Ultra Fishbunjin 3000
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Ultra Fishbunjin 3000's artwork in Slap City.
First appearance Space Hunk (2013)
MG appearance(s) Fraymakers
Species Fishbun
Gender Male
Alignment Neutral
Created by Daniel Remar
Company Ludosity

Ultra Fishbunjin 3000, also referred to as simply Fishbunjin, is the secret final boss in Ittle Dew and a playable character in Slap City, and he appears as a playable character in Fraymakers.

Character description

Ultra Fishbunjin 3000 is an anthropomorphic version of a Fishbun, a common enemy in Ittle Dew that resembles a platypus with blue skin, dark blue fins, a yellow bill, and unexpressive eyes. Unlike a normal Fishbun, Fishbunjin is much bigger with a humanoid physique and large, heaving muscles. He is also incapable of speaking except through animalistic noises and gestures, though most people are capable of understanding them. He is encountered at the end of Master Cave, a dungeon in the right section of Fishbun Hills and the most difficult dungeon in Ittle Dew. When fighting, he jumps around the room and tosses powerful dumbbells toward Ittle Dew that bounce against walls and are immune to projectiles. He does not appear again upon being defeated, but a mechanized version of him named Ultra Mechabun appears in secret dungeons in Ittle Dew 2.

In addition to Ittle Dew, Ultra Fishbunjin 3000 has appeared as a cameo in multiple Ludosity games. His debut appearance was as an unlockable character in the game Space Hunk, where he sports more range and all pick ups are powered up. In Ludosity's crossover card game Card City Nights, he is a mute security guard who must be defeated to enter the final room. Most notably, he is a playable character in the crossover fighting game Slap City, where he is a large, tanky combatant whose attacks consist mainly of poses that body builders tend to make.

In Fraymakers

MG icon.svg Main article: Ultra Fishbunjin 3000 (Fraymakers)

Ultra Fishbunjin 3000's official artwork for Fraymakers.

Ultra Fishbunjin 3000 appears as a playable character in Fraymakers and is among the six characters initially revealed for the game. His moveset is based mainly on his appearance in Slap City, being the heaviest and most powerful character in the roster at the cost of a large frame.

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