looking building and smashing it open like a pinata.


* ShedArmorGainSpeed: Inverted. One of Ginormasaurus's tier 2 abilities gives you a temporary increase in armour in exchange for reduced speed. The Gray GOOP also has tier 2 ability that lets it gain armor in exchange for speed, as well as a stronger version (in both armor gained and speed lost) at tier 4.

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* ShedArmorGainSpeed: Inverted. One of Ginormasaurus's tier 2 abilities gives you a temporary increase in armour in exchange for reduced speed. The Gray GOOP Goop also has a tier 2 ability that lets it gain armor in exchange for speed, as well as a stronger version (in both armor gained and speed lost) at tier 4.


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* WeaponizedOffspring: Shrug-Ziggurath launches seedlings resembling miniaturized Shrubbies that serve as turrets, defending against enemy forces as well as spreading their own mayhem.


It is described by the developers as ''VideoGame/EvilGenius'' meets Evil ''VideoGame/{{X-COM}}''. The player takes up the role of one of three mad scientists, each with their own {{Kaiju}} and dreams of global conquest. To conquer the world, you need to attack cities and force them to surrender. To fight more effectively, your kaiju needs to be upgraded. To upgrade your kaiju, you need resources. To get those resources, you need to collect them from cities; typically by marching your giant monster up to an expensive-looking building and smashing it open like a pinata.

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It is described by the developers as ''VideoGame/EvilGenius'' meets Evil ''VideoGame/{{X-COM}}''.''VideoGame/{{X-COM}}'', though gamers of a certain age will see distinct elements of ''VideoGame/CrushCrumbleAndChomp'' and ''VideoGame/TheMovieMonsterGame'' as well. The player takes up the role of one of three mad scientists, each with their own {{Kaiju}} and dreams of global conquest. To conquer the world, you need to attack cities and force them to surrender. To fight more effectively, your kaiju needs to be upgraded. To upgrade your kaiju, you need resources. To get those resources, you need to collect them from cities; typically by marching your giant monster up to an expensive-looking building and smashing it open like a pinata.


Three monsters and their creators have been released. While the game launched with only Dr. Farious and his giant robot, the developers have since added the other two 'launch kaiju' as free updates. Additional kaiju and their mad scientists appear to be forthcoming, as the game-exiting splash screen have advertised at least one such pair while exiting the game who eventually appeared as DLC.

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Three monsters and their creators have been released. While the game launched with only Dr. Farious and his giant robot, the developers have since added the other two 'launch kaiju' as free updates. Additional kaiju and their mad scientists appear to be forthcoming, as the game-exiting splash screen have has advertised at least one such pair while exiting the game who eventually appeared as DLC.


Three monsters and their creators have been released. While the game launched with only Dr. Farious and his giant robot, the developers have since added the other two 'launch kaiju' as free updates. Additional kaiju and their mad scientists appear to be forthcoming, as the game-exiting splash screen has begun displaying a scary person of indeterminate gender in a lab coat and a scorpion-shaped monster with a huge red eyeball.

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Three monsters and their creators have been released. While the game launched with only Dr. Farious and his giant robot, the developers have since added the other two 'launch kaiju' as free updates. Additional kaiju and their mad scientists appear to be forthcoming, as the game-exiting splash screen has begun displaying a scary person of indeterminate gender in a lab coat and a scorpion-shaped monster with a huge red eyeball.
have advertised at least one such pair while exiting the game who eventually appeared as DLC.

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* SpiritualSuccessor: To old titles like ''VideoGame/CrushCrumbleAndChomp'' and ''The Movie Monster Game''.


* DaddysLittleVillain: Malady's main adviser is her father.

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* DaddysLittleVillain: Malady's main adviser is her father. Nicky E. Farious, might eventually become this to uncle Norman, but for now is Norman's intern.



* ShedArmorGainSpeed: Inverted. One of Ginormasaurus's tier 2 abilities gives you a temporary increase in armour in exchange for reduced speed.

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* ShedArmorGainSpeed: Inverted. One of Ginormasaurus's tier 2 abilities gives you a temporary increase in armour in exchange for reduced speed. The Gray GOOP also has tier 2 ability that lets it gain armor in exchange for speed, as well as a stronger version (in both armor gained and speed lost) at tier 4.


* DaddysLittleVillain: Malady's main adviser appears to be her father.

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* DaddysLittleVillain: Malady's main adviser appears to be is her father.

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* SchrodingersPlayerCharacter: As interesting as having rivals for world conquest as a gameplay mechanic might have been, no mention is made of the other scientists and their monsters. Until Grey Goop was released, that is, and your characters' organization managed to get scientific data on the other playable monsters so that ''your'' monster can learn to morph into them for a little bit at a time. Where they are and what happened to them isn't discussed, though.

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* MegaManning: Grey Goop can be taught how to morph itself into a copy of one of the other three monsters with their attacks for a short period of time.

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* DaddysLittleVillain: Malady's main adviser appears to be her father.

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