|A Martial Arts Multi-screen Platformer.||Atari 8-bit||gametrader (229)|
|A challenge for platform die-hards.||PC Booter||Trixter (8745)|
|One of the great platformers of the era||Commodore 64||James Hofmann (13)|
|Pretty fun kung-fu action game||Commodore 64||OlSkool_Gamer (99)|
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Bruce Lee auf dem Brotkasten sollte man einfach gespielt haben! Es ist ein relativ kurzes und einfaches Spiel, aber es macht immer wieder einen Heidenspaß. Und das ist ja schließlich genau das, was man von einem Spiel erwartet, oder nicht? Dies ist auch mein Schlusswort zu diesem genialen Spiel.
The urge to see the wizard's entire fortress is soon addictive. You won't rest easy until you've seen the entire game. A classic platform game with unmissable addictive action.
Atari 8-bitThe Video Game Critic
Bruce Lee's attention to detail is exceptional and often surprisingly so. The scenery is remarkably rich, with elaborate structures and statues that appear to have depth. You might expect that jumping onto a ladder would allow for an easy escape from foes, but those crazy SOB's will try to kick you off of it! I also love how dropping down on enemies knocks them on their butts. The game has no serious flaws, although the controls can be tricky when navigating moving vines. Long appreciated by 8-bit computer users but virtually unknown to console gamers, Bruce Lee is fun to play even after you've mastered it.
In wieweit Kung Fu bzw. Karate mittels Joystick langfristig fesseln kann, sei dahingestellt. Meine anfängliche Skepsis ist geblieben, — vielleicht auch nur deshalb, weil es mir noch nicht gelang, durch alle Kammern zu kommen.
Commodore 64Commodore User
Crude graphics, ploppy sound but bags of fun to be had for your Yen.
Commodore 64Commodore User
Bruce Lee was the first of US Gold's really big hits when it was launched on the Atari earlier this year. Now 64 owners can get in on the action.
ZX SpectrumSinclair User
Leaping from the big screen to the small screen, Bruce Lee encourages you to practice the ancient art of Kung-Fu from the safety of an armchair. You would think that immortality on screen would be enough, but no, Bruce wants infinite wealth as well no doubt to keep him going in the afterlife – from a wizard who dwells beneath a temple in the Himalayas.
Commodore 64Your Commodore
Although the game looks horrible, the sound isn't too bad and it still plays pretty well considering it's age.
ZX SpectrumYour Spectrum
The problem is, it's just too easy - I'm no black belt but I beat the game on only my fifth attempt. There is an option to play against an opponent which will keep competitive cowards happy but in the end you'll probably long for a bit of real physical contact.