This article is about a/an video game in Kamen Rider Ex-Aid.
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"Mighty Action X!"
―activation announcement[src]

"Gashat! Let's Game! Metcha Game! Mutcha Game! What's your name?! I'm a Kamen Rider!"
Level 1 transformation announcement[src]

"Gachan! Level Up! Mighty Jump! Mighty Kick! Mighty, Mighty Action X!"
Level 2 transformation announcement[src]

"A Gacha! Mighty Mighty Mighty Mighty Action! Mighty Mighty Mighty Mighty Action!"
Level 3 transformation announcement[src]

"Kimewaza! Mighty Critical Strike!"
―Gamer Driver finisher announcement[src]

"Kimewaza! Mighty Critical Finish!"
―Weapon finisher announcement[src]

"Kimewaza! (Word from other Gashat's name) Action Critical Finish!"
Gashacon Key Slasher finisher announcement[src]

Mighty Action X (マイティアクションX Maiti Akushon Ekkusu) is a 2D action-platformer video game created by Genm Corp.. It is also served as the basis for the Mighty Action X Gashat and well as its prototype.

Game DescriptionEdit

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Mighty Action X is a 2D action-platformer game starring a cartoon character named Mighty who uses power-ups to defeat his enemies while traversing through a city landscape with one of the bosses being a villain named Count Salty.


According to Genm's CEO Kuroto Dan, the game took 5 years to develop as it was delayed from its intended release in 2011. Many Genm fans waited for its release and gathered at its launch party to play the first working demo of the game, only for the Salty Bugster to ruin the event. I'm a Kamen Rider!

It is later revealed by Kuroto that the development delay of the game was caused by Zero Day, as the prototype of the game along with the other 9 games glitched and created a bug which evolved into the Bugster Virus. It took years to completely debug the first four games and get them and the Rider Gashats their data is based off of working. An Operation Called Dash!

Mighty Action CEdit

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The Mighty Action game series was already in development since at least the year 2000, when a young Kuroto Dan sent a game still in development known as Mighty Action C (マイティアクションC Maiti Akushon Shī) to a young Emu Hojo. This version of the game contained the earliest version of the Bugster virus, thus causing Emu to be infected, becoming patient zero of the Bugster virus.

Action GamerEdit

  • Kamen Rider Ex-Aid
    • Level 1 (Ex-Aid Episodes 1, "Tricks": Virtual Operations (Ex-Aid), Ex-Aid 2-7, 9, 10, Heisei Generations: Dr. Pac-Man vs. Ex-Aid & Ghost with Legend Rider, "Tricks": Kamen Rider Genm (Legend Gamer Stage), Ex-Aid 11-16, Kyuranger Episode 7)
    • Level 2 (The 100 Eyecons and Ghost's Fateful Moment, Ghost Episode 50, Ex-Aid Episodes 1, "Tricks": Virtual Operations (Ex-Aid), Ex-Aid 2-10, Heisei Generations: Dr. Pac-Man vs. Ex-Aid & Ghost with Legend Rider, "Tricks": Kamen Rider Genm (Legend Gamer Stage, Final Legend Stage), Ex-Aid 11-17, 19, 23, Kyuranger Episode 7, Ex-Aid 24, Chou Super Hero Taisen, Kamen Sentai Gorider, Ex-Aid 25, 26)
  • Kamen Rider Genm
    • Level 1 (Ex-Aid Episode 2, 6, "Tricks": Virtual Operations (Genm), Ex-Aid 8)
    • Level 2 (Ghost Episodes 49, 50, Ex-Aid Episode 2, 4, "Tricks": Virtual Operations (Brave), Ex-Aid 5, "Tricks": Virtual Operations (Lazer, Genm), Ex-Aid 7, 8, "Tricks": Kamen Rider Genm (Legend Rider Stage, Legend Gamer Stage, Final Legend Stage), 11)


Salty Bugster is a malicious Bugster who takes his likeness from Count Salty, having been created from the data of Mighty Action X.

Mighty Action X GashatEdit

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When the Gashat is activated, it reformats the battlefield into a Game Area and spawns brick-like boxes around the area, grounded or floating. These boxes can be used as solid platforms for jumping, or be broken for Energy Items. Ex-Aid has demonstrated the ability to make these boxes appear from thin air when he needs to jump higher, but it is unknown if these boxes were already hidden there, or spawned by Ex-Aid himself.

Proto Mighty Action X GashatEdit

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"Mighty Action X!"
―activation announcement[src]

"Gashat! Let's Game! Metcha Game! Mutcha Game! What's your name?! I'm a Kamen Rider!"
Level 1 transformation announcement[src]

"(Gachan! Level Up!/A Gacha!) Mighty Jump! Mighty Kick! Migh~ty Actio~n X!"
Level 2 and Level 3 Transformation Announcement[src]

"Kimewaza! Mighty Critical Strike!"
―Gamer Driver finisher announcement[src]

When activated, the Gashat reformats the battlefield into a Game Area and able to spawn brick-like boxes around the area. This Gashat is currently in possession of Kamen Rider Genm. When used in VR, the screen become black and white. According to Hiiro, Proto Mighty Action X was the origin of the Bugsters.

According to Dan and Parad, the usage of the Proto Mighty Action X Gashat and the other prototype Gashats have a side effect that makes the user more insane and lose morals, which also happened to Taiga since the first Zero Day and Graphite.


  • Mighty Critical Strike (マイティクリティカルストライク Maiti Kuritikaru Sutoraiku): Ex-Aid/Genm performs a series of kicks at the enemy.
  • Mighty Critical Finish (マイティクリティカルフィニッシュ Maiti Kuritikaru Finisshu)
    • Gashacon Breaker:
      • Hammer: Ex-Aid delivers a powerful energy smash to the enemy.
      • Blade: Ex-Aid delivers a powerful energy spinning slash to the enemy.

Real WorldEdit

Template:GameInfo As a means of meta-promotion for the Kamen Rider Ex-Aid series, Bandai Namco created an actual Mighty Action X game for the Nintendo 3DS. The game can be obtained from the Nintendo eShop via a download code from purchasing the game All Kamen Rider: Rider Revolution. The game was co-developed by Seventh Chord and Criware.


Players must traverse across the stage, defeating enemies and utilizing power ups until they reach the end. There are 4 stages in the game plus one bonus stage where players can become the black Mighty from the fictional prototype game.

Power upsEdit

  • Recover: Restores health
  • Speeding-Up: Boosts speed and agility
  • Muscular: Increases the power of attacks and fills the special gauge.
  • Confusion: A detrimental power up, Mighty becomes confused and the controls work differently.
  • Giant: A rare power up that allows Mighty to temporarily grow to giant size and destroy all the enemies on the screen in one attack.


  • B button to jump
  • A, B+A or B and Hold A and a direction on the joystick to do a Roll Attack. The Roll Attack uses up 1 of the collectible gummies as fuel every time it is used or drains them slowly if used for gliding. If the player has none, the ability cannot be used.
  • Y to attack
  • B and Y to do a Jump Attack
  • B and R Button to the Mighty Kick attack. Costs five gummies per use.[1]


  • Mighty Action X is based on classic 2D Side-scrolling Platformer adventure games such as Super Mario Brothers, Mega Man and Sonic the Hedgehog. Design wise he is very similar to Kirby and Ristar. Since the game's genre is a 2D side-scrolling platformer adventure, the game title is named after Mega Man X. Ironically on the way bosses are defeated is also a reference to Mega Man X boss fight defeats.
  • Proto Mighty Action X is the only Proto Gashat that is not black in general, but dark purple instead.
    • It is also the only Proto Gashat to have a colored picture, instead of a black and white picture like the others. The reason for these differences is to show that Proto Mighty Action X was a modified Gashat.
  • The Mighty Action X Gashat and the Proto Mighty Action X Gashat can be used to access Kamen Rider Ex-Aid Double Action Gamer Level XX without the Mighty Brothers XX. Kamen Rider Heisei Generations: Dr. Pac-Man vs. Ex-Aid & Ghost with Legend Rider
  • Like many older classic games, the console versions of Mighty Action X are possible ports of the Arcade version. The Paradox of Defeating M



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