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Cony's fighting engine

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Cony's fighting engine is a fighting engine developed in 1993 by Cony Soft. It is another Street Fighter II engine that is widely used by Cony.

OverviewEdit

Just like the Kart Fighter Engine, Cony's engine uses B to kick and A to punch. Sometimes you can execute a strong punch or kick by holding forward. Unlike the Kart Fighter engine, Cony's engine always uses a 2P mode as a separate option. (with the exception of the Mortal Kombat games).

The commands for specials aren't the usual SFII commands: you press any direction on the D-Pad and press A and B together (i.e., Forward+A+B). Like Cony's other engines, you can switch graphic settings between NTSC and PAL, however it is not used in all games and sometimes you need to push a button combination on the title screen to access the setup screen.

Games that use the engineEdit

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