Ultimate Mortal Kombat is a handheld port of Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 released for the Nintendo DS. It is notable for being a near-arcade perfect port.

The character roster is exact the same one as the arcade version with Classic Sub-Zero, Mileena and Ermac being locked from the start. However, once unlocked, they remain so even after the game is turned off. The Ultimate Kombat Kodes have been cut in half, resulting in five slots due to only one player input. Players must touch the slots in the allotted time a specific number of times based on the original Kodes to unlock them. With the addition of a second screen, players can now view the movelist and finishers of whatever character they are playing as during gameplay though range specifications and Stage Fatalities are not displayed.

Included is the return of Puzzle Kombat from Mortal Kombat Deception though the locked characters have to be unlocked by accomplishing specific feats during gameplay as there is an absence of a Krypt. With the addition of a second screen, the actual fighting between the characters and the puzzle gameplay itself are on separate screens so as to no longer obscure actions being made or planned.

Players can play against one another through the Nintendo Wi-Fi connection with a tally of their records or simply play with others with a DS nearby through DS Download Play if they do not have a copy of the game.

Roster (UMK3Edit

Playable charactersEdit

Unlockable charactersEdit

Secret charactersEdit



Final BossEdit

Roster (Puzzle Kombat)Edit

Playable charactersEdit

  • Sub-Zero
  • Nightwolf
  • Baraka
  • Ermac
  • Scorpion
  • Sindel

Unlockable charactersEdit

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