Kung-Fu: The Way of the Exploding Fist (Commodore 64)

Kung-Fu: The Way of the Exploding Fist is one of the most popular fighting games of the 80s.

AliasThe Way of the Exploding Fist
Year1985
GenreBeat-'em-up
Rating4.5 (4.5)10
PublisherMelbourne House
DeveloperBeam Software
Updated2016-12-18
TAGSfighting martial arts

Game Review

Kung-Fu: The Way of the Exploding Fist is one of the most popular fighting games of the 80s. It's a martial arts fighting game created by Gregg Barnett for the Beam Software and released in 1985.

The game was developed on the Commodore 64 and it was later ported to Amstrad CPC, ZX Spectrum, BBC Micro, Acorn Electron and Commodore 16. It uses an incredible amount of sprites to create realistic movements of the fighters, which can perform 16 different moves.

The game was elected game of the year at the Golden Joystick Awards and it's present in many list of the best games for different platforms.

The use of controllers is strongly suggested, just enter the menu of VICE to configure controls.



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