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1[[quoteright:350:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/agp.gif]] ²[[caption-width-right:350:Ready to TakeOverTheWorld.[[note]]From left to right: [[VideoGame/FuunSeries King Gouki]], [[Anime/DragonBallZ Saiyajin]], [[BadassNormal Powerless One]], [[ShockAndAwe Electric Shotokan]] (up), [[SeriesMascot Kung Fu Fan]] (down), [[VideoGame/FatalFury Gouki Higashi]], [[WrestlerInAllOfUs Slam Master]], [[VideoGame/BurikiOne Original Karateka]] (up), [[ComicBook/IncredibleHulk The Incredible Akuma]] (middle), [[WildMan Savage Akuma]] (down), [[{{Shotoclone}} Ryuken]], [[RazorSharpHand The Ripper]] (up), [[ExtraOreDinary Metallic One]] (down), [[AnIcePerson Ice Warrior]], [[PlayingWithFire Fire Demon]] and [[BeamSpam The Projectile]].[[/note]]]]²''Anti-Gouki Project'' is a VideoGame/{{MUGEN}} fullgame project made by Tropers/{{Basara-kun}}. This is his first fullgame and also one of his most known [[OriginalGeneration original creations]] for this engine, along with [[AffectionateParody Eric - Unperfect Shotoklone]] and [[LivingShadow XXX]] (both characters can be found here in [[Characters/{{MUGEN}} M.U.G.E.N.'s Characters page]]). The game was originally made as a TakeThat to all those creators who made Akuma until exhaustion, no matter if they're seriously made or as parodies, making a game full of characters cloned from this one, literally. This is the [[WordOfGod official story]] of the fullgame:²²''In the year [[Franchise/MegaMan 20XX]], a {{mad scientist}}, expert in clonation, decided to [[CloningBlues make clones]] of the most known powerful fighter of all: [[VideoGame/StreetFighterII Akuma/Gouki]]. And to avoid these ones were just a simple copy, each clone was implanted with different fighting styles, all of this were made with the objetive of spread them to the cities and make the total chaos and [[TakeOverTheWorld rule the world]]. But to determinate which of them is the most powerful of all, he puts them to his [[TournamentArc own private tournament]] to see which one will be the first in start the invasion.''²²The characters are composed of 16 clones based on [[VideoGame/CapcomVsSNK2MarkOfTheMillennium CVS2]]'s Akuma in sprites, all of them were coded by scratch by Basara-kun. In the case of stages, he borrowed from other sides, basically open source stages as well others used with permission. The same goes with the music in which he uses open source MIDI songs.²²The [[http://mugenguild.com/forum/topics/agp-public-beta-1-released-updated-link-bnmp5-0-147187.0.html first beta was released on January 2013]], the game is now in DevelopmentHell because the creator wanted to work on other projects.²²Here's the [[http://network.mugenguild.com/basara/agp2.htm official website]] with all the information and downloads (5-6 characters are finished there). It also has its own [[http://mugenguild.com/forum/antigouki-project.388 WIP subforum]] in the ''[[http://mugenguild.com/forum/ Mugen Fighters Guild]]'' forum.²²!!Let the invasion of tropes begins:²²* AllThereInTheManual: The reason about why this game is full of Akumas is explained in the main story.²* {{Backstory}}: There're three of them: one for the clones (which is the game's main story), one for Asura[[spoiler: and one for [[VideoGame/StreetFighterII Akuma]]]].²* BadassNormal: Powerless One is this, using just GoodOldFisticuffs comparing with all the other clones that uses special moves.²* BattleAura: Seen in The Projectile, and eventually planned for Saiyajin.²* CanonForeigner: Asura, the character based on the ending of ''VideoGame/CapcomVsSNK2MarkOfTheMillennium'' made by Marancv and a free-source character, is used as the FinalBoss in this game, with his story remade to fit in this fullgame.²* CloningBlues: The bread and butter of this project, a fullgame made only by clones.²* {{Expy}}: Various of the clones are copycats of existing characters:²** Kung Fu Fan for [[Characters/{{MUGEN}} Kung Fu Man]].²** The Incredible Akuma for ComicBook/IncredibleHulk (based on his ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom'' appearances).²** Gouki Higashi for [[VideoGame/FatalFury Joe Higashi]].²** Another Karateka for [[VideoGame/BurikiOne Silber]] (based on his ''VideoGame/TheKingOfFighters XI'' appearance).²** Ryuken for [[VideoGame/StreetFighterI Ryu and Ken]].²** Ice Warrior is for Blizzard, another Basara-kun's character (based on ''[[VideoGame/PowerInstinct Matrimelee]]'''s Reiji Oyama).²** King Gouki for [[VideoGame/FuunSeries Shishioh/King Lion]].²* CloseRangeCombatant: Powerless One.²* CompositeCharacter:²** Ryuken, which have Ryu and Ken variations of their {{Shotoclone}} moves depending the Mode you select them (button or Start + button). So in Ryu Mode have one-hit HurricaneKick and {{Shoryuken}}, and Ken Mode has muti-hit versions of both moves, the latter with the flamming version with the strong punch. Not to mention both versions have their own {{Meteor Move}}s from the games (Ryu Mode has Shinkuu Hadouken and Shin Shoryuken, Ken Mode has Shoryureppa and Shinryuken.)²** Also Asura, a mixture between Akuma and [[VideoGame/TheKingOfFighters Rugal]] based on ''VideoGame/CapcomVsSNK2MarkOfTheMillennium'''s WhatIf ending.²* ExtraOreDinary: [[TinTyrant Metallic]] [[ChromeChampion One]].²* FinalBoss: Asura.²* FountainOfExpies: Kung Fu Fan, a copycat of Kung Fu Man in the body of Akuma was made, then the idea was replicated in other ones, so the clones idea was born. Also, WordOfGod he's the first in production.²* GoneHorriblyWrong: In this story, Asura seems to be like this, a failed clone that becomes too dangerous to keeping it alive, and the final objetive of the clones before the world domination.²* HumanoidAbomination: Asura.²* AnIcePerson: Ice Warrior.²* InkSuitActor: The creator voiced some of the clones, while all the others are acted by other creators and MFG users that collaborate with him. The only 2 exceptions are Kung Fu Fan (the only clone that uses [[Creator/TomomichiNishimura original Akuma seiyuu]]) and Ryuken (which are the voices of [[Creator/ToshiyukiMorikawa Ryu]] and [[Creator/YujiKishi Ken]] combined into one).²* LongRangeFighter: The Projectile.²* MadScientist: The original creator of these clones and the tournament. Changed to NebulousEvilOrganization.²* MeaningfulName:²** The Projectile is the only character in the game that mainly use projectiles in every way possible, being more than just another [[EnergyBall Hadouken]] user.²** Ryuken sounds like "Ryu" and "Ken" mixed, but also his gameplay, in which selecting with button you plays like Ryu, but selecting with Start + button you plays like Ken, with all the differences between both remarked depending of the Mode you choose.²* MechanicallyUnusualFighter: Powerless One, which has no special moves more than just command moves and he plays like a 3D fighter like in ''VideoGame/{{Tekken}}'' or ''VideoGame/DeadOrAlive'' series.²* ModifiedClone: The whole premise is that the fighters are clones with different fighting styles.²* NebulousEvilOrganization: The ones who created the clones and organized the tournament before the world invasion are ShroudedInMyth.²* NotJustATournament: The winner of this tournament will determinate the leading clone to start the invasion.²* PlayingWithFire: Fire Demon. Also Ryuken's Ken Mode (flamming {{Shoryuken}} included.)²* RazorSharpHand: The Ripper.²* SecretCharacter: [[spoiler:[[FountainOfExpies Akuma himself]].]]²* SomeDexterityRequired: Powerless One is not an easy character to manage since it doesn't work like normal characters, not even in M.U.G.E.N.²* ShockAndAwe: Electric Shotokan.²* {{Shotoclone}}: Surprisely, only Ryuken, being the only clone based on this kind of characters. As for the FinalBoss Asura, also shares some traits of Shotoclone[[spoiler:, but also there's Akuma himself as SecretCharacter]].²* ShoutOut:²** The clones are all based on the [[VideoGame/StreetFighterII Akuma/Gouki]] version from both ''[[VideoGame/SNKVsCapcom Capcom vs. SNK]]'' games.²** Of all based-characters of the fullgame, Ice Warrior, is based on another creation of Basara-kun's, Blizzard, which is also AnIcePerson.²** Slam Master's (the grappler clone) name is based on the ''VideoGame/SaturdayNightSlamMasters'' series.²** As his name says, Saiyajin is based on ''Anime/DragonBallZ'' as a way to recreate this anime in this character. First based on ''VideoGame/DragonBallZArcade'' games by Creator/{{Banpresto}} (mostly adapted M.U.G.E.N. chars by Choujin), later the inspiration comes from ''VideoGame/HyperDragonBallZ'' fullgame, also for this engine.²** In the story, the [[Franchise/MegaMan year 20XX]].²* StrongerThanTheyLook: Powerless One.²* SturgeonsLaw: The BonusBoss of this game, Clone Army, is [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin an army of Akuma clones]], but all of them are incomplete ones with just normal moves. Basically the scrapped ones ensembled together to be defeated as a test for the complete clones.²* TakeOverTheWorld: The main objective of the NebulousEvilOrganization behind the clones and the tournament.²* TakeThat: The game was made as a parody of the [[LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters massive amount of Akuma characters on the net]], but with a serious tone.²* TournamentArc: The game itself is a tournament between all the complete clones to see which is the strongest one, who'll eventually lead the next invasion to cities.²* WildMan: Savage Akuma, having inspiration of other "wild" characters like [[VideoGame/StreetFighterII Blanka]] and [[VideoGame/SamuraiShodown Gen-An Shiranui]].²* WrestlerInAllOfUs: Slam Master.²----

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