|Interests:||Fangame development, music, socializing, working out|
JudgeSpear submitted Super Mario RPG MIDI files to the Videogame Music Archive in the late 1990's to the early 2000's under the username Alluro. A number of these MIDI files have been used in various MFGG fangames over the years.
JudgeSpear was known for his work using the MUGEN fighting game engine starting in mid 2006. Prior to developing that project, he got into fangame development with a top-down arcade style shooter called Xeno Fighters, made in Multimedia Fusion v1.2 in 2003. In late 2007, he discovered Hello's Hello Engine 3, which was used to make Mushroom Kingdom Fusion.
During his MUGEN days and Mushroom Kingdom Fusion's peak popularity, JudgeSpear was known to be very combative and hypersensitive to criticism to anything he did. Most critics were brought down swiftly with drawn out tirades, and he always needed to get the last word in. It got to a point where JudgeSpear was considered egotistical over the lucky success of Mushroom Kingdom Fusion.
What is he up to now?
JudgeSpear has since mellowed out, coming out with reaching an epiphany in late 2014 that finally made him repent how he was acting on the internet. He now maintains a low profile on the internet, focusing on improving his real life while taking time to interact with people in both MFGG and another community he is a part of, Fusion Gameworks.
- Mushroom Kingdom Fusion (2008-2014) - Cancelled.
- Super Mario Fusion Revival (2010-)
- Xeno Fighters R (2008-)