NEW: Part 4 (Installing the EVE screenpack): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=70ekJo...
Part 2 (How To Add Characters & Get More Character Slots): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9hlIXm...
Part 3 (How To Add Stages & BG Music): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2lRoL-...
Please watch the WHOLE video before asking any questions or concerns.
As a fan of the PC game Mugen, I decided to make a 3 part tutorial on it. I hope that this video will help you in some way. This is part 1/3 of my Mugen tutorials. In this part, you will learn how to download & install Mugen 1.0, the newest and greatest version.
First off, what is Mugen?
M.U.G.E.N or simply Mugen, is a 2d fighting game created by Elecbyte. Where you can add characters and stages and fight against other characters from any fictional/original works. It's a pretty popular game.
There are many different play modes such as:
- Vs Mode (2 player only)
- Team Arcade
- Team Vs (2 player only)
- Team CO-OP (2 player only)
- Survival CO-OP (2 player only)
You can create your own characters/stages and insert them to the game.
-Download Link To Download Mugen 1.0 (I recommend downloading the latest stable version):
-Download Link To Download 7zip:
-Windows Users, Link To See If Your Computer Is a 64 bit or 32 bit (Instructions on how):
To Mac & Linux Users: If you go to the 'Download' section of this website you will find unofficial packages of 7zip for you guys and or for other systems.
Any questions or comments regarding this video, please leave a comment.
Songs used in this video are:
1st Song: Overdrive by Iyosis
2nd Song: Happy Sky Poodle by Y&CO from Beatmania.
DISCLAIMER: I DOT NOT OWN THE SONGS. NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED.
Happy Sky Poodle © Y&CO
Overdrive © Iyosis
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