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When explaining what other games can or can't be added to the Fazbear Fanverse Initiative in the future, POPGOES creator Kane Carter revealed that Scott Cawthon was against mature and illegal content like vulgar language, sex, and drugs appearing in anything related to Five Nights at Freddy's. As such, it was unlikely that games like Dayshift at Freddy's and Five Nights at F***boy's would be added to the Initiative. He also revealed that Scott tries to avoid the usage of copyrighted material, and unfortunately, several fangames use content taken from already established IPs or real-life restaurants. This meant that games like Jolly and Jollibee's, Five Nights at Treasure Island, Five Nights at Wario's, and Five Nights with Mac Tonight were all out of the picture due to all of them using copyrighted characters.
Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl
All of the competitive stages in Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl are - with one exception - inspired by stages from the Super Smash Bros. series:

•Jellyfish Fields, from SpongeBob SquarePants, is based on Smashville, introduced in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.

•Harmonic Convergence, from The Legend of Korra, and the post-update version of Royal Woods Cemetery, from The Loud House, are based on Final Destination, introduced to the multiplayer stage lineup in Super Smash Bros. Melee.

•Sweet Dreams, from Garfield, is based on the frozen version of Super Smash Bros. Melee's Pokémon Stadium, introduced officially in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, but popularized by fan projects such as the Super Smash Bros. Brawl mod Project M prior.

•Irken Armada Invasion, from Invader Zim, is based on Battlefield, introduced to the multiplayer stage lineup in Super Smash Bros. Melee.

•Rooftop Rumble and Sewers Slam, both from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, are based on the hazards-off version of Smashville introduced in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, with Sewers Slam - originally intended as a casual stage but adopted into the competitive stage lineup - containing a goop hazard somewhat resembling the wind from Smash 64's Dream Land.

•Duck, Duck, Pie!, based on The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius is based on the hazards-off version of Super Smash Bros. for Wii U's Kalos Pokémon League, introduced in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

The exception to this pattern is Tremorton Joyride from My Life as a Teenage Robot, which is based loosely on Delfino's Secret from the Super Smash Bros. Brawl mod Project M.
Contributed by Wario Wario Wario on September 23, 2023
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
Attachment In 2016, a post was uploaded to Tumblr responding to a post claiming that "there is nothing wrong with Yoshi" by jokingly accusing Yoshi of committing tax fraud, which would become a running gag within Nintendo fan circles, and eventually a meme in 2018 with the bait-and-switch YouTube account SiIvaGunner posting soundtracks from a fake Yoshi Commits Tax Fraud game.

It would be discovered after the meme's peak of popularity that in 2011's Fortune Street, Yoshi is the only character in the game who asks to be exempt from paying taxes when a tax office is built. This means that while Yoshi is not guilty of committing tax fraud, he does attempt to commit tax evasion.

In October 2019, the Nintendo Versus eSports account posted a Super Smash Bros. Ultimate highlight tournament featuring Yoshi, and titled it "This Yoshi is no fraud", seemingly in reference to the meme.

The meme of Yoshi evading his taxes would also inspire the Turnip Boy series of games.
Also Appears On: Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion (Game), Fortune Street (Game), Yoshi (Franchise), Turnip Boy (Collection)
Contributed by Wario Wario Wario on September 23, 2023
Amanda the Adventurer
The game features an unused sixth hidden tape called "Herd of Mouth with Wooly the Sheep" that can only be accessed by exploiting the game. However, the tape is entirely comprised of Wooly sitting at a table while occasionally making minor gestures for ten minutes, suggesting that the tape was added purely to mess with exploiters.
Throughout the "Game Shows" episode of the animated series "The Mr. Men Show", the sounds that are made whenever Sonic collects and loses rings can be heard several times.
Contributed by CuriousUserX90 on September 18, 2023
Franchise: Donkey Kong
Attachment Although King K. Rool's motivation for stealing Donkey Kong's banana hoard has never been officially confirmed, two theories have been brought up by former Rare employee Leigh Loveday: either K. Rool steals them because he likes bananas, or he wants Donkey Kong to starve to death so that K. Rool can occupy his treehouse.

The former theory is backed up by the instruction manual for Donkey Kong Country stating that the Kremlings steal the bananas for their rich nutritional value in potassium and Vitamin A, and by artwork drawn by Steve Mayles on Playtonic Games's Twitter page, which shows K. Rool sitting next to Gruntilda from Banjo-Kazooie on a pile of bananas while reading a book titled "101 Banana Recipes."

The latter theory is only supported by the game DK: Jungle Climber where K. Rool mentions how much he despises bananas.
Contributed by NintendOtaku on September 18, 2023
Annoying Orange: Kitchen Carnage
Attachment Annoying Orange: Kitchen Carnage contains files related to toasters and burners, implying that they may have been extra appliances to kill fruit with in the game alongside blenders, cutting boards, and fans.
Sonic the Hedgehog
Attachment The appearance of Longclaw in Paramount’s Sonic the Hedgehog films is reminiscent of the tiles that resemble an owl's head in the Labyrinth Zone from the original Sonic the Hedgehog. In fact, the first film's opening scene features the tile design engraved on a rock as an Easter egg, further hinting at the connection.
Also Appears On: Sonic The Hedgehog (Franchise)
Contributed by NintendOtaku on September 17, 2023
Franchise: Mario
Attachment In the 2023 film "The Super Mario Bros. Movie", Mario and Luigi's family are prominently featured. This includes:

• Their Father, voiced by Charles Martinet (and bears a resemblance to Talon from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time)
• Their Mother, who previously appeared in "The Super Mario Bros. Super Show!" and is voiced here by Jessica DiCicco
• Uncle Arthur, voiced by John DiMaggio
• Uncle Tony, voiced by Rino Romano (and was coincidentally mentioned in live-action segment "Glasnuts" from the TV series "The Super Mario Bros. Super Show!")
• Aunt Marie, who's presumably married to Uncle Arthur
• An unnamed niece, who's most likely Marie and Arthur's daughter, being a first cousin once removed that's referred to as a "(second) niece"
• An unnamed grandfather, who's implied by the co-director Aaron Horvath to previously have been a boxer and wears an outfit similar to Luigi in the 1983 commercial for the Atari ports of Mario Bros.

Interestingly, all of the credited voice actors for the family are all of Italian descent to stay true to the family's Italian heritage.

According to Shigeru Miyamoto, the design of the family were based on character design sheets that former Nintendo illustrator Yoichi Kotabe drew decades before the film began production.
Contributed by NintendOtaku on September 17, 2023
Klonoa: Door to Phantomile
Attachment Early concept art (released by Hideo Yoshizawa) depicts Huepow as a flame monster eating an enemy alive and throwing out its lifeless corpse and the Moos as werewolf-like creatures. This art suggested that the game was originally going to be somewhat darker and more action-oriented than the final game turned out to be.
Diddy Kong Racing
Attachment A promotional e-mail from Conker the Squirrel in 2004 to promote the release of Conker: Live & Reloaded has him talking about his career. When talking about his first appearance in 1997’s Diddy Kong Racing, he states:

"Things were different back then, you know, I was different - it goes without saying that you wouldn't catch me hanging out with any of those freaks these days. Last I heard at least one of 'em was in jail, anyway."

On May 18, 2012, a Q&A on the Rare Mini-Scribes answered a question about what their beloved characters do when their not in a new game, to which they responded "Where do the characters go between games? Well, they’re all off having crazy adventures too expensive and asset-heavy to adapt into game form … Except for Bumper the badger, who’s in jail."

On October 6, 2021, Rare’s official Twitter account provided another update in response to this piece of trivia being headlined on the Super Mario Wiki, stating that Bumper is currently on parole and is "superficially sorry for all those bad things he did."
Also Appears On: Conker: Live & Reloaded (Game)
Contributed by NintendOtaku on September 12, 2023
Mad Dash Racing
An uncredited Charles Martinet voices a few of the characters in this game, including Gex. Fans believe the likely reasons for being uncredited was the game's crude humor and the similarities of some characters’ voices to Luigi, as Nintendo likely wouldn't appreciate hearing crass dialogue coming from Charles’ Luigi voice in a non family-friendly Xbox game.
Attachment In the episode "Anne Theft Auto" of the animated series "Amphibia", Anne and Sprig get chased by enormous hedgehogs, one of whom resembles Sonic the Hedgehog with its blue fur and reddish paws. On top of these similarities, this episode aired on June 24, 2019, one day after the 28th anniversary of the release of Sonic the Hedgehog.
Q*Bert was originally able to shoot projectiles out of his nose, but this was scrapped in the final game. Co-creator Jeff Lee has said that, while he's unsure if this change enhanced the gameplay or not, he likes how the lack of offensive capabilities gives the character the personality of a "sympathetic plucky noser" who survives "by his wits and dexterity", particularly with the hindsight of how violent video games would become in the decades since.
Conker's Bad Fur Day
Attachment According to page 111 of the official Nintendo Power Player's Guide, Conker comments about Banjo & Kazooie being on the cover of Nintendo Power, stating that he will never be in the magazine's cover. This statement turned out to be true; as of Nintendo Power's final issue published in 2012, Conker never did appear on the cover of the magazine.
Conker's Bad Fur Day
Attachment According to page 74 of the official Nintendo Power Player's Guide, Conker refers to Rodent as "Private Milquetoast". Whether this is Rodent's actual surname or not, Milquetoast is slang for a meek or timid person, which describes Rodent’s personality.
Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest
Attachment Wrinkly Kong's official art depicts her reading a book. The first page is an advertisement for the game reading:

Diddy Kong Quest
is the best game
in the world.

Look out for more
[illegible] games from

The second page has a recipe for "Grammy's Worm Pie", which states:

Take one ugly worm
Squash it underfoot
Half-bake in oven
Add groovy gravy
(Don't expect to sell
many, as worms are
very unpopular.)

This is a reference to the Earthworm Jim franchise, which previously took a jab at Donkey Kong Country in its Sega CD port of the game.
Conker's Bad Fur Day
Attachment On page 32 of the official Nintendo Power Player's Guide, Conker states "I am sooo scared. I just want to say to Berri’s mum…I'm sooo sorry. This was all my idea. This was my project." This is a reference to the 1999 film "The Blair Witch Project".

Also on this page is Conker's last will and testament, which includes giving his collection of Gor books (referencing the novels by John Norman), novelty pint glasses and "squirrely mags" to his friends at the Cock and Plucker. The rest of Conker's possessions are left to Berri, unless she takes up with another weasel.
Conker's Bad Fur Day
Attachment According to page 14 of the official Nintendo Power Player's Guide, Conker states that although things didn’t work out between him and Jugga, she apparently gave her loincloth to him, which he uses as a sleeping bag.
Conker's Bad Fur Day
Attachment According to page 7 of the official Nintendo Power Player's Guide, Conker mentions that Banjo's stuffed head was bought by the owner of the tavern from "some witch". Not only does this reference Gruntilda from the Banjo-Kazooie series, but it also could be referencing the fact that Chris Seavor, the voice of Conker, is also the voice of Gruntilda.
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