Some of the SF moves are in there. Thai Kickboxing has a pre-built
Tiger Knee to Dragon Punch combo, so I separated the moves into their
The only SF maneuvers you can't effectively reproduce are Focus attacks
as there's no way to do stuff like add health to your character or throw
projectiles. But you probably could do teleports or flying.
| I have Fighter Maker. It's pretty good. The downside is that you
| select from one of twenty pre-built character models, so you can't
| the fighter's appearance. however, you can create your own maneuvers
| scratch, or mix and match existing moves (there's a small stack of
| styles to choose from). The create-your-own maneuver mode is *really*
| powerful. it's basically an animation utility where you edit your
| motions frame by frame with the game filling in the blanks. you can
| set all the parameters like hit zone, sound effect, damage, and so
| there's no story whatsoever, though. but you can edit a fighter's
| and name them and their style whatever you want. dunno what the point
| since unless you go to edit mode you never actually see the profile
| oh, and each fighter takes a full memory card to store. the game
| work with high-capacity cards, but some folks report success using a
| -----Original Message-----
| From: Yasuharu Konishi <robotomizer@...>
| To: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
| Date: Sunday, June 18, 2000 3:24 PM
| Subject: [streetfighter] Fighter Maker
| >Has anyone out there tried Fighter Maker for the
| >playstation? I wanted to check it out, but I had to
| >sell the playstation while between jobs :(
| >I don't think it had much in the way of Story, but I
| >think the premise was you could design your own
| >fighters with whatever moves you want and then battle
| >the computer or a friend... I was wondering if anyone
| >knew just how much freedom you have in the design
| >process. Is it like the create-a-wrestler mode in WWF
| >Warzone, where you have to pick an existing set of
| >moves? Or can you literally hand-pick your maneuvers?
| >--- Ronny Anderssen <cybermage@...> wrote:
| >> Then you'd better try out the PSX game:Shaolin.
| >> There you start out as a child, and travels the
| >> world to learn different techniques from kung fu
| >> temples. so you can beat the evil landlord.
| >> Worth a try.
| >> -----Ronin-----
| >> --
| >> On Fri, 16 Jun 2000 13:09:39 brian fish wrote:
| >> I had some ideas for a street fighter game a la most
| >> early role playing
| >> games. You could travel to cities and you would have
| >> a number of options,
| >> Challenge the world warrior, train at the dojo, work
| >> out at the gym, etc.
| >> The fights could be alpha 3 ish, I dunno why no one
| >> has thought of it yet.
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| >> http://www.angelfire.com
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