Mortal Kombat Advance


Mortal Kombat Advance is the name given to the Game Boy Advance port of Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3. The game was panned by critics and fans alike.

The character roster is the same as its 16-bit counterparts. The Game Boy Advance version features two less buttons than those used in previous versions of UMK3, which resulted in many special move button sequences being consolidated or changed. The violence in this game was toned down due to a younger fan base using the Game Boy Advance (though the game is still rated M for Mature), so blood is seen less in this version of the game. Due to the reduced memory of the Game Boy Advance in respect to 16-bit home consoles, each character (except for Noob Saibot and the bosses) has one Fatality and one Friendship.

The Stage Fatalities are completely absent from the game, as well as the final sequence, in which the castle of Shao Kahn explodes and Shao Kahn's Lost Treasures. The Stages The Subway, Jade's Desert and Waterfront were not included. The Street stage, that appeared in Mortal Kombat 3, was included, but not the detail of the papers fluttering. The stage Lost Bridge appears, although not amongst the stages where you can fight, as it appears in the background as you are choosing the Towers of Destiny to fight the computer.


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