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{{Infobox Game
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|title=One Must Fall: 2097
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|id=94
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|image=[[Image:GAME_One_Must_Fall_2097_Title.png|320px]]
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|caption=Title Screen
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|developer=Diversions Entertainment
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|publisher=Epic MegaGames
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|released=1994
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|version=[[Version0.72|0.72]]
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|status=Supported}}
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'''One Must Fall: 2097''' is a fighting video game. This game is freeware and may be downloaded legally from [http://www.dosgamesarchive.com/download/game/66 DOS Games Archive].
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== Making it work ==
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The game speed can be adjusted in the gameplay menu within the game itself if it runs too fast on your machine.
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If you require support for general issues, see the [[Performance|performance guide]] and [[DOSBox_FAQ|FAQ]].
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== Testing ==
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Runs perfectly under DOSBox whilst running a X64 machine. Also working with DOSBox running on Windows XP 32-bit on Athlon64 2GHz. Sound runs under default settings.
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== External links ==
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*[http://www.mobygames.com/game/dos/one-must-fall-2097 One Must Fall: 2097] at MobyGames
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[[Category:Fighting games]]

Latest revision as of 07:21, 18 November 2015

One Must Fall: 2097
GAME One Must Fall 2097 Title.png
Title Screen
Developer Diversions Entertainment
Publisher Epic MegaGames
Released 1994
Status Supported
Tested on 0.72
Tested game version Unknown
Links Compatibility List
Commands
Executable Unknown
Installer N/A
Setup N/A
DOS Extender
DOS4GW.EXE Unknown
Works with DOS32A N/A

One Must Fall: 2097 is a fighting video game. This game is freeware and may be downloaded legally from DOS Games Archive.

Making it work

The game speed can be adjusted in the gameplay menu within the game itself if it runs too fast on your machine.

If you require support for general issues, see the performance guide and FAQ.

Testing

Runs perfectly under DOSBox whilst running a X64 machine. Also working with DOSBox running on Windows XP 32-bit on Athlon64 2GHz. Sound runs under default settings.

External links