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Body Blows

Body Blows is an abandoned DOS action game, developed by Team 17, designed by Martyn Brown, Cedric McMillan JR., Danny Burke and published by Team 17 in 1993. It's available for download. Body Blows is also part of the Body Blows series.
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single-player, PvP (player VS player)
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"Back when I was the proud owner of an Amiga 500, if you wanted to play good fighting games (and you didn't own a console) you had to seek out the nearest arcades and spend coin after coin trying to stay alive and learn every move of games like Mortal Kombat and Street Fighter 2. Body Blows was the answer to the prayers of Amiga owners who wanted a fighting game for their computer. It seems like Team17 modeled Body Blows on Street Fighter 2: it plays in a similar way, the roster of colorful characters is quite varied and the graphics are not that different. Body Blows was converted for DOS and the sequel - Ultimate Body Blows - got converted too." - Abandonware DOS

Input: joystick, keyboard

Also published for: Amiga

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