Owartta (tentative title) is a 2.5D fighting game created by Blackout Software. The game is similar to other umbrella fighting games, such as Fighters of Lapis or Battle Theatre, as it is a Super Smash Bros. clone featuring characters from various anime, games, manga. The game features various similarities to the Smash Bros. series; with the gameplay (knock opponent fighters past the blast lines of the stage to gain a KO) remaining the same, and all characters having four special attacks and a secret move activated by destroying the Seishin after it spawns in battle.
Owartta, like most umbrella fighting games, is a clone of the Super Smash Bros. series. As such, the following (slightly edited) description will be lifted straight from the page of Super Smash Bros. Strife.
Fans of the entries into the Super Smash Bros. series will be immensely familiar with the gameplay featured in Owartta. Essentially, it features the same gameplay attributes as the previous games in the series, though with major updates. Owartta, as its name implies, is a fighting game that features a slew of popular (or sometimes negligible) Nintendo characters, stages, themes, and more. Contradictory to most fighting games, the health bar goes up rather than down, meaning there is no really telling when your opponent will be defeated. To defeat, or KO (knock out) your enemy, though, you'll have to knock them off the edge rather than fully depleting their energy.
Owartta, as its name implies, is a fighting game that features a slew of popular (or sometimes negligible) Nintendo characters, stages, themes, and more. Contradictory to most fighting games, the health bar goes up rather than down, meaning there is no really telling when your opponent will be defeated. To defeat, or KO (knock out) your enemy, though, you'll have to knock them off the edge rather than fully depleting their energy.
Once you hit your opponent, their damage meter percentage starts to go up. The farther up it is, the farther they'll soar when attacked. If they have a high damage percentage on their meter like 123% (the max is 999%), then the chances that they'll fly off the edge are tremendous. If the meter isn't too high, then they have a good chance of staying on the platform. Performing smash attacks when an adversary's damage meter is far up will result in an almost instant K.O. depending on the circumstances.
Once your character starts to fall off the edge, you'll oftentimes have to jump back by using your double and triple jump. Sometimes this won't work, however, usually when you're too far away to do so.
When a character does fall off an edge, then he or she will lose a life, or lose a point depending on which mode you're playing on (the former if you're playing on stock mode and the latter if you're playing on time mode). If you lose all of your lives, then you'll be removed from the current battle, and if you have the least amount of points by the end of the engagement, then you'll also lose. However, if the result is contrary to that, then you'll ultimately win the fight.
While it was initially confirmed that there would be a story mode in Owartta, it was revealed during A3 that the story mode had been completely redone, and will not be included in Owartta, and instead in the upcoming Obsidian Warlords game.
|A large tower created by Exotoro, TimeSoul and more on the Fantendo Minecraft server. The match starts on the top floor, with each floor crumbling away beneath the fighters as the fight progresses. Various Minecraft avatars of Fantendo users can be seen trying to flee as the stage crumbles, or appear in the background while the fight continues. Once the fight reaches the bottom, the tower rebuilds itself in Lapis Lazuli blocks, with the fighters being brought upward by the blocks.|
|The stage takes place on a wool platform that circles this large (for the most part) wooly replica of the Dark Knight. The stage is probably the simplest in the game, with the only gimmick being that the platform can be destroyed (though one must deal 250% to a single block to destroy it), but it will regenerate over time.|
|A glitched room where everything says "removed horror", including Mario's face, hat and overalls. The stage is relatively simple, with the only hazard being that the back walls sometimes push into the battle arena to knock fighters around.|
|A large, spiralling mountain covered with poop. The Great Mighty Poo appears in the background of the stage, and will occasionally throw er......... "mud" at the fighters. In timed matches, when there is a minute remaining, the sewers will flood the stage, separating the platform into three smaller ones separated by harmful water.|
|A strange place located in-between dimensions or something. According to Lapis lore, the Skerries have a physical form in both the Omegaverse and Anti-Space, but it's distorted, psychedelic appearance is solely located in the Omegaverse. Logic does not apply here, as the platform will change and merge into other stuff, the gravity will change to match the platform's orientation, and the fighters may also change density.|
Los Santos International Airport
Grand Theft Auto
|A large airport located in Los Santos. The fight takes place on the wings of three small jets that will often do spins to force the fighters onto other jets as they circle around LSIA. After a while, a Titan plane will take the place of the three jets, before it lands and the battle continues on the runway.|
Old Man Andross' Yard
Brawl in the Family
|Old Man Andross' Yard is a simple stage. Relatively flat with no obstacles obstructing the fight.... initially. Later in the fight, Old Man Andross, who sits asleep in his rocking chair, will wake up and spew large silver tiles as he tells the fighters to "GET OFF [HIS] LAWN".|
|Los Angeles is ravaged by a tropical storm: flooding most of the ocean-side properties, creating massive tornadoes and throwing sharks into the city. The stage takes place during Sharknado's climax, with the airstrip being where the battle takes place. Sharks will often be tossed through the stage, which do massive damage upon impact. The tornadoes can also trap fighters, and while they do no damage, they make them easy targets.|
Sanitation Station Regina
|Sanitation Station Regina is the location where the last members of the homo sapien species reside. The battle takes place outside of the station, on an asteroid that circles around it. Gary, the Rubber Duck, will collide into the stage at a random point in the fight, and begin to mutate, often attacking the fighters as he does so. Gary acts like a CPU fighter, and he too can be KO'd.|
Plants vs. Zombies
|A large greenhouse where a cactus rocket missile thing was built by the plants to destroy Zomboss Mountain. The fight takes place inside, and is the only stage with a ceiling, meaning fighters must be KO'd off the stage's sides. Often, Plants and Zombies, which fight in the background, will take their fight into your's, though both the Plants and Zombies act like CPU opponents should they.|
|A boss in the game Pikmin Wii, a fan game created on Fantendo. The stage takes place on the ground around the giant dog, who will occasionally create earthquakes or swipe at the fighters. Captain Olimar will also appear at random during the match, attempting to defeat the dog, which will not only cause Rocky to attack the fighters more, but Olimar may also throw his Pikmin into the battle by accident.|
|A somewhat flat stage where the fight takes place on the hill on the desktop's background. While the stage itself may be simple looking, the cursor is able to pick up and drop both items and fighters in other places on the stage. Other icons, like the My Computer or My Pictures icons, can be dragged into the stage and act like platforms before being dragged off into the Recycle Bin.|
All Night Nippon Super Mario Bros.
|A flatish stage with a breakable ceiling allowing for a mostly side-KO play style. The.... people that spin around in the air will slap at opponents that attack them. Attacking them enough will cause them to all turn on the opponents full out, but will ignore a fighter after they are KO'd.|
|A small town located at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean, where SpongeBob and Patrick (but mainly SpongeBob) ended up after taking the wrong bus after leaving Glove World. Rock Bottom takes place on the road with floating platforms, making it resemble the Mario Circuit stage from Brawl. Replacing the Shy Guy Karts from Mario Circuit is the bus, which deals massive damage when it passes the stage.|
Coco Jarry's Restaurant & Thirsty Parrot Bar
|A small bar and restaurant located in Renfrew, Ontario. The fight takes place in the alleyway-like patio that takes the title of the city's best patio. Sometimes, waiters and waitresses will come out of the doors while carrying food. Attacking them will have them flee and drop the food, which could restore health. Additionally, should enough waiters/waitresses drop plates, then a food fight will break out among the customers. These foods can not be eaten, and cause minor damage; serving as a distraction.||Win 20 matches as Onigiri|
|One of the few people who have been caught in the middle of both Sharknado disasters, Fin Shepard is known to be one of the people who helped destroy the original Sharknado in Los Angeles and the storm system that caused the second one in New York. He wields a chainsaw taken from the NYPD in his fight, and can throw copies of his ex-wife/fiance's book "How to Survive a Sharknado and Other Unnatural Disasters".|
|A crazed sheep who was trapped within Cloudcracker Prison for attempting to start a rebellion for the sheep. He mainly attacks by biting and ramming into people, as sheep tend to do, but can also attach two large Cork Guns to his back, to give him ranged attacks. Sheep Creep can also summon more sheep to aid in attacking, and transform into a "berserker" form.|
|After being sent alongside her comrades Anton, Jimmy and Valentina to the Sanitation Space Station hovering above the blue planet known as Earth, Tilda gets switched with a doppelganger robot from another dimension, who rarely speaks and instead attempts to destroy the menace ruling her world. She is able to attack with hammers, and can throw rubber ducks at enemies. In accordance to being a robot, she is also able to fire lasers from her hands, and float upwards using the vents on her feet.|
|The tiki mascot of Shasta Cola's Tiki Punch drink. He attacks with various fruit-themed projectiles, and can drink Shasta Cola to heal him a little. He also has some typical tribal-themed attacks, including spear toss and a torch spin.|
Hubba and Bubba
|The mascots of the bubblegum brand named after the two, Hubba and Bubba don't get along well, and specialize in different areas when it comes to combat. The purple Hubba(?) is more offensive, attacking with chomps and kicks, while the pink Bubba(?) is more defensive, using bubblegum shields and bubblegum bubbles for recovery.|
|A very honourable boxer, best known for competing against Little Mac in his rise to fame, Piston Hondo is a quick character who isn't great in the air. He also borrows some attacks from Dragon Chan, in that he uses kicking strikes and quick swipes.|
|Yuno Gasai is the second of the twelve Future Diary holders. While she can be cheerful and act like a normal teenager, she is in fact a psychopath who wishes only to protect Yukiteru Amano from harm, so they can get married when they are older. She fights quickly with an knife and punches, and can throw the skulls of her deceased parents at foes.|
|Mur Mur is the servant to the god of time and space, Deus Ex Machina, and holds immense power inside of her. A quick fighter with high jumping abilities and recovery, she is also quite dangerous offensively, utilizing spheres of energy as her primary weapons. However, being so lightweight, she takes double damage and knockback from attacks. Her bracelets control the amount of power she releases, and when they are broken, she turns into a psychotic animal with little volition.|
|Crow is a guy who prides himself on being a classic, princess-snatching villain. He's also the main protagonist of some game that's being Kickstarted. He attacks foes using his power glove, which lends him superhuman strength, as well as the ability to shoot bouncing and sticky grenades.|
|Youngster Joey's Rattata are in the top percentage of Rattata. Of course, this easily earns him a spot into the battle. He fights with his Rattata in battle, commanding it to do most of his dirty work. He is also able to use his cell phone to send out powerful shockwaves, and project holograms of Lyra or Ethan to help him in the battle.|
|A monkey who attends Camp Kidney for the summer. Lazlo can gain assistance from his cabinmates Clam and Raj in battle, and can also use various bean-inspired weapons made from sticks, rocks and mud. Lazlo can also slam into opponents with a large log.|
Twitch Plays Pokémon
|The all-seeing God of the world, representing the anarchy controlling the Hive Mind. Lord Helix knows and sees all, and uses these powers in a defensive way, being able to counterattack quickly. His offensive power isn't as great as his defensive though. He can call upon the rest of RED's godly team when in danger: aaabaaajss (Bird Jesus), AA-J (Battery Jesus), AAAAAAAAA (The Fonz), AIIIIIIRRR (Air Jordan) and AATTVVV (All-Terrain Venomoth).|
|A comedian brainwashed by the Joker using the Mad Hatter's hat |
|The angered puck and the mascot of the Ottawa 67s junior hockey team. He attacks with slow, but powerful, charges, large chomps and strong punches. Not only is he a brawler, however, as he is also able to fire flaming pucks at people or freeze others with an ice rink shield.|
|A very clumsy squirrel who acts as the mascot of the Oops Convenience stores that are located throughout Ontario. Being clumsy, his special attacks are slower and weaker, but he makes up with this by having quick, combo standard moves. He is also able to throw acorns at opponents, though there is a small chance that he could drop it instead.|
|Scratch was the mascot of the Ottawa Lynx triple-A baseball team, prior to it's departure in 2007. Scratch is an extrovert, and often shows off his mascoting skills in flips and jumps that seem impossible for someone his size. He also attacks with scratches and baseball tosses, which can also, rarely, be on fire. Should he reach 999% at any point in the match, his attack power will double; referencing how the Ottawa Lynx won exactly 1000 games prior to their leaving.|
|Onigiri is a real-life Japanese snack, created out of rice with a seaweed wrap, sometimes filled with pickled ume, salted salmon and other salty treats. It appears as a strange enemy in Wrecking Crew '98, where is bounces around and can often explode, which matches its abilities in this brawl; utilizing exploding taiyaki, and large pocky sticks as weapons, and causing itself to explode when in dire need of assistance.|
|Another strange opponent from Wrecking Crew '98 is Onnanoko. She's just a simple little girl in the game, with nothing really making her stand out aside from how odd it is to see her. Onnanoko represents Wrecking Crew '98, utilizing the hammers, bombs and panels from the game in her moveset. She is also able to call upon Oyaji, a depressed man, and Dogu, an animated clay figure, to assist her, as the three of them, alongside Onigiri, were hidden opponents, and obscure ones at that, in Wrecking Crew '98.|
Rocket Robin Hood
Rocket Robin Hood
|Rocket Robin Hood lives in they "astonishing year 3000" on the New Sherwood Forest Asteroid, where he and his Merry Men lead a battle against the evil Sheriff of N.O.T.T. and other dastardly men. Or something. Rocket attacks with a futuristic laser pistol thing, and his electro-quarter staff. He can also call upon his other Merry Men for aid; being Giles (who attacks with a frying pan), Maid Marian (who clones Rocket's attacks, allowing for a sort of Rosalina & Luma approach) and Alan-a-Dale, who attacks with a futuristic bow.|
|The creator of the Kirby and Super Smash Bros. series, and the creative mind behind the Kid Icarus reboot, Sakurai himself joins the battle. He uses many attacks that originate from Kid Icarus: Uprising and Kirby, including Palutena's Bow, Dedede's Hammer or the Subspace Army troops. He is a powerful fighter, though is prone to random tripping when attempting to sprint and has calcific tendonitis in his right shoulder, causing him to gain more damage and have slower attacks as the fight progresses.|
Madoka Magica / Gundam
|Madoka Kaname is a magical girl who wields a bow that harnesses energy to create arrows of light in order to fight the witches that embody despair. HG Gundam AGE-1 Titus is a large robot designed to look like a bulky human being. Put them together, and you get Madoka Titus. Madoka Titus fights with pink energy, which is fired from her hands and her back. She can also use her supernatural powers in her punches, dealing much more damage than they normally should. However, having the Gundam's bulky limbs, she is quite slow and heavy, and easy to KO should she be dazed.|
Streets of Rage
|An old man cyborg guy thing from Streets of Rage 3, who never got any love because the other three playable characters were two '90's cool kids and an "attractive" young woman. He attacks with kicks, punches, the normal stuff that you do in side scrolling beat 'em ups. He can also propel himself forward using the jets on his feet, and his kicks can become a little hot because of them.|
Chef Mario & Yoshi
|The ever-famous plumber, Mario, and his green dinosaur buddy Yoshi. The two are staples in fighting games, whether they be Smash Brothers or Fighters of Lapis, they seem to be drawn towards brawls. Chef Mario attacks with various cooking utensils and his cookie shurikens, while Yoshi grants him quick transportation and a flutterkick recovery.|
|The unofficial mascot of some college football team called the Cardinals or something is some tree called the Stanford Tree. Obviously, an anthropomorphic cardinal was too mainstream for them. He attacks by throwing branches at opponents, and the cardinals that have a nest inside of him can act as quick, and powerful, projectile weapons. He can also barf up pinecone grenades. And before you ask, no, the mascot can not do any of these things in real life.|
|One of the founders of the Adamant Ditto Youtube channel that often plays various retro video games, Matt can be considered the leader of the group, as he is often the one to take control of the conversations and work on behind-the-scenes stuff. Matt attacks with the help of his favourite Pokémon, Magnemite, though he also borrows moves from other gaming characters, like Amy's Piko Piko Hammer or a Mario Kart. He can also throw buttons that feature a Yanma with a ∅ symbol running through it, referencing his hate for the bug Pokémon.|
|Spinni is a thief, who, like Birdo, has some gender issues. The Japanese version of Squeak Squad refers to Spinni as a female, while the American Mass Attack a male. He/she is a short and quick character who utilizes shurikens his/her attacks, though they don't do much. He/she also has a mechanical claw, which deals significant damage at the cost of a slow start.|
Spaceworld / Super Mario
|Like Mario and Yoshi, Peach is often drawn into battling other all-stars. While in most of her appearances, she is a slow character who relies on weaker attacks, like using Toad as a counter or throwing turnips at enemies, in this battle, she actually utilizes a giant Nintendo 64 controller as a spaceship, which she pilots. The controller, which hovers on the ground is able to fire lasers from it's cannons or lay down mines from behind. Peach can also eject from the controller, in which she utilizes her pink parasol as a sword. While significantly weaker than when in her ship, she is less likely to be a target due to being smaller.|
Zubora and Gabora
Legend of Zelda
|A pair of off blacksmiths that live atop Snowhead Mountain in Termina, Zubora and Gabora are an odd couple who do any odd job they can for rupees. Zubora, the shorter man, does little, mainly bossing the large golem of Gabora around. They fight using Gabora's large hammer, which can create electrical shockwaves and unleash small lasers from the hammer's head, that are similar to the shots that Link is able to fire from his sword in some of the 2D titles.|
Legend of Zelda
|A strange young punk guy who once hid from humanity in the Kokiri's Village, Grog, the Young Punk Guy, despises humans and finds them all disgusting. He attacks by commanding an army of Cuccos he "borrowed" from his sister, and hammers "borrowed" from his father. He also holds in his possession an "Odd Mushroom", which can be grown and used as a platform or shield.|
|The almighty Hercules, a god from Mt. Olympus. Or something. He served as an inspiration for Superman's design or something. I mean, look at his hair! Anyway, he attacks with punches and throwing large boulders at enemies. If he loses his ring, his strength dissipates, and his attacks become weaker, having him resort to throwing pebbles until it is found once more. He can also call upon his friends, Newton and Toot, to aid him in attacking as well.|
|Hello Kitty is a cat that wears pink and does stuff? Aside from having a roller skating game for the GameCube, a racing game for the Wii U, and being a toy line, no one is exactly sure what she does. Since there are various artworks of her in costumes, that is the origin of her moveset. She attacks with wizard magic, cowboy lassos, ballet kicks, table tennis stuff and roller skating.|
|Some black bird who was created by the same company that created Hello Kitty. Apparently he's a bird with attitude, and has a pet alligator named Pochi. Pochi aids him in battle, while he can also use his razor-sharp feathers as knives. Like Hello Kitty he also has various costume-based attacks, trowing meteor rocks from his astronaut costume, riding a motorcycle, creating musical shockwaves and can temporarily turn invisible with camouflage.|
|Janitor Caleb is the only janitor who appears in Pokémon Black and White and Pokémon Black 2 and White 2. Considering there are two janitors in the original, and only he returned, that's not exactly a big deal. He attacks with brooms and various cleaning supplies, and can call upon his Minccino to fight alongside him.|
Sumi, Quatchi, Miga and MukMuk
|Sumi, Quatchi, Miga and MukMuk are the four mascots of the Winter Olympic Games held in Vancouver in 2010. They work together as a team, with them switching out when a move is used. Sumi, the thunderbird, can throw his feathers or attack with the spikes on his hat, which emit electrical charges. Quatchi, the sasquatch, can charge opponents, and use a hockey stick as a sword. Miga, the mythical sea bear thing, can attack by throwing snowballs or use her surfboard/snowboard as a shield. Their "sidekick", MukMuk the marmot, is similar to Kirby, in that he chomps down on opponents, and can use burps to push away enemies.|
Wenlock and Mandeville
|Wenlock and Mandeville are the two mascots of the Summer Olympic Games held in London in 2012. Opposite to the four Vancouver 2010 mascots, they attack together, using sprint charges, javelin throws and the Olympic hammer throws. As they are said to have been made from the girders of the Olympic stadium, they are also able to morph their arms into sword-like appendages.|
The Cat From Outer Space
|Zunar-J-5/9 Doric-4-7, who goes by the Earthen name of "Jake", is an extraterrestrial being who resembles the primitive feline species of Planet Earth. "Jake" has telepathy and telekinesis, as well as the standard cat powers: he is able to jump, move quickly, and swipe with his claws. He can also pick up and throw small UFO-shaped discs at enemies.|
The Great Mouse Detective
|Coming straight from England is Ratigan, the James Moriarty of the Disney world. He mainly has his henchmen take up the offensive position for him; them being Felicia the cat, Bill the lizard, Bartholomew the mouse and Fidget the peg-legged bat. When he fights instead, he uses mainly physical attacks, with his cane as a bat, but that's about it.|
Phineas and Ferb
|The background character, Balthazar Horowitz, who is featured quite often in Phineas and Ferb, and given the nickname of the "Ballpit Kid". Balthazar attacks by throwing ice cream cones and ballpit balls at opponents. While these are ineffective, he can also use the Perry the Inaction Figure as a sword-like weapon, and the Fireside Girls cupcake logs as traps. He can also pogo-stick bounce atop enemies' heads.|
|The first boss in the original MOTHER game is a lamp possessed by a poltergeist. It may look harmless, but can attack with various lights; causing electric and fire damage to those hit. It can also SMAAAASH!! opponents into oblivion. The lamp is also able to use dolls as projectiles and shields, which the poltergeist inside it possesses.|
|Snit is an animated wad of gum with a television screen for his moth, which displays teeth. He looks kinda melted or something too, but that's the way he was made. He attacks with a microphone, referencing his time as the co-host for YTV's "The Zone" segments in earlier days. He can also throw exploding gumballs at opponents, or call upon his friend, PJ Phil (Phil Guerrero) to help him in battle.|
|Tin Star is some old SNES game that worked with the Super Scope. Tin Star is the protagonist of the game; obviously. He attacks with pistols that fire strange aluminum bullets, a lasso enhanced with metal, and can ride around the stage atop Aluminum's (his trusty steed) back. JHe can also get assistance from his sidekick, Mo Crash.|
Sir Topham Hatt
Thomas and Friends
|Sir Tophamm Hatt is the train conductor for the railroad that Thomas and his friends are a part of. While he appears in his "pre-CGI" form, and seems somewhat out of place in the game, Hatt is actually far from it. He can attack with top hat shurikens and exploding top hats. He can also call upon one of the tank engines to ram enemies out of the way.|
Anything With an Engine
|Jimmie Johnson is some guy who races in Nascar. Aside from that, he doesn't really have much to make him stand out...... You know, other than some really bad video game (published by Konami, no less) called Jimmie Johnson's Anything With an Engine. His attacks are based on the title of that game, and, as such, is very projectile-based; firing rocket toasters and rocket barstools at opponents, and being aided by rocket powered skateboards for recovery.|
|The three Mod-Souls created by Kiske Urahara in order to detect the vampire-like "Bount" creatures. Each of the Mod-Souls, trapped within their stuffed animal shells, use their unique powers in battle. Kurōdo, the rabbit-like creature, can mimic another fighter's moves and appearance. Noba, the tortoise-like creature?, can create wormholes that teleport others and is able to teleport himself around the stage. Finally, Ririn, the small bird, is able to create illusions of herself and other opponents in order to confuse her enemies. The three Mod-Souls can be switched out using the down special; which is the only move that Kurōdo is unable to mimic.|
Bob the Killer Goldfish
|Bob the Killer Goldfish is, as his name implies, an evil goldfish bent on conquering the universe. While he is utterly useless by himself, his giant, feline minion, Number 4, fights for and protects him in the battle. The player controls Number 4 most of the time, though the large feline is unable to recover, instead throwing his Goldfish boss to safety, where he simply watches those around him with fear. Number 4 attacks with rapid shoulder charges, kicks and spinning punches. He can also throw Bob's goldfish ball as a projectile, or roll it like a bowling ball to do massive damage.|
|A lot of superheroes are utterly useless. Tag, for example, can make people flock to, or stay away from other people. Squirrel Girl can talk to squirrels and eat bark. Arm-Fall-Off-Boy can..... rip his arms off. None of them are more useless than the Dogwelder, who welds deceased dogs to supervillains' bodies. While he may seem like a joke character, his blowtorch does massive damage, and his deceased dogs can still chomp down hard on opponents.|
|A rocking and rolling teenage inhabitant of Chub City. CASTRO (as it is written on the bottom of his shoe), can use his electric guitar as a sword-like weapon, and can fire electric bolts from his cell phone. He can also do somersault attacks and bouncing kicks that take advantage of his chubby frame.|
There are sixteen items in the game.
- Honedge (Pokémon) - Deals slight damage to the person that holds them over time, but can be used to slash at opponents to deal massive damage and knockback.
- Ring (Sonic the Hedgehog) - Holding a Ring halves the amount of knockback taken for a small period of time.
- Stomper Boot (Kirby) - Fighters can not attack, but the boot allows them to jump higher (and grants them an extra jump as players can double jump out of the boot), and deals damage to those that are landed on. It can also bury fighters.
- Fruits (Animal Crossing) - Slightly heal the fighter that eats it.
- Banana Peel (Mario Kart) - Trips opponents that run over it.
- Flashlight - Can cast light. Players shielding in the light have their shields deplete at a slightly faster rate.
- Hatchet (The Forest) - Can be used to chop at opponents, dealing damage.
- Tomato - Can be thrown to splatter upon opponents. Doesn't do anything, and serves as an aesthetic distraction.
- Ray Gun (Call of Duty) - Fires explosive green blasts that deal damage but little knockback. Can also deal recoil damage if the shooter is too close to the blast.
- Giant Pencil (SpongeBob Squarepants) - A giant pencil that can be used as a sword. Will break in half after it hits five opponents, becoming useless.
- Gold Hoe (Minecraft) - Can be swung like a sword. Meteor Smashes opponents that are airborne.
- Franklin Badge (EarthBound) - Lasts a short while, and while worn will reflect all projectile attacks.
- Bubbles - Allows the fighter to blow bubbles. The bubbles will instantly break shields.
- Shoes (Sonic the Hedgehog) - Increases the speed that the fighter that grabs it runs at for a very short time.
- iPad (Apple) - Distracts the person that grabs it because they can't live without their iPad or iPhone or whatever.
- Big Mac (McDonalds) - Can be eaten to deal slight damage to the person that eats it, and, if a player, will warp the screen to make it harder to play.
- The characters that appeared in this game were initially all exclusive to Owartta. The characters later made other appearances after their debut. They all later reappeared in Obsidian Warlords.