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License:
Shareware ($12)
Multiplayer:
Up to 2 players, Simultaneous shared keyboard competitive
DOSBox:
Yes
For Kids:
No. Violence and/or sexual content
Resolution:
320 × 200
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Outlaw 97 screenshot
Outlaw 97 gameplay screenshot
DOSGames.com Review:  Rating: 2
Outlaw 97 is a visually-upgraded remake of the Atari 2600 game "Outlaw". Two players choose their fighters from a Street Fighter-style arrangement, and battle it out in an arena-style fight to the death. There are only three fighters available in the shareware version (eight in the full version): Sgt. Blade (military guy), TEX WACO (a sheriff), and Officer Wilbur (a police officer). It doesn't seem like your choice makes any difference in how the game plays, except the optional fatalities (which I think you only know if you register). The controls for the left player are a bit awkward, but at least they're clearly explained in-game. Not a lot of replay value here, but it does provide a slightly updated version of the Atari classic game.
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      ░▒▓ OUTLAW 1997 ▓▒░
A TWO player battle to the death.
Blood, guts, and  FATALITY SCENES!!!!!
Requires 386+ & VGA. AdLib/SB supported.

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