Karnov's Revenge
Arcade flyer
Developer(s)SNK, Data East, Sega, Rutubo Games (Sega Saturn), D4 Enterprise (Wii Virtual Console), G-mode, Onan Games (Zeebo), Hamster Corporation (PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch)
Publisher(s)SNK, Data East, Zeebo, D4 Enterprise, Hamster Corporation
Release dateArcade
JP March 17, 1994
Neo Geo
WW April 28, 1994
Neo Geo CD
US December 22, 1994
SEGA Saturn
JP January 4, 1997
Wii Virtual Console
JP June 8, 2010
UK December 3, 2010
US December 27, 2010
MX April 13, 2010
BR April 16, 2010
PlayStation 4
AS November 16, 2017
EU December 4, 2017
NA December 16, 2017
Xbox One & Nintendo Switch
WW November 16, 2017
GenreFighting game
Game modesSingle-player, multiplayer
Platform(s)Arcade, Neo Geo, Neo Geo CD, SEGA Saturn, Wii Virtual Console, Zeebo, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch

Fighter's History Dynamite, also known as Karnov's Revenge, is a 1994 fighting game for the Neo-Geo, and the followup to Fighter's History. All returning characters have new moves, and Clown and Karnov are now playable characters while newcomers Zazie and Yungmie were introduced.

The Super Famicom game Fighter's History: Mizoguchi Kiki Ippatsu!! is heavily based on Dynamite, and is believed to have been meant as a port. Dynamite itself would be ported to the Sega Saturn, and Mizoguchi Kiki Ippatsu!! was even thrown in as a bonus.



There exists a two-volume manga that ties in with the game.


For some reason, fans of the game are known to sometimes set up Samchay-only tournaments.


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