Mortal Kombat IIIA classic and popular fighting game
Mortal Kombat III is the third game in the Mortal Kombat series, being released in 1995 and featuring the same fighting styles with lots of new characters, moves and better graphics. The arcade game is often regarded as the best of the Mortal Kombat titles, but also one of the best fighting games ever.
Mortal Kombat III details
|Released:||Feb 13, 2012|
|File size:||3.50 MB|
|Keywords:||fight, game, play, action, kombat|
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Mortal Kombat III for Windows 10 - Full description
Mortal Kombat 3 is a fighting game developed by Midway and released in 1995, first as an arcade game. It is the third game in the Mortal Kombat series.
Mortal Kombat 3 builds further on the gameplay of the previous game. A "Run" button, accompanied by a "Run" meter, was introduced. This was primarily to address concern from fans who thought that the previous games gave too much of an advantage to the defending player. The Run meter is drained by running (the character cannot run backwards, only forwards) and by performing combos.
For the first time, certain levels were interactive by allowing characters to be uppercutted through the ceiling where both characters would continue the battle in a different stage. This could alter the game's level cycle. Both normal uppercuts and uppercuts that are part of a ground combo would result in a level change. Kung Lao's "Whirl Wind Spin" move would also have the same effect. However, if the final hit of a round happens to be an uppercut (i.e., the character is defeated by an uppercut), there is no level change.
Cyrax (Sal Divita) - Lin Kuei cyber assassin.
Kabal (Richard Divizio) - Former Black Dragon warrior.
Nightwolf (Sal Divita) - Native American shaman.
Sektor (Sal Divita) - Lin Kuei cyber assassin.
Sindel (Lia Montelongo) - Resurrected Queen of Edenia who is being controlled by Shao Kahn.
Sheeva (Stop motion) - Female Shokan who serves Shao Kahn.
Stryker (Michael O'Brien) - Riot control officer.
Jax (John Parrish) - Special Forces major who joins Sonya in attempting to apprehend Kano.
Kano (Richard Divizio) - Black Dragon thug who escaped arrest by Sonya and Jax.
Kung Lao (Tony Marquez) - Shaolin monk who seeks to stop what Kahn is planning.
Liu Kang (Eddie Wong) - Returning Mortal Kombat champion.
Sonya Blade (Kerri Hoskins) - Special Forces lieutenant setting out again to capture Kano.
Sub-Zero (John Turk) - Rogue Lin Kuei ninja who fled the clan after refusing to be converted to a cybernetic unit.
Shang Tsung (John Turk) - Shao Kahn's devious sorcerer.
Smoke (Sal Divita) - Cyber assassin from the Lin Kuei, who was once a close friend of Sub-Zero (unlocked by Ultimate Kombat Kode).
Boss and sub-boss
Motaro (stop-motion) - A four-legged Centaur.
Shao Kahn (Brian Glynn, voiced by Steve Ritchie) - Emperor of Outworld.
Although the game's manual states both boss characters are unplayable, both Motaro and Shao Kahn can be enabled via secret cheat menus in both SNES and Sega versions of the game.
Noob Saibot (Richard Divizio; unlockable as a non-player, Kano-resembling character through the Kombat Kodes) - The undead original Sub-Zero.