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Friday, May 25, 2007
Axel City is a decent doujin fighting game with easy-to-learn moves, but requires the installation of files for East Asian Languages. [instructions]

Created using the Enterbrain's popular 2D Fighter Maker, this 160MB download features six playable characters - each with their own individual moves and special attacks conveniently displayed before each battle.

Keyboard controls should be configured first before starting a game, since the cursor keys are not mapped to a character's movements by default. Press the F4 function key to play in full screen mode.

Quite likely inspired by Hokuto no Ken.

Name: Axel City
Developer: Atsuki Koitabashi
Category: Action
Type: Freeware
Size: 160MB
Download page: click here
Gameplay video: right-click to save (10MB)
4 Comments:
Blogger Zero3K said at 5/24/2007 05:08:00 AM:  
According to a video of it I saw on Youtube, I saw that there are actually 14 characters that were playable.
Anonymous BTlover said at 5/24/2007 08:41:00 AM:  
If it is what you say of the game having 14 instead of 6, then this must be the trial version of some sort.
Blogger gnome said at 5/25/2007 09:32:00 AM:  
Ooooh, that was impressive. Excellent pixel art too and some lovely old school arcade action. Guess they should port it to the Dreamcast...
Blogger Dave said at 5/27/2007 05:12:00 AM:  
Hmmm, I changed the thingy with the language and regional settings and installed those east-asian language's.

But for some reason when I try to open the game, fighter maker appears for 1 second and then dissappears again.

Axel City version 7 works without problems.. does anyone know what I did wrong?