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Initial screens are interesting and encouraging but the challenge heightens when the Orient goes high-tech, eg electrical beams, pan lights and exploding bushes (what??) to
supplement the ninja and Yamo. In addition
to pause and quit game features, Bruce Lee
allows one or two players in various combinations of roles.
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.
[Budget re-release] 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.
[Budget re-release] Its blocky graphics are easily overlooked as you get involved in an excellent mix of platform, beat 'em up and arcade adventure.
It's an attractive game though, and deserves to be a success.
[Budget re-release] Crude graphics, ploppy sound but bags of fun to be had for your Yen.
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.
[Beat-em-up round-up] Although the game looks horrible, the sound isn't too bad and it still plays pretty well considering it's age.
Quite a good game although I would have prefered the sprites a bit bigger so I could see what I was doing.