Player Mode

Some articles on mode, players, player mode, modes, player:

List Of Space Invaders Video Games - Arcade Games
... only in Japan and used the Game Link Cable for the multiplayer mode ... Players are rewarded with money ... The game features a competitive two-player mode ...
Double Dragon V: The Shadow Falls - Overkills
... The game features four game modes Tournament Mode, Vs ... Battle, Quest Mode and Watch Mode ... Tournament Mode is an arcade-style single player mode, where the player competes against a series of computer-controlled opponents, with each character having their own ...
Street Fighter - History - Street Fighter II Series (1991)
... Street Fighter II was the first one-on-one fighting game to give players a choice from a variety of player characters with different moves, an option which created hitherto unknown ... Each player character had a fighting style with approximately 30 or more moves (including then-new grappling moves such as throws) as well as two or three special attacks per character ... In the single-player mode, the player's chosen character is pitted sequentially against the seven other main characters before confronting the final four 'boss ...
Musashi No Ken – Tadaima Shugyō Chu - Gameplay
... There are two different modes single player and two player VS ... mode ... On single player mode, the player depicts Musashi in the middle of his training ...
Bomberman (Turbo Grafx-16) - Gameplay - Multi-Player
... The game also includes a multi-player mode which allows up to five players to compete against one another ... This mode plays identically to the single-player mode, with the exception of power-ups being limited to only Bombs and Fire ... There is also an alternate multi-player mode, Skull Mode, in which skulls sometimes appear hidden beneath blocks, which are detrimental if picked up ...

Famous quotes containing the words mode and/or player:

    Literature exists at the same time in the modes of error and truth; it both betrays and obeys its own mode of being.
    Paul Deman (1919–1983)

    Intelligence and war are games, perhaps the only meaningful games left. If any player becomes too proficient, the game is threatened with termination.
    William Burroughs (b. 1914)