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*A revised version of this was later released, with the menu on the title screen moving up from the bottom as opposed to already being there. Strangely, the sound effect of it stopping on the screen is present in all versions of the game, even though it doesn't make sense in the other versions.
 
*A revised version of this was later released, with the menu on the title screen moving up from the bottom as opposed to already being there. Strangely, the sound effect of it stopping on the screen is present in all versions of the game, even though it doesn't make sense in the other versions.
 
*Another version has the MK logo coloured in blue instead of red.
 
*Another version has the MK logo coloured in blue instead of red.
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*Most of the moves do not work properly, including Sub-Zero's ice move and Sonya's Square Punch. As well as this, Scorpion's spear is replaced with fire toss. Add to this that a few moves are also missing from each character, which generally makes the gameplay of all seven characters, sans the bosses, exactly the same.
 
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Mortal Kombat II
MortalKombatIIlogo
Mortal Kombat II's opening screen
Publisher JY Company
Developer Hummer Team
Cart ID(s) JY-011 (JY-024)
Console Famicom
Date Unknown
Engine SFII engine
Sound engine Someri Sound Engine
Alternate names/hacks Mortal Kombat II Turbo, Mortal Kombat III, Mortal Kombat III Turbo

Mortal Kombat II is a pirated port of Mortal Kombat made by Hummer Team. The date that this game was made is unknown, but it was most likely done in the early to mid 90's. The game itself was in development after Master Fighter VI' was made but wasn't finished until 1994. Kart Fighter and AV Bishoujo Senshi Girl Fighting use an earlier version of MKII's engine.

Overview

MortalKombatIItitlescreen

Mortal Kombat II's Title Screen/Menu

Despite the title, this game is actually a port of the first Mortal Kombat. (This was likely done as a form of selling the product as a sequel, a common trait with pirated games) Unfortunately, some features were cut from the game like fatalities and blood, the latter of which would be included in Mortal Kombat II Special. This leads to the possibility that it was based off the SNES port. The game includes all of the seven standard characters, as well as Shang Tsung and Goro being playable characters. The specials don't work properly, functioning similarly to those from Street Fighter II. The graphics are taken from the original Mortal Kombat but the logo was redone to add the "II" into the title. The game has different endings depending on the difficulty, although these are very basic which is to be expected from a pirate.

Trivia

  • There are hacked versions of this, named Mortal Kombat II Turbo, Mortal Kombat III and Mortal Kombat III Turbo. The latter two expand the roster of characters by adding many recolours.
  • In the options screen, "Difficulty Level" is misspelled as "Divfficulty Level," a typo which would return in Mortal Kombat II Special. As well as this, Hard is the default difficulty as opposed to Medium.
  • Shang Tsung's name is misspelled as "Skang Tsung."
  • Midway is credited on the title screen of Mortal Kombat II and Mortal Kombat III, which is unusual for a pirated game. In the other hacks, the "Midway" text is instead replaced with "Turbo."
  • A revised version of this was later released, with the menu on the title screen moving up from the bottom as opposed to already being there. Strangely, the sound effect of it stopping on the screen is present in all versions of the game, even though it doesn't make sense in the other versions.
  • Another version has the MK logo coloured in blue instead of red.
  • Most of the moves do not work properly, including Sub-Zero's ice move and Sonya's Square Punch. As well as this, Scorpion's spear is replaced with fire toss. Add to this that a few moves are also missing from each character, which generally makes the gameplay of all seven characters, sans the bosses, exactly the same.
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