Another Street Fighter project but this time using the Scorpion Engine on the Amiga?

The Scorpion Engine is becoming the go to development tool for the Amiga, as not only can you create some pretty decent looking games, but unlike other software creation tools such as BackBone they don't run at a snails pace on anything but a power house of an Amiga. Thankfully one such creator shows what could be possible although don't expect this one to be a full time project, is Federico Nisoli's  demo'd Street Fighter; a game which originally appeared on the Arcades, and was then ported to pretty much every system you could think of, including such systems as the Amiga (poorly), Atari St and even the ZX Spectrum.

To be honest I don't see Federico Nisoli turning this into a full game however, as he has noted that although the footage is a small demo which was made in half an hour, most of which was ripping the sprites....It was supposed to be a joke post. Still not to say others might not take up the reigns to make this happen, as he states in regards to the Scorpion Engine and our final piece on this for now. "It is an amazing tool, you can do pretty much anything with it. Castlevania remake/clone would be totally possible. Maybe I will try something similar when I will finish Super Delivery Boy". 

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