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Category: 'Arcade Game'
Mace: The Dark Age
Size, Animal
One of the fighters named Taria has a finisher that turns her opponent into a chicken. Another of the fighters, Namira, has a finisher in which she shrinks her opponent by kissing them and putting her unfortunate tiny opponent into a bottle after she kicks him/her into the air into her hand.
Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes
Gender, Female
Spiral (from X-Men: Children of the Atom ) returns, albeit as a time-released character (or secret character if you're playing the console character), with her morphing attack where she turns into different characters - male and female - with each hit, the last being Dr. Doom!
Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes
Gender, Size, Mechanical
When you beat the game, you receive a special ending depending on the character you use. ===Gender=== This is a surprising TG ending I found playing with Lilith, a secret character. She's the result of sexy female demons Lilith and Morrigan being fused. When we reach the ending, Li ...more
Mortal Kombat 3
Mechanical, Animal
===Animal=== In the game there is a finishing move called aminalailty which you turn into an animal and kill your opponent. The fighters each have an animal they can turn into. Dragon, Cobra, Rhino, Hawk, Shark, Skunk, Orangutan, scorpion, penguin, cat, etc) each may be small but they will be bigg ...more
Mortal Kombat I, II, III
Gender, Male
Shang Tsung, sometimes playable, sometimes the main villain, can turn into any of the other fighters in the game, including any of the female characters.
Explanation of the category 'Arcade Game'

A game that is played at an establishment, public area, etc., that can be played by a customer(s) for a fee. This game is like a video game in that it incorporates the use of computer-generated video, rather than text, to lead the player(s) through the game. The difference between the two is that an arcade game needs a special console that is not cheaply or readily available to home consumers.

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