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And I couldn't stop crying, something was missing
I realized I was in love with a voice, I called it, again and again
One Last FINAL: Over One (working title) is the final game Exotoro will make (chronologically and development wise). It is expected to meet completion sometime in 2015.
The game is not that different from the rest of Exotoro's portfolio, but it mostly features characters that existed before this game in some way in one or more of his games. The game could be described as a Umbrella, but more or less using elements from all of Exotoro's past work from Erased Memories to Fighters of Lapis to Exotoro's Adventure Time fan seasons to Super Smash Bros. Assemble to Doodleland (before the reboot to Doodleland Comics) to Fantendo: The Animated Series to even Fantendo Smash Bros. Mercury and Fissure (2014).
The theme for this game is Coldplay's O (Fly On).
The gameplay is split into three perspectives. In story mode, all three perspectives are available, while in other modes, these may be split up.
Single Player Modes
- Story Mode - One Last Final: Over One - Seen in the "episodes" section, the game is split into "episodes". For the most part the player has full control over each section, although there are a few cut scenes. This is the only mode to use all perspectives.
- Perspective: Battle - Like most of Exotoro's games, this is a fighting game in the vein of Fighters of Lapis or Super Smash Bros. Assemble.
- Perspective: Sandbox - Like in Grand Theft Gumball, there is a total of 10 worlds to explore. There are two additional options: Underdog or Freeplay.
- In Underdog, you start with either Gumball, Benson, or Prince Gumball and must work your way up in the various worlds.
- In Freeplay, you choose a crew of ten characters you have in the roster and head off doing whatever.
- Perspective: Race - Similar to Ruby Racers or Mario Kart Underground, you choose a character from the roster and a car and race against other characters. There are three options for this:
- Ruby Royale - All characters have a weapon to use in a battle race that they can use as many times as they want, as well as access to Xenomonolith Speed Gauges.
- Double Dash - Same as Ruby Royale, but with two people in one vehicle. If one is knocked out, the other person can revive them. The vehicles also now require twice as much power.
- Classic - You only get items from item boxes. Depending on what track you ride, you may have to float, drive underwater, or go through a underground passage with your drill.
Multiple Player Modes
The game's story is split into "episodes". There are a total of three "seasons" worth of episodes. The entire story will be told in episode descriptions, although for some episodes there might be a manuscript.
The story mainly follows Wii Fit Trainer and her adventures in the Exoverse. It follows shortly after the events of Fighters of Lapis 9 and the Mysterious Nine Project. Some episodes will adapt some of Exo's abandoned projects, such as R.O.B: The Movie, and the Fire Emblem Awakening Film Trilogy.
The general plot is that cracks in the Exoverse have begun popping up and everyone in the Exoverse is wondering what is causing them.
The cracks start showing up and Wii Fit Trainer and the Fighters of Lapis search for the source while crossing with a masked man, who Wii Fit Trainer finds oddly familiar.
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|001||01||The Second Law||Wii Fit Trainer discovers rips in the multiverse and decides to investigate, landing in the Exotendo universe where she meets Fly Mia and Gerudo Link. During this time, she finds out the cracks are happening all across multiple multiverses, starting with Exotendo and the Lapisverse as they are the oldest existing multiverses in the entire Exoverse. She also learns that the cracks were created by a mysterious man that appears to be more machine than man. After a quick fight, he vanishes into a ship that is heading into another crack.|
|002||02||Prison of the Soul||In a attempt to chase after the mysterious man, Wii Fit Trainer winds up in Purgatory Prison where she comes across spirits and the Lich. She comes across Billy, who helps her fight the Lich, but only succeeds in freeing him from purgatory. She does the same thing she did to the Lich and escapes the prison as well.|
|003||03||Genesis||Wii Fit Trainer discovers that the Lich is going to bring out the true Titans of the Lapisverse into the other multiverses to conquer them. She heads to the Grandtheftaverse to find Gumball and his crew, who are known for being able to kill the titans. The Lich begins his destruction in the Tangerine Universe, who recognizes Finn but notices he looks much younger than he remembers the last time they fought (in season 10 of Exotro's fan seasons). As the Titans approach Princess Bubblegum's castle, they are stopped by one thing: Raquna's shield.|
|004||04||Black Bridge||Wii Fit Trainer and Gumball's crew meet the Titans fighting the seemingly invincible shield of Raquna Sheldon. Wii Fit Trainer distracts them with a fitness ball while Gumball and his crew attack them. It soon becomes clear they will loose when suddenly a giant Titan Hunter appears and eats the Titans. The Lich becomes interested in the Titan Hunter, but he is eaten and the Titan Hunter jumps through a multiverse crack. Gumball and the crew have vanished as Wii Fit Trainer looks to see if they're okay.|
|005||05||The Grand Theft||Gumball and the crew have heard about a Sugar Pearl that is worth thousands in this multiverse, so they attempt to steal it from the Candy Kingdom's castle. With the banana guards mostly useless and the Gumball Gaurdians unaware, it's up to Peppermint Butler and Raquna Sheldon to stop them.|
|006||06||Cracks||More cracks are popping up and Wii Fit Trainer meets the Superiority Complex, a villainous group led by Vince MechMahon. The Superiority Complex use the cracks to open up a multiverse that should have never been open: The Parodyverse. As God Waluigi escapes, it's up to Wii Fit Trainer, Poopbutt, Bella Petals, and the Superiority Complex to put a stop to this anti-god.|
|007||07||777||Wii Fit Trainer and Homura argue for a bit before getting stuck into a repeating week loop induced by a hidden crack. They learn about the significance of 6, 7, and 17 as repeating numbers in the entire Exoverse and have to use those numbers to seal this time crack.|
|008||08||The Island, Part 1||Wii Fit Trainer finds herself on a prison island said to be impossible to be escape from. Gaining the assistance of some anti-heroes like Leah Needlenam and Zim, she sets out an escape plan. Meanwhile, Leah has other plans.|
|008||08||The Island, Part 2||Leah takes over the prison and converts it into a giant organ collecting site with Zim's help, with the prisoners either slaves or organ donors. Wii Fit Trainer learns about the true reason why Leah cares so much about X-Ray and takes her out of power.|
|009||09||Debutante||Wii Fit Trainer takes to space to find somebody that can fix the cracks. She finds Reese, who can supposedly fix them, but she comes across the mysterious man again, who in a heavily distorted voice, tells her the cracks can only be fixed by something called Irregular before disappearing. Wii Fit Trainer and Reese head back to the Lapis Headquarters, where she finds things are much different in a parallel universe where Homura is commanding the Fighters of Lapis.|
|010||10||We're All Going To Hell For This||Following the events of "I'm Going to Hell For This", Louie attempts to propose to Sydney, but things go awry when there's people bouncing out of cracks in the sky.|
|011||11||Uncrafted||Homura finds herself in a blocky world where everything is made out of cubes and squares and everything is perfect. She keeps getting flashes of another world, where things are curvy, which disturbs Blocky Homura. She eventually finds out this is a fantasy world she has founded herself in after playing Minecraft for many days straight. She must escape this fake reality and return to the real world if she ever wants to live out her life.|
|012||12||Garbage||Wii Fit Trainer and Sami find a universe full of unfinished ideas and concepts, which attempt to make Wii Fit Trainer and Sami into unfinished ideas as well.|
|013||13||Fire Emblem Awakening: The Masked Man||The action takes a break for a minute to display a live-action movie. More information can be found on it's page. This is one of the four full movies that is unlocked in the game. Every 13th episode in a season will be a installment of the Fire Emblem Awakening trilogy film series.|
|014||14||Final Oblivion||Wii Fit Trainer is trapped by Homura in Final Oblivion, where she finds Zak, Leila, and Hooly who are there for unknown reasons. They need to find a way and avoid being killed by whatever lives in those cracks.|
|015||15||Samus and Alex on the Run||TBA|
|018||19||The Mask is Off||TBA|
|020||20||When Everything Is Said And Done||TBA|
|021||21||We Come Undone||TBA|
With the identity of the masked man revealed, Wii Fit Trainer focuses on the cracks. Meanwhile, Unten leaves Zeon as it explodes, little does he know that Doomulus Grime and Zerita have escaped as well.
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|022||01||The Third Law||TBA|
|026||05||Here She Comes Again||TBA|
|028||07||Please, Palutena, Don't Let Go of My Hand||TBA|
|027||08||Invaders from the Center of the Universe||TBA|
|029||10||In Miami||Wii Fit Trainer finds herself in Miami, which currently under attack by the Lich and Doomulus Grime. She must help Ria and her sister Azucena get to safety.|
|034||13||Fire Emblem Awakening: The Masked Man||The second installment of the Fire Emblem Awakening Film Series.|
|041||20||R.O.B: The Movie Part 1||TBA|
|042||21||R.O.B: The Movie Part 2||TBA|
|043||22||She Depends On You||TBA|
|044||23||Strong Hand Guiding||TBA|
They find out what's been making the cracks.
All of the playable characters in the game, on all perspectives. All the characters have info for all perspectives (with the exception of perspective 3, as the vehicle matters more than the character although basic background is included.), super moves that can be pulled off in perspectives 1, 2, and 3 and a fatality that can be pulled off in perspective 1 and 2. They also have all their games listed, although some characters may be put in the characters section twice. These are not the same characters, it is merely noting all the games that character has appeared in (in all multiverses).
All characters are unlocked in a random fashion in 10 match/10 races/1 character token intervals.
Underwater Fungeon Locked Characters
These characters are DLC and super hidden characters that don't show up in character unlocking achievements. DLC characters are in green, while super hidden characters are marked in purple.
- This will rival Fighters of Lapis 6 as Exotoro's biggest game.
- Doodleland Comics is not represented, but Doodleland before the reboot will be. The only three characters confirmed to appear are Zak, Hooly, and Leila Metals, who were all popular characters under the Doodleland license (although Leila existed as part of Ella Metals, which Exotoro gained ownership of during 2014. Leila was known for her connections to Zak, which were prominent in a few roleplays and the canned Fantendo: Shattered Panes.)