Many of us still remember great fight classics like Street Fighter, Double Dragon or Streets of Rage. If you're among them, you can now bring back those good old memories with Little Fighter 2.
Little Fighter 2 pits you against up to 8 players, either human or computer-controlled, with support for LAN and Internet games. Each player controls a character (there's a bunch to choose from) and has special unique abilities that can be activated with key combos.
Little Fighter 2 features several types of game, including VS mode (one against one or two against two), Championship mode (a tournament with several stages), Stage mode (the classic side-scrolling beat 'em-up game) and Battle mode, a team-based variety. You can play them all on your own against computer-controlled characters, but Little Fighter 2 is undoubtedly much more fun when played against real human opponents.
Little Fighter 2 features manga-style graphics, not really realistic but very bright and colorful. Backgrounds are plain images depicting different locations. My main complaint about the graphics though is that the game's window is too small.
If you're looking for a fighting game in the style of old arcades, give Little Fighter 2 a try: it's simple, fun and totally free.