Battle Stadium D.O.N (バトルスタジアムＤＯＮ) is a Japanese crossover fighting game. The "D.O.N." in the game's title is derived from Dragon Ball, One Piece, and Naruto, the three manga series published by Weekly Shōnen Jump upon which the game is based.
Black & White Bushido is a two-tone, Japanese-themed fighter in which opposing sides use stealthy tactics to hide in areas that are the same colour as their characters.
Cartoon Network: Punch Time Explosion features characters from various Cartoon Network animated series battling against one another.
Cartoon Network: Punch Time Explosion XL is an upgraded port of the 3DS game. It adds eight new playable characters to the roster, seven new assist characters, five new stages, and additional gameplay modes. In addition, it features updated voice acting for some characters.
Digimon Battle Spirit (デジモンテイマーズ バトルスピリット) features characters and Digimon that were included in the first three seasons of the animated series of the same name in a somewhat simplistic fighting scenario, and also has slightly arranged samples of the show's soundtrack.
Digimon Battle Spirit 2 (バトルスピリット デジモンフロンティア) is a versus battle game, where one of the Human Spirit Digimon fights the other. Unlike most fighting games, the winner is not determined by having the most health, but the most blue or red "D-Spirits", which are released whenever the player strikes his/her opponent.
Digimon Rumble Arena (デジモンテイマーズ バトルエボリューション) is a crossover fighting video game developed and published by Bandai in association with Hudson Soft. Players are able to choose from up to 24 characters (fifteen of which need to be unlocked) from the Digimon Adventure and Digimon Tamers seasons of the Digimon anime, such as Terriermon, Agumon, Gatomon, and Renamon.
Digimon Rumble Arena 2 (デジモンバトルクロニクル) is based on the Digivolving techniques of Digimon battling it out in a battle royale and to see who is the strongest Digimon. The game features characters from the first four seasons of the anime: Digimon Adventure, Digimon Adventure 02, Digimon Tamers, and Digimon Frontier. Each one has their own special moves and "digivolutions", as well as slightly varying normal attacks and taunts.
DimensionsVS is a chaotic, action-packed platform fighting game supporting both online and local play, and is completely free to play. DimensionsVS is under constant development, with new stages, characters and game-modes being added with every major update.
Draglade (カスタムビートバトル ドラグレイド) is a fighting video game with music video game and role-playing game elements. The fighting system is different from other fighting games in that there are not a lot of directional inputs needed for moves. Instead, special moves are set by collecting "Bullets" and then activating them with the DS's touch screen.
Draglade 2 introduces the "Beat Drive" system, which is similar to that of a tug-of-war underneath the opponent lifebars. When your segment reaches the opponent's side, you'll get either enhanced stats or a temporary-machine super.
DreamMix TV World Fighters (Japanese: ドリームミックスTV ワールドファイターズ Hepburn: Dorīmumikkusu Tībī Wārudo Faitāzu) is a crossover fighting video game developed by Bitstep and published by Hudson for the Nintendo GameCube and PlayStation 2 in Japan on December 18, 2003. The game crosses over characters from Hudson, Konami and Takara including Solid Snake from Metal Gear Solid and Optimus Prime from The Transformers.
Duck Game is a 2D action video game that features shooting and platforming mechanics. The game has a simple premise, one hit and you are dead, last player standing wins the round, play to some target number of rounds. The game has several unique elements including multiple hats, a quack button, and a ragdoll button.
Dynasty Feud features a unique one-hit kill mechanic in which players form a "dynasty" of five different characters. The game features a wide variety of characters available in each dynasty.
Grabity is a fast-paced, physics-based arena brawler. Players take control of robots and use Grab guns to turn nearby objects into projectiles or shields as they battle it out in platforming arenas.
Indie Pogo is an indie crossover fighting video game developed and published by Lowe Bros. Studios. The game features characters and settings from more than 50 different indie games, such as Shovel Knight, VVVVVV, Teslagrad, the Bit.Trip series, and Freedom Planet. Unlike other fighting games, the primary gameplay mechanic of Indie Pogo is auto-jumping: characters landing on the ground or a platform will automatically jump back into the air.
Jump Super Stars is a 2D crossover fighting game for the Nintendo DS, based on Weekly Shōnen Jump characters. Koma (panel) is the term for the characters that the player can use in the game. There are three types of koma: help koma, support koma and battle koma. Komas can be collected and organized to unlock bonuses, characters and skills.
Jump Ultimate Stars is a fighting video game developed by Ganbarion and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo DS. Jump Ultimate Stars has been changed slightly from the gameplay of Jump Super Stars. Jump Ultimate Stars gives battle characters the ability to dash and to do a new attack while guarding, which, instead of breaking the guard of the opponent, forces them to change characters, and can be identified by a green glow coming out of the characters which executes it.
Kung Fu Panda: Showdown of Legendary Legends is a fighting video game based on the Kung Fu Panda franchise. It features voice acting from both the Film and TV series. As of 2019, the game is no longer available in digital form.
Megabyte Punch is a fighting/beat ‘em up game in which players build their own fighter. Parts have powers and bonuses such as gun arms for a shoot ability. The game features multiplayer battles.
Nidhogg is a fast-paced two-player duelling game where two players sword fight in a side-scrolling environment. Players can run, jump, slide, throw their swords, and fistfight. The player-characters sword can be held at three different heights: low, medium, and high, and changing the swords position to hit the opponents sword will disarm the opponent.
Nidhogg 2 is a fighting game in which two player duel against each other. The player has to reach the end of their opponents side first wins. Players have a variety of moves, including sliding and leaping. They can deflect their opponents attacks. Weapons, such as daggers, throwing knives and bows, as well as a character creator, are introduced.
Rumble Arena is a free crossover brawling game featuring legends and gods from history and the galaxy. It is one of the few Smashesque games available on Mobile.
Shovel Knight Showdown contains duels with up to 4 players who scramble after gems as their favorite heroic or villainous knight. Many Shovel Knight characters are playable, some even for the first time ever.
SkyScrappers is a classic arcade-style, vertically scrolling, competitive platform-fighting game. Players fight and race their way to the top of a falling skyscraper as it is being demolished.
Slap City is a streamlined platform fighter with characters and locations from the Ludosity universe. The game includes a unique, team-based Slap Ball mode.
Small Arms is a hybrid platform, fighting and shoot em up video game, featuring anthropomorphic animals and super-deformed people, with ranged weapons. Similar to Geometry Wars, the player controls character movement with the left analog stick, and aims weapons with the right analog stick, which allows 360-degree aiming. Each weapon has primary and secondary modes, which the player can use with the right and left triggers, respectively. The player can also make characters jump or dash with the face buttons.
Sonic Rivals 2 features platform gameplay similar to other entries in the series. Rivals 2 specifically contains an arena combat mode called Knock Out, in which each player starts with three rings. Players must knock all of the rings out of their opponent and then attack them to win.
Star Wars: The Force Unleashed 2 on Wii contains an exclusive multiplayer battle mode in which players can use various characters and abilities from the Star Wars universe to do battle.
Superfighters Deluxe is an action game that combines brawling, shooting and platforming in dynamic sandbox levels. Lots of weapons and gameplay systems interlock to create action-movie-like chaos.
Super Powered Battle Friends is a 2D indie platform fighter featuring hand crafted pixel art and a colourful cast of characters. The game features custom colours for each character and is built on Unreal Engine 4.
Tales of VS. (テイルズ オブ バーサス) is a crossover fighting game featuring various characters across the Tales video game series. The game takes the basic fighting engine from the main series of Tales video games, which is called the "Linear Motion Battle System".
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Smash-Up is a 2.5D fighting game game developed by Game Arts in cooperation with Mirage Studios. The game stresses interaction with the environment, and stages in the game feature traps, changes to the stage itself and interactive elements.
Viewtiful Joe: Red Hot Rumble, known in Japan as Viewtiful Joe: Battle Carnival, is a video game for the Nintendo GameCube and the PlayStation Portable. It is a slightly mission-based fighting/beat em up that uses a modified engine from previous games in the series. It featuring characters and powers from the Viewtiful Joe games and anime.