The Super NES port of Fighter’s History was developed and published by Data East for the North American and Japanese Market in 1994. The original arcade game was developed by Data East and released in 1993.
Samchay Tomyamgun is the fifth playable character. He is a Muay Thai master from Thailand. It is not explained why he enters the tournament, but he is known to care deeply about his three siblings (2 brothers and a sister).
Samchay is a motion character. Along with his great variety of Muay Thai technique, he has three special moves. His Maddoron Jusaroppu is his projectile technique, shooting a green fireball to his opponent. His Ti-Kau-Koon is a powerful flying knee technique that can hit twice in its medium and fierce variation. His third move, the Pappusoukau, causes him to rush to his opponent, delivering a strong kick that can also hit twice. He has a multi-hit elbow throw and a variant that he does with his knee. He will always do a set of three hits when performing the move.
Against the CPU, Samchay is very powerful, to the point that he is close to break against most of the cast. He can easily stun his opponent by combining his throws with his Ti-Kau-Koon and Pappusoukau moves. He also has incredible and highly damaging combo that can almost reach 100% of damage. Most of the casts are very vulnerable to his move because their weak point is either at the head or at the body. Lee, Jean and Marstorius are the only character that is not affected by this vulnerability, because their weak point is at the legs level. Like every character with a projectile, he can shoot one as his opponent is about the get up. The CPU will always get caught at the highest difficulty setting.
TAS tools were used in this playthrough.