Category: Fightcade

Hokuto Wins the Monday Night Fightcade TOURNAMENT OF LEGENDS III Qualifier!

Congratulations to Hokuto for qualifying for TOURNAMENT OF LEGENDS III by defeating yito2k in a thrilling grand finals in the Monday Night Fightcade qualifier!

Video: Twitch
Brackets: Challonge

1. Hokuto (Claw)
2. yito2k (Dhalsim)
3. Ganelon (Claw)
4. x64 (Honda)
5. H-Zero (O. Sagat)
5. RealDecoy (Blanka)
7. SuperV_ (Boxer)
7. Scuzbucket (Chun-Li)

Also, please check out the TOURNAMENT OF LEGENDS III fundraiser at to help support ST Revival with tournament expenses and pick up some awesome Super Turbo related goodies in the process. If you can’t swing a full donation for one of the prizes, a small donation of even a couple of dollars is still greatly appreciated! The next Japanese invite will be unlocked at $1950!


Zagi wins the first Fightcade Offline Festival

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Zagi took the win in both solo and team tournaments at the first edition of the FOF in the last weekend of May.
Nearly 40 candy cabinets, some of them very rare, had all sorts of shmup, puzzle and fighting games.
8 French players travelled to Spain for the tournaments.

Video of team tournament finals:
Videos of the solo tournament:
Bracket solo tournament:


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Monday Night Fightcade 1.1 Results

Results from the inaugural Monday Night Fightcade hosted by @arkedeum. ELO rankings will be updated soon.

Monday Night Fightcade 1.1
October 17, 2016
Players: 32

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All Monday Night Fightcade events will be streamed by Arakadeum.

The Monday Night Fightcade ELO page.

Read more about the ELO rating system.

More information about Monday Night Fightcade.

Monday Night Fightcade Debuts This Monday!

Monday Night Fightcade Promotional Banner

Arkadeum is hosting a weekly Super Turbo ELO league on Fightcade taking place Mondays at 8PM PST / 11PM EST. The debut takes place tomorrow, October 17th.

To signup visit the Monday Night Fightcade signup page on Challonge.


  • North America only (USA, Canada, Mexico).
  • 200ms ping or lower to host. NO WIFI!
  • 2 out of 3 games / 3 out of 5 games for Winner’s/Loser’s/Grand finals.
  • Akuma is banned.
  • 32 player cap.

Arkadeum will be streaming live at:

The Monday Night Fightcade ELO page.

Read more about the ELO rating system.

More information about Monday Night Fightcade.

Fightmania Championship Results


Yito2k takes the Fightmania Online Championship by defeating Technical Monkey in the grand finals. Ultracombo takes 3rd place.  Congrats to all the winners and thanks to everyone who participated.  Special thank you to Sabin for streaming and providing prizes, Sergjiev for his help and also providing prizes and to eltrouble for running the brackets.  And last but not least, Pof, for all his work on Fightcade.
FIGHTMANIA Online Championship – 11.29.14

Entries: 32
Bracket: Challonge

1st – yito2k (Dhalsim) – Wins ToL II signed poster.
2nd – Technical Monkey (Chun-Li) – Wins $50 gift certificate to Focus Attack
3rd – ultracombo (O. Sagat) – Wins Dragon Age:Inquisition game
4th – Hokuto (Claw)
5th – Nomrah
5th – CPU
7th – RealDecoy
7th – MegamanX8

1st – yito – poster
2nd – technical – $50 FA gift card
3rd – ultracombo – Dragon Age: Inquisitions

FightMania tournament taking place 11/29 on Fightcade

Fightcade, Sabin, Arkadeum and ST Revival will be hosting FightMania, a special Online Tournament being held on Fightcade.  The tournament will take place Saturday, November 29th.  eltrouble, Sergjiev and Sabin will be running the tournament and Sabin will be streaming the tournament live on his Twitch TV Channel.


– Tournament will be run on Fightcade.  You can download Fightcade here for Windows/Mac/Linux:

– Double Elimination
– Matches are 2/3 games – Grand Finals are 3/5 games.
– No Character Lock.  Players may switch characters between opponents and after they lose a game.
– Akuma is banned. O. Zangief “magic grab” glitch is banned.
– Tournament is capped at 32 players.
– Participants are restricted to North America (USA, Canada, Mexico)
– If two players cannot connect, an alternative method may be used (GGPO/Supercade) or a coin-flip will determine the winner.
– Anyone caught using macros or turbo will be DISQUALIFIED.

– The tournament will be streamed live by Sabin @


– The winner will be recognized as the FightMania 2014 Champion and will receive a $25 gift certificate to Focus Attack and a special TOURNAMENT OF LEGENDS II poster signed by the competitors.

Fightcade is released – Online gaming for ST

Retro arcade gaming platform for Netplay. Play your favorite Retro VS Games online!

@pof has released his GGPO server re-implementation, called FightCade. It’s in beta but you can visit and download (Windows, Linux and MacOS) it to help betatest and enjoy.

Two new features not on GGPO have already been implemented, with more great features hopefully coming in the future:

1. No more port-fowarding! (Finally!)
2. Saved replays. (All games are saved server side, and you can watch them later. similar to Supercade, although there’s no interface to host the replays yet, it’s planned to be finished in the near future.)



The two most used platforms for online arcade gaming are Supercade and GGPO. Unfortunately, none of them are actively supported nor maintained by their authors anymore. In the case of Supercade the service might be discontinued anytime after October 2014. GGPO servers have been suffering long down time periods recently.

This project is a new online arcade gaming platform heavily based on GGPO. The goal is to enhance current features as well as add new community requests to improve the overall experience. It’s very possible that new features are first created for Super Street Fighter II Turbo and later might be added for other games.