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One Must Fall 2097

One Must Fall 2097 is an DOS action game, developed by Diversions Entertainment, designed by Rob Elam and published by Epic MegaGames in 1994. It's available for download.
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Collector's corner:

In addition to the full game, the full retail version also includes shareware versions of Radix: Beyond the Void, Tyrian and Jazz Jackrabbit, of which the game also features secret characters.

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"There was a time when brawlers on PC weren't that common. Not that today it's different, but finding a good brawler "versus" fighting game was really difficult. One Must Fall was one of those games: a perfect blend of everything a brawler needs to be. I finished One Must Fall in a few days, not because it's easy, but because it's extremely captivating, the kind of game that glues you to the chair for "one... more... fight...."." - Abandonware DOS

Input: joystick, keyboard

Distributed on: 3,5 floppy disk, cd-rom, download

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