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Geo Guy and Friends: Crazy Fight!
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N64 box art
Developer(s) "Balls"
Red Eagle Games (NDS)
Team Smash Fight & Co (Ultimate Edition)
Publisher(s) "Balls" (1996-2014)
Deep Silver (from 2014)
Designer(s) Geo G.
Engine GeoBob Engine
GeoBob Engine 2 (DS version)
Platform(s) Nintendo 64, PlayStation, iOS, Java Me
Released Nintendo 64:

NA October 13, 1996
EU October 29, 1996
JP November 2, 1996

PlayStation:

NA March 8, 1997
EU March 23, 1997
JP March 30, 1997

Nintendo DS:

NA November 21, 2004
JP December 2, 2004
PAL May 5, 2005

PC: INT October 13, 2006

Java Me And iOS: INT August 8 2015

Genre(s) Fighting
Mode(s) Single-player, multiplayer
Ratings ESRB: T
Media Cartridge, CD-ROM, Download

Geo Guy and Friends: Crazy Fight! is a fighting game developed and published by "Balls". It was released in 1996 for the Nintendo 64 and 1997 for the Sony PlayStation. "Balls" was going to port the game on the Sega Saturn and PC shortly after the PlayStation version, but both versions got ultimately cancelled, according to IGN.

GameplayEdit

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PlotEdit

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CharactersEdit

  • Geo Guy
  • Little Guy
  • Bloo
  • Homer Simpson
  • Bart Simpson
  • Crash Bandicoot
  • The Once-ler
  • Margo Gru
  • The Lorax (PS1 version only)
  • Toon Link (N64 version only)
  • P Pals (J2ME And iOS)

StagesEdit

  • Geoville (123 Geo's World)
  • 123 Greeny Phatom
  • Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends
  • Springfield
  • N. Sanity Island
  • The Lorax's home

RemakeEdit

Main article: Smash Fight

A remake titled Geo Guy and Friends: Crazy Fight! was released on September 6, 1999 in Japan. Later, it was renamed Smash Fight in North America.

GalleryEdit

Cover artsEdit

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TriviaEdit

  • Toon Link was originally going to be in the PlayStation version of the game, but was later removed due to potentially getting a copyright claim by Nintendo. He was replaced by The Lorax. If this would have happened, he would have been appeared in a PlayStation game, which no Zelda character has ever done.
  • The game's working title was Slam Fight.
  • Deep Silver retained distribution rights to Smash Fight games (Crazy Fight, Smash Fight, Smash Fight 2, Smash Fight 3 and Smash Fight 5) in a public auction. Because of continuous delays of Smash Fight 5 release, Deep Silver re-mastered the whole collection from Crazy Fight to Smash Fight 3, added and modified content with help of Team Smash Fight & Co and re-released the collection as Smash Fight Ultimate Edition.
Smash Fight
Geo Guy and Friends: Crazy Fight! (1996) • Smash Fight (1999) • Smash Fight 2 (2002) • Smash Fight 3 (2009) • Smash Fight 4 (2014) • Smash Fight 5 (2015) Smash Fight 6 (2016) Smash Fight ultimate Brawl (2017)

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