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Wednesday, May 16, 2007
Skullgirls is a rare versus fighting game that isn't actually made using the popular Fighter Maker engine. The animations are jerky and default controls are rather awkward, with the I, O, K and L keys mapped to punches or kicks. The U key can be pressed for a defensive stance.

A work in progress that shows some promise, but fans shouldn't expect anything more than a technical demo in it's current state.

Name: Skullgirls
Developer: Alex Ahad
Category: Action
Type: Freeware
Size: 10MB
Anonymous Anonymous said at 5/15/2007 03:43:00 PM:  
I don't see anything Capcom quality about this. Not bad effort though