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Burning Fight

  1. KBH Games
  2. Fighting Games
  3. Burning Fight

Burning Fight is a arcade beat-’em-up game. Select your favorite characters and beat up gangs in the center of new york city. Include multiple endings.

Story:

For many years, the Casterota family, a huge crime syndicate, literally ruled over the streets of New York with overpowering control. Two police detectives named Duke Edwards and Billy King fought against the syndicate for years trying to bring to justice the leaders of this murderous clan. Then, just when Duke and Billy were closing in on the family, the Casterota fled the country to Japan. Word has it that the Casterota’s have now joined forces with another crime family, the Heiwa-Gumi, and have produced a powerful team of modern-day gangsters that now control most of Osaka. Their looting and criminal activities have reached uncontrollable proportions and the one concerned detective, Ryu Saeba cannot overthrow the combined forces of the two families on his own. This is the action-packed, vandalous story of 3 detectives joining together to “once and for all” rid the world of these violent criminals. Can the endless funds of the Casterota’s and the Heiwa-Gumi be depleted? Or will the massive forces of these ruthless criminals defeat the efforts of Duke, Billy, and Ryu? One thing is for certain… this jaw-crushing, leg breaking, head-buttin’ battle of good guys versus bad will drag you into one helluva BURNING FIGHT!

As Always, Good Luck and Have Fun.

Only keyboard is required to play. Pretend your keyboard is the a game controller.

Press [Space-Bar] after the loading and introduction screen to insert coin, then [ENTER] to start.

Player 1
Inside The Game Your Keyboard
Insert Coin =[Space-Bar]
(Only work after intro. Locked during intro)
START =[ENTER]
Arrrow =[WASD]
Button 1, 2, 3 =[J], [K], [L]
Button 4, 5, 6 =[I], [O], [U]
Player 2
Inside The Game Your Keyboard
Insert Coin =[8 Numpad]
START =[9 Numpad]
Move =[Arrows]
Button 1, 2, 3 =[1], [2], [3] Numpad
Button 4, 5, 6 =[5], [4], [6] Numpad