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ClayFighter 2: Judgment Clay - Everything You Need to Know

Are you a fan of fighting games? Do you remember the classic 16-bit era when fighting games were at their peak? If so, then you may have heard of ClayFighter 2: Judgment Clay. This game was released in 1995 and was a sequel to the original ClayFighter game. In this article, we will take an in-depth look at ClayFighter 2: Judgment Clay and provide you with everything you need to know about this classic fighting game.


ClayFighter 2: Judgment Clay is a fighting game developed by Interplay Productions for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES). The game was released in 1995 and is a sequel to the original ClayFighter game. The game features a unique cast of characters, all made out of clay, and utilizes a 2D side-scrolling fighting system.

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The gameplay of ClayFighter 2: Judgment Clay is similar to other fighting games of the time, such as Street Fighter II and Mortal Kombat. The game features a 2D side-scrolling fighting system, where players must defeat their opponents using a variety of punches, kicks, and special moves.

One of the unique features of ClayFighter 2: Judgment Clay is the ability to morph into different forms during gameplay. Each character has their own set of forms, which can be accessed by performing a specific move during gameplay. These forms provide the player with different abilities and moves, which can be used to gain an advantage over their opponent.


ClayFighter 2: Judgment Clay features a cast of 12 unique characters, each made out of clay. These characters include:

Bad Mr. Frosty


Blue Suede Goo


Dr. Kiln

Earthworm Jim



Ickybod Clay

Kung Pow



Each character has their own unique moves, special moves, and morphing abilities. Players can choose their favorite character and compete against the other characters in the game.


ClayFighter 2: Judgment Clay features several different game modes, including:

Tournament Mode: Players compete in a tournament against the other characters in the game.

Vs. Mode: Two players can compete against each other in a one-on-one battle.

Training Mode: Players can practice their moves and special moves in this mode.


The soundtrack of ClayFighter 2: Judgment Clay was composed by Brian Luzietti and features a variety of upbeat and catchy tunes. The soundtrack has been praised by fans of the game and is considered to be one of the highlights of the game.


ClayFighter 2: Judgment Clay received mixed reviews upon its release. While some critics praised the unique characters and morphing abilities, others criticized the game for its simplistic gameplay and lack of depth. However, the game has gained a cult following over the years and is considered to be a classic fighting game of the 16-bit era.


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