The First Samurai is a fantasy platform game developed by Vivid Image and published by Image Works in 1991 initially for the Amiga and Atari ST. Later it was ported to several other platforms, including DOS.
Year: 1991 Genre: Platformerarcade basher fantasy fighting hack and slash martial arts platform real-time
Super Street Fighter II: The New Challengers (or simply Super Street Fighter 2) is the fourth chapter of the popular series of beat-em-ups based on the Street Fighter II arcade created by Capcom.
Year: 1995 Genre: Beat-'em-up2 players aga arcade competitive fighting martial arts multiplayer versus
Last Ninja 2: Back with a Vengeance is the sequel to the popular action adventure The Last Ninja. Released initally for the Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum and Amstrad CPC in 1988, it wa...c64 original game commodore 64 fighting martial arts mythology ninja progressive beat-em-up puzzle-solving
Street Fighter is a fighting game created by Capcom and released initially as an arcade in 1987. It is the first chapter of the fighting series that became popular thanks to the sequel, Street Fighter II.
Year: 1988 Genre: Beat-'em-uparcade competitive fighting martial arts multiplayer
Ninja Remix is the conversion for Amiga and Atari ST of the Commodore 4 hit created by System 3, The Last Ninja. This action adventure is probably the best game ever created for th...fighting isometric japan martial arts mythology ninja progressive beat-em-up puzzle-solving
Karateka is a martial arts fighting game and the first title created by the famous designer Jordan Mechner, author of Prince of Persia. Karateka was developed by Mechner for the Apple II and published in 1984 by Brøderbund.
Year: 1985 Genre: Beat-'em-upapple 2 original game fighting martial arts progressive beat-em-up
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 Beam Software and published by Melbourne House in 1985.
Year: 1985 Genre: Beat-'em-up2 players c64 original game commodore 64 fighting martial arts versus
Budokan: The Martial Spirit is a martial arts fighting game developed and published by Electronic Arts in 1989 for the Amiga and DOS. Since its release, it has been ported to many other platforms.
Year: 1989 Genre: Simulation2 players competitive fighting martial arts multiplayer versus
Tiger Road is a side-scrolling beat 'em up released by Capcom in 1987. The game was designed by Tokuro Fujiwara, who directed also the Ghosts 'n Goblins series and many other arcades.
Year: 1989 Genre: Beat-'em-uparcade coin-op conversion martial arts progressive beat-em-up side-scrolling
Chambers of Shaolin is a martial arts action game developed by the German company Thalion Software and published by Grandslam in 1989 for the Amiga, Commodore 64, and Atari ST. Thi...
Year: 1989 Genre: Beat-'em-up2 players atari st competitive fighting martial arts versus
Sword of Honour is a beat-em-up action-adventure set in ancient Japan, where you impersonate a Ninja that has to regain the trust of his Shogun by recovering a sword. The game was ...
Year: 1992 Genre: Beat-'em-upaction-adventure fighting japan martial arts ninja progressive beat-em-up side-scrolling single screen
Brutal: Paws of Fury is a competitive beat-em-up created by GameTek for SEGA CD and Mega Drive/Genesis in 1994. The game was also ported and released for the Amiga, SNES, and MS-DOS.
Year: 1994 Genre: Beat-'em-up2 players 2d cartoon competitive fighting martial arts versus
Hammerfist is a sci-fi action/puzzle game developed by Vivid Image and published by Activision Limited in 1990 for the Amiga, Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum, Amstrad CPC, and Atari ST. ...
Year: 1990 Genre: Beat-'em-upcyberpunk martial arts platform science fiction
The Karate Kid: Part II is a beat-em-up based on the popular movie of the '80s with Ralph Macchio and Pat Morita. The game was created by Steve Bak and Pete Lyon and published by MicroDeal in 1987 for the Amiga and Atari ST.
Year: 1987 Genre: Beat-'em-up2 players competitive licensed martial arts movies single screen versus