At the dusk of 2D fighting games SNK made their last stand putting all the knowledge they had gathered over a decade making fighting games into one of the best ever made; Garou: Mark of the Wolves.
The game has inspired people from all over the world into making a big community with headquarters in Discord. And now we are collaborating with Dream Cancel to share our knowledge and passion for the game.
These are the different projects we have going on:
The Humble Bundle site is currently running a NeoGeo 25th anniversary bundle covering several NeoGeo titles, and additional extras at high enough tiers. This covers the applicable titles already available on Steam, and several others as DRM-free downloads which can also be played on a browser. Notably, on of the available titles is Samurai Shodown V Special, which has never been ported outside the NeoGeo.
The tier breakdown is as follows.
Pay what you want:
Art of Fighting 2
Baseball Stars 2
Fatal Fury Special
King of the Monsters
Metal Slug 2
Samurai Shodown II
The King of Fighters 2000
Above average – all of the above plus:
Metal Slug (Steam available)
Metal Slug 3 (Steam available)
NeoGeo 25th Anniversary Soundtrack (Art of Fighting 2, Fatal Fury Special, Metal Slug 3, Samurai Shodown II)
Neo Turf Masters
The King of Fighters ’98 Ultimate Match Final Edition (Steam only)
The Last Blade
Twinkle Star Sprites
$10 or more – all of the above plus:
Garou: Mark of the Wolves
Metal Slug X (Steam available)
Samurai Shodown V Special
Shock Troopers: 2nd Squad
The King of Fighters 2002 Unlimited Match (Steam only)
$40 or more – all of the above plus a Metal Slug t-shirt.
One of the most iconic SNK fighting game “Fatal Fury Special” has now been ported over to smartphones. Check out the official website for the smartphone version of the game here. If you’re interested in picking this up for your smartphone, head over to the Google Play Store or Apple Appstore. The game is available for $3.99.
In the fourth episode, Giby and Nocturnal analyze some Japanese Garou matches with the insight we’ve come to expect from this amazing podcast. In the second half of the show, they talk with timmytheturtle. If you like what they’re doing, and anyone with an interest in Garou should, follow them on Twitter: @castofthewolves.
Giby, Nocturnal and Aerendir provide in-depth analysis of the Garou games from the recent Total Eclipse tournament. According to the description, the first 2 hours are commentary and the remainder is the cast having some fun with viewers of the live show.