Taking its inspiration from ancient Chinese tales of revenge and retribution and then adding a dash of over-the-top martial arts and old school arcade fun, Kung Fu Strike features 28 stages of fast-paced combo-based fighting. Blend powerful punches, high kicks and perfectly timed blocks to pull off devastating combos, all thanks to a fluid combat system that turns brawling into an art form. Old-school beat-‘em-up arcade appeal! Unlock items and abilities to further customize style of play. Online leaderboards breed competition between players. Later levels will challenge your Kung Fu on even the lowest difficulty setting. Freely flowing combat mechanics allow jaw-dropping combos. Fight with or against a friend in local co-op.

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4 comments by redblueq1 on Feb 28th, 2013

The Mash Bundle from Indie Royale is a great mash-up of different genres. We’ve got a great adventure game, team-based multi-player action, an old-school beat-em-up, a fast paced platformer and some turn-based strategy in this latest bundle from Indie Royale.


There are 5 games featured in this fantastic bundle, which together are valued at over $70, and the bundle starts shipping at just $4.49!


Leading The Mash Bundle is Strong Bad’s Cool Game for Attractive People from California’s Telltale Games. This comedy adventure from the makers of The Walking Dead and Sam & Max features the awesome, muscular, charming Strong Bad; well that’s how he would describe himself anyway. All five very funny episodes are in The Mash Bundle so head off to Strong Badia for some amazing writing and great fun. Strong Bad is available for PC & Mac on Steam, Desura & DRM-Free.

Following up, we have Guns of Icarus Online from New York’s Muse Games. This team-based multi-player airship combat game is set in a steampunk inspired world. It's available on PC, Mac & Linux from Steam. Penny Arcade said “Those looking for a team-based challenge will find plenty to love with Guns of Icarus Online”.

Kung Fu Strike: The Warrior’s Rise comes from China’s Qoocsoft via Digital Tribes. Kung Fu Strike was only released last July. It’s an over the top martial arts arcade beat-em-up with crazy combos, Chi Powers and co-op that’s easy to pick and hard to complete. We've got it on PC from Steam. 

Next in the line-up of The Mash Bundle is the very recently released KRUNCH from Canada’s LeGrudge & Rugged. KRUNCH is a hectic reflex platformer that will test your reactions in over 100 levels, each delivering super fast gameplay as your fears of being failing to escape haunt you. It’s available for PC, Mac & Linux on Desura & DRM-Free with the OST and a wallpaper.

The final game in The Mash Bundle is Delve Deeper from Illinois's Lunar Giant Studios, available for Windows from Steam, Desura & DRM-free. Delve Deeper is a turn-based strategy game in which players take command of dwarf mining teams in an ever changing dungeon battle. Play with up to 4 players in this humorous game with both the Treasure & Tunnels and the Gratis Grottos DLCs included here too.

Those who pay $8 USD or their currency equivalent during the Mash Bundle will get Danimal Cannon and Zef’s Parallel Processing album. Destructoid called it "a beautiful chiptune baby". This album is available in MP3 and FLAC format. 

We’ve started to put interviews with some the developers whose games we’ve featured in different Indie Royale bundles on our YouTube channel so check in there to get the latest developer thoughts.


You can find more information on The Mash Bundle, including real-time statistics and its current price, on its official website or via its Facebook, Twitter and Google+ pages. Grab this bundle now while the price is still low (unless kind purchasers lower the price) so that you'll have hours of specially chosen indie gaming to look forward to!

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B1acky
B1acky May 5 2013, 1:02pm says:

Kung Fu Strike is one of the best brawlers i have played in a long time, for both single player and co-op gameplay. There is a lot of stuff to unlock (combo moves, army, items), leaderboards, achievements, challenges (with the dlc) and pretty long campaign that can be played as single player or in a local co op, also each stage has its own scoring system for all 3 difficulties. IMPORTANT THINGS - this game begs for gamepad, i would not had half the fun without it. Also this game is really hard, if you do not like challenge even at easy difficulty you probably won't like it. You can check my gameplay here: Youtube.com

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Tody
Tody Feb 28 2013, 7:28pm says:

My full review is here: Egamer.co.za

It has some entertaining gameplay, and really good graphics, animations and sound effects, but it gets tiresome after a while and very repetitive. It's quite a major low that you have to complete the long campaign before you unlock the option to fight a friend as well.

There are some nice ideas to this game, and it's fun for a little bit, but it runs out of steam and frustration replaces fun. I'm in the middle with this game. Not great, but not too bad.

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Ranger37
Ranger37 Feb 28 2013, 6:11pm says:

Have this on Steam. It is very good for mindless beating. Thumbs up. Good local co op. Have fun and enjoy. I did.

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stinkytaco
stinkytaco Feb 28 2013, 12:59pm says:

Great start on a game, but needs to be finnished.

I bought it full price on steam afew months ago.

It has all the flash and glitz of a AAA title, but the gameplay is extremely annoying.

It consists of you learning a bunch of cryptic move combos to pass each level.

Not too bad, sort of like the old brawler games like Tekken, only the combos are really really complicated.

To make matters worse the game stays on the easy mode, but will not let you defeated certain characters until you kill them with some EXTREMELY cryptic movement combos. This means you can stasnd thhere and PUMMEL the guy with thousands of kicks and punches, but he will never die unless you execute a combo move, at exactly the right time and angle.

Dont get me wrong, it is not hard to do, nor is it challengine, it is just a memory game where you have to remeber thousands of combos to advance.

There is no discovery, there is no hands on learning, ther is no real adventure involved.

This is quite frankly just a high tech game of "Simon says".

Graphics are great, and the ambiance is supperb but there is no "fun" involved with this title.

Glad to see it in an indie bundle, it is not worth over $2. Most people will play it once or twice.

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moddlord1
moddlord1 Feb 25 2013, 9:44pm says:

waz up! video and pics are looking great. thumbs up

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