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The Clayfighter series is what this wiki is all about.

Canon gamesEdit

ClayFighterEdit

In the first game, a clay meteor hits a circus and turns a bunch of the workers into clay figures. A tournament is held to see who would be the king of the circus.

Characters introduced:

C2: Judgement ClayEdit

Dr. Kiln (mentioned in the manual but not the real game) spreads some of the residue from the meteor around the town of Mudville to turn them into clay. He holds the Grand Master of Mudville Tournament.

Returning characters:

  • Bad Mr Frosty
  • Tiny
  • The Blob

Characters introduced:

ClayFighter 63 1/3Edit

A meteor hits Claymodo Island and a war breaks out between good and evil.

Returning characters:

  • Bad Mr Frosty
  • The Blob
  • Taffy
  • Icky Bod Clay
  • Hoppy (as T-Hoppy)
  • Bonker

Characters introduced:

Guest characters:

Non-canon games/updatesEdit

ClayFighter Tournament editionEdit

A re-release of Clayfighter.

ClayFighter: Sculptor's CutEdit

Since Clayfighter 63 1/3 was rushed, they released this game as a blockbuster rental.

Characters introduced:

Cancelled gamesEdit

ClayFighter III Edit

ClayFighter III was planned to be the launch game for Panasonic's M2 console. The game never saw the light of day due to the M2 being cancelled, but it's production was moved over to the N64 and PSX.

ClayFighter XtremeEdit

ClayFighter Xtreme was the working title for ClayFighter 63 1/3, and the original name was kept for the planned PlayStation release, but was cancelled because Interplay wasn't able to release it at the same time as the N64 version. If this would have happened, it would have been the first (and only) ClayFighter game to be released on the PlayStation.

ClayFighter: Call of PuttyEdit

An update of Clayfighter Sculptor's Cut for Wiiware and DSi. It was intended to be released in 2011, but was quietly cancelled.

Untitled ClayFighter 2016 Game Edit

Ever since 2009, ClayFighter: Call of Putty was generally assumed to be canceled, but on 2/28/15, Interplay announced a new ClayFighter title, though no real name was given to it.

On January 19th, 2016, a former staff member of Interplay who worked as a background artist came out to reveal that work on the project had likely ceased, mainly due to lack support and resources from Interplay's CEO.