Food Fight takes the traditional trappings of an RPG and sets them in an elementary school cafeteria. Celebrated as "silly fun", Food Fight allows players to throw food at one another, rather than fight to the death.
One early iteration of Food Fight was written by "Rigor Mortis" as a "chain" for WWIV BBSes in the 1980s. His version 2.00c was released in 1987.
Michael Wilson of Compufax Software wrote and maintained a popular flavor of "Food Fight" during the years 1992-95. In his documentation, Wilson credited David Clifford with the idea for the game, saying he had been inspired by the "PIE SPLAT" door. Wilson's version of Food Fight was compatible with a wide range of BBS software. In 1993, he created a Food Fight Editor to allow sysops to edit or customize any part of the game.
Later in the 1990s, Carl Tice created "Food Fight II", an authorized 32-bit port of Wilson's "Food Fight" for the Wc5 platform.
- Food Fight v2.00c (Rigor Mortis)
- Food Fight v2.0 (Wilson)
- Food Fight v2.5 (Wilson)
- Food Fight v3.0 (Wilson)
- Food Fight v3.2 (Wilson)
- Food Fight v3.3 (Wilson)
- Food Fight v4.0 (Wilson)
- Food Fight v4.4 (Wilson)
- Food Fight v4.5 (Wilson)
- Food Fight v4.6 (Wilson)
- Food Fight v4.61 (Wilson)
- Food Fight Editor v1.1 (Wilson)
- Food Fight II v5.13 (Tice)
- Food Fight II v5.14 (Tice)
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