User review spotlight: Carmageddon (DOS). Released in 1997.
Richard tries kick me
Michael can use tornado
Throw Duck King
Michael has bad day
...After this power fist
Japanese title screen.
Choosing your fighter
Choosing an area
Battle in a cafe
Player select in 1P mode
Hey, you became bigger!
Battle on a beach
Battle in an amusement park
Fighting in a house
Title screen (Japanese version).
Select your difficulty level and fight on!
"How To Play" screen: learn the basic commands here.
Only 3 characters are available: Terry Bogard (where the cursor is), Joe Higashi (in the left) and Andy Bogard (in the right).
Where is your 1st fight? It's your next choice!
Terry throws your Power Wave in Duck King. Different design!
Joe Higashi's tornado damaging the opponent.
Great! The enemy was defeated in full rain!
This is the short moment where the winner humiliates the loser: the perfect hour to brag itself! :-P
Seated in its armchair, Geese Howard observes each fight intently, waiting the "H hour" to attack...
Press the A Button quickly to increase your strength and complete the Bonus Area!
Your score will be very thankful if you rank some many PERFECTS...
Hanging itself in a candelabrum is a good option to avoid fireballs.
Raiden is the adversary now: bigger size not means bigger power, OK?
Learning a helpful move.
Hitting the opponent with Terry's Crack Shoot is cool!
Doing a throw when the adversary
Ranking "Best Players" screen with default scores and Terry Bogard seeing a big tournament poster.
Demonstration fight, with Andy Bogard using a potent elbow move.
Terry's Burn Knuckle was connected with success!
Joe Higashi's walking sweep.
Now the muscled old-timer will need some medical cares in the shoulder... :-p
The jeep cushioned the impact in the "H" hour, boy...
Fighting in the rain again, why not?
Fighting with a friend: extra help always!
Billy Kane is very tough to defeat: he possess very fast moves and some times, indefensible!
The revenge against Geese Howard begins!
Character Select. You only have the limited availability of three fighters to choose from this year: Terry Bogard, Andy Bogard, and Joe Higashi.
Richard Myer attempts to jump out of the way of getting hit by Terry Bogard's Power Wave.
Intro, Terry Bogard arriving in a SNK taxi
"DEMONSTRTAION"... good 'ol SNK and their engrish
This version comes on 4 floppy disks, just to access the options menu you need to insert Disk D... jeez
Fighter selection: Joe Higashi, Terry Bogard and Andy Bogard
Up against Richard Myer in Pao Pao Cafe
Michael Max would retire after the first Fatal Fury game, though he did make cameo appearances in some later titles
Getting punched in Sound Beach, both fighters have shadows but it's constantly flickering so it's impossible to capture in static shots
Tung Fu Rue can become a giant muscular version of himself and fire a projectile
Arm wrestling bonus round
Fighting Duck King in West Subway
Introduction. The story behind the game (note that this game is not officially part of the King of Fighters series)
Select your mode of play
The options menu
Select your fighter. Only three fighters are available
You can select the location (and opponent) of your first fight. After that the computer makes the choices
Michael Max uses his tornado-uppercut against Andy Bogard
Round 1: Duck King attacks with a move remniscent of Blanka from Street Fighter 2
Round 2 of the same fight. Note how the background has changed; this battle takes place in the evening instead of the afternoon
Bonus game after your second fight. Hit the tires
Andy Bogard vs. Richard Myer
Behind the scenes an interested Geese Howard follows your progress (Champion Battle)
I didn't know the Hulk had a grandpa. At some point during the fight the old Tung Fu Rue suddenly changes into a muscular brute!
Hwa Jai drinks a potion that turns him into his stronger alter ego
Walking from fight to fight on the map of Southtown City
Raiden grabs Joe Higashi
Terry Bogard vs. Billy Kane with his big stick
Geese Howard and Andy Bogard launching projectiles against each other
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