Download Fight Fever Game
Fight Fever, known in Korea as Wang Jung Wang (The King of Kings), is a 1994 2D fighting video game for the Neo-Geo MVS System. It is the first Korean Neo Geo game and is the first game developed and released by Korean publisher of SNK games, Viccom. Download NeoGeo Fight Fever Game.
South Korea Han Baedal – The protagonist of the game. A taekwondo user who appears to be a cross between Ryu and Ryo Sakazaki. His last name was shared by Jhun Hoon’s striker, Kang Baedal in The King of Fighters series.
Mexico Kim Hoon – A palette-edit, semi-clone and rival of Han Baedal. His only original moves are his spinning attack similar to Hanzo Hattori’s from the World Heroes series, and two different rapid-kicking moves, one of them similar to Robert Garcia’s Genei Kyaku but with two feet instead of one, the other similar to Arnold’s Dragon Kick from Sega-AM2’s Burning Rival and Makoto Mizoguchi’s RenZokuKeri from Data East’s Fighter’s History series. Named after Kim Jae Hoon, president of UnoTechnology and son of Viccom president and UnoTechnology founder Kim Kap-hwan. His model and last name were later used for Jhun Hoon in The King of Fighters series.
Japan Miyuki – The only female character in the game; possibly inspired by Mai Shiranui. She can summon tornadoes similar to Joe Higashi and Michael Max and has the ability to jump on the opponent and rapidly scratch.
Germany Rophen Heimer – A bald German martial artist who can throw fireballs and spin kick.
United States Magic Dunker – A basketball player who is possibly the one Lucky Glauber and Bobby Nelson were inspired by. His projectile attack is similar to Yuri Sakazaki’s Raioh-Ken, but can slide on the ground like Terry Bogard’s Power Wave.
Brazil Golrio – A fat islander warrior with the ability to throw fireballs and spin around quickly while rising at the opponent engulfed in flames.
People’s Republic of China Chintao – A stereotypical “Shaolin Monk”-type character who can strike with his hair and do an unusual scissor kick.
United States Nick Commando – A large masked soldier who can throw grenades and charge at the foe. Said to be based on Guile, considering his stage and the overall “American soldier” gimmick, however, his fighting style is very different from Guile’s, save for his sweep.
South Korea Master Taekuk – An old Taekwondo master who can stretch out his arms and slam the opponent. He is the first boss character and is only playable in two player mode.
Japan Karate Kenji – The final boss of the game. His look and moves are similar to Geese Howard’s, but with two jumping versions of some of Geese Howard’s moves. His stage is also similar to some of Geese Howard’s stages from the Fatal Fury series. He was voiced by Masaki Usui, who also voiced Ryo Sakazaki from the Art of Fighting series and Haohmaru from the Samurai Shodown series.
How to Play
File -> Load game
Select The Game
Press F3 couple of time for coins
F1 to start
File size: 6.58 MB