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Mortal Kombat II Special

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Title Screen

Mortal Kombat II Special

Also known as: Mortal Kombat III Special, Mortal Kombat III Special: 56 Pepoles, Mortal Kombat IV Special
Developer: Hummer Team
Publisher: JY Company
Platform: Unlicensed NES
Released in TW: 1995

CopyrightIcon.png This game has hidden developer credits.


Pressing Up, Right, A, Down, Right, B, Up, Left during the demo will trigger a hidden JY logo screen with the common full-screen logo. The only way out of it is to reset the game.

(Source: BootlegGames Wiki)

DIP Switches/Version Differences

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As with several other pirate games, Mortal Kombat II Special uses a PCB with a DIP switch on it, which changes some aspects of the game's visual appearance. The game can be switched between Mortal Kombat II Special (with intro) and Mortal Kombat III Special 56 Pepoles (without intro). The DIP switch setting can be changed in FCEUX by resetting the game (note that other emulators may handle this differently).

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A third variant of the game, Mortal Kombat III Special, was made available as a separate cartridge, but can't be selected with the DIP switches.