Greet Fighting IV – relive the good old times

Have you ever played an arcade game? Maybe you have, maybe you haven’t but if you’ve touched such a machine you will fondly remember the times when you had to find coins first to enjoy short 2-3 minutes playing and then the excitement that remains. Fortunately not everything is lost and you will have the chance to relive these times once again – in a slightly different manner.

Greet Fighting IV is one of the games that will take you to these times. It is basically a clone of Street Fighter II ported to Android. You get the same playable characters, the same music and the same game play – just on an Android device!

Unfortunately you must have a powerful tablet, smartphone, etc. to play this game as it appears to be somewhat demanding. We experienced occasional frame rate drops, music that slows down and other unpleasant effects that point at slow hardware. So don’t expect to play it on an entry-level Android device; you’d better have some nice power inside before you try this game.

You can find Greet Fighter IV right here.

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