An Among Us Fan Made A Bunch Of Anime-Inspired Kill Animations (VIDEO)
Despite going chiefly unnoticed during its first two years since it was released, Among Us has quickly garnered an insane amount of popularity, rivaling that of Fall Guys and some of the other choice titles gamers have been drawn to since the start of the pandemic. Now that the title’s popularity has built up some steam, fan creations have begun to pour out for Among Us, including a series of anime-inspired kill animations that look perfectly at home among the other, more ‘subtle’ assassinations.
Twitter user @Landonardough recently released two different videos showing off various anime-inspired kill animations for Among Us. Part 1 contains loads of anime references, ranging from One Piece, to Naruto, to JoJo, all the way to Demon Slayer. Check it out below:
I made anime kill animations for Among Us pic.twitter.com/tbWkFac0vH
— Landonardo (@Landonardough) September 27, 2020
Not enough? The creator didn’t seem to think so either, as a few days later they came out with an official Part 2 showing off more anime-inspired Among Us kills. I’ll admit I don’t recognize all the references, though some of them involves Yu-Gi-Oh!, Attack On Titan, One Punch Man, an unfortunate reference to Full Metal Alchemist, and a straight-up Death Note montage. It’s everything we never knew we needed! Check out Part 2 below:
I made anime kill animations for Among Us – PART 2 pic.twitter.com/u3oxiuOTCh
— Landonardo (@Landonardough) September 30, 2020
The creator is currently looking for ideas on what folks would like to see in Part 3 of the video. Those looking to make a request should do so right here. Among Us is now available for PC, Android, and iOS.
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