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[Tier: Vault]Arcade Kung-Fu Master in 03:18.44 by £e Nécroyeur.
MAME-rr movie (.mar) (date: 2017-10-14)
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Rating: 7.5 (3 votes)
   
- Takes damage to save time
- Uses hardest difficulty
- Genre: Action
Kung-Fu Master is an arcade game produced and released by Irem in 1984. It is perhaps more widely known by its NES title, Kung Fu. Kung-Fu Master is the seminal game of the "beat 'em up" genre, and it would influence the arcade game industry for years to come. It was a great success for Irem, not just for the arcade market, but also later for the home video game market, as it (as well as Irem's 10-Yard Fight) was chosen as one of the launch titles for the NES. Kung-Fu Master is based on Bruce Lee's final film, Game of Death, wherein the hero must ascend a pagoda at his increasing peril, with each floor guarded by a master of a different martial art.

£e Nécroyeur clears the five floors in record time.

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