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Nintendo Union (title subject to change) is a crossover game featuring a huge variety of Nintendo characters, both new and old, famous and obscure. The gameplay is an unique mix of action, platforming and RPG.

Gameplay

The game is in 3D. The characters all share basic actions such as moving around, jumping and attacking. However, these actions vary greatly from one character to another. The characters all have their own running speed, jumping distance and moveset. Some can also jump more than once while in the air, and some can fly. Their moves include four basic combos (the amount of hits also varying) and up to three special moves. They can level up as well. Depending on the level they reach, they can either get a +1 boost to a stat, a choice between a +2 boost to a stat and a new special move, or a choice between two different special moves. If a move isn't chosen, then it can still be learned in subsequent level ups. The level cap is 100. Characters can be hit up to three times. Items can be found on certain stages, either lying on the ground or hidden in objects such as chests and ? blocks. Some, such as the Super Mushroom, give temporary boosts, while others, such as the Beam Sword, give completely new attacks. Enemies have varying amount of HP and different moves. They may also have weaknesses, resistances and/or imunities to certain elements.

Story

Coming soon.

Characters

Character Name Series First Appearance Description Base Stats Unlock Method
Mario Union
Mario Super Mario Bros. Donkey Kong (Arcade, 1981) It's-a-him! Of course, you can't have a Nintendo crossover without Mr. Videogame himself! He puts his jumping skills and power-ups to great use, having a really varied moveset. Attack: 3
Defense: 3
Speed: 3
Jump: 3
Available from the start.
Luigi SSB4
Luigi Super Mario Bros. Mario Bros. (Arcade, 1983) It's-a-him! Of course, you can't have a Nintendo crossover without Mr. Videogame himse-oh, wait, that's not him. Oh well, he's still pretty cool, right? Attack: 3
Defense: 2.5
Speed: 3
Jump: 3.5
Peach union
Peach Super Mario Bros.  Super Mario Bros. (Famicom/NES, 1985) Don't judge her just because she's wearing a fancy dress. This lady knows how to protect herself! For some reason though, it seems that she doesn't do that most of the time... Attack: 2.5
Defense: 2.5
Speed: 2.5
Jump: 4.5
Bowser union
Bowser Super Mario Bros. Super Mario Bros. (Famicom/NES, 1985) Bowser may be considered a bad guy, but despite that he often plays sports with Mario and co., and even helped them in some of their adventures. And this game is no different. Go figure... Attack: 5
Defense: 5
Speed: 1
Jump: 1
Yoshi union
Yoshi Super Mario Bros/Yoshi's Island Super Mario World (SNES, 1990) Mario's trusty pal has been here since the SNES days! Wait... is he the same one from Super Mario World? They all look the same, so it's hard to tell... Attack: 3
Defense: 2
Speed: 3
Jump: 4
Wario union
Wario Super Mario Bros./Wario Land/WarioWare Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins (Game Boy, 1992) He'll destroy everyone in his path with his garlic breath, chomping and farting powers! Yup, that's Wario! Could anyone possibly be more gross than him? Attack: 4.5
Defense: 3
Speed: 2
Jump: 2.5
Donkey kong union
Donkey Kong Donkey Kong/Super Mario Bros. Donkey Kong (Arcade, 1981) He's the leader of the bunch, you know him well, he's finally back to kick some tail, his Coconut Gun can fire in spurts, if he shoots ya, it's gonna hurt! Attack: 4.5
Defense: 3
Speed: 2.5
Jump: 2
Diddy kong union
Diddy Kong Donkey Kong/Super Mario Bros. Donkey Kong Country (SNES, 1994) He's back again and about time too, and this time he's in the mood, he can fly real high with his jetpack on, with his pistols out, he's one tough Kong! Attack: 2.5
Defense: 3
Speed: 3.5
Jump: 3
Link union
Link The Legend of Zelda The Legend of Zelda (Famicom/NES, 1986) Hyrule's hero has had many incarnations over the time: this one is based off the adult Link from Ocarina of Time, Twilight Princess and Skyward Sword! Attack: 3.5
Defense: 3.5
Speed: 2.5
Jump: 2.5
Available from the start.
ZeldaSSB4
Zelda The Legend of Zelda The Legend of Zelda (Famicom/NES, 1986) The princess of Hyrule has many incarnations as well. This one is based off the one in Twilight Princess! She may be slow, but her magic powers really help her. Attack: 3.5
Defense: 3
Speed: 2.5
Jump: 3
Samus union
Samus Metroid Metroid (Famicom/NES, 1986) Attack: 3
Defense: 3.5
Speed: 2.5
Jump: 3
Kirby union
Kirby Kirby Kirby's Dream Land (Game Boy, 1992) This cute little marshmallow has a surprisingly big stomach! He can even swallow his enemies to defeat them! Isn't that awesome? Attack: 3
Defense: 1
Speed: 3
Jump: 5
Available from the start.
Dedede union
King Dedede Kirby Kirby's Dream Land (Game Boy, 1992) Attack: 4
Defense: 3.5
Speed: 0.5
Jump: 4
Fox union
Fox Star Fox Star Fox (SNES, 1993) Attack: 2
Defense: 2
Speed: 3.5
Jump: 3.5
Pikachu union
Pikachu Pokémon Pokémon Red/Green (Game Boy, 1996) He's the most famous mouse in the world! Okay, maybe not. But he's definitely the most famous Pokémon! Pikachu is the perfect proof that something can be both cute and devastating. Attack: 3.5
Defense: 2.5
Speed: 3.5
Jump: 2.5
Available from the start.
Bulbasaur union
Bulbasaur Pokémon Pokémon Red/Green (Game Boy, 1996) One of Red's starter Pokémon. He was owned by Professor Oak when he was a trainer.
Charmander union
Charmander Pokémon Pokémon Red/Green (Game Boy, 1996) One of Red's starter Pokémon. He was owned by Professor Oak when he was a trainer.
Squirtle union
Squirtle Pokémon Pokémon Red/Green (Game Boy, 1996) One of Red's starter Pokémon. He was owned by Professor Oak when he was a trainer.
Mewtwo union
Mewtwo Pokémon Pokémon Red/Green (Game Boy, 1996)
Captain falcon union
Captain Falcon F-Zero F-Zero (SNES, 1990)
Ness union
Ness Mother/Earthbound Earthbound (SNES, 1994)
Marth union
Marth Fire Emblem Fire Emlem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light (Famicom, 1990)
Pit union
Pit Kid Icarus Kid Icarus (Famicom, 1986)

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