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250px-Clay Fighter Sculptor's Cut for N64, Front Cover
ClayFighter: Sculptor's Cut is an updated version of ClayFighter 63⅓, released as a Blockbuster Video rental exclusive in North America on May 15, 1998, both for the Nintendo 64. The same story and characters from the previous game remained, though now it had some additional features such as new characters, though some things, like certain character moves, were removed. It also featured Lockjaw Pooch, who was thought to be deceased.
Sculptor's cut characters

The character selection screen.

CharactersEdit

The characters and their final fights.

Good Bad / Neutral
Bad Mr. Frosty Sumo Santa 1 2
Blob Houngan
Taffy Zappa Yow Yow boys 1
Kung Pow Bonker
Lady Liberty T-Hoppy 2
Earthworm Jim Ickybod Clay 1
Boogerman Lockjaw Pooch

High Five

Dr. Kiln
1 Neutral characters. Edit
2 Characters that were on a different side previously. Edit

Differences from 63 1/3Edit

  • New supers for Ickybod Clay.
  • 2nd taunt for Kung Pow.
  • More hits for Taffy's super.
  • T. Hoppy's super hits 6 times.
  • New throw for Boogerman.
  • 4 new characters.
  • New Combo system.
  • Many special attacks removed.
  • New storylines.
  • Easier menu navigation.
  • New introduction sequence with vocal lyrics.

(Story)Chaos on ClaymodoEdit

Hidden deep in the oceans on the world of Claydonia lies the tiny isle of Claymodo, a lush, jungle-covered spot that has never been plotted on any map. It is here that the evil Dr. Kiln has set up his secret base, adding the finishing touches to his plan of world domination.

Meanwhile, our heroes were gently flying via jet plane to the Clayhamas, a vacation paradise that all have been looking forward to greatly. The recently-turned-good Bad Mr. Frosty, world-famous chef Kung Pow, master claymorphosist Blob, freedom-fighter Lady Liberty, and Taffy the "Candyman" were all enjoying their roasted peanuts and complimentary half can of soda, when out of the clear blue sky, a huge, purple meteor came screaming toward our ill-fated bunch and knocked their jet out of the air, causing them to crash onto the small island of Claymodo. Upon discovering Dr. Kiln's intentions, they immediately went on the crusade to stop the madman.

As the brave bunch formulated a strategy to foil the evildoers, Houngan, Dr. Kiln's evil scientist was working on his secret "world-domination-formula", when "Big Bessie" the huge meteor that nearly barbecued our valiant heroes, imbedded itself in the volcano that doubled as Houngan's secret lab with a thunderous crash. Unfortunately for Dr. Kiln, some of the radioactive goop that splashed off the enormous meteorite fell on Dr. Kiln's hand, and it immediately started to grow larger and larger; Dr. Kiln realized with horror that his hand had taken a life on its own. He had but one choice: sever the hand that was mutating into a new form.

Although Dr. Kiln's hand removal surgery (which was done with a chainsaw) was painful, he realized with glee that he could create a vast army of warriors with which to take over the world! Dr. Kiln's maniacal plans were to be cut short however-the hand now known as High Five was tired of always bending to Dr. Kiln's will and decided to join the fight against him. Dr. Kiln was not so easily foiled however. With the meteorite mutagen, he created his henchmen-Lockjaw, his loyal and sinister pooch, and Ickybod Clay, a yet-unknown type of clay specter.

When Bonker, a mischievous clown, caught wind of Dr. Kiln's dastardly plans, he immediately joined the evil Dr. Kiln's cause, wanting nothing more then to cause havoc on the world of Claydonia. The Zappa Yow Yow Boyz, the only natives to Claymodo, want nothing more then to get all of these crazy idiots off of their island. Who will win this glorious battle of good vs evil? Only you can decide the outcome!

-Taken from the Sculptor's cut manual.

Cheat CodesEdit

  • Play as Boogerman

Hold L and press B, B, C-Right, C-Right, C-Left and C-Right at the character selection screen while highlighting a ? Box or at the main menu.

  • Play as Sumo Santa

Hold L and press A, C-Right, A, C-Right, C-Down and C-Up at the character selection screen while highlighting a ? Box or at the main menu.

  • Play as Earthworm Jim

Hold L and press B, C-Left, C-Up, C-Right, C-Down and C-Up at the character selection screen while highlighting a ? Box or at the main menu.

  • Play as High Five

Hold L and press C-Up, C-Down, C-Left, C-Right, B and A at the character selection screen while highlighting a ? Box or at the main menu.

  • CPU Play

Hold L while pressing A, A, A, A, A, C-Up, C-Down, C-Left, C-Left, B, A, C-Right and then release L.

  • Debug Menu

Hold L while pressing A, B, A, B, A, B, C-Left, C-Right, C-Up, C-Right, C-Left and C-Right and then release L.


As a Nintendo 64 Game Edit

Because ClayFighter: Sculptor's Cut was only available as a Blockbuster rental, It is considered to be a rare game, but Blockbuster at is prime had 9.000 stores, with an average of two copies sums up to 18.000+ copies produced. It is hard to estimate, but workers have an even bigger production number of 20.000+, still a low production number but not the rarest indeed. A realistic figure would be around the 15.000 to 20.000 copies made. These copies were all sold to blockbuster costumers when moving to the next generation. The game by 2016 sells for an average of $250-$300 cartridge alone. A complete copy can be bought for under $3.000. (2016), the manual and box are considered rarer, mostly because blockbuster stores sometimes lost them or were in bad shape.

VideosEdit

Clay Fighter Sculptor's Cut Intro00:51

Clay Fighter Sculptor's Cut Intro

Video uploaded by Wiiguy07.

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