Three Dirty Dwarves is a unique three-player brawler made exclusively for the Sega Saturn. You play as a trio of dwarves who escaped a Dungeons and Dragons game and must fight their way through the real world to save a group of genius children. Its unique combat engine has a ton of moves and is very projectile-heavy. You can freely switch between the three dwarves at any time, and they have completely unique attacks. Also, each dwarf counts as a hitpoint that can be regained by attacking him when he's down.
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This game is similar to Guardian Heroes in that it's a cartoony, innovative brawler for the Saturn.
This is the only brawler with the unique "1 character = 1 hitpoint" system.
Three Dirty Dwarves is alright. It has unique projectile-heavy combat, a cool gimmick, and a unique aesthetic style. However, its combat is fairly sloppy and puts an annoyingly strong emphasis on avoiding traps. Additionally, it can be needlessly hard to figure out how to proceed. There are some cool bosses though.