Fist Puncher follows a team of vigilantes led by Dr. Karate, world renowned neurosurgeon and black belt, as they perform unnecessary surgery on the crime lords that hold a lawless city in their brutal grip. The gameplay is true to the classic era of button mashing brawlers, as players choose from a colorful cast of characters and take to the streets to battle endless waves of thugs and ruffians. Featuring 15 playable characters, 50 levels of mayhem, over 100 collectible items, 99 trading card achievements, unlockables, easter eggs, special attacks, and RPG elements, Fist Puncher combines the glory days of multi-player beat ‘em ups with the frills and richness of modern games. Bust out the baseball bats, sledge hammers, and prison shivs, and prepare to mash pixel fists into pixel faces.
Team2Bit and Adult Swim are proud to announce that Fist Puncher is now available on Steam. Featuring 15 playable characters, over 50 levels, 99 Steam achievements, leaderboards, and tons of unlockables, collectible items, and hidden secrets, Fist Puncher is available worldwide as of 6/21/2013. The Steam release also features a special tie-in with Adult Swim's hit game Robot Unicorn Attack. Get special DLC and you can play as Robot Unicorn! Power up your pixel fists, it's time for Fist Puncher!
Highest Rated (2 agree) 10/10
OMG this game rocks so much...Anyone who liked the platform Beat'em-Up Games on NES, SNES etc like Double Dragon, Streets of Rage etc. will simply love it. Lots of fun special moves serving clishés and stereotypes everyone can identify with :D So good!
Sep 17 2012, 2:00am by hoodvisions
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