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Duck HuntAlright, I suppose we can just start up the voting now.
AlRex Beat Up A Car
Wario Wario Wario Coyote Chase
Pokelego999 Tetris and Puyo Puyo
Tankman from Newgrounds Duck Hunt
Dan Quixote Mob Clash
Darkonedagger Darkseid (New Gods/DC)
AlRex Missingno (Pokémon)
Pokelego999 Bowser (Mario)
Tankman from Newgrounds Eggman (Sonic)
Dan Quixote Ursula (The Little Mermaid)
I think one of the mini-games will be chosen for now, while two of the bosses will get in. That said...
1. Coyote Chase
2. Beat Up A Car
3. Duck Hunt
When would that be allowed, just wondering.Added some Enemies for each series that has a playable character so far. We got Enemy Frenzy, and possibly another mode that uses them from this round, so we can accept some enemy submissions, from time to time.
Not quite that specific, but you could potentially submit a character from or associated with Marvel...If it's from a Marvel character, i will be very cheerful.
(I originally tried to submit Anime Mecha rep, but it was too big and I already had Terminator in my mind)Job 5:
Terminator is main Character of Terminator Movie series. He is robot disguised as Human to kill Mother of evil ruler. He was programmed by SkyNet and in series, he kills evil people and mostly Sarah Connor, who is the mother of Evil Leader (The Main Antagonist of the series).
Terminator (Notably T-800) is very Iconic Movie character that has many influences and references in other media.
His moveset would be Referencing Terminator like shooting with Guns or Killing or gimmick, where he gets 100% Damage and becomes Robot with super Armor.
Plus, his one of Super Moves could reference his Army attacking the Opponents.
He could be voiced by original Arnold Schwarzenegger in his Austrian accent.
This is a bit more oddball, but...You can still also discuss the Adventure Mode, as I'll add more to it if a consensus on what else could be added gets reached, but also...
Not quite that specific, but you could potentially submit a character from or associated with Marvel...
Job #30: Submit a robot character.
Robot, cyborg, android, whatever counts under this. I think Darth Vader would count, but Pinocchio or Frankenstein’s Monster would not. Maybe AI/hologram stuff counts, as well, but that’s pretty loose. Iron Man (since Marvel was brought up) could loosely count, maybe. I dunno. Go ahead and post and I'll evaluate it on a case by case basis.
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My submission will be Optimus Prime, who was previously submitted. An alien who seems robotic and can turn into a truck. See what I mean by the classification for what counts as a robot (or that general category) being kind of complicated? Anyways, Optimus and the Transformers series as a whole are not only pretty important, but also included in numerous types of media. Optimus is arguably both a toy character, cartoon character, and comics character originally (to avoid confusion, I'll classify him under the first one), but also appears in a series of movies that, like them or not, are also heavily influential and successful. So Optimus obviously would have a wealth of material to pull from. The "transforming into a truck" thing alone makes him unique, but he'd also come equipped with a blaster and an energy axe, as well as, potentially, the Matrix of Leadership for use in combat.
Well now I've got to ask: Would Daleks have counted for this job or are they still a lil too organic?This is a bit more oddball, but...
First debuting in the 1966 serial The Tenth Planet of the British Sci-Fi Television series Doctor Who, the Cybermen are long running antagonists in the series who have a long and storied history with the franchise, being among The Doctor's main foes. The Cybermen are cyborgs, originally being humanlike creatures like us, who in an attempt to keep themselves alive on their dying home planet of Mondas, performed surgeries, lobotomies, and upgrades, eventually becoming almost purely robotic by nature. (This does fluctuate by origin. Some are purely robotic, others just have the suit forged around them, others have their brains stored inside a metal shell, and other just the head.) These creatures, dubbed Cybermen, have had all sorts of other alternative evolutions over the years, always coming back to attempt to continue their goal: Upgrade every being in the Universe to be like themselves, all as Cybermen, to do anything needed in order to survive. They are also well known for being emotionless, due to the pain of the things that made them the way they are now being too much, they used emotional inhibitors to inhibit their feelings, emotions, and sometimes personality and consciousness.
They are certainly worthy for inclusion, despite being a generic race of aliens from the show, due to their iconicity and status as a long time villain of such a long running show, and they certainly aren't generic stock robots either, having various abilities to make them dangerous.
The Cybermen have had various makes and models over the years, with their appearances constantly shifting. They've had several abilities depending on the model. Of course, the Cyberman here would likely have all of them in one regardless of make for simplicity's sake. Many carry laser blasters as a form of weapon, which come in varying forms, from a head laser, to external Cyberguns, to a simple wrist mounted shooter. The 2006 model has the ability to electrocute people with their hands (and to shoot tranquilizer darts, though only in The Pandorica Opens), whilst the 2012 model has the most alterations, including super speed, detachable body parts that can move on their own (Though the ability for the body to move without the brain is shown in 2010's The Pandorica Opens) and the ability to fly (though only in 2014's Death in Heaven). Cybermen as a whole notably have "the strength of ten men" as stated by older material such as 1968's The Moonbase. These models could also mind control people (as shown in Tomb of the Cybermen). Cyber Bombs are also shown as weapons of mass destruction, which they attempted to use to destroy Voga in 1975's Revenge of the Cybermen. Cybermats are a notable mainstay of Cyber technology, being small silverfish like creatures used by the Cybermen on several occasions. They kill by feeding off brainwaves, and one model could inject poison. Another model, seen in 2011's Closing Time, had a set of organic teeth that it could bite with. They also have an incredible small insect sized form called Cybermites, which could convert anyone on the fly, even the Doctor, which made their appearance in 2012's Nightmare in Silver. There is also the massive Cyberking, that once towered over and stomped over Victorian England in The Next Doctor.
As can be seen, the Cybermen have a lot they could use and work with. The Cybermen are a very fitting slot, despite their oddball nature compared to some other submissions.
Cybermat from "Closing Time"Cybermat from Revenge of the Cybermen
Cybermen from "The Tenth Planet"Design from "The Moonbase"-"Tomb of the Cybermen", inside their iconic tombs on the ice planet Telos.
The Cybermen from The Wheel in Space-Revenge of the Cybermen, in their iconic shot of them in front of St. Paul's Cathedral from "The Invasion"
The design used from 1984's Earthshock until their last appearance in the classic series, Silver Nemesis.
The 2006 Design used from Rise of the Cybermen-Nightmare in Silver is the image I used at the top of this submission.
The design used from "Nightmare in Silver"-"The Doctor Falls"
The design used from "Ascension of the Cybermen" onwards. Current design.
The Cyber Controller from "Tomb of the Cybermen"
The Cyber Controller from "Attack of the Cybermen"
The Cyber Controller, or John Lumic, from "Age of Steel"
The Cyberking from "The Next Doctor"
Ashad, a rusted and torn Cyberman who never got to finish conversion, attempting to revive the Cybermen in "The Haunting of Villa Diodati" who still retains some emotion, making him extremely dangerous.
The Cyber Leader from Attack of the Cybermen onwards, indicated by black handlebars
The Cyber Leader design from "The Next Doctor" and "A Good Man Goes to War"
I was considering going for the Daleks myself but I felt the Cybermen worked better in this format than the pepper pots. No idea if they'd count as robots or not, but if Iron Man can technically count than I think the Daleks would too.Well now I've got to ask: Would Daleks have counted for this job or are they still a lil too organic?