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Cast

Cast overview:
Rob Paulsen ... Bonker (voice) (as Rob Paulsens)
Jess Harnell ... Bad Mr. Frosty (voice)
Charlie Adler ... Dr. Klin / T-Hoppy (voice)
Jeff Bennett ... Kung Pow (voice)
Dan Castellaneta ... Earthworm Jim / Boogerman (voice)
Jim Cummings ... Houngan / Sumo Santa (voice)
Tress MacNeille ... Taffy / Lady Liberty / High-Five (voice)
Frank Welker ... The Blob / Ickybod Clay / Lockjaw Pooch / The Zappa Yow Yow Boyz (voice)
Michael Buffer ... Announcer (voice)
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T

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

21 October 1997 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Clay Fighter 63 1/2 See more »

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Kung Pow's name is a reference to Kung Pao chicken, and a parody of Kung Lao from the Mortal Kombat series. See more »

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Great Game
18 August 2005 | by undead_featureSee all my reviews

I like the entire series of these games but this is the best entry. With returning favorites such as Bad Mr. Frosty, Blob, and Taffy it introduces an undeniable video game legend into the roster: Earth Worm Jim. The voice overs are hilarious and the music is pretty decent. The characters are sculpted well (it is real clay) but it might have been better if the backgrounds had some sort of clay texture instead of regular 3d. The goal this game is trying to achieve is to just get a laugh. It's not on par with Mortal Kombat or Killer Instinct as far as graphics and fighting moves go but I would much rather see these characters fight on top of a giant toilet (that is a level). Every special move is unique to the character, random stuff comes flying out of a character when hes hit, and Earth Worm Jim pulls it all together with his cameo. I suggest picking up this game if you liked the previous ones in the series or if you like it when that guy in MK3 yells "toasty".

8/10


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