DescriptionBased on the 1985 Hong Kong movie, "Mr. Vampire", Phantom Fighter puts the player in the role of a Chinese warrior who walks with your pupil through several Chinese towns taken by phantoms. Enter each house and beat 'em up using a variety of kung-fu moves. After defeating a phantom, you'll receive a special gift that recovers your energy or enhances your fighting skills. During the game, you talk to different people who help you to understand what's going on.
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- "霊幻道士" -- Japanese Spelling
- "Reigen Dōshi" -- Japanese title
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EnemiesThe "phantoms" in Phantom Fighter are actually JiangShi (僵尸), vampire-like creatures from Chinese mythology. Their distinctive hopping movement and forever-outstretched arms are due to rigor mortis.