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Mugen is the 2d graphics engine that allows you to create fighting games in the style of Street Fighter, King of Fighter and others, created by the software house Elecbyte back in 1999, with the C programming language.
Thanks to Mugen you can create your own fighting game style, customizing it 100%, inserting the characters you prefer, the stages related to each character, the entire graphic interface, in short, the entire game is totally customizable.
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Pinkie Pie, full name Pinkamena Diane Pie,[note 2] is a female Earth pony and one of the main characters of My Little Pony Friendship is Magic. She is an energetic and sociable baker at Sugarcube Corner, where she lives on the second floor with her toothless pet alligator Gummy, and she represents the element of laughter. Pinkie writes and performs many songs, and she is the source of many of the show’s comical and cartoonish gags. She is called Ponka Po in some merchandise.
Lauren Faust was inspired to create Pinkie Pie by her childhood toy G1 Pegasus pony, Surprise. The previous Pinkie Pie is a G3 pony whose coat is pink, with a lighter shade of pink for her mane and tail, and her cutie mark is three balloons with curved strings. Faust had published concept art of the G1 pony Surprise which was developed into the current Pinkie Pie. Hasbro published a recolor of the image in their “Style Guide for Pinkie Pie”, complete with Pegasus wings. Pinkie Pie ultimately remained wingless, with an exception in The Cutie Re-Mark – Part 2, and her wings were given to Fluttershy, who was back then an Earth pony called Posey, and merchandise eventually gave the name Surprise to a member of the Wonderbolts. She shares some personality traits with the G1 pony named Clover.
According to Lauren Faust, she “used to have a ‘power’ of sorts when she ate too much candy”, which she called a “Sugar Rush”. She’d plow through doors in a fit of speed, which would cause the Cakes to have to replace their front door on a weekly basis.