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Fighting Warrior (Amstrad CPC)

Fighting Warrior Amstrad CPC Loading screen.

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Description

A Pharaoh has captured a Princess and imprisoned her in a temple, and it is your job to fight through perilous lands to get her back. This takes place in a side-view beat 'em up similar to Way of the Exploding Fist. Mythical winged and dog-headed monsters and half-human hybrids are your opponents, fought one at a time. You can duck and jump, and the weapon at your disposal can be used for high, middle and low strikes. Containers offering magical powers (both good and bad) can be found and unlocked. Once inside the temple there are more foes to defeat.

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Fighting Warrior Amstrad CPC Loading screen.
Fighting Warrior Amstrad CPC The <i>Evil Pharaoh</i> had a last trick on his sleeve. The odyssey was frozen seconds before they could embrace themselves... and the game crashes.
Fighting Warrior Amstrad CPC Let's fight.
Fighting Warrior Amstrad CPC (Our hero was capable of convincing the demigod that he was being exploited by the <i>Evil Pharaoh</i>.)<br>
- Piece.<br>
- Piece Bro.

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Alternate Titles

  • "Kung-Fu II: Sticks of Death" -- US title

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Critic Reviews

ASM (Aktueller Software Markt) Feb, 1986 6.75 out of 10 68
Computer and Video Games (CVG) Apr, 1990 51 out of 100 51

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  • CPC-Power (in French) (for Amstrad CPC: game database entry; package material; manual digitalizations; advertisement; magazine reviews; downloadable releases; additional material)
Martin Smith (62888) added Fighting Warrior (Amstrad CPC) on Mar 16, 2007
Other platforms contributed by Kabushi (165409) and Martin Smith (62888)