#37565

Version for Amiga 500 Mortal Kombat II (Europe)

Collection data

.dat name amg-a5c_no-intro
.dat version Commodore - Amiga | http://www.no-intro.org | 20171230-022246
.dat status Up-to-date
ROMset platform Amiga 500
ROMset title Mortal Kombat II (Europe)
ROMset CRC32* e1b7d74b
ROMset size* 3404520 bytes

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Other versions
PC (diskette) »
???? Mortal Kombat II [3065]
Super Nintendo »
???? Mortal Kombat II (Europe)
Super Nintendo »
???? Mortal Kombat II (USA)
Super Nintendo »
???? Mortal Kombat II (USA) (Rev 1)
Super Nintendo »
???? Mortal Kombat II - Kyuukyoku Shinken (Japan) (En)
Super Nintendo »
???? Mortal Kombat II (Europe) (Rev 1)
Megadrive »
???? Mortal Kombat II (World)
PC (optical) »
???? Mortal Kombat & Mortal Kombat II (Europe)
PC (optical) »
???? Mortal Kombat II (Europe)
PC (optical) »
???? Mortal Kombat II (USA)
Arcade »
???? Mortal Kombat II (rev L1.1)
Arcade »
???? Mortal Kombat II (rev L3.1 (European))
Arcade »
???? Mortal Kombat II (rev L3.1)
Arcade »
???? Mortal Kombat II (rev L3.2 (European))
Arcade »
???? Mortal Kombat II (rev L9.1, hack)
Game Boy »
???? Mortal Kombat & Mortal Kombat II (Japan)
Game Boy »
???? Mortal Kombat & Mortal Kombat II (USA, Europe)
Game Boy »
???? Mortal Kombat II (USA, Europe)
Game Boy »
???? Mortal Kombat II - Kyuukyoku Shinken (Japan)
Game Gear »
???? Mortal Kombat II (World)
Master System »
???? Mortal Kombat II (Europe, Brazil)
Playstation »
???? Mortal Kombat II (Japan)
Arcade »
1993 Mortal Kombat II (rev L1.4)
Arcade »
1993 ★★★★ Mortal Kombat II (rev L3.0)
Arcade »
1993 Mortal Kombat II (rev L4.2, hack)
Arcade »
1993 Mortal Kombat II Challenger (hack)
Arcade »
1993 Mortal Kombat II (rev L2.1)
Arcade »
1993 Mortal Kombat II (rev L2.0)
32X »
1994 Mortal Kombat II (Japan, USA)
PC (optical) »
1995 Mortal Kombat II (USA) (v1.1)
32X »
1995 ★★★★ Mortal Kombat II (Europe)

Parent Game(s) data

GameMortal Kombat II (1993–1995)
Genre(s)vs. fighting
Saga(s)Mortal Kombat (1992–2001)
SynopsisFollowing his failure to defeat Liu Kang in the Mortal Kombat tournament, the evil Shang Tsung begs his master Shao Kahn, supreme ruler of Outworld and the surrounding kingdoms, to spare his life. He tells Shao Kahn that if they hold it in Outworld the invitation for the next Mortal Kombat cannot be turned down, and the Earthrealm warriors must attend. Kahn agrees to this plan and also restores Shang Tsung's youth. He then extends the invitation to the thunder god and Earthrealm's protector, Raiden, who gathers his warriors and takes them into Outworld. The new tournament is much more dangerous, as Shao Kahn has the home field advantage, and an Outworld victory will allow him to subdue Earthrealm.