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Brawl Brothers
Box artwork for Brawl Brothers.
Japanese title ラッシング・ビート乱 複製都市
Developer(s) Jaleco
Publisher(s) Jaleco
Distributor(s)
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Wii Virtual Console
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Release date(s)
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SNES
Flag of the United States.svg April, 1993
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Genre(s) Beat 'em up
System(s) SNES, Wii VC, Wii U VC
Players 1-2
Mode(s) Single Player, Cooperative
Preceded by Rival Turf!
Followed by The Peace Keepers
Series Rushing Beat
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Brawl Brothers, known in Japan as Rushing Beat Run (ラッシング・ビート乱 複製都市 Rasshingu Biito Ran: Fukusei Toshi?, Rushing Beat Chaos: The City of Clones), is a side-scrolling beat 'em up made by Jaleco in 1992 for the SNES. It is the second game in the Rushing Beat series, succeeding the first game in the series, known as Rival Turf! outside of Japan. Versions of the game's box in certain European countries promote the game as Rival Turf 2.

It is the only known SNES game that features the Japanese version on the same cartridge, accessible through the use of a cheat code. The Japanese version of the game features different character names, no maze-like stages, an expanded ending sequence and the addition of a groin kick move for playable character Douglas Bild.

The game was followed by the release of The Peace Keepers in 1993.

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