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Ninja Pirate Zombie Robot

Culture concept

A hodgepodge of various Cool Things in same setting where one would generally not expect to see them together. Essentially a fake crossover.

53
games
24
platforms

The first video game about Ninja Pirate Zombie Robot was released in 1993.

Interplay, Warner Bros. Interactive and Ubi Soft has published most of these games

To qualify for this, make sure the setting has at least 3 of the following: supernatural (e.g. demons, fae, or such), ninjas, pirates, vikings, undead (zombies, vampires, ghosts), robots/cyborgs, aliens or extradimensional beings, mutants
... depending on the included things the required number of elements may rise to 4 (e.g. aliens, robots, and mutants being in same game is hardly thematic breaking); qualifying with unlisted things can be done, though they are lesser examples of this concept.

Undead should not be able to cover both supernatural and undead category alone, even if they cross over in that (vampires and ghosts tend to do this).

The tag name comes from Kingdom of Loathing which seems to have popularized the concept itself somehow.

See also: crossover (when characters or things from separate established settings are thrown together)

Parent group

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Platforms

Windows 8
SNES 4
iOS 4
N64 4
MS-DOS 3
GBA 3
Mega Drive 3
PS 3
Linux 3
GBC 2
Nintendo DS 2
Saturn 2
Amiga 1
Mac OS X 1
Dreamcast 1
Mega-CD 1
Game Gear 1
Amiga AGA 1
Master System 1
Wii 1
GB 1
Wii U 1
3DS 1
Android 1

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