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Wonder Momo (1987)
Momo Kanda (Japanese: 神田 桃Kanda Momo), otherwise known by her alias of Wonder Momo (Japanese: ワンダーモモWandā Momo) is the main protagonist of the 1987 beat 'em up game Wonder Momo. Wonder Momo is a so-called "Wonder Girl", a superhero, and the alter ego of a pop idol named Momo Kanda. During the events of Wonder Momo, the titular character faces off against an army of monsters commanded over by Warudemon, whose goal is to take over the world. In actuality, Momo is a character in a stage play that depicts the events of the game, with the actress playing both her civilian and superhero forms going unnamed.
Momo Kanda is depicted as wearing a short one-piece ensemble consisting of a blue shirt and skirt, with pink sleeves. She wears a white belt adorned with a golden jewel and pink shoes. Momo is also shown to have long brown hair. When she transforms into Wonder Momo, her ensemble becomes red and white-coloured, and she gains a red helmet with a clear visor (green in-game), with white shoulder cuffs, blue sleeves, and a white belt (green in-game). She also gains large red boots, which her in-game sprite depict as blue.
Wonder Momo is a game known for its risque fanservice, and Wonder Momo received a minor redesign for the 2014 game Wonder Momo: Typhoon Booster in order to play up this attribute. This redesign redesigned her dress to reveal her cleavage, and also adorned it with golden accents while removing her belt. She also gains new sleeves, albeit separate from her dress, which take on a more mechanical design with metallic gauntlets and a blue fabric underneath.
Wonder Momo appears in Jake's Super Smash Bros. alongside several classic Namco characters as part of PAC-MAN's Final Smash, Namco Tussle. As part of this attack, Momo performs a flying kick to knock foes into a stream of fire produced by Amul.