|Author Name||Balthazar (sprites), Diepod (original character concept, some sprites, voice), Balmsold (some sprites), Johnny916 (coding)|
|Also converted by||Diepod (character concept) and Jesuszilla (coding) (Original version)|
|Origin||On-development White Eyes by Diepod|
|Gameplay Origin||Original (based off Street Fighter 3)|
|Date of first public release||June, 2014|
|Version||July 3, 2014|
|Mugen Version||Winmugen, 1.0|
SD Bluestreak is a super-deformed version of the Bluestreak character, conceived by Balthazar with approval of Diepod (who also helped with some animations and recorded new voices for the character that are higher pitched than the normal ones) with a little sprite help from Balmsold and coded by Johnny916. Its sprites are based off SNK vs Capcom: Match of The Millennium characters, though boasting more fluid animation and fully colorized, so it doesn't completely fall into that catagory. The gameplay is also divergent enough from the normal sized counterpart to be unique.
Though SD Bluestreak shares a lot of basic moves with his big brother, most if his special moves are new.
His gameplay is based off Street Fighter 3 (sharing the overall colission impact, speed, flow and sound effects), becomes its own brand by allowing more elaborate combo ability (jumping, standing or crouching strings are possible as well as launchers and a simple aircombo, for example), nixing EX Special Moves not using the different stocks for Supers (they are all Level 1's with the exeption of one Level 3 Super) and adding a unique featured called 'Super Parry' (it's basically a parry that can be performed as you are being pummeled, after at least 3 hits in, essencially being a combo breaker. It costs 500 superbar points). This Super Parry is performed by pressing Strong Punch and Strong Kick together. This unique brand of gameplay style hasn't been labeled yet.
One more unique feature SD Bluestreak has going for him, since he has electric powers, enemy's electric-based attacks (the ones that put you in a 'shocked' custom hitstate) actually gives him a little health back, rather then damaging him.
The animated gifs displayed in his Movelist feature SD Bluestreak in his color-seperated shades (hence the teal/green shirt).
- The included Readme includes a SNK vs Capcom Card Fighters-styled card sprite of SD Bluestreak made by Archell.
- Diepod originally wanted to record the voices for SD Bluestreak in a lower register (than regular Bluestreak), as a joke, before opting for a higher register instead.
- http://network.mugenguild.com/balthazar/char_bluestreakds.html Balthazar's Network page of SD Bluestreak (includes download).