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  "Long live the Game Over!"

Game Over is a series of Fan Fics and other media created by supercomputer276. The original story was released on Lemmys Land on February 12th 2005.

The stories tell the tale of a small shady organization known as Game Over led by former Author Avatar SC. Most of his troops are solidified computer code. Together, they explore the many universes in existence, commit a few crimes (usually stealing a lot of cash, kidnapping cute young women to Brainwash into slaves, or Take Over the World), and basically have a good time. Until their butts get kicked by the resident good guys. Then they go back to their mountain lair in their own dimension and do it all over again.

The series is split into three different types of fic:

  • Main File: Super Mario Bros. Fan Fics, where the series started out. These are numbered in the order they happened.
  • Bonus File: Fan Fics of pretty much any other work besides Super Mario Bros.. The category with the most stories (made and pending).
  • Chronicles: stories where the Game Over or its operatives are the protagonists. May or may not be Fanfic.

All of the stories can be found between the author's home page, Deviant ART account, Smack Jeeves account, and Fanfiction.net account, all accessed from his Troper page.

Fictions that Game Over has stories in: Edit

Released:

Not Yet Released:

Non-Fanfic Entries Edit

Released:

Not Yet Released:

  • The Blank Canvas
  • Note for Note
  • Project Terraformer
  • Life's a Glitch
  • The Day the Worlds Fell Still

These lists may be incomplete.

The Game Over Ficton provides examples of: Edit

"Tell me: just now... did you feel God?"
—SC to Amazee, who just got deep-fried by Sparkz's lightning.

 Amazee: What're you doing, you idiot?! He can't stop! Now we're BOTH gonna get fried!

SC: Actually, no. I took the liberty of electric-cally insulating my fur, clothing, and equipment before I even left the mountain. In fact, the whole dodge routine was just to keep that secret until the last moment. I'm shockproof.

 Guard: I'm sorry, sir, but I can't let anyone in. This patient is very contagious and is under strict quarentine.

SC: Is that so? I never knew that being dressed in a scandelous nurse outfit and tied to a hospital bed was contagious.

 Kat: "Gocon 1?"

SC: Yeah, "Game Over Con" just sounded awkward.

 SC: Now listen up, Dayzee-girl, there's no way Sparkz could possibly defeat me, so save us all the hassle and turn him over to me before I start getting bored of this charade.

Amazee: Not on your life, pinky!! He's mine MINE MINE!! Why don't YOU save us all the hassle and DIE!!

 If there were two things that could be said about Coaltrain, they would be that he was a very strong and fierce opponent in battle, and that he had one weird sense of humor.

  • Ominous Multiple Screens: SC is quite fond of his bigger computers having multiple screens. The CET-XX itself has five.
  • Omniscient Morality License: The Authors. After all, they are writing a story, and sometimes bad things need to happen to good people.
  • Only One Name: SC, 666, and Sparkz; the first two are justified as SC thought up the names for himself and 666, and the other by most Pokémon (as a creature) characters having only one name anyway, even if not a Species Surname. Subverted with Calcutta Joe, who is often just called "Calcutta."
  • Only Sane Man: SC often feels like this when dealing with those outside the Game Over.
  • Ooh, Me Accent's Slipping: Most of the characters with accents do this due to the difficulty the author finds writing them, but Calcutta Joe's varies the most of all.
    • The level with which Elizabeth uses Elizabethan English often varies as well.
  • Our Doors Are Different: All Game Over facilities have metal doors that part down the middle and slide open and shut with a hydralic hiss. However, they are rectangular at least.
  • Painting the Fourth Wall: Outside cooresponding text color in webcomics, the text of the Game Over's Author is italic and orange where it's possible to have that option.
    • During Mushroom Bowl, Sparkz's text balloons were pink and wavy to indicate the state of mind control he was under due to Amazee. They returned to normal when the Red Flute was used.
  • Perverse Sexual Lust: in-universe; SC kidnaps girls from worlds that his birth world considers fiction (namely, ours) that he finds attractive for Brainwashing into slaves.
  • Play-By-Post Games: RPG Over: The Treasure Trek is the transcript of one of these. Same with Cave Roleplay, although that one's still in progress.
  • Playing with Fire: 666 the Fire Bro.
  • Post Modernism: We did mention the Authors, right?
  • Power Trio: Interestingly, SC has shown three different personalities / demeanors over the course of the series that match the trio.
  • Pragmatic Villainy: SC knows when it's worth it to commit a crime, or which worlds to have a criminal record in, and when it's not. For example, don't have a criminal record in the world where you perfer to do your shopping. He also won't bother worlds he has no interest in in the first place.
  • Pride: Amazee Dayzee. SC as well in the beginning, although he's getting better.
  • Psychic Block Defense: Another feature of the Cell Shades.
  • Psychopathic Manchild: As anyone that knows him will tell you, the only things SC had ever socially connected with are stuffed animals or his organic constructs (Sparkz, the only other "true being" in the Core Corps, being the exception, but the damage was done by the time he joined). This explains why tends to view kidnapping and Brainwashing girls akin to "collecting plushies." He has gotten a little better in this regard, though.
  • Puff of Logic: SC once tried to invert this by logically proving someone did not die in order to revive said person. It didn't work.
  • Pure Awesomeness: For the past several years, SC has been paying top Dino to obtain, a bit at a time, vast amounts of an eldrich substance of great versitile power, which he keeps in completely sealed vats (save the pipes in the top for drawing it out), and you cannot look at directly, period. The only thing indicated what this substance is or does is the giant label on the side of the vats: "PURE AWESOME." This stash is so secretive the Core Corps only found out about it by accident.
    • Current plans for a large space cruiser, the G.O.S. Galaxy, have the stash being used as at least part of the fuel supply and power generation in order to invoke Rule of Cool.
  • Put on a Bus: Galeforce, SC's Lakitu cloud that adapted Jay Gatsby's accent. Natually it disappeared once SC left his Lakitu form behind; Word of God now officially says that Galeforce now resides in SC's Mental World, as his consciousness started off as a fragment of SC's and it was reabsorbed leaving his Lakitu form. It's implied Galeforce's presense in SC's mind resulted in his more polite and calm demeanor. A portion of him may also the be the artificial intelligence that allows the Cell Shades to function independant of SC.
  • Pygmalion Snapback: SC's eternal nemesis in his harem-gaining plans. He believes his targets are better off being his obedient pet plushies than they are as free beings in their own homeworld (hypocritical as it is, given how much he values his own freedom); his targets and their friends (often including that world's hero) counter with how he has no right to make that kind of decision for her.
  • Rich Bitch: Amazee Dayzee. When she Brainwashed and kidnapped Sparkz, she paid off the authorities to scrap any launching device remotely near her seventy-fifth story penthouse so SC couldn't fling himself up to rescue him (on a side note, he took a third option and climbed up the side of the building, which she didn't expect him to do).
  • Robo Cam: SC's Cell Shades give him a green overlay of this for its main interface. The first version had the display on the lenses themselves; the second version uses its neural link to him to make him "see" it in his mind.
  • Rubber Man: Calcutta Joe, who can squish and squash his rubbery body and even pull his stubby arms in thanks to being a Batamon; he once escaped from a pair of handcuffs like this. However, his body has to remain rounded in basic shape.
  • Running Gag: Amazee's increasingly-Twitchy Eye during Mushroom Bowl. Right when SC reveals he shockproofed himself, it culminates in a *biggest twitch* that almost covers her entire left eye.
  • Second Love: SC is on number four with Elizabeth. The previous ones were Karma, Jinxy, and Shard.
  • Self-Deprecation: SC is not afraid to insult anybody, including himself.
    • When he was told that Sashara's government was considering monitoring him because of his ability to Create Life, he burst into laughter at the thought that anyone could consider him a threat. Granted, that was before he remembered he created Syzygy...
  • Sesquipedalian Loquaciousness: SC. He uses "excruciatingly" because he refuses to use "extremely" for fear of giving the wrong impression.
  • Shallow Love Interest: Elizabeth, at present. The author has a plan that'll hopefully fix that.
  • Shock and Awe: Sparkz the Raichu
  • Shout-Out: SC is particuarly prone to using references ranging from common knowledge to fairly obscure and expecting whoever he's talking to to understand him, even if he's in a universe where what he's referencing doesn't exist. From numerous examples, one of his Pre Ass Kicking One Liners (or it would've been if it hadn't been Cut Short):

 "Rosin up your bow, Johnny, 'cause all hell's gonna break loose in Georgia!"

 Kat: ...you built Shall?

SC: Yeah, I thought you knew. There's a Poison Mushroom emblem engraved in her CPU. Who else in the multiverse would do something like that?

 SC: Pfft. You and what army? (to himself) Already I know I'm gonna regret saying that.

  • zoom out to reveal SC's yard filled with a small army*

SC: (still to himself) Hello, Mr. Regret. Come on in. Would you like a drink?

 Elizabeth: Um... Sir Supercomputer, your head is on fire.

SC: Yeah, I noticed.

  • The Unfettered: No matter how many times he fails to Take Over the World or kidnap and brainwash a girl, SC always tries again (often usually on a different world).
    • He also has the tendency to be unnaturally calm in the face of many dangers, save a specific few. Especially when he thinks he can win.
      • Or escape intact, for that matter.
  • The Unintelligible: Larme can only speak in Game and Watch-style beeps.
    • Intelligible Unintelligible: SC and his other imaginary friends, as well as anyone else that can percieve him and understand "Bleepbloop," can understand him.
  • Villain Based Franchise: The Main and Bonus File stories.
  • Villain Protagonists: the Game Over in Chronicles stories, and arguably any time any of its operatives are protatonists ever.
  • Villains Out Shopping: The main plot of the short story Streamline follows SC as he goes grocery shopping in Onieplugmitt.
  • Was Once a Man: SC. Subverted in that he did it to himself, and while he could change back has no intentions to do so, ever.
  • Wave Motion Gun: The original story's MegaCannon.
  • Wham! Episode: A few of the stories are meant to shake things up in the Game Over canon:
  • What Could Have Been: Originally DC was going to be imprisioned inside Panchico.
    • Prior to its author joining Smack Jeeves, thirteen entires in the series were planned, all Super Mario FanFics:
      • File 3: Ice to See You Again had SC free and control an ancient genetically-created ice Birdo to take over the Mushroom Kingdom.
      • File 4: The Computer Conundrum was inspired by Tron and featured SC transporting himself and Karma into Cyberspace, and the Koopalings would have to team up with the employees of Wario Ware, Inc.
      • File 5: Rebellion had one of SC's creations suddenly go rouge and take over the Game Over. SC had to team up with the Koopas and Mario Bros to take him out, although it involved him performing a Heroic Sacrifice.
      • File 6: Ghost With the Most had SC suddenly return and try to resurrect himself. He eventually succeeds, although he still loses Karma.
      • File 7: Change of Heart had SC quitting the Game Over for a week to try and be a servant at Kastle Koopa.
      • File 8: Island Isolation has SC strand Karma on an island of Yoshis in order to test her leadership qualities.
      • File 9: The Clockwork Crisis has SC take over Clockwork Castle from Brighton and Twila to convert into a flying castle base to conquer the world from.
      • File 10: Dawn of the Demon required of SC to call another Enemy Mine on his enemies in order to combat DemonComputer, who had broken out and possessed Panchico.
      • File 11: Reverse Gears involved SC taking over Big Ben in the real world and rigging up a way to reverse time as a way to achieve immortality.
      • File 12: Double Bond has SC attempt to artificially forge a Metbond between him and Karma. The results are not pretty and it doesn't last.
      • Finally, File 13, which had varying subtitles planned such as Final File and An Endgame to Remember, where Bowser takes the initiative against the Game Over and the Koopa Klan attacks Mt. Majesty. SC dies for good this time.
  • What Is This Thing You Call Love?: DC claims to be unable to feel love due to being made up of anger.
  • Where's the Fun In That?: SC loves this phrase.
  • Wouldn't Hit a Girl: SC always tries to prevent exerting physical harm on ladies (likely because he doesn't want to bruise his to-be toys). However, any women who threatens him or his associates quickly finds out that disqualifies them, as shown in the Anti-Fusion short story:

 Zoe: *cough* What kind of man are you, attacking a lady like that?!

SC: You're quite mistaken, Zoe. I never attack a lady.

    • Calcutta Joe has the same policy.
  • Wrong-Context Magic: G.O. Wand magic usually remains constant across universes, even in realms where magic doesn't work the same way.
  • You Got Spunk: "Oh ho! A feisty one! My favorite! They're so much more fun to break..."
  • Xtreme Kool Letterz: Sparkz

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