Galaxy Fight - Universal Warriors

Arcade Video Game published 23 years ago by SUNSOFT

Galaxy Fight - Universal Warriors screenshot

Emulated in MAME !
Information for the following ROM(s): galaxyfg


Galaxy Fight - Universal Warriors © 1995 Sunsoft.

Fighting game with 8 selectable characters. Each stage is infinite in length and therefore allows lots of running attacks.


Runs on the SNK "Neo-Geo MVS" hardware.
Game ID : 0078

Main CPU : Motorola 68000 (@ 12 Mhz)
Sound CPU : Zilog Z80 (@ 4 Mhz)
Sound Chips : Yamaha YM2610 (@ 8 Mhz)

[SNK MVS Neo-Geo Controls]
2 players - 4 buttons per player.
=> [Joystick] 8-way, [A] Subdued attack [B] Medium attack [C] Strong attack [D] Taunt opponent


Released in January 1995.

Galaxy Fight is Sunsoft's first game for the Neo-Geo MVS.

The bonus round character 'Bonus-Kun' is a homage to "Street Fighter"'s Ryu character. He also appears as the bonus character in Sunsoft's other Neo Geo fighting game, "Waku Waku 7".

[FR] April 1995, Consoles + N.42: 81/100 (Neo-Geo version)


Beat the game without losing a round (you can lose continues, but not rounds) to fight a hidden boss and get the staff roll after your character's ending. If you beat this hidden boss, you'll get a group shot of all your characters.


[JP] Sega Saturn (nov.22, 1995) [Model T-1510G]
[US] Sega Saturn (jul.3, 1996) [Model T-1504H]
[EU] Sega Saturn (1995) [Model T-1504H-50]
SNK Neo Geo [JP] (feb.25, 1995) [Model SUH-078]
SNK Neo Geo [US] (feb.25, 1995) [Model SUH-078]
[JP] SNK Neo-Geo CD (apr.21, 1995) [Model NGCD-078]
[US] SNK Neo-Geo CD (apr.21, 1995) [Model NGCD-078E]
[JP] Sony PlayStation (may.3, 1996) [Model SLPS-00138]
[EU] Sony PlayStation (apr.1996) [Model SLES-00197]
[JP] Sony PlayStation (mar.29, 2007; "PS1 Classics")
[US] Sony PlayStation (dec.14, 2010; "PS1 Classics")
[EU] Sony PlayStation (jan.11, 2012; "PS1 Classics")
[JP] Sony PS2 (june.26, 2008; "Sunsoft Collection [Model SLPS-25849]")
[JP] Sony PS2 (june.18, 2009; "Sunsoft Collection [NeoGeo Online Collection The Best] [Model SLPS-25936]")
[JP] Nintendo Wii (mar.23, 2010, "Virtual Console")

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