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There are sixteen possible moves in two modes which puts Yie Ar Kung Fu a notch or two above the multitude of beat 'em ups that have been launched over the years. Again, all 8 bit titles were converted to a good standard.
Imagine don't have many Amstrad games under their belt but nothing they have ever done compares to this. The graphics are superb and the fighting action the best I have seen. The movement of the warriors is great. I love the way the vanquished chap ends up on the floor, legs waving in the air. As far as I am concerned the people who converted this to the Amstrad have done a first class job: they have set a standard by which I will judge other games.