Doomsday Warrior (known in Japan as Taiketsu!! Brass Numbers, which is loosely translated to "Confrontation!! Brass Numbers") is a 2D sci-fi fantasy fighting game developed by Laser Soft and published for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in Japan (by Telenet Japan on November 20, 1992) and in North America (by Renovation Products on March 1993).
Players control one of the six members of the Doom Squad (a group of powerful, brainwashed warriors unwillingly serving an evil god) as that member comes to their senses and saves the world from their former comrades.
The game uses two attack buttons (which can be used with the Up button for high attacks) and dedicated jumping and blocking buttons. Similar to Deadly Moves, the game allows players to upgrade their characters after defeating each opponent (including punch and kick strength, special move strength, defense, and stamina). Along with the standard single-player Story Mode and two-player Versus Mode, the game includes a special version of Story Mode (called "Easy Mode") with easier opponents and no passwords.
- Sledge ("Hero of Earth", "The Brassy Hero" in the Japanese version)
- Layban ("Military Deserter", "Deserter Brasshat" in the Japanese version)
- Amon ("Heavy Metal King")
- Daisy ("Dancing Plant")
- P. Lump ("Fat Bomber", "Fatty Bomber" in the Japanese version)
- Grimrock ("Dizzen Lizard", "Beast Trooper" in the Japanese version)
- Nuform ("Living Liquid", known as LC-38X "Liquid Creature" in the Japanese version)
- Shadow (unplayable mid-boss and the game's mirror match opponent, "Left Hand of Evil", "Left Hand of God" in the Japanese version)
- Ashura (unplayable mid-boss, "Right Hand of Evil", "Right Arm of God" in the Japanese version)
- Main (unplayable final boss, "Magical Lord", known as DZ-Main "The Brazen God" in the Japanese version)