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Mortal Kombat 2
Unplayable.

Mortal Kombat Trilogy
Unavailable in R-Zone, Game.com, and Tiger LCD versions. Unlockable character in Nintendo 64 version; initially playable in all other versions he appears in.

Mortal Kombat Advance
Unlocked upon completing the Warrior tower.

Mortal Kombat (2011)
Also a hidden boss character in Ladder Mode with his MK2 moves.
axe copycat demonic gray_outfit longhair
muffler ninja rope_weapon teleporter

Mortal Kombat (2011)
Also a hidden boss character in Ladder Mode with his MK2 moves.
axe copycat demonic gray_outfit longhair
muffler ninja rope_weapon teleporter
Mortal Kombat Trilogy
Playable Character
9/1/1996
Unavailable in R-Zone, Game.com, and Tiger LCD versions. Unlockable character in Nintendo 64 version; initially playable in all other versions he appears in.
Mortal Kombat Advance
Hidden Character
1/1/1999
Unlocked upon completing the Warrior tower.
Mortal Kombat (2011)
Playable Character
4/19/2011
Also a hidden boss character in Ladder Mode with his MK2 moves.
Portrayed by Ken Lally
Mortal Kombat: Komplete Edition
Playable Character
2/28/2012
Also a hidden boss character in Ladder Mode with his MK2 moves.
Portrayed by Ken Lally
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Non-Smoking Section
In the emulated version of Mortal Kombat II included in the Xbox and PlayStation 2 action game "Mortal Kombat: Shaolin Monks", due to Pause being configured on the controller as Start, it is impossible to fight against Smoke. The irony in this, is that in order to unlock MKII within Shaolin Monks, you must complete a series of quests given to you... by Smoke.

This flub was also present in Midway Arcade Treasures 2's emulation of the game, but the irony is lost there.

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