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Kung Fu Master

Kung Fu Master (XSX) game cover art
Platform: Apple II
Developer: Unknown
More Platforms: Atari 2600, Atari 7800, Game Boy


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Kung Fu Master review

Reviewed February 05, 2004

bloomer says: "Kung Fu Master reminds me of the glory days in the 1980s when my favourite personal computer, the Apple II, co-ruled the roost with the Commodore 64 in terms of snapping up ports of popular arcade titles. As the 1990s approached, the eight-bit Apple II would begin to struggle badly to deal with the ports of the more technically demanding games being thrown at it, and bizarrely, nearly all of these titles came from Data East. From Ikari Warriors to Robocop... On the Apple, none of these ar..."
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