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Were you able to catch the live stream where Noah and I played Clayfighter? If you missed it then you can check out the video sections of our website for the video on demmand. We are bringing that video to our different video sites as we get the bandwidth to do so. I remember this game from the 16-bit era. Noah had his eyes opened by Clayfighter in so many ways. He had never heard of Clayfighter or the concept of this game.

The fighters in Clayfighter are Frosty, Taffy, Tiny, Blob, Blue Suede Goo, Icky, Helga, and Bonker. Families pick a character and the stage to fight in. The fighters in Clayfighter are all claymation. So their moves can look a bit janky at times. The collision detection is suspect at times in Clayfighter as well. Spamming buttons can really help you win in Clayfighter. I remember that from back in the day, and was able to teach it to Noah.

We pummel one another in Clayfighter until one of us has no more health. The first player to two wins is the one that wins the match in Clayfighter. I did some research and found Clayfighter was a joke game mocking the Street Fighter II kinds of games. Clayfighter wound up earning its own cult following as some gamers actually enjoyed this video game. There were even sequels to Clayfighter. So it reached an audience that appreciated it back in the day.

We played Clayfighter on the Evercade. Clayfighter can also be found on the Genesis and Super NES. I actually own the Super NES version of Clayfighter and have played it before. The computer can really dominate and challenge the player in Clayfighter. Which is why playing with someone else is always better in my humble opinion. On top of the violence there is some crude humor within Clayfighter. The Elvis Impersonator may have you laughing. UH-HUH!

I do not recall how many other parody video games were made back in the day. I know plenty of video games contain joke characters like Dan. I am glad I was able to share Clayfighter with Noah and teach him some video game history. Clayfighter requires ruthless aggression to win. The quicker you take out your opponent the quicker you are done with the round. Showing mercy in Clayfighter will not work in your favor.
- Paul


Graphics: 55%
Sounds: 60%
Replay/Extras: 70%
Gameplay: 60%
Family Friendly Factor: 50%

System: Evercade/Genesis/Super NES
Publisher: Interplay Productions
Developer: Visual Concepts
Rating: ‘NR’ – Not Rated

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