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Street Fighter 2

Ryu vs Ken on the Amiga

US Gold graced Amiga owners with a pretty dire conversion of Street Fighter 2: The World Warrior. The palette choice was odd, and it was very slow.

The most interesting thing is how the team chose to slice up the graphics for drawing to the screen.

Backgrounds

balrog_background.png blanka_background.png chunli_background.png dhalsim_background.png ehonda_background.png guile_background.png ken_background.png mbison_background.png ryu_background.png sagat_background.png vega_background.png zangief_background.png

Characters

balrog.png chun_li.png dhalsim.png ehonda.png guile.png ken.png mbison.png ryu.png sagat.png vega.png zangief.png

Bonus Stages

barrels.png barrels_background.png car.png car_background.png flaming_drums.png flaming_drums_background.png

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