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Kung-Fu Master arcade

Jan Doedel
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Kung-Fu Master was the first beat ’em up game. It was the video game equivalent of Bruce Lee’s Game of Death, and it was groundbreaking in 1984. It is cited as the inspiration for subsequent successes like Double Dragon, Final Fight, Captain Commando, and Streets of Rage.

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  1. Fuck I loved this game back in the day…..lashing in 10p's in like there was no tomorrow.

  2. Quien no lo va recordar esa época fenomenal

  3. Vine para saber que juego era el de la pregunta de "Quién quiere ser millonario"

  4. for a short while this was my favorite game. then came super Mario bros for nes.

  5. 6:30 Hey, you two on the right! Get outta here! This ain’t no peep show!

  6. If there was an intimidading game on the arcades, this was it! my biggest fear was the 3rd floor guy, lol!

  7. 2:26 this was one of the loudest games in the arcade. you could hear that laugh from outside

  8. Skyler Rancher is the Kung Fu master I beat the video game…

  9. Such great games back then, do you remember yier har Kung fu too?

  10. F*cking game is not well balanced cause 2nd and 4th floors are tougher than 3 and 5 which doesn't make sense but it was one of my favourite games. Still love this one 🙂

  11. Jajajaja al 6:23 valió madres Mr X después de 3 patadas voladoras

  12. I remenber of this game far more different, the color's pallet its was better and correct, and i had a trauma of ninja wielding a katana, he is not there, maybe i played a reboot?

  13. Hey jan doedel heb je nog meer arcade games

  14. Eu era viciado nosso, vendi muita garrafa retornavel na época pra jogar. Ia no aviário comprar frango acabava trazendo galinha só pela diferença do valor. Eu achava que enganava alguém.
    Kkkkk

  15. I fucking love the sound!!! Used to play the coin up version when the carousels arrived…time fleeing

  16. My friends and i were hooked o this game. I tried taping a string to the quarter to trick the machine. I was 13 in 1984

  17. didnt even know this nes classic had an arcade version lol

  18. Strange that the first scrolling beat 'em up started off by scrolling to the left on the first level.

  19. this is the first video game I've played. I was 5-6 years old I think

  20. The song throughout was originally used for the overworld map of Zelda

  21. People always like to cite Double Dragon as an impressive game and being one of the first beat em ups, but tbh, there's nothing impressive about it when it's running in low resolution and suffers from slowdown 24/7. This game has bigger sprites, more sprites, no slowdown and IS the first beat em up, and it came 3 years BEFORE Double Dragon!

    Irem definitely have underappreciated developers for sure.

  22. Al 5' piano pugni. bassi e spazzate,non solo calci volanti.e quando t spicci?i

  23. All these years and I never realized Mr. X recovered health.

  24. In the nes version isn't the 3rd lvl bad guy a black guy? And the last boss diffrent looking too? Or am I a victim of the Mandela effect

  25. Just watching this gives me the same stressful feeling I had while playing it.

  26. Frekin' legendary arcade. Each coin I asked for to my parents went to this

  27. To all the people who are speaking theories about the "happy days did not last long",

    That phrase would mean that Sylvia would get kidnapped again and again, no matter how many times Mr. X is defeated. FACE IT, EVERYONE! THIS IS THE MARIO SAVES PRINCESS PEACH PLOT!

  28. She was a gold digger, kept asking for more quarters

  29. One of the most difficult video games EVER made! Thanks for completing 🤩

  30. Guys be simping over a single broad to the point of getting their ass cut into pieces

  31. is this the C64 version? Doesn't seem to be as fluid as original arcade.

  32. Without this, there wouldn't be Double Dragon, River City Ransom, Final Fight, Streets of Rage, Turtles in Time, Etc.

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