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Thanks to the Internet, nearly any game of the past can be downloaded and emulated, and almost every piece of information has been documented somewhere… except perhaps the world of Japanese home computers, arguably the last uncharted frontier for English-speaking games enthusiasts.
Long forgotten is the legend of Gaurodan, the bird of thunder, and his fight with Guayota, the fire beast. But now mankind has discovered the egg of Guayota within Mount Teide, and it is only a matter of time until Guarodan returns from the sky to fight the beast and punish us for awakening his ancient enemy.
Fly around the Canary Islands as Gaurodan, and destroy cities, armies and colossal creatures in your path throught this frantic shmup, created for the lovers of classic games that require mastering.
You’ll need some mastering to play this game because controls are not the usual: you have two buttons to shoot air-air and air-ground, and you can’t stop moving in the air. Thia game is inspired by early titles like Defender, Choplifter or Sky Kid in terms of gameplay, and has a similar production style to other arcade games like Commando, Gyrodine or 1942.
Kung-Fu Master, known in Japan as Spartan X (スパルタンX Suparutan X ), is a 1984 beat ’em up arcade game developed and published in Japan by Irem. It was later published in North America by Data East. The Japanese version was based on the Jackie Chan movie Wheels on Meals, known as Spartan X in Japan, and credited “Paragon Films Ltd., Towa Promotion”, who produced the film upon which it was based. The game is considered by many to be the first beat ’em up video game, and contains elements of Bruce Lee’s Game of Death.
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