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« on: January 06, 2010, 05:34:08 PM »

This list is for all pirates' fighting engines.
The years between the parenthesis are the copyright date, not the year of release !


Name: "Yoko Soft's Fighting engine"
maker: Yoko Soft
game list using the engine:

Street Fighter II - (ORIGIN) Yoko Soft (1992)
Master Fighter II - Yoko Soft (1992)
Street Fighter Zero 2 '97 - Hummer Team (1997)

v2
Street Fighter IV - Gouder Co. (1993)
Master Fighter VI' - Yoko Soft. (1993)
Yuu Yuu Hakusho FINAL - unknow programmer working with N.T. (1996)

v3
Kart Fighter - Gouder Co. (1993 or 1994)
AV Bishoujo Girl Fighting (AV Mei Shao Nv Zhan Shi) - Someri Team (1994)
Garoundensetsu Special - Someri Team (late 1994)
Turbo Mortal Kombat II and hacks (Turbo III and Midway 2//3) - Hummer Team (1995?)
Mortal Kombat II Special and hacks (MK3S//MK3 56ppl) - Hummer Team (1995/1996)

v3 mod
Samurai Spirits 2 - Hummer Team (1996)
Tekken 2 - Hummer Team (1996)

v4
The King of Fighter '96 - Hummer Team (1998)

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Name: N/A
Maker: Hummer Team
Games using this engine:

Power Rangers III - Hummer Team (late 1995 // 1996)
Power Rangers IV - hack of Power Rangers III by Hummer Team (1996)


Name: N/A
Maker: Cony Soft
Game using this engine:

All Cony Soft's fighting games use it.
Origin: Street Fighter II Pro (?) (title screen says: Street Figiter 2 PRO)
Used from: 1993 to 1995 (or 1996 (help)).


Name: N/A
Maker: Hummer Team or Ming June (EWJ3's programmer)
Game using this engine:

Harry's Legend - *unknow* (N/A)
Titenic - *unknow* (N/A)


Name: N/A
Maker: Sachen
Game using this engine:

Street Heroes (Samurai Spirits) - (1994)


Name: N/A
Maker: Sachen
Game using this engine:

Hell Fighter - (1991)


Name: N/A
Maker: Mega Soft
Game using this engine:

Fighting Hero - (1991)
Fighting Hero III - (199X)

I need your help ! If you know something not listed here, answer to this topic !

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Post here then I'll add stuff on the list.
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« Reply #1 on: January 07, 2010, 01:09:42 AM »

This is great. I've tried to figure this out knowing nothing about the internal technical aspects of these games.

Are these listed in order -- the first use of the engine to the last? I'm curious which were the original games and which were later versions or "hacks."
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« Reply #2 on: January 07, 2010, 04:22:43 AM »

1) Just play the game few minutes and compare it with 3 or 4 games (on by the same company, the other by another company to see if it has something related.

2) Well, if you are talking about the order of the game (under company list), I tryed to put them in order of release but I don't think the games released later are a hack of the game released first. Because when a company have the engine, they don't need to hack the game to reproduce the engine (exept for few thing like KoF96)
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« Reply #3 on: August 08, 2010, 07:40:41 PM »

updated.
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« Reply #4 on: August 11, 2010, 04:07:03 PM »

Just a suggestion, I think the first game known to be released with that engine would be awesome if known as well!
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« Reply #5 on: August 11, 2010, 04:43:21 PM »

I'm pretty sure Harry's Legend is JY company.
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« Reply #6 on: August 11, 2010, 05:17:53 PM »

No, it is not.
As far I know, Harry's Legend was made after N.T. disappeared (When NT changed to VT, GT or whatever) And JY wasn't working with Hummer Team anymore.
It's more likely they sold the game to random companies. It may be why it was released by many different companies.

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