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Mortal Kombat: The Ultimate Fighting Game

MORTAL KOMBAT MOBILE conveys its trademark Fatalities to mobile, with dazzling graphics, and over-the-top moves! Accumulate an elite team of Mortal Kombat fighters now and establish yourself in the greatest fighting tournament on Earth.


Assemble a team of Mortal Kombat 11 comfort characters in mobile! The MK11 team is tremendously versatile, packed with exclusive abilities and powerful team synergies to impose pain onto your enemies.

The MK11 collection includes MK11 Raiden, Scorpion, Jade, Sub-Zero, Kabal, and Skarlet, and they are just as lethal as their console counterparts! They even carry out the same Fatal Blow!


Form your own team of fighters and escort them into clash to earn occurrence, new special attacks, and control artifacts.

Then lineup up warriors with exceptional synergies to get a benefit over your enemies such as Team Ronin, Team Nightmare, and Team Day of the Dead!

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Pull together over 130 characters including veterans like Scorpion, Johnny Cage, Sub-Zero, Cassie Cage, Ermac, and many others.

also, determine the newest additions to Mortal Kombat Mobile such as the bloodthirsty Vampiress Mileena,

soccer champion Kombat Cup Sonya Blade, unexplained Klassic Reptile, and fighter princess Ronin Kitana.


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Verify yourself and complete a series of matches to bring fresh Mortal Kombat warriors to your roster! A fresh challenge begins every week!


Struggle with other players in Faction Wars, an online competitive mode where players employ other player teams. Rank up in your own Faction’s leaderboard to make weekly prizes.


Unlock unique character customizations in Feats of Strength.

Win battles to show off your mastery with unbounded combinations of action-packed Victory Stances, insulting Victory Taunts, and champion-worthy War Banners.

Unchaining Feats of Strength also advances stats for characters!


Mortal Kombat Mobile carries its trademark Fatalities to mobile,

with spectacular graphics, and over-the-top moves that will blow you right in the guts.

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Send characters on epic Quests to make special rewards! Commence your journey in Outworld and construct your way to Netherrealm!


Mortal Kombat Mobile shows high-quality visuals. While the presentation is not optimized on devices with less than 1.0 GB RAM.

MK Mobile is an online-only amusement.

A minimum of 1.1 GB of free space is requisite on your device.

Content is normally suitable for ages 17 and up. Contains passionate violence, blood, and gore.

Mortal kombat: Finishing moves

The basic Fatalities are finishing moves that permit the victorious characters to end a match in a particular way by murdering their defeated, powerless opponents in a gruesome manner, usually in the predefined ways fashionable for the given character.

Mortal combat gameplay Review
Mortal combat gameplay Review

The only exception from this is Mortal Kombat: Armageddon, which as a substitute features the Create-A-Fatality.

that allows the players to execute their own Fatalities by conducting a series of violent moves selected from a pool that is common for all characters. 

Other finishing moves in the various Mortal Kombat games embrace Animalities (introduced in Mortal Kombat 3) turning a victor into an animal to violently stop off the opponent;

Brutality (introduced in Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3) which is bashing an enemy into pieces with a long combo of hits;

and Stage Fatalities/Death Traps (introduced in the original Mortal Kombat Pit Stage where the winner can uppercut their opponent off of the platform into a bed of spikes below.

Later made more complicated in Mortal Kombat II by requiring exact and dissimilar button series to be pressed) utilizing parts of convinced stages to carry out a lethal finishing move (such as a pool of acid).

Mortal Kombat: Deception furthered the Hara-Kiri,

It’s a self-Fatality allowing the losers to connect in a suicidal finishing move.

Most of all this enabled a probable race between both players to see if the winning player can close off. The losing player before the losing character can murder himself or herself first.

There are also some peaceful finishing shifts in the series.

Friendship moves: launched in Mortal Kombat II resulting in displays of friendship towards the enemy instead of slaughter.

Probably that was made as a comical response to the concentration the series collected due to its violent content.

Also introduced in MKII was the Babality, which turns the enemy into a baby and is humorous in the same vein. 

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