Mighty Final Fight [Model CAP-SD]

The Famicom Game by Capcom Co., Ltd.

Mighty Final Fight [Model CAP-SD] screenshot


Emulated in MAME ! [Console] Famicom Game

Mighty Final Fight © 1993 Capcom Company, Limited.

The Mad Gear Gang has spread crime and violence throughout the streets of Metro City. Only one man has enough guts to take the streets back from them, Mayor Mike Haggar. Now the Mad Gear Gang has kidnapped his daughter Jessica to bring him under their control. But they have made one mistake. Haggar's furious and he wants someone's head.

Guy and Jessica's boyfriend, Cody, are joining Haggar to clean up the slime-filled streets and rescue Jessica. Along the way you will find food to replenish your heart, or better yet, search for weapons to knock the living daylights out of your enemies. So join Haggar and his friends as they try to free the city from the evil clutches of the Mad Gear Gang.

Features 5 levels of intense hard-hitting action, earn experience points to master special moves and accomplish them by pressing a combination of control pad and buttons. 3 characters to choose from, each with his own style of fighting. Take'em on two at a time with Haggar's Double Lariat. The Mad Gear Gang is no match for Cody's Tornado Uppercut. Use Guy's Bushin Senpukyaku to knock out any punk who stands in your way. Find hidden items and weapons as you fight your way through thug-infested streets.


Cartridge ID: CAP-SD


Mighty Final Fight for Famicom was released on June 11, 1993 in Japan.

Spinoff of Capcom's 1989 arcade scrolling fighter Final Fight which had been previously ported on the Super Famicom in 1990. Characters in Mighty Final Fight are depicted in the super deformed, "chibi" style as opposed to the arcade and Super Famicom versions.

Like Final Fight on the Super Famicom (and Final Fight Guy), Mighty Final Fight is only for one player, but features Cody, Guy, and Haggar. Features exclusive to Mighty Final Fight included an experience points system allowing players to learn a new fighting manuever.



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Game's ROM.

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