Slap City Characters Ittle Dew - the problem solver! Possessing looted every island in view, Ittle continues her search for adventure in Slap Metropolis. Though proficient in fixing puzzles with her fists, she's equally good at solving people. Ittle is a nimble all-around character who caters to a variety of playstyles, using a sizable assortment of weapons and tools. The woman bombs have a somewhat long fuse and can be safely sent traveling with any attack, but the explosion will also hurt herself. Most of her moves are of average strength and speed, thus, making them simply perfect for combos, while her aerial raft move easily slaps off-stage oppositions to the abyss. Masked Ruby - the combo beast! The mysterious Masked Ruby come to Slap City to attain the fame and fortune he clearly deserves. Sadly, he's quite forgettable. Disguised Ruby is a close up combat master with several quick moves that allow him juggle his competitors through the air. His / her strong attacks on typically the ground are similarly speedy, making up for their lack of projectiles, in addition to his triple-jumping ability suits his various aerial shenanigans. You won't find a suaver swordsman this side regarding the block. Jenny Fox - the axe throwing lunatic! Jenny Fox went on a vacation to Slap Metropolis as part of the woman anger management. It seems to be working, as she deals with to be angry all the time. Jenny Sibel has a selection of moves ranging from reasonably nasty to downright horrifying. Having perfected the art of ax throwing, she may also shape them through the air for multiple hits. Like there wasn't enough reason to keep your distance, the girl also has its own incredibly powerful throws if she deals with to land a grab. Her only weakness might be her low flexibility - or it would have been had she not brought a collection of disposable skateboards. Ultra Fishbunjin 3000 - Are you serious? What? No, hold up. Are usually you kidding me? This specific can't be legal. Fishbunjin may look slow at first, but some of his attacks give your pet incredible momentum, while others are surprisingly fast. Though his alarming bulk makes him a sizable target, his weight also makes him or her harder to send flying. What's more, several of his moves let him go right through projectiles, attacks, and faces without even flinching. That's just not right. Princess Remedy - a deluge of love and projectiles Typically the healing princess of Saturn arrives in Slap City to heal the ill and knock some sense into the rest!   Though she moves slowly, Cure has a variety of projectiles and explosives at her disposal. Several of the woman attacks have a remarkably long range thanks to her magical abilities, and it works out that a heeled boot to the face damages. Of course, she has a few ways to heal her teammates as well. Business Casual Man - dressed to kill! Each day is business laid-back day. Buy? Sell? Why not take a vacation instead?   Business Casual Man is in demand of the company card and he's not afraid to utilize it. Some of his moves earn him or her money, which is utilized to make other moves more powerful or cancel into each other. Between shooting himself like an gazelle and having a break in his office chair, nobody gets through the workday quite like Business Informal Man - whatever his job is. Goddess of Explosions - Subtlety is for wimps! Guess what happens this game needs? A lot more explosions.   The Goddess shrunk herself in size to be able to look for challenging, nevertheless can't resist taking hazards and toying ready enemies. Some of her moves affect her impetus, and some project explosions from various distances, so the lady has to get care not really to overshoot her targeted. She even contains a projectile that becomes deadlier typically the more it's punched to and fro by herself and the other combatants. Continue Reading Slap City 0.8.7 Slap City 0.8.7 is up! General -Characters now use their entire body to parry shield, rather than most of their body being intangible during the parry shield frames -Added some more images to use in player nametags Stages -Added a new Slapball stage, Bumperbowl -Added a new song to Mecha Santa's Fortress -Fancy Ruins now has an alternate visual style that is used at random (not used in online matches) -Temple of Null now has an alternate visual style that is used at random (not used in online matches) Ittle Dew -Changed first few frames of Nair base knockback from 100 to 150 -Changed first few frames of Nair knockback gain from 2.5 to 2.0 Masked Ruby -Fixed faulty shield/parry shield hurtboxes -Gave Ruby a new victory pose for his default skin -Changed Fair/Bair close hit so it no longer pushes Ruby back, but instead induces 0.6 hitstun instead of 0.9 and 0.7 hitlag instead of 1.0 -Made the Fair/Bair sweetspot easier to connect with -Changed Dair base knockback from 0 to 5 (so Fishbunjin can no longer use his armor at 0 damage to ignore the knockback) -Changed the rapid hits of Finisher hitlag and selflag from 1.0 to 0.3 Jenny Fox -Changed Nspecial hitstun from 0.4 to 1.8 -Changed Nspecial hitstun deterioration from 0.013 to 0.05 per frame -Gave Nspecial a set knockback of 30 (instead of base knockback 100 and knockback gain 2.0) Ultra Fishbunjin 3000 -Fixed faulty shield/parry shield hurtboxes -Changed shield hurtbox size from 2.0 to 1.5 Princess Remedy -Fixed faulty shield/parry shield hurtboxes -Dair now behaves differently when hitting a grounded opponent by bouncing them straight up Business Casual Man -Fixed faulty shield/parry shield hurtboxes Goddess of Explosions -Added War Queen skin -Fixed faulty shield/parry shield hurtboxes -Fixed a mistake that made her Utilt use the Dtilt attack properties since version 0.8.5 (The mistake wasn't obvious until 0.8.6p1) -Dtilt now has a hitbox on the skirt one frame before the flame hitbox comes out that hits people hanging on the ledge ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Comments on the update General: Most characters had some mistakes in their blocking hurtboxes which made their feet or arms intangible, which is now fixed. We also made a slight change to how parry shields work - previously a character's body became intangible for the first few frames while they were blocking, and only by hitting the shield in the center of their body would a parry shield occur. Characters now use their entire body plus the shield itself to parry shield. Ittle Dew: The first few frames of Ittle's Neutral air now sends people a bit further at low damages but has the same overall knockback at high damages. This is so Ittle needs to intentionally delay her Nair more if she wants to easily combo someone with it, but she can still carry someone along with her if she already has that momentum into the opponent. Masked Ruby: The self-pushback when hitting someone up-close with Ruby's Fair/Bair felt like a cheap way to "fix" the move, so here's a different attempt - instead of a "close hit" knocking Ruby back, it simply has less hitstun than if he had hit with the tip of the sword. This does mean that he can end up inside the opponent who can retaliate if he messes up, so it's now slightly easier to land the sweetspot. After players have tried this for a while, we can decide which version of Ruby to keep. Ruby's default skin was also given a new victory pose that better suits him (his other victory pose is a reference to the crystals in Ittle Dew, and is still used by his alternate skin). Furthermore Ruby's Dair was very slightly tweaked so that Fishbunjin can no longer use his armor at 0 damage to walk right through it. Jenny Fox: It seems like people agree that Jenny's Neutral special axes are a bit too good and makes her too much of a zoner, so this is an experiment with reeling them in a bit to put the focus on the rest of her moveset. Her Nspecial axes now only cause a slight stagger instead of sending the opponent flying, like Ittle's bombs. Their hitstun also starts somewhat high and lowers the longer the axe has been out, but as usual it's not a good idea to use them at point-blank unless it was the delayed axe (which is used by holding the Special button and is still safe on hit). This means that Fishbunjin can walk through the axes with his armor, but it also means Jenny can use them to "reset" someone lying on the ground to force them to stand up. Ultra Fishbunjin 3000: The size of Fishbunjin's shield was quite ridiculous (it was more obvious with hitbox display turned on). It's smaller now. Princess Remedy: To make Dair a more interesting and useful move to use on-stage, it now knocks people straight up with fairly long hitstun if they're standing on the ground. An attentive Remedy can use this to combo into Bair or even Ustrong. Goddess of Explosions: There was a mistake that gave Goddess' Utilt the same properties as her Dtilt ever since she was released, which became obvious when her Dtilt properties were changed. It's fixed now. Her Dtilt now also has a brief hitbox along the ground so it hits people hanging on the ledge. Continue Reading