playing Street Fighter II at Kenji's place twenty years ago, we would say things like "Blanka looks and acts like Dan and Gurumustuk is like Dhalsim." kids can be so cruel, but so can adults who refuse to grow up. battle with the folks of Chuck River's class of 1992. new moves, stupid text, altered graphics -- oh, my! to play, you will need to download a SNES emulator ( LMGTFY ) and this CRF92 game file* ( CRF92 ). did you download a copy before 1/1/11? do it again for the latest updates. below are some screen captures (and, at the very end of this page, a movie of an old version) of the game. I hope you enjoy it. shoryuken!
*if you do not agree to all of the terms that follow below, do not download a copy.
 - the copy you download is for your non-commercial personal use.
 - you will not use this file in any way for personal gains beyond entertainment nor will you profit financially from its use.
 - any possible adverse effects to your computer (and the systems networked with it) that may be the result of downloading and executing the file are your risks that are to be remedied at nobody's expense beyond your own.
CRF92 is available for the purpose of preservation and archival reproduction and is protected under ruling 1201 of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, 11/27/06. the administratively created anti-circumvention exemption amendment is applicable to this file as stated in the Digital Millennium Copyright Act H.R. 2281: "computer programs and video games distributed in formats that have become obsolete and that require the original media or hardware as a condition of access, when circumvention is accomplished for the purpose of preservation or archival reproduction of published digital works by a library or archive. a format shall be considered obsolete if the machine or system necessary to render perceptible a work stored in that format is no longer manufactured or is no longer reasonably available in the commercial marketplace." the hardware required to operate CRF92 and its technology have been obsolete and commercially unavailable for well over a decade. the cessation of development and production of said obsolete hardware indisputably aligns CRF92 with the anti-circumvention exemption amendment.
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