Nickelodeon-Nick at Nite's Smash-Fight! is a crossover fighting video game developed by Traveller's Tales and Games Animation Inc. and published by THQ, Midway Games, Eurocom (home console version) and Paramount Interactive. The game was released on October 22, 2001, for Arcade, May 2, 2002, for Paramount Revolution, June 23, 2002, for PlayStation 2, Microsoft Xbox, Nintendo Gamecube and Windows and March 30, 2003, for Game Boy Advance This game includes characters from NickAdult shows such as BlooJ's Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, SpongeBob SquarePants, Sonic The Hedgehog, StarBirds, South Park, and others.
Nickelodeon-Nick at Nite's Smash-Fight! featured more 3D detailed graphics, some gameplay elements unique to fighting games of the time. Instead of fighting enemies in best-of-three rounds bouts, each player has two chances before the best-of-three rounds bouts.
Since its release, the game received a generally positive response from critics and fans who praise the graphics, music, gameplay and story fans and critics compare the game favourable to fighting games like Mortal Kombat and Super Smash Bros, with the exception of the Game Boy Advance port, due to the commercial success. it followed by a sequel, the 2003 arcade game Nickelodeon-Nick at Nite's Smash-Fight! 2 and the 2006 sequel Nickelodeon-Nick at Nite's Smash-Fight! 3
Nickelodeon-Nick at Nite's Smash-Fight! is a crossover fighting game bringing together several playable and assist characters from various Nick at Nite series, in one epic battle on an arena that plays very similar to the Super Smash Bros. and Mortal Komabt series.
Fighting characters can team up with certain assist characters (similar to Assist Trophy items in Super Smash Bros.) and do Synergy attacks. For example, Bloo hires Shrek to throw things around the stage.
Another of the game's innovations was Fatalities (also called Deaths), a finishing move executed against a defeated opponent to kill them in a gruesome cartoony fashion, TBA
Each playable character has their own special move set that uses different elements from their respective TV shows. Each has an up, down, side, and neutral attack.
After the town of Toonville receives a message Bloo is determined to decode the message. After he figures out the message, which is sort of a riddle, The Foster's gang and some of the other cartoons are kidnapped into the real world where they're forced to compete in a fighting tournament deathmatch determine who is the best by way of battle. When they all don't realise realize Bendy and the Real gang is trying to collect them as trophies and try to takeover Toonville and there worlds and replace them with a live-action themed world, as The Foster's gang all band together and try the defeat them.
|Voice Actor||Series||Moves||Final Splat||Fatality||Freendship||Other||Side||Notes|
|Jimmy (OJH BFHFIF)||Evil|
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Excessive Characters (Home console ports)
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|Character||Voice Actor||Series||Moves||Final Splat||Fatality||Friendship||Others||Side||Notes|
- TBA (Fosters Pit I)
- TBA (Gag Factory)
- Bendy and TBA (Final Boss)
In December 1998, during the development of BlooJ's Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, Bloo J got the got attention to the popularity of both Super Smash Bros. and Mortal Kombat, TBA
the game received a generally positive response from critics and fans who praise the graphics, music, gameplay and story fans and critics compare the game favourable to fighting games like Mortal Kombat and Super Smash Bros, with the exception of the Game Boy Advance port
due to the commercial success of the first game. it was followed by a sequel in 2003