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AngryNoahs' version (2013)

Newest version

Infantry00's version (2013)


SpongeBob SquarePants

DoodleBob (or DoodleBoy as called by SpongeBob at times) was a crudely-drawn self-portrait of SpongeBob SquarePants that came to life.

DoodleBob's only appearance in the series was in the episode "Frankendoodle", where he was created when SpongeBob and Patrick found a special pencil from a human artist who accidentally threw it into Bikini Bottom while in a boat. Whatever is drawn with the pencil comes to life. When SpongeBob and Patrick realized this, SpongeBob drew DoodleBob, intending to fool Squidward. However, DoodleBob went hostile and SpongeBob erased him, but one of his arms remained and in the night he stole the pencil and redrew himself. DoodleBob attempted to erase SpongeBob with the pencil, but SpongeBob ultimately discovered that if DoodleBob comes in contact with paper, it seals him into the paper, so SpongeBob sealed DoodleBob into a book. He also appeared in the Nintendo DS game Drawn to Life: SpongeBob SquarePants Edition in which he takes over Bikini Bottom using another magic pencil.

In M.U.G.E.N, DoodleBob has been made by AngryNoahs and Infantry00.

Infantry00's version


DoodleBob draws himself into M.U.G.E.N with a custom gameplay style that uses various elements from other fighting games. While he has some moves that are faithful to the source, he also carries several unusual moves, with many of them being borrowed from Rugal. He has a custom A.I. that is very challenging.

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