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Single player
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Resolution:
320 × 200
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Pray for Death screenshot
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DOSGames.com Review:  Rating: 3
Pray for Death is a one-on-one fighting game which tries to transfer some of the excitement from arcade beat-em-ups like the popular Street Fighter II, Mortal Kombat, and in this case perhaps most directly Killer Instinct games to the PC platform. The game looks good but as with a lot of this sort of fighting games on PC, the gameplay suffers a bit. There is a wide variety of fighters (although only two are available to select in this demo version) and plenty of special moves and fatalities for each character. Getting them to work if you're just using a keyboard might be a challenge! See the Move list on GameFAQs to learn the special moves for the characters.
Instructions:
Player 1 controls:
F - Left
H - Right
T - Jump
G - Duck
Q - Weak punch
W - Strong punch
A - Weak kick
S - Strong kick

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