Toshiko Smackdown
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Toshiko Smackdown is a platform brawler to be developed and published by Toshiko Games. It brings together 20 Toshiko characters, as well as two Outsider characters and two LegendGames characters, to fight one another.


In Toshiko Smackdown, up to four players fight on screen using characters from various Toshiko franchises. Every character in the game has their own combat style and three Smack Attacks that can be unleashed when a meter reaches its full potential from landing attacks to obtain Toshiko Essence, which is used to score K.O.s. The fighting style plays similar to Nintendo's popular fightning series, Super Smash Bros. (this type of fighting game is known as a Mascot Fighter in certain circles). Blocking and rolling, as well as usage of items are also included.

Around 24 different moves can be performed with each character. All characters have four of each button move, with 4 on ground each and 4 in midair each as well (though despite some moves being aerial versions of a grounded move, some moves may actually a different attack in midair; one move may be different followups, and so forth). Also, the right thumbstick can be used to throw opponents (which cannot be blocked), but unlike attacking, and like attacking with an item, it forces Essence to be dropped by an opponent hit by the throw (though Essence gain doesn't happen on a connecting throw for the user).

Stages in the game are inspired by two different franchises for each stage. The stages will interact with the player by changing the landscape or posing a threat.

There is also system called the Infinite Avoidance System. Once a combo reaches a certain Essence threshold, this system activates. It breaks a character out of a combo into an invincible aerial state. This tends to vary for each character depending on their playstyle as a balance.

The game features a traditional single-player arcade mode, in which players must defeat several randomly-selected opponents, followed by a character-specific rival battle and, ultimately, a battle against the mode's main antagonist and final boss, The Great Mighty Spiral. There is also a story mode. Multiplayer modes include time-based matches, where players compete to achieve the most kills within a time limit, stock based matches, where players attempt to be the last one standing, and kill-limit matches, where players compete to be the first to reach a certain number of kills. The game also features a single-player challenge mode, in which players attempt to complete specific objectives.


The list of various modes in the game.

Single-Player ModesEdit

Multi-Player ModesEdit


One more to be added...

Character Series
Allen Stark Hero's Retribution
Anomaly-097 System Purge
Bio-Man Bio-Man
Blossom Goop
Color-Robo Color-Robo
Fidlak Jatede Redeem
Frogrump Goop
Frostbite Bio-Man
Gabe Landis Nightfall
Goop Goop
Jack and Spooks Jack the Reaper
King Grex Goop
Lee Hatake Brawl Legends
Shirtman Shirtman!
Skitter The Bigg House
Spiffy Spiffy
Survivor The Cloud
Tawnya Goop
T.E.D. Toshiko Games
Whalor Spiffy
Zookeeper Zane Zoo Palace
Zoom Minion Warfare

Possible DLC CharactersEdit

These characters are being considered as being added later as DLC (free for a limited time).

Character Series
Krackle Minion Warfare
Morpheon Meta Monsters
Vic Wolfe Nightfall
Woodrow Knock On Wood


More to be announced...

Stage Primary IP Secondary IP
Auda City Shirtman! Bio-Man
Battle Arena Meta Monsters Spiffy
Cloudy The Cloud TBA
Cojjhev \V/ Goop
Dojo Brawl Legends TBA
Floating game.exe Brawl Legends
Museum Jack the Reaper Nightfall
Ocean Abode Spiffy AndroRon
Petunia Forest Goop Zoo Palace
Ramshackle Flats Minion Warfare Special Place in Hell
St. Lawrence Nightfall The Bigg House
Zoo Zoo Palace TBA

Possible DLC StagesEdit

These stages are being considered as being added later as DLC (free for a limited time).

Stage Primary IP Secondary IP
Arboria Knock On Wood TBA


Item Series Type
Anastasia Minion Warfare Attack
Bansheep Jack the Reaper Hindrance
Bomb Jr. Goop Explosive
Capture Chronometer Meta Monsters Support
Chain Grave ​Jack the Reaper Attack
Chance Fruit Goop Support
Ethal's Syringe Nightfall Hindrance
Explosive Tag Brawl Legends Explosive
Helping Hand Toshiko Smackdown Support
Life Fruit Goop Support
Magic Opal Goop Support
Molotov Cocktail The Cloud Explosive
Party Sphere Spiffy Attack
Sledge Hammer The Cloud Attack
Spirit Bottle ​Jack the Reaper Support
Venom Grenade Bio-Man Hindrance
Zoo Tranquilizer Zoo Palace Hindrance


  • Toshiko Smackdown has gone through several name changes:
    • Goop Bash
    • Toshiko Bash
    • Toshiko All-Stars Bash
    • Toshiko Crash-Up
    • Toshiko Smackdown
  • Bio-Man, a character in this game, appeared in Brawl Super-Star Legends and its sequel, Brawl Super-Star Legends II.
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Toshiko Smackdown
Playable Characters
Allen Stark · Anomaly-097 · Bio-Man · Blossom · Color-Robo · Fidlak Jatede · Frogrump · Frostbite · Gabe Landis · Goop · Jack and Spooks · King Grex · Lee Hatake · Shirtman · Skitter · Spiffy · Survivor · Tawnya · T.E.D. · Whalor · Zookeeper Zane · Zoom
Auda City · Battle Arena · Cloudy · Cojjhev · Dojo · Floating · Museum · Ocean Abode · Petunia Forest · Ramshackle Flats · St. Lawrence · Zoo
Anastasia · Bansheep · Bomb Jr. · Capture Chronometer · Chain Grave · Chance Fruit · Ethal's Syringe · Explosive Tag · Helping Hand · Life Fruit · Magic Opal · Molotov Cocktail · Party Sphere · Spirit Bottle · Sledge Hammer · Venom Grenade · Zoo Tranquilizer
The Cruxsupra Saga · Training · Tutorial · Arcade Mode · Trial Mode · Character Customization · Smackdown Mode · Cash Cow Mode · Tournament Mode
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Toshiko Games
Goop (Series)
Goop's World · Goop's World 2 · Goop and Grex · Tawnya: Force of Nature · Minion Warfare · Goop: Full Throttle · Goop's Big World · Bing: Dimentia · Minion Warfare 2: Warmageddon
Anomaly Trilogy
System Purge · Carnem · The Cloud
AndroRon · Color-Robo · game.exe · Jack the Reaper · Kaiju Karnage · Redeem · Spiffy Party · Toshiko Smackdown · \V/ · Zoo Palace
LegendGames Entertainment
Brawl Legends (Series)
Brawl Legends: Shinobi Chronicles · Brawl Legends: Shinobi Reborn · Brawl Super-Star Legends · Brawl Super-Star Legends II
Elder's Legacy (Series)
Elder's Legacy: Dragonheart · Elder's Legacy: The Tale of Azrael · Elder's Legacy: Online
B.O.N.D. (Series)
B.O.N.D.: Battle for the Multiverse · BOND Legends
Agent 0049 Episodes
Item A-1 · The Halloween Sequel · Deep Undercover · Out of this World!
Meta Monsters (Series)
Meta Monsters · Meta Monsters II: Cosmic Aura · Meta Monsters III · Meta Monsters Online
LegendGames Entertainment
Legend Games · LegendGames: Sports Mix
Thrill of the Hunt (Series)
Thrill of the Hunt · Thrill of the Hunt: Survival
Avatar City · Block-Stars Studio · Blood Prophecy · Notoriety · OC Arena
Outsider Entertainment
Nightfall (Series)
Nightfall: Hell on Earth · Nightfall: Winterlong · Nightfall: Cryptic · Nightfall: Hellhound
Fort City (Series)
Fort City · Fort City 2: Search for the Sapphire Skeleton · Fort City 3: Terminus
Arcade Manager · Divided we Fall · Hooligans · Knock on Wood · Nations · NPC Simulator · Shirtman! · Slasher · Special Place in Hell · The Bigg House
Hero's Retribution · Bio-Man · Bio-Man 2 · Vengeance: The V-Rangers · Hero's Retribution 2 · Untitled Enzyme DLC Story · Bio-Man 3 · Untitled Holmes Siblings Game · Vengeance: Dawn of Oblivion · Hero's Retribution 3 · Blue Phantom: The Ghost Project · Hero's Revolution · Untitled Third Vengeance Game
TO World · TLO Universe
List of Hypothetical Titles - List of Scrapped Games
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