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Abducted Toad is a fangame created by MFGG user Friendly Dictator. This game stars the mushroom underdog Toad.
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The story of the game goes like this: Toad was walking one night when all of a sudden, he was captured. When he comes to, he sees that his mushroom cap has an alien named Cappy on it. Fortunately for him, he is a friendly alien who seeks Toad's help in saving his planet from the evil King Purplius. With the powers that Cappy bestowed on him, Toad must trek through different areas on the planet and face Purplius and his army. There seems to be some things in the story that are more than meets the eye...

The game can be found on MFGG here.

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This game provides examples of:

  • Alien Abduction: It's right there in the title.
  • Amazing Technicolor Battlefield: The Black Hole Area, where you fight the Singularity Core and the Purplius Core.
  • Battle Aura: One of Toad's main methods of attacking, courtesy of the alien on his head.
  • Big Bad: King Purplius.
  • Big Boo's Haunt: The Illusion Manor Area and the Ghost Galaxy Area.
  • Blackout Basement: The Dark Woods Area and part of the Illusion Manor Area.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: King Purplius does this to several beings from the Mushroom World to fight against Toad. This includes Mario and Bowser.
  • Bubbly Clouds: The Cloudy Treetop Area and the Cloud Waterfall Area.
  • Creator Cameo: In the Fangames Galaxy Area. He gives you hints for info disc locations.
  • Day in the Limelight: Toad.
  • Doomsday Device: The Singularity Core.
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  • Disc-One Final Dungeon: The Space Station Area.
  • Emotion Eater: According to the Monster Compendium, the enemy Frenzy has been speculated to eat/absorb fear by chasing after people with extreme speed and terrifying them.
  • Final Boss, New Dimension: The Black Hole Area.
  • The Goomba: The Goomblers are basically purple Goombas that come in three variations: Regular Goomblers, Goomblers with spiky helmets (Can't be jumped on), and Goomblers with skulls on their heads (Must be jumped on first).
  • Goomba Stomp: Another attack method for Toad. Since this is a Mario fan game, it's a given.
  • Gusty Glade: The Windy Tower Area.
  • Hailfire Peaks: Hot Cold Area, where the clocks in the level turn the hot, lava-filled environment into a cool place with water you can swim in for a limited amount of time.
  • Lethal Lava Land: The Bubble Volcano Area, the Lava Mine Area, and the Hot Cold Area (some of the time)
  • The Lost Woods: The Dark Woods Area.
  • Macro Zone: Colossal Summit Area not only has giant enemies that can take more hits, but also giant items like switches and 1-up crystals.
  • Marathon Level: The Tower of Trials Area. 25 floors of difficult platforming, with checkpoints every five floors.
    • To a lesser extent, the Space Station Area.
  • Minecart Madness: In the Lava Mine Area.
  • Minus World: The Glitch Data Area level is an intentional example that introduces an enemy called the Glitchler, which has the ability to transform into a different enemy every second or two.
    • The last rooms of the Virtual Reality Area, where the simulation is falling apart.
  • Nightmare Face: An in-universe case with the Frenzy enemy.
  • Monster Compendium: There are a different number of Info Discs scattered in each level. Most of them have info on the enemies and bosses in the game while others have NPCs.
  • Nostalgia Level: The Virtual Reality Area contains a remake of World 1-1 from the original Super Mario Bros and the first room of Super Mario Bros. 2. It also has a room based on Mega Man 2 and a remake of the first area from the fangame Late Night Mario.
  • Palmtree Panic / Shifting Sand Land: The Desert Beach Area.
  • Portal to the Past: Ancient Airship Area, where Toad and Cappy enter through a pipe and land in the middle of a war between the Purplians and the Mushroom people.
  • The Reveal: King Purplius has a grudge against the Mushroom Kingdom because of an ancient, long-forgotten war between the planets which took the throne from his ancestor.
  • Rise to the Challenge: There's a room in the Bubble Volcano Area where you have to climb the bubbles while the lava rises beneath you.
    • The rising lava reappears in the Hot Cold Area, where once you get to the top of the room, you turn the lava into water and climb back down.
  • Slippy-Slidey Ice World: Combined with Eternal Engine in the Frozen Factory Area and with Ship Level in the Icy Ship Area
  • Space Zone: Combined with Big Boo's Haunt in the Ghost Galaxy Area.
  • Underground Level: The Rainy Cave Area.
  • Under the Sea: The Ocean City Area.
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