Have you ever wanted to make your own fighting game but didn't have the time or the knowledge to do so? Well MUGEN is the first step for any fighting game fan with these dreams to start. With MUGEN, you can build your own fighting game with all the characters you wish, just look at mine for example. Building a MUGEN is very simple and will only take about one day to learn! Perfect for anyone with a weekend appetite for gaming! So sit back and let's explore the world of MUGEN!

Step 1: Download MUGEN

 First step is to download MUGEN. The site is here. Once you download it, unzip it using whatever program you wish, I use 7Zip. This is the basic MUGEN that most people start out with. Very bland, gray and has two characters with 12 slots for more characters.
<p>i have broken mugen motif one of the best...but i didn't arrange it well..and my characters appear out of the box. the roster is by me and my brother..alone..in 5-4 days...was haard work..i dont know how to upload the entire game its 12 gb..400 char or 300..and 34 stages </p>
<p>I cant open .def files, what program do I need to open those</p>
<p>notepad.</p><p>right click - open with - notepad. </p>
<p>In the IMT01 skin (8400 char screenpack) there is categories for your characters. </p><p>Does anyone know how to change the category names? I tried editing it in the select.def file but it does not make the change when i start the program. I also could not find the list in the system.def file.</p><p>I would like to make my own categories and eliminate some of the ones i know i will not use. Any help is appreciated. </p>
<p>Help! My characters are appearing outside the boxes.</p>
<p>You placed your char files in the portion of the notepad that said &quot;blank&quot; it is left blank because if you place a character there it will appear outside of the box. Scroll down in your notepad until you see &quot;CharName[001]&quot; or &quot;kfm&quot; (stands for kung fu man) and replace that with your Kekashi file name. Then Kekashi (or whomever you choose) will appear in that slot. Sometimes the characters you download do not have icons that fit into the small sized boxes that this screenpack has, and they will appear elsewhere, however (in this case) you should still be able to select the character on the block he is suppose to be inside. The picture may just appear elsewhere. </p>
<p>Ok I'm having this problem...There's a blank spot in front of Snake and I can't figure out why...can anyone help please?</p>
<p>tried mugen on files but still will not work/characters wont show</p>
<p>What is the name of the screenpack in the first picture? please reply thanks :D</p>
<p>it's the same one that he linked for you to download, there are 4 different options. Each one looks different because they vary in roster size, the first image is option 3. To get option 3, go into the data folder, select the Mugen file (CFG) and make sure there is a ; in front of the word motif for options 1,2 and 4 and remove the one in front of motif under option 3. Then go to folder IMT03 (still in the data folder) and add the characters names into that select.def file instead of the one in folder IMT04.</p>
<p>to open the Mugen file (CFG), use notepad.</p>
<p>I found a fix to get your chars to show. instead of edtiingt the slect.def in ITM04 do it in ITMO3, is that does not work, edit it in ITM02. do all the same steps just igrone the ITM04.</p>
<p>or just go into the data folder and open the mugen (CFG file) file with notepad and choose the 70 character motif <br>under the Select Screen section. To do this make sure there is a <br> ; in front of the the word motif in option 1,2 &amp; 3 and remove the ; in front of the <br>one under option 4 and then make sure you added characters to the <br>select.def in the right folder (this one being 004). If you want more than 70 characters, choose one of the other options in this doc instead and then go into the appropriate folder (the pics show the roster image) and edit that specific Select.def</p>
<p>please help. when i extracted IMT Blue two files (system.sff and VSelect.exe) dont extract. I have tried multiple times. WinRar says it is a VCC error, pls help can play game with files.</p>
<p>try it again or maybe use 7Zip to extract it instead.</p>
<p>I do all this, and then I open it, and only the kung fu man shows up! Please help!</p>
<p>to get them to show up, make sure you have the right set up, go into the data folder and open mugen (CFG file) with notepad and choose the 70 character motif under the Select Screen section. it will tell you to make sure there is a ; in front of theones you don't want and remove the ; in front of the one you do want and then make sure you added characters to the select.def in the right folder (this one being 004)</p>
<p>Thanks, but my characters won't be in my roster :(</p>
<p>My characters aren't showing up on my selection screen, and I followed the tutorial perfectly, what happened?</p>
I don't know if I'm stupid, or just technically challenged, but I seem to not have the ability to get the characters to appear on the selection screen. Any help would be great. Thanks.
<p>Same here!</p>
Sorry but do to the policy held in place by the MUGEN community, i am not to share a screenpack with characters that I didn't make myself. Making your own is the fastest way
could you upload yours complete so i can just download and play it

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