SNK’s Rhythm Of Fighters Adds Fatal Fury Music To Its Tracklist

By Eugene . July 11, 2014 . 3:29pm


SNK is adding four new Fatal Fury music tracks to its recently released rhythm action mobile game The Rhythm of Fighters.



The additional tracks are as follows:


  1. Soy Sauce for Geese
  2. Thai Nanbu no Tsutaetai Atarashii Uta
  3. Enryuujin
  4. Ryuko No Ken Ver.230000000.0


Rhythm of Fighters has players hitting notes as they swing in around a circle around a fight, with successful hits landing combos and various special moves on foes.


The new tracks are available for $2.99 and will go on sale from July 9th on Android, with an iOS update later.


Rhythm of Fighters is available now on iOS and Android.

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  • Ni ~Algidus~

    gotta keep using these old sprites.
    but the game is still looking to be fun to play

  • Tincho D

    Whatever it keeps SNK alive, but that trailer was painful to watch.

  • Death Metal

    Man… That second screenshot is Ryo Sakazaki in his KOF2002 sprites with Nakoruru in her Samurai Shodown 2 sprites, both in Art of Fighting 2 Yuri Sakazaki’s original stage. Oh my god, those bring in so many joyful memories.

    • MoriyaMug

      That’s actually her SS5/6 sprite.

      • Death Metal

        Oops, my bad. You are correct.

  • aizen310

    That picture with Nakoruru is such an insult to injury.

    Darkstalkers and Samurai Shodown <3
    Especially now, we need a new SamSho. Now, that Soul Calibur is dead.

    • MoriyaMug

      SamSho is now fodder for pachinko and pachislot games. The series is dead, and hasn’t been especially good since the late 90s. Best to let it lie, lest what remains of its dignity be utterly disintegrated. :/

  • Bunzi

    Geese always did love his condiments.

    • Don’t forget Kisses and Stiff Shoulder too.

      “Yu kannato esukeipuu from desu.”

  • Michael Kelehan

    I really enjoyed this game, definitely worth the dollar.

    • Death Metal

      OK, I am one of those who cries the death of old SNK until today (my Terry Bogard avatar is a statement to that), but I felt like giving this game a go after your specific comment and, I have to say, that’s actually true! The game is great, with many songs from most of our very beloved fighting games from them.

      I say, good grief, SNK. I hope you actually invest the dollar that these mobile games bring up into developing more awesome console fighters for us.

  • Hines Green III

    I might get shot asking SNK for Maximum Impact and Wild Ambition tracks at this point.

  • I found this game so awkward to play I haven’t touched it since a few days after it came out

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