Back in a day if we wanted to play video games with your friends, we headed to a internal diversion arcade. The arcades were packaged with all sorts of cold games like Mortal Kombat and a slew of other fighting, driving, and classical arcade games. Recently tip menus were detected in a Mortal Kombat 1, 2, and 3 arcade games that were so renouned in a arcades some-more than 20 years ago.

These tip menus have been dubbed a EJB menus after a co-creator of a games Ed Boon. Like many tip diversion moves of a day in a arcades and on home diversion consoles, a unlocking of a menus requires a user to enter a formidable array of control inputs. For Mortal Kombat games, a unlocking requires a user to enter P1 (x5), P2 (x10), P1 (x2), P2 (x1), P1 (x2), P2 (x3), P1 (x4).

Once a menu is unbarred it gives entrance to evidence tests, silver bookkeeping, and a diversion review that looks for issues like chip failure, support errors, and lockups. A Green Ninja Counter is also included. A hello shade with credits to folks is in a dark menu along with a ability to enter your initials on a high measure screen.

Fans of a diversion can also trigger a sub-menu that gives a finale for a comparison impression along with a diversion credits. In Mortal Kombat 3 a same special pivotal method will clear a Galaga mini diversion and a playable impression called Smoke. Ultimate MK3 also has a menu for a Supreme Demonstration of fatalities, animalities, babalities, and friendshipalities. The lines to play these games would have been even longer behind in a day if people had famous about a dark menus. Check out a video to see a dark menus for yourself.

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SOURCE: Eurogamer

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