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Dimensional Destruction
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Illusion Works Sept 2016
Illusion Works Sept 2016
Pacifico Logo
Genre(s) Fighting
Release Date(s)
Flag of the United States 2017.
Flag of European Union 2017.
25px-Flag of Japan2 2017.
Flag of Australia 2017.
Age Rating(s)
Trating2000px-PEGI 16.svg
Media Included Pacifico Application
...The dream was better than the reality...Reality can never live up to a fantasy so divine...
Initial quote

Dimensional Destruction (tentative title) is a crossover video game, with features of many different genres (including: Fighting, Hack N Slash, Strategy, Role-Playing, Fantasy, and lots more) detailing the events of a whole host of characters created by Solarrion (tbc) (as well as guest characters), from several different universes, as an intergalactic threat seeks to destroy everything and everyone in multiple dimensions.

The game holds many references to other games, including game play elements and game modes inspired by other games, to show the dimensions merging. The game is produced by Illusion Works, as well as a whole host of other companies, especially Square Enix, Electronic Arts and Blizzard Entertainment

For the time being, it has been rated "T" for Teen by ESRB, and "16" by PEGI, however this is subject to change when the final build of the game is presented to the rating boards. While the release date has been expressed as simply 2017, it is anticipated to be released during either Q1 or Q2 of 2017. It is being planned to be released exclusively on the Pacifico for a month, before being available on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo NX. There has also been rumours of a mobile game, but they have yet to be proven true. 

You can sign up any of your characters in the comment section to be used as "Guest Characters" in the game, as long as they have art I can use.


The story of Dimensional Destruction focuses on the overlapping of different universes and dimensions, which causes distress for a lot of the heroes.  After being split from all of her known friends, Liana meets a strange girl named Parvati, who seems to have suffered some form of Amnesia from the dimension split. The two decide that they need to figure out how this all happened, and put a stop to it. 

As they progress, they meet some familiar faces and some new faces, eventually forming an army to tackle the evil behind all of the destruction.


Dimensional Destruction's main game is inspired mainly from the "Fire Emblem" series, as well as other turn-based strategy games. The game features many different playable maps, designed around different environments present in the original games the main characters are from, where you explore and battle against varied opponents ranging in difficulty and ability. The game is quite a large game, and has many different stories that you can delve into, and is much larger than a standard title in the "Fire Emblem" series. There are many story branches to explore, as some maps may be exclusive to certain characters or some stories may have multiple endings and alternating paths.


Characters in Dimensional Destruction attack using two different methods, weapons and abilities. Weapons are collected during the game, with varying effects. Each weapon has a maximum amount of times it can be used before it breaks, so it is important to have a lot of varied weapons all of the time. Some weapons are even exclusive to specific characters. They are the main method of attacking, as abilities can only be used once per level with a character. 

Dimensional Destruction abilities

Every character has two exclusive abilities which they can use once per map. The first ability is unlocked for most characters upon them joining your team, however some require the first ability to be unlocked as the game proceeds. The second ability is always locked until story events occur which allow the character to learn the ability. Abilities for different characters can do different things, for example, some may attack enemies while others give stat boosts for the duration of the fight. 

Star Signs

Star Signs are another mechanic in the game. Every character, based on their birth month, are assigned to a Star Sign using the updated star sign assignments by NASA. Similar to how the Type effectiveness system works in the Pokemon series, damage will be increased/decreased based on the star signs of the two fighters. 

Please note, for now, this system uses the new order of 13 zodiac signs, as updated by NASA. Further information can be found online at your discretion.

Star Sign Characters Effective Ineffective
Capricorn (Jan. 20 - Feb 16.)
Aquarius (Feb. 16 - March 11)
Pisces (March 11 - April 18)
Aries (April 18 - May 13)
Taurus (May 13 - June 21)
Gemini (June 21 - July 20)
Cancer (July 20 - Aug. 10)
Leo (Aug. 10 - Sept. 16)
Virgo (Sept. 16 - Oct. 30)
Libra (Oct. 30 - Nov. 23)
Scorpio (Nov. 23 - Nov. 29)
Ophiuchus (Nov. 29 - Dec. 17)
Sagittarius (Dec. 17 - Jan. 20)


The Distrust meter is another mechanic in the game which affects combat. Characters will work better alongside other units which they are friends with, which you can see in the character profiles section of the menu. If a character gets along with another character which they are fighting alongside, then they will find it easier to protect each other from damage and to attack in coordination. However, if they don't get along, they will be less willing to protect each other from enemy damage and will not work together effectively. 

Game Modes

Story Mode: Darkest Days


Similar to other games by Illusion Works, Dimensional Destruction features a cinematic story mode. It prominently focuses on three different people, Liana, Parvati and Tess, as well as many other characters from the Ziama Prime universe. Many storylines will merge and interwine in this story. You can read the story here.


There are currently an unknown number of characters planned for the game, but only 43 have been revealed so far. You can click on their image to be taken to their page! (If it exists)

Default (43)





Update Log

  • October 01, 2016: Created the initial page, with 43 confirmed characters.
  • October 02, 2016: Expanded on gameplay, and the overall theme of the game.
  • October 04, 2016: Cleanup.
  • October 07, 2016: Development on abilities. 
  • October 09, 2016: Updated many different sections, added the gallery, updated logo, began updating roster images.
  • October 16, 2016: Finished ability names, updated the design of the table slightly and added a combat section.
  • October 24, 2016: Added the story mode, and other general updates/clean up.


  • This is the first game in the Ziama Prime timeline to feature other characters from other universes.
  • The game is planned to be very heavily built, as the creator wants the project to have as much content as possible. 
  • The project is planned to be finished before October 29, 2016, however this may change depending on any personal or professional issues which may occur during that time frame. It is highly unlikely this will be the finished date, due to the game now having a fully-fledged story mode.
  • The level of detail is deeper in this game, akin to Radioactive.
  • The game was initially teased through a glitching icon of Tess, which was added to the creator's website. It was also a teaser for a second project, which is currently cancelled.
  • The game was initially called "Dimensional Warfare", but this was changed during development.

Credits and Acknowledgements:

  • .snickedge (tbc): The main tables used for the game.
  • Fire Emblem: The main combat game play.
  • DESPAIR: The DISTRUST meter.


PROJECTS: Ziama Prime
Beorn to Die · Carpe Diem · DESPAIR · Diamond Days (Shimmer of Diamonds)· Dimensional Destruction (Darkest Days) · Dreamscape · Empire · Fantendo - Factions · Fantendo Dimensions · Fun House · Hymns of Helios · Hypnotic Shrines: Freaks of Nature · Hypnotize · Lemonade · Maui · Parvati: Written in the Stars · Queen of Liars · Sanguine Bloodshed · Sanguine Uprising · Silhouettes (Fading Silhouettes) · Shrines · Tessellate · The Temple of Paradise


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