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‘Mortal Kombat’ has always been famous for surprises, yet these tip menus infer only how low a rabbit hole went.
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Back in a days before a Internet, before many video diversion secrets became common knowledge, players had to spend hours (and a whole lot of quarters) experimenting to learn lie codes and secrets in their favorite games.

Mortal Kombat has always been a good instance of this. The strange arcade games were filled with dark fatalities, tip characters and more, only watchful for players who put in a time and bid to discover.

Now, some-more than 20 years after a recover of a arcade versions of Mortal Kombat 1, 2 and 3, players have detected a previously-unknown tip menu that exists in all 3 games. The find creatively happened behind in October, yet a user of YourMKArcadeSource has recreated it in a new video that is still fascinating to watch. 

It’s called a “EJB Menu,” that is presumably named after Mortal Kombat creator Ed J. Boon. Players contingency submit a really specific array of symbol commands to entrance it, and any game’s formula is different. It involves dire a retard symbol mixed times and swapping between doing it for actor one and actor two.

Once inside, there is a engorgement of secrets to discover. In Mortal Kombat 1 and 2, accessing a menu, lets players watch all of a impression endings, submit initials directly into a game’s leaderboard, run debug tests and more.

There is even some-more to do in Mortal Kombat 3‘s version of a menu. In that chronicle of a EJB Menu, players can watch all of a game’s fatalities as good as play a super-difficult chronicle of a arcade classical Galaga.

So far, it isn’t famous if this tip menu is permitted in console versions of a 3 games. Considering a EJB menu has a series of arcade specific functions, we’re guessing a answer is no, yet one commenter on a YouTube video says it does work in Midway Arcade Treasures 2, that facilities a series of classical Midway games alongside Mortal Kombat. Regardless, a fact that players are still finding secrets in these games some-more than 20 years after is crazy. You can watch a demo of a tip menu below.

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