|Origin||Pokemon Gen I|
|Date of first public release||August 31st, 2013|
|Mugen Version||winmugen and 1.0 versions included|
MissingNo. is a notorious glitch Pokemon present in the Generation I of the games. It has been intrepreted into a custom MUGEN character by The_None in 2013. Contrasting the projectile-focused representation of the "character" by Mike, this version is a more physical trickster whose glitchiness is further emphasized with some of it's moves modifying a variable (or an entire set of them in it's Raging Demon equalivement) in it's opponents, which may have varying effects depending on the opponent.
To be elaborated later.
Some special moves have EX versions which can be performed for 1 power stock by performing a command with two button strengths.
- As MissingNo. takes it's appearance out of scrambled in-game data, the author represented that with the particular way he did the sprites. He drew the forms in really small pixel art and then enlarged the pixels and applied random patterns for each of the present colors. Said patterns were made by viewing with TileGGD on either the actual files of the author's other characters or on uncompressed zip files containing extracted sprites of said characters (this is especially visible in few cases like one of the frames of it's standing far fierce "punch" where the Rox Howard texboxes from Omega Tiger Woods' special intros are visible). Likewise, few of the sounds are made by using an audio program to read non-audio files of actual mugen characters.
- The Author initially wanted to release this character on April Fools of 2013 but suffered a few months delay. Kokesz took this year's April Fools spot.
- ↑ http://justnopoint.com/lbends/index.php?location=home&range=9 Angus released news post from July 2013, as well as the MissingNo. release news post