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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Goten’s appearance as a child is a spitting image of Goku’s childhood look, including messy, unkempt hair, same eye color, lighter-pale complexion and a playful face. He also wears an orange gi similar to Goku’s, minus the kame symbol, along with a dark blue long-sleeved undershirt and black training shoes with dark blue shin guards in the Majin Buu Arc. Goten is known for looking almost identical to his father as a child, to the point when Goku first meets Goten he proclaims “I think there is a little me hiding behind your leg Chi-Chi!” This resemblance to his father is pointed out numerous times by other characters throughout the series, as well as in a few video games. His appearance drastically changes as he grows older, towards the end of Dragon Ball Z. Goten’s hair grew, so that he would not be mistaken for Goku and is seen with a shaggier hairstyle similar to Yamacha and also wears an orange gi similar to what Pan wears at the World Martial Arts Tournament.