Mortal Kombat 2’s source code has surfaced online and is available on GitHub for the community to download and scrutinize. The source code contains everything related to the game; all the canned assets, sprites, animations, and other particulars can be tinkered with in the code. Retro gamer enthousiast TehDrewsus, conducted almost a 3 hour live stream to explore the specifics of the surfaced Mortal Kombat 2 source code. Mortal Kombat II, which was released to arcades in 1993 and end of 1994 for Commodore Amiga was better than the original in every way possible. It was faster, sleeker, smarter, allowed you to be more reactive, had more characters, more fatalities, cooler bosses, and bigger ideas. It resulted in first-week sales of more than $50 million, which was more than Forrest Gump and The Lion King earned during their opening weeks that same year. For a time, it was the highest-selling video game ever.