KillGames is an upcoming 3D arena fighting game developed and published by Lazy Studios. The game centers around various contestants attempting to win the KillGames, a massive annual tournament where people kill eachother in the most gruesome ways possible. The game will be released on May 24th, 2020 for the Nintendo Switch, Playstation 4, Xbox One and PC.
- 1 Plot
- 2 Gameplay
- 3 Modes
- 4 Characters
- 5 Enemies
- 6 Stages
- 7 Items
- 8 Hazards
- 9 Trivia
KillGames takes place in the distant future of 21XX in Neo York City. Much of the world is in ruins due to constant war and everything but major cities are desertous wastelands. Neo York City was one of the few surviving cities, but as a result, life there was quite boring. That was until a mysterious man named Adam introduced people to the KillGames, a massive tournament where you can watch people kill eachother in the most brutal ways possible. The tournament becomes extremely successful, becoming extremely popular and eventually becoming a tradition in Neo York City, being held every year. With the 25th KillGames coming very quickly, Adam wished to make this KillGames a bit different from the last. With help from the champion, Soul, he challenges anyone that if they can beat him, they will have any wish they desire granted. Knowing this, hundreds of people join, with the possibility to gain endless power. The game focuses on 16 competitors, each with their own story.
KillGames is a 3D arena-style fighting game where players must reduce their enemy's health bar to defeat them. Four players can fight eachother at a time.
In KillGames, each character has a Health Bar and a Rage Meter. Your Health Bar goes down when you take damage from enemy attacks. If the Health Bar goes down enough, you will be killed, however, you will not lose. You actually have two Health Bars, a Normal Health Bar (which I just explained), and a True Health Bar. Once you lose all your Normal Health, you will lose True Health depending on the current rating. If your True Health isn't reduced to zero, you will respawn with full Normal health. However, if you lose all of your True Health, you die.
Your Rage Meter goes up when you take or deal damage. Once you have enough Rage, it gives you a Rage Bar, which can be spent to perform super-powerful Rage Attacks by pressing the R button. You can have up to 4 Rage Bars. If you are killed, you won't lose any Rage Meter.
One of the larger game mechanics in KillGames is the Rating. Since hundreds of people are watching you fight, obviously you want to entertain them. Everytime you and your enemy(s) attack, the rating grows. Once a player is killed, the rating determines how much True Health the enemy loses, with them losing more health the higher the ratings are. After this, the rating will decrease.
In KillGames, your player can move with the Left-Stick and attack with the face buttons. You have three types of attacks:
- Light Attacks: Light Attacks are the fastest of your moves, but are the weakest overall. Often they will be the ones that you will use for combos.
- Heavy Attacks: Heavy Attacks are slow, but compensate for their slowness with great damage, and special abilities like launching, anti-airs, or the ability to go through certain attacks.
- Special Attacks: Special Attacks are moves will unique properties. Often these will include things like projectiles, or attacks that work in tandem with a character's gimmick.
Depending on the direction you are holding the control stick (either no direction, left/right, toward your enemy or away from your enemy), your character will perform a different attack.
The player can also perform a Jump to gain extra height or start an air combo, or Block to nullify attacks. However, if a player blocks for too long, or if the shield takes too much damage, it will break and become unavailable for some time. Grabs and other attacks will also go through these shields.
When a character has low enough health, their health bar will begin glowing red and their character will look visibly exhausted. When this is happening, that character can be Finished. To initiate a finisher, the player will either need to perform a certain move (normally a Strong Attack, a Special Attack or a Pummel), or have the player come in contact with a hazard. During this, the victim will be brutally murdered in a gory fashion, often involving dismemberment, decapitation, evisceration, ripping out vital organs, skin or entire skeletons, etc. Trust me, they can get pretty intense. Certain finishers will put the enemy in a Helpless state. While in a Helpless state, the enemy is unable to do anything, but the player can follow up this finisher to add extra damage or combo into another finisher to increase the rating.
- Left C-Stick: Move Character
- Right C-Stick: Move Camera
- A: Light Attack
- B: Heavy Attack
- X: Special Attack
- Y: Jump
- L: Block
- R: Rage Attack
- Target: Tapping the right stick allows players to target different enemies, making it easier to focus your attacks on a certain player.
- Dodge: Tap a direction while blocking to perform a dodge, allowing you to quickly move while dodging a potential attack.
- Parry: Activating or ending a block at the time an enemy attacks allows you to perform a Parry. This technique is useful for when the enemy is just barraging you with attacks, as the Parry will stun the enemy for a short time. However, performing this is risky, as it will leave you vulnerable.
- Grab: Press the light and heavy attack buttons at the same time to perform a Grab. This attack goes through blocks, and allows you to either a Pumel or a Throw.
- Pummel: Press the Light Attack button while grabbing enemies to perform a Pummel, dealing some damage.
- Throw: Press the Heavy Attack button while grabbing enemies to perform a Throw, to throw an enemy in a certain direction, potentially into an item or a deadly hazard.
- Target: Click on the left C-Stick to target a player. While targeting a player, all attacks will automatically be directed toward that player. In a 1v1, the enemy is always targeted, but you can switch between players if you fighting in a free-for-all.
Note: Controls shown here are shown as if the player is using a Nintendo Switch controller.
In Story Mode, the player follow the adventures of either Redge or Storm as they go through the KillGames. The mode features three stories, one focusing on Redge and Lane trying to get Yuki out of the KillGames, one focusing on Storm, Newton and Break as they search and try to stop Maligna, and the last story and ties both of them together. If you want to see more on Story Mode, click here.
Arcade Mode is similar to Story Mode, but focuses less of story. The mode tasks players with choosing a character and play a series of 9 fights, ending with a final fight against Adam. Your time can be put into online leaderboards to see how you did against other players.
Survival Mode tasks players with surviving as long as possible. Players fight an endless barrage of enemies and characters until they drop dead. Getting high ratings will earn you Health Sodas to continue fighting. Your time can be put into online leaderboards to see how you did against other players.
In Training Mode, the player can practice playing the game by completing various challenges. The mode is hosted by Stun and Torque. It features three different modes:
- Tutorial: In the Tutorial, the player can learn the basics of the game. Everything from moving, to the basics of attacking, the rating system, etc.
- Character Spotlight: In Character Spotlight, the player can learn how to play an individual character, their strengths and weaknesses, and each of their moves.
- Free Training: In Free Training, the player is free to practice their fighting skills without any interruptions.
Versus Mode is where the player can go to play offline, against players locally or against CPUs. The player is free to choose their characters, stages, and even manipulate some of the rules, including the amount of health you have, the time, hazards, items, etc.
Deathmatch tasks players with being the last to survive. Players must build up the ratings and take advantage of hazards and finishers to cause as much damage as possible.
Battle Royale tasks players with getting the highest rating by the time limit. Players must build up the ratings and take advantage of hazards and finishers to get the highest ratings possible. Dying will cause you to lose half of your ratings.
Massacre tasks players with getting the highest rating by the time limit. Enemies will constantly spawn, and the player needs to kill as many as possible to maximize ratings. Dying will cause you to lose half of your ratings, but players can't damage each other in this mode.
King of the Hill
King of the Hill tasks players with getting the highest ratings by the time limit by standing in the designated area. Players gain less points the more players are in the area, so players will need to knock eachother away so they can get the highest ratings. Dying will cause you to lose half of your ratings.
Deathball tasks players with getting the highest ratings by the time limit. To earn ratings, the player needs to knock the enemy into "goals". Attacks that cause knockback and throws are recommended.
In Online, the player can fight against other players online. Each player has a ranking, that increases if the player wins and decreases if the player loses. The player can also fight against friends, though this won't affect your rankings.
KillGames, at launch, features 16 playable characters. Each character has their own unique backgrounds and playstyles. After the game's release, four more characters were released through DLC.
Redge is one of the game's main protagonists, alongside Storm. He is a half-demon, having a human father and a demon mother. His mother, Soul, killed his father shortly after he met her, and when Redge was born, Soul barely cared about him. This led to Redge eventually growing a grudge against her and leaving the Demon Realm to live in the Human Realm. He lived with Lane for several months, and after hearing about the KillGames, joins out of the possibility of killing his mom and finding something to do.
Redge is normally shown to be abrasive, sarcastic and overly rude. He shows little concern for the well-being of many people, with the only exceptions being his close friends like Lane. He often enjoys saying offensive remarks to his enemies.
His weapon in the Cauterizer, a chainsaw-sword that is powered by the flames of Hell.
Storm is one of the game's main protagonists, alongside Redge. She is a member of the Anti-KillGames Association, a government-owned organization that wishes to end the KillGames for its large body count. She was formerly a police officer, and lost her arms while protecting a group of civilians from a gang. She reluctantly joins the KillGames to use the grand prize as a way to stop it.
Despite her short temper and aggressive nature, she tries to stay coolheaded and keeps a heroic nature at all times. She is opposed of using violence unless needed, and only wishes to protect innocent people from danger.
Her weapons are dual Plasma Cutters on her gauntlets. She can also project energy shields and blasts of energy.
Break was once just a normal guy living in Neo York City, living a fairly standard life with his wife and daughter. At least that was until the two of them were murdered by a group of mutants. After learning of this, he made it his mission to kill every last mutant in Neo York City, and avenge his family. He uses the KillGames as a starting point, using it to kill as many mutants as he can find.
Break is shown to be serious, impulsive and very aggressive. Because of what happened to him, he gets extremely angry if he sees a mutant, no matter the person what was mutated. He almost never takes off his sunglasses.
Break's weapon is a Spiked Bat, which is just a baseball bat covered in nails and spikes.
Yuki was originally created as a "next step for human evolution" by an unknown organization. Born with uncontrollable ice powers, a freak accident led her to destroying the lab she was in and kill everyone in it. Founded by Adam in the wreckage, he was impressed by the amount of death and destruction she could case, and took her in to train and become a powerful fighter. Forced into the tournament against her will, Yuki only wishes to escape with her life.
Yuki is normally shown to be shy and distant, mostly because she has had litte interaction with people who don't want to kill her. Despite being trained to kill, she absolutely hates violence, fighting only if threatened, or if she forced to. However, when she warms up to someone, she is kind and cheerful, wishing to protect those that she loves.
Yuki's weapon is her ability to create and control Ice, forming it into icicles and other weapons.
Newton is a high-ranking member of the AKA, serving as Storm's assistant. A gifted robotics scientist, Newton joined the AKA to avenge his childhood friend, a girl by the name of Ein, who joined the KillGames in the past and ended up getting killed. Like Storm, he joins the KillGames to find a way they can stop it, though he secretly wants to use the prize to bring Ein back to life.
Newton, like Storm, hates the KillGames, and wishes to stop them. He doesn't really talk that often, but he shown to be very intelligent and sophisticated.
Newton's weapon is ARMA, a combat robot designed by Newton and made in the image of Ein. She wields dual spears. which are capable of extending to extreme lengths.
A semi-famous rockstar in Neo York City, Lane is also a powerful occultist. She enjoys studying demons and the demon world, eventually learning how to summon demons and create contracts between them. She helped Redge escape from the Demon Realm (at the cost of massive scars on her body), and created contracts with every avatar (except for Soul) to grant her powerful demonic abilities. She is unsatisfied with what humans think of demons, and wants to show the world that demons can be people just like humans can, using the KillGames as a stepping stone to her goal.
Lane, in contrast to Redge, is fun-loving and rambunctious. Her love for demons and their world can be seen by many people as an obsession, as she lets Redge stay in her apartment despite not doing anything, and believing that demons can be good people. However, she genuinelly cares about Redge as a friend, and uses her love for demons as a way of bringing good. Like Redge, she hates Soul for her wish for destruction and power.
Lane's weapon is Abaddon, her electric guitar, which she used to channel demonic-power into a battle-axe. She has the powers to summon demons, specifically Lucifer, the avatar of wrath, who she has a pretty good friendship with.
Once a famous pro wrestler, Diablo fell into obscurity when the KillGames were introduced, and caused his profession to become obsolete. Since then, he has tried to find fame through other means, eventually causing him to start taking illegal mutagens. Believing himself to be the most powerful man in the world, he joins the KillGames to bring himself back into the spotlight.
Diablo acts like a heel wrestler, often boasting about his strength, showing contempt to his opponents, and generally acting like a massive asshole. He enjoys fighting and isn't phased upon killing someone, seeing the KillGames as just a performance to him.
Diablo uses Mutagens, which rapidly increase his muscle mass and grant him superhuman strengh.
Misery is a ninja assassin who wanders the world, searching for people to fight. She wields Ashura, a legendary katana that houses the soul of a high-ranking demon. When Misery first grasped the sword, Ashura placed a curse on her, forcing her to feed him blood if she wishes to stay alive. Somehow finding herself in Neo York City, Misery joins the KillGames to find a way to get rid of her sword.
Misery is shown to be cold, collected and serious. Despite the situation she is in, she possesses a code of honor, and chooses to only fight people that have done bad things or will give her a good fight.
Misery wields Ashura, and can tap into his power during certain attacks. She also uses shurikens in her Neutral Special.
Colt is a man with one goal, to become the richest guy in the world. He initially served as a bounty hunter, using his marksmanship and varied weaponry to kill people and earn money. Not satisied with the amount of money he got from doing the job, he joins the KillGames to use the prize to win as much money as hey can.
Colt is best described as sly and scummy. He's to kind of fighter who, rather than fighting with any sense of honor and dignity, would rather run away and fight his opponents from afar. He only joins the KillGames to boost his ego and make himself rich. He is shown to flirt with many of the female characters (mostly Misery in the story).
Colt wields various Guns, including dual revolvers, a pump-action shotgun, a tommy gun, flashbangs and miniguns.
Shine is the leader of the Wastelanders, a group of gang members that live in the long-abandoned wastelands. Shine is absolutely obsessed with mechanical parts, often outfitting herself with them, and having the ultimate goal of becoming the most powerful cyborg in the world. Finding herself in the KillGames, she joins to find powerful robots and cyborgs which she can steal from.
Shine has a split personality. She is normally shown to be childish and bubbly, having a wonderment towards robots and cyborgs. But when things don't go her way, she becomes a cunning and obsessive murderer. She often uses her high position as leader to get whatever she wants, even if it means abusing her subjects.
Shine's weapon are the Soul Scratchers, two massive gauntlets equipped with launchable blades, which are similar to claws.
Sharkman is a member of the Wastelanders and one of Shine's most loyal bodyguards. He believes himself to be an acutal shark, despite the shoddy design of his costume, and is one of the Wastelander's most skilled killers. He wishes to protect his leader Shine at all costs, and joins the tournament to protect her and kill everyone who even tries to lay a finger on her.
Sharkman is incapable of speaking, only able to speak in growls and roars. He is a vicious and cannibalistic killer, with an undying ferocity much like a shark hunting its prey. His only driving force are his loyalty towards Shine, and he often sleeps when he doesn't have things to do.
Sharkman's weapon is the Turbine Hammer, a motorized spinning weapon made of scrap metal attached to the end of the stick.
With the threat of demons and mutants taking over the world, the United States needed some kind of way to contain them. Thus was the origins of the Zmei, high-powered combat robots designed to supress these new species, and prevent them to overrunning humanity. To test out their capabilities, a single unit was sent to the KillGames as a way to test out its capabilities.
Being a robot, Zmei feels no emotions and no free will, as his programming forces him to do what he is ordered to do. His only order is to win the KillGames, and he is willing to do anything to reach that objective, even if it means killing thousands of people.
Alongside missiles and lasers, Zmei is equipped with the Buster Breakers, where his claws form together into drills and can spin at high speed to cause incredible damage.
Reapazoid is a notorious mass murderer in Neo York City. Little is known about him, as he wears a Grim Reaper-esque outfit that hides his indentity. He often hunts during the night, slaughtering as many people as he can. However, with even the slightest possibility of being caught, Reapazoid seeked to find a way to never end his killing spree. He secretly joins the KillGames, wishing the use the prize to grant him the freedom to kill whoever he pleased.
Reapazoid is a psychopath who enjoys causing as much death and carnage as possible. However, he isn't a mindless murderer. Reapazoid is actually extremely cunning and smart, and enjoys toying with his enemy's psyche to disorient them and create the perfect opening.
Reapazoid's main weapon is the Harbinger, a dual-sided laser scythe. He also has the ability to manipulate portals, allowing him to suddenly teleport and fire chain-linked sickles out of them.
Maligna is a scientist and the largest producer of mutagens in Neo York City. With thousands of people wishing to join the KillGames, Maligna is obsessed with creating the most powerful mutagen she can create. This obsession slowly made her slowly go insane, and the exposure to her mutagens caused her to go into a permanent state of mutation. Now, believing she found the "perfect mutagen" she has been searching for, she joins the KillGames to find people to test out her creation on.
Maligna only wishes for two things, to create the perfect mutagen, and to see how much death and destruction it can cause. She see all human life as her test subjects, and is willing to sacrifice lives if it means getting closer to completing her goals.
Maligna's weapon are Mutagens. Along with the syringes she uses for close-ranged attacks, canisters of mutagen gases are attached to her arms and legs, which can be used to amplify her attacks or provide long-ranged damage.
Soul is a powerful demon lord and the avatar of lust. While most of her demon brethen prefer to live in the Demon Realm and torture the souls that wander in, Soul prefers to venture into the Human Realm, driven only by sex and human blood. Stumbling upon the KillGames, she has competed every years and has stayed its ultimate champion. With the 25th KillGames coming in, she hopes to keep her position, and watch as everyone below her is destroyed by her power. Secretly however, she is plotting to take over the world.
Soul, being a succubus, is shown to be seductive, and even a little playful, but is also extremely bloodthirsty and sadistic. She enjoys the sound of her opponent's screams as she viciously mutilates them.
Soul's weapon is the Bloodletter, a whip constructed out of the blood of thousands of men. It can extend and go through objects.
Adam is the current owner of the KillGames and initially serves as the game's final boss. He was a former war general, who went insane after he killed hundreds of soldiers in a powerful electric blast. He found himself in Neo York City and set up the KillGames, in order to find people who were willing to kill just like he did many years ago.
Adam is normally gruff and takes pleasure in a good fight. Because of his troubled past, he sees himself as an outcast from society, which is why he tries to find people who can cause as much death as could.
Adam's weapon is the Mjolnir Ultima, a device in his mechanized body that allows him to summon and manipulate electricity to supercharge his attacks.
Vice is a powerful demonic knight who serves the Avatars of Hell. Not alot is really known about his past, though he was originally human. After getting into a car crash and dying, he made a deal with the Avatars to serve him in exchange for the chance of being able to see his family again. For years, he served them. When the 25th KillGames came, the Avatars decided that if he won, he could leave hell. Eagerly wishing to see his family again, he joined.
Vice is incapable of speaking, but is shown to be quite serious and dead set on accomplishing his goals.
Vice wields the Fate Edge, a massive blade constructed out of demonic energy.
Izuna is a rogue member of the Wastelanders. Once one of its most skilled hunters, she hated the idea of introducing cyborg technology to the Wastelands as she believed it would make killing too easy. So her leader, Shine, tortured her and converted her into a robot. After escaping, she seeks to kill her former leader, and bring the Wastelands back to its former glory.
Izuna is cold and brooding. She is ashamed of her robot body and she rarely takes advantage of its abilities. She enjoys killing people, though believes that weapons like guns and plasma weapons are, "only used by weaklings", and hates them because it makes it easier to kill people.
Izuna wields the Amaterasu, a pretty simple bow and arrow. She's armed with a variety of arrows with differing effects when fired.
Very little information is known about the mysterious Mr. Slag. From what we know, he is a so-called "dimension-travelling trophy hunter". He enjoys traveling across different worlds and assassinating important figures for sport. Now ending up in the Human world, he seeks to find powerful targets he can kill.
Even at a first glance, Mr. Slag is an unusual person. He acts like a stereotypical British gentleman, speaking in a British accent and being friendly and quite chivalrous. He often acts in the most bizarre ways possible, but uses this as a way to catch his enemies off guard, and is actually a cold-blooded killer.
Mr. Slag's weapon is the Rainmaker, an umbrella lined with blades along the tips, and a single one at the top. He uses it similar to a rapier.
Before entering the KillGames, Trip was just your run-of-the-mill shut-in living in Neo York City. The only interactions he's had is with Wire, his virtual girlfriend. In reality however, Wire is actually an amalgamation of the vengeful souls of past KillGames contestants. Becoming so filled will malice and hate, Wire manages to break out of the virtual world, and uses Trip as a host to seek revenge against the tournament that killed them.
Trip is shown to be a loner who hates interaction with anyone that isn't Wire. He seems to thing that he and Wire are inseperable, and is willing to do anything for her. Wire on the other hand is a sadistic and manipulative psychopath bent on nothing but vengeance. Despite being Trip's girlfriend, she secretly sees him as a tool to get what she wants.
Wire is primarily the fighter in this duo, controlling Trip's body and leaving him unconscious. Wire can manipulate her body into various weapons, and can absorb data from her enemies to gain attacks similar to theirs.
Each character has 4 alternate costumes, that are selectable before the start of a match.
These are characters that often appear in cutscenes or gameplay, but are not controlled by the player.
These are the various enemies that appear during KillGame's Story Mode and in Massacre Mode.
Ruthless gang members from Neo York City, they join the KillGames to kill people without going to jail. They are often found in cities, wielding pipes, bats and simple blades.
|Soldier||Mechanized combat robots, they are sent by the US government for testing in potential wars. They are one of the few enemies that wield ranged weapons, attacking enemies with pistols and an energy blade if enemies come too close.|
|Marauder||Insane cyborg enemies that live in the Wastelands around Neo York City, they join the KillGames in service of their leader. Often found in deserts, and dress up as cats & dogs, their cyborg limbs often them increased speed and strength, often utilizing their blades.|
|Mutant||People who use mutagens to enhance their strength, Mutants are an agile enemy, able to run very quickly and climb walls. They are armed with long, sickle-like claws. However, they are considerably fragile compared to other enemies.|
|Imp||Low-ranking demons, Imps are mischevious but sadistic demonic creatures. With the ability to fly, they range out the player, attacking with their flaming whips.|
|Bomber||These injured Anarchists only wish to go out in a last blast, and will run towards any enemy that they happen to see, and immediately blow up in their vicinity to cause massive damage. Bombers, however, can also be used to their advantage, with the player being able to launch them into enemies if they are killed.|
|Molotov||Female Anarchists, these enemies primarily wield molotov cocktails. They keep their distance and toss these at the player, exploding upon contact and wiping entire areas in flames. In close-combat however, they're easy to kill.|
|Chopper||An Anarchist wielding a chainsaw, they are among one of the more dangerous enemies you will face. They will chase you and attempt to attack enemies with their chainsaw. They are vulnerable to ranged attacks.|
|Rocketeer||A Soldier wielding a missile launcher, they keep their distance and launch homing missiles at the player, exploding upon contact. In close-combat, they're easy to kill.|
|Roller||Wastelanders with spikes pierced through their heads, their lower-halves have been replaced with wheels. Their main attack is attempting to ram full force into you. They take some time to rev up however, and they are vulnerable once they hit a wall.|
|Spiderslicer||Wastelanders resembling spiders, their limbs have been replaced with robotic limbs, each equipped with a sharp blade at the end. They have the ability to turn invisible and sneak attack on unsuspecting foes.|
|Spitter||Mutants that have taken too much mutagens, causing their bodies to literally melt. They spit out acidic blasts that leave behind puddles, damaging anyone who steps in them.|
|Succubus||Lusty female demons who serve Soul, Succubi are a deadly enemy to come cross. They have the ability to teleport, summon Imps, and attack with explosive fireballs. However, they actively avoid combat, and if they are in close-range of you, they can't do much to defend themselves.|
|Executioner||These hulking men with bags on their heads are big and powerful, but considerably slow. However, get up close and they will almost immediately attempt to smash you with their rebar hammers. It's best to take them down from a distance.|
|Juggernaut||Mechanical enemies built by the AKA, Juggernauts wield gatling guns as their weapons. They are extremely slow, almost never moving, but can cause powerful damage from any range with their miniguns. Get up close, and they can't really do much but a gun smack that can knock you away.|
|Bearzerker||Powerful Wastelanders with the strength and ferocity of bears, the Bearzerker's main attack is a charging move, with them charging forward at incredible speed. Their fronts are covered in armor but their backs are vulnerable, which is normally where you will want to attack them.|
|Giga Mutant||Massive mutants that use heavy doses of mutagens, Giga Mutants are towering beasts. Armed with powerful grapples, they are daedly if they can get close to you, which can be hard since they are so fast. It's best keep moving when combatting them.|
|Archdemon||HIgh-ranking demon lords, Archdemons are powerful enemies. Mostly flying above the player, they cast powerful fire magic, which can cover entire areas of an arena. It's best to deal with them as quickly as you possible can.|
KillGames features 16 stages at launch. Each stage is associated with one of the game's playable characters, and feature a unique layout and hazards (hazards featured on the stage can be seen in the Hazards section).
|Neo York City Streets||
Neo York City is well-known for two things: the KillGames, and its insanely high crime rate! This section of Neo York City is well-known as a place where many gangs hang out and hold gang wars with eachother. The stage is fairly simple, consisting of a mostly flat arena with a few buildings scattered about.
|Grand Neo Bridge||
Grand Neo Bridge is a massive bridge that connects Neo York City with the rest of the Wastelands. Obviously we don't want anyone escaping during the KillGames, which is why part of the bridge is blocked off with cars and all that other junk. The stage is pretty simple, being one of the longer stages in the game, and featuring little to no elevation (with the exception of the cars scattered around the stage).
Neo York City's famous train station, the area is converted into an arena every year for the KillGames. All trips are cancelled, except for the trips to hell people will be going to when the trains that pass through the station run them over. Because of the amount of death, this area is popular among KillGames fans.
A mysterious factory on the outskirts of Neo York City, the area was used by Yuki as a training ground for honing her ice powers. Much of the factory is coated in large ice, though apparently a few machines are still operating, and can be activated by breaking the ice encasing them.
A secret underground research facility, the Underground Laboratory features a wide variety of awesome futuristic-themed deathtraps.
A massive dump where broken machines and robots are turned into scrap metal. The stage is fairly open, climbing atop hills of metal. A giant toppled crane can be jumped on top of to gain a high advantage. Watch out for the sides, as standing in it will pull you close to the grinders, killing you if you touch them.
An arena used by KillGames fans when the KillGames are over, the Cage is an underground arena surrounded by spikes. It's one of the simpler arenas with no elevations, just a large octagon-shape area for you to fight in.
Though initially peaceful with its Japanese-styled architecture and relaxing waterfalls, the Ancient Dojo is just as dangerous as other arenas. The arena consists of a small square-shaped arena in the middle, alongside a balcony area surrounding it. Players can be knocked off of the balcony to instantly kill them.
The biggest entertainment destination in Neo York City, Casinoland is what you get when you mix Las Vegas and a Six Flags into a colorful and chaotic mess. The stage is quite open, located at night in the courtyard of a massive casino, and and is surrounded by neon lights. Watch out for the Slot of Misfortune, which will randomly open up to judge the fate of anyone through into it!
Disconnected from the rest of Neo York, the Wasteland Slums is a desertous settlement that serves as the home of the Wastelanders. Small buildings litter the arena. The middle of the arena is pretty big, though a crusher will keep everybody on their tows. Fences are lined with spikes and sawblades will occasionally come out of hallways to slice up unsuspecting enemies.
An abandoned dock in the outskirts of Neo York City, many abandoned ships litter this stage Wreckage Ocean features somewhat uneven ground, with players able to stand and fight on these abandoned and rusting objects. Don't fall into the water, as it is infested with Death Sharks, just waiting to feast upon your dead body.
The tallest standing building in Neo York City, the Neon Tower provides tons of great views of the skylines. The stage takes place on the observation deck, and is quite flat. Much of the stage is surrounded by glass, which can be broken if a player is launched into them with enough force. Anyone launched out the stage will be swiftly killed by the KillDrones surrounding the stage,
A mysterious castle in the outskirts of Neo York City, it's origins is unknown, though many speculate it is either haunted, or created to attract tourists. The arena has two floors, connected by a spiral staircase in the middle. The torture instruments are still somehow working, and can be used to your advantage to kill people.
|Toxic Sewer System||
Located deep benath Neo York City, the Toxic Sewer System has been long abandoned. The stage is quite long, with the stage split vertically in half because of the toxic river. This river is filled with so much trash and mutagens that entering it will cause you to disintergrate.
A crystal forest located in the bowels of Hell, it serves as Soul home. The massive crystals can block attacks, or be used as ways to kill people, but can be destroyed if they take enough damage. If you use a crystal to kill someone, the higher the crystal is, the more your rating will increase.
The KillGames Stadium is the biggest location for KillGames fans around the world (or at least what's left of it)! This massive stadium trades all the bullshit of the other fighting areas for a simple rectangular arena, surrounded by a wide bottomless pit. Sure, it ain't that cool, but hey, it's a fair fighting ground.
During a match, items will drop into the stage via drones. These can be used to support yourself or damage and debuff enemies. Using these to kill off an enemy will provide a bonus in ratings.
A teleportation device, upon being thrown, it releases an assortment of enemies to attack your enemies. They cannot be controlled and can be taken out quite easily, though they can be quite useful is distracting the enemy and creating pressure. The enemies you summon depends on the character you are playing as.
|Fire Bomb||A orange bomb that releases a flaming explosion when thrown, causing damage to anyone in its radius. If enemy is at low health, the explosion will light the enemy on fire, leaving them in a helpless state.|
|Health Soda||A lemon-lime soda that contains an unhealthy amount of sugar (and by unhealthy we mean several tons), this drink will restore up to 25% of your health if finished. Just be careful, as you are vulnerable to damage while you are drinking. You can also throw the drink as an exploding weapon.|
|Ice Bomb||A blue bomb that releases an icy explosion when thrown, freezing anyone in the radius. If the enemy is at low health while they are frozen, hit them with a Heavy Attack or a powerful Special attack to cause them to shatter.|
|Power Shield||A energy barrier, it temporarily reduces the damage from all oncoming attacks, and grants a small layer of super armor against weak attacks.|
|Rage Soda||An orange soda that contains special ingredients (and by special ingredients we mean copious amounts of drugs), this drink will grant one Rage meter when finished. Just be careful, as you are vulnerable to damage while you are drinking. You can also throw the drink as an exploding weapon.|
|Shock Trap||A device that sticks to surfaces, anyone that steps on it will be violently electrocuted, stunning them for a short time. If the enemy is at low health, the device will cause the enemy to burn up and explode.|
The KillGames features a wide variety of hazards for the player to use. Utilizing a hazard to kill someone can give you a boost in ratings.
Think you're safe if you are thrown out of the dojo balcony? I think not! Because these bamboo spikes litter the bottom of the dojo, and anyone who is thrown out will get violently impaled!
An oil drum that is currently on fire. When an enemy is at low health, place them or launch them into them to scorch them alive! Watch as they struggle to escape as they slowly burn to death!
These great white sharks have been mutated with the most powerful mutagens there is, and now they're hungry for any bit of human flesh they can get. Get an enemy into the water and they will take care of the rest!
Pretty normal-looking dragon statue at first, throw your enemies into its jaws and it will activate, chomping down on them!
You gotta throw that human trash away at some point, and these dumpsters are the perfect place to do it! Throw or place an enemy into it, and the blades on the lid will easily chop the enemy in half.
These massive crushers will occasionally raise up before coming back down to crush anyone in their path, leaving them behind as a red stain on the ground.
These sharp and pointy hell crystals will impale anybody who happens to land onto them. Higher ratings for anyone who gets the large crystals!
A massive fan that shreds anything placed into it! Throw an enemy into them and watch as they get eviscerated by the fan's giant blades.
A grinder that will crush anything placed into it. Throw the enemy into it and watch as their bones slowly break as they are crushed into a red paste!
These massive blades will occasionally fall from the cieling to chop anyone in their way. Watch for bloodstains on the floor, as they will indicate where a guillotine (though that will be pretty hard once people start dying).
Did you launch an opponent off of a cliff or a high place? Thinking there's the chance that they may survive that fall and attempt to kill you again? Well don't worry, the KillDrones are here to help! These flying robots patrol out of bounds areas around the KillGames, and when anybody is launched into these areas (marked with red lines), a KillDrone will fly into their path and eviscerate them with their jet engines until they are a fine red mist!
A fence constructed out of thin beams of light, these melt through anything that come into contact with them. When an enemy is at low health, place them or launch them into these fences to cut them to pieces.
These giant neon signs and billboards litter Casinoland. They also make for great makeshift weapons! Throw an enemy into them and watch the light display as they get violently electrocuted.
A massive sawblade that cuts through anything in its way, including human flesh! Throw an enemy into them and watch as they are violently eviscerated by these spinning blades.
These abandoned cars have been converted into makeshift iron maidens! Their trunks are filled to the brim with spikes, and you can place or launch your enemies into them to give them a painful and heart-piercing (along with any other organs) death!
The simplest of hazards, these are chain-link fences with spikes and other sharp things attached to them. When an enemy is at low health, place them or launch them onto these spiked fences to make sure their as good as dead!
|Slot of Misfortune||
One of the most elaborate hazards, throw the enemy into the machine and stop the wheel to determine which way they will die. From crushing, to burning, to dismemberment, test your luck to see which one you'll get!
A river located in the Toxic Sewer System, this river is filled to the brim with trash and mutagens. Contact with the river will cause pretty harsh effects on the body! And by that we mean that jumping into the river will mutate you so much that it will cause your body to literally explode.
A mode of transportation by day, in the KillGames, they are used as battering rams of pure death. Watch out for when the tracks are glowing, because a train will come in and absolutely obliterate anything standing it their path!
- Many games has inspired KillGames.
- The overall idea of this game (along with the logo) is inspired by MadWorld and Anarchy Reigns.
- The gameplay is inspired by games like KILL la KILL - IF and Jump Force.
- The rating system is similar to Bravery from Final Fantasy Dissidia, though is inspired by the point system from MadWorld.
- This is CrakaboLazy's second new series after the Constructinator series.
- KillGames went through many, many revisions throughout its life. CrakaboLazy always wanted to create some sort of original fighting game, though was trying to find some kind of identity for it. Upon relearning about MadWorld, CrakaboLazy got his inspiration, a fast-paced bloody and gory fighting game.
- Several of the characters alternate costumes are based off of various characters from video games, anime, or other Fantendo characters.
- Redge's Silver costume is based off of Silver Zin from COLD❄BLOOD.
- Redge's Solar costume is based off of Sol Badguy from Guilty Gear.
- Storm's Bounty Hunter costume is based off of Samus from the Metroid series.
- Storm's Heroic costume is based off of Fera from Heroforce.
- Break's Monochrome costume is based off of the black-and-white astethic of MadWorld.
- Break's Vengeful costume is based off of Kratos from God of War.
- Break's Mysterious costume is based off of Denos.
- Yuki's Chill costume is based off of Kula Diamond from the King of Fighters.
- Yuki's Tomboyish costume is based off of Cirno from the Touhou Project.
- Yuki's Alluring costume is based off of Lilith from Darkstalkers.
- Newton's Pissed costume is based off of Jotaro Kujo from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure. ARMA is colored after Star Platinum.
- Newton's Mechanical costume is based off of Zero from Mega Man X. ARMA is colored after X.
- Newton's Sansational costume is based off of Sans from Undertale. ARMA is colored after Papyrus.
- Lane's Thrash costume is based off of Akira Otoishi from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure.
- Lane's Industrial costume is based off of Elek-Trode from Heirs to the Wrath.
- Lane's Grudge costume is based off of the Berzerker from Kingdombound.
- Lane's costumes are all named after genres of heavy metal.
- Diablo's Infierno costume is based off of Incineroar from the Pokemon franchise.
- Diablo's Tornado costume is based off of Rayne from Whirlwind.
- Diablo's Punezato costume is based off of Rookenj from Kotomo.
- Misery's Royal costume is based off of Kitana from Mortal Kombat.
- Misery's Sexy coustume is based off of Mai Shiranui from Fatal Fury and the King of Fighters.
- Misery's Mechanical costume is based off of Genji from Overwatch.
- Colt's Emperor costume is based off of Hol Horse from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure.
- Colt's Yeah, See? costume is based off of stereotypical mobsters.
- Colt's Devilish costume is based off of the Gunner from Disgaea.
- Shine's Poppy costume and Sharkman's Pelagic costume are based on the two characters' older designs.
- Shine's TigerStar costume is based off Tigzon the TigerStar from Tigzon.
- Shine's Lookin' Cool costume is based off of Morgana from Persona 5.
- Sharkman's Freshwater costume is based off of Sidon from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
- Sharkman's Draconic costume is based off of Garchomp from Pokemon.
- Zmei's Angelic costume is based off of the Evangelion Unti-01, from Neon Genesis Evangelion.
- Zmei's Nightmaric costume is based off of Xsomnis from Draco Duel.
- Zmei's Futuristic costume is based off of the RX-78-2 Gundam from Mobile Suit Gundam.
- Reapazoid's Famine costume is based off of Grim from The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy.
- Reapazoid's War costume is based off of Skeletor from He-Man.
- Reapazoid's Pestilence costume is based off of Plague Knight from Shovel Knight.
- Reapazoid's costumes are all named after the Four Horsemen of the Apcolypse.
- Maligna's Poisonous costume is based off of Sarin from Boundless.
- Maligna's Inky costume is based off of the Inklings from Splatoon.
- Maligna's Burning costume is based off of the Pyro from Team Fortress 2.
- Soul's Menacing costume is based off of DIO from JoJo's Bizzare Adventure.
- Soul's Scanty costume is based off of Scanty from Panty & Stocking with Garderbelt.
- Soul's Psychotic costume is based off of Jedah from Darkstalkers.
- Adam's Jolly costume is based off of Santa Claus.
- Adam's Calamitous costume is based off of Ganondorf from the Legend of Zelda.
- Adam's wealthy costume is based off of Drago Napoleon.
- Vice's Envy costume is based off of the Marauder from Doom Eternal.
- Vice's Pride costume is based off of Meta-Ridley from Metroid.
- Vice's Greed costume is based off of Oni from Street Fighter.
- Izuna's Mystic costume is based off of Ninetails from Pokemon.
- Izuna's Relaxed costume is based off of Isabell from Animal Crossing.
- Izuna's Spectral costume is based off of Thrusterhound from Creatures of The Spectroverse.
- Mr. Slag's Hullaballo costume is based off of Jasper Jabberwocky.
- Mr. Slag's Demonizing costume is based off of Alastor from Hazbin Hotel.
- Mr. Slag's Childish costume is based off of Fredbear from Five Nights at Freddy's.
- Trip's Peaceful costume is based off of Yoshikage Kira from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure. Wire is colored like Killer Queen, Kira's stand.
- Trip's Cold costume is based off of Madotsuki from Yume Nikki. Wire is colored like Monoko from the same game.
- Trip's Calm costume is based off of Rosalina from the Mario series. Wire is colored like a Luma.