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Shadow Fighter (Amiga CD32)

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Shadow Fighter was one of the few Mortal Kombat influenced beat 'em ups released for the Amiga. There are 16 fighters, each with their own home country and arena, plus Pupazz, a puppet you could repeatedly attack to practice moves. The usual sequence of best-of-3 fights is on offer, with variable difficulty and optional blood. The control system is designed around a one-button controller, but still offers 25 moves for each player, with special moves executed by spinning the joystick round 180 degrees. Each arena features multi-layer parallax, with up to 80 colors.


Shadow Fighter Amiga CD32 Another pairing
Shadow Fighter Amiga CD32 Loading screen 3
Shadow Fighter Amiga CD32 First pair
Shadow Fighter Amiga CD32 Main menu

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Amiga Joker May, 1995 81 out of 100 81


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Marketing events were planned to feature 'Shadow', a character from the British version of Gladiators, however around that time he was sacked by the show for using performance-enhancing drugs, so another character had to step in.
Kabushi (220185) added Shadow Fighter (Amiga CD32) on Apr 23, 2005
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