Pit-Fighter is an arcade fighting game that revolutionised the genre with its digitised graphics and unique gameplay mechanics. Developed by Atari Games, this gritty and intense brawler pits players against a variety of skilled fighters in underground fighting arenas. Prepare for brutal combat, flashy special moves, and the quest to become the ultimate Pit-Fighter champion.


In Pit-Fighter, players assume the roles of three different fighters: Buzz, Ty, and Kato. Each fighter has their own strengths, weaknesses, and unique fighting style. As you progress through the game, you'll face off against a diverse cast of opponents, including street thugs, martial artists, and even wild animals.

The game utilises digitised graphics, with real actors performing the moves and animations, giving the fighters a lifelike appearance. This innovative approach added a level of realism and immersion that set Pit-Fighter apart from other fighting games of its time.

How to Play

Choose your fighter from the three available options: Buzz, a powerful brawler; Ty, a skilled martial artist; or Kato, a nimble fighter with lightning-fast kicks. Each fighter has their own unique abilities and fighting style, so experiment to find your preferred play style.

Engage in one-on-one battles against a variety of opponents, ranging from street thugs to trained fighters. Utilise punches, kicks, and throws to wear down your opponents' health and defeat them within the time limit.

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