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Final Fight

Final Fight received reasonably high marks in most of the reviews when it was released, but people on forums have been scathing of the Amiga conversion. The rather ugly static 16 colour palette certainly didn't help things out, but judge for yourself!

These graphics have been converted directly from the Amiga data files, and as such, they have not been rearranged into their respective characters.


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Level Maps

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