Experience cinema kung-fu in the fastest, most intense brawler the world has ever seen. With its unique 1:1 response system, players will feel the immediate feedback of every bone-crunching hit. Pay tribute the masters using five classic kung-fu styles mixed with additional weapons. Combine face-to-face combat with throwing weapons to recreate complex fight choreography or just send a bad guy through a plate glass window. Explore a world map with over 250 stages, 13 modes, and 3 difficulty levels. Unlock 21 different skills that can be combined in thousands of ways to assist you in your journey. Put your kung-fu to the ultimate test in the survival mode. Score points based on kills and performance to make your mark in the top ten. So you think you’re good? Try “blind” survival mode. Only for grandmasters.
Do not be fooled by the graphics, this is one seriously impressive game. It is hard to describe how much damn fun it is, and if you don't have a huge grin on your face you're doing it wrong. Amazing flow to the combat, one of those games where you enter "the zone" once you get past the early levels, and the survival mode is like participating in an epic, extended kung-fu fight the likes of which you've never seen. There's depth to this as well, it's not just about clicking left and right, you need to judge the strength of each enemy, be aware of what weapons you have (and what weapons!), and choose your powers carefully before difficult levels. The boss fights are something else, requiring mastery and control. Infused with style, this brilliant game deserves more exposure and success.
One Finger Death Punch cannot be praised enough. The first thing to look at is the simplicity of it all. The game requires the use of only the left and right mouse buttons for crying out loud. You look so badass as you destroy enemies with various styles of Kung-Fu and various moves that, like said before, only require two buttons. The game pays tribute to the fantastic stick figure fight animations and the game is actually made by the creator of the Xiao-Xiao series. There are various enemy types and levels types that make this two button game both challenging and changing as you progress. The game is also fairly long. With an endless survival mode and different difficulty levels, this game is hours of fun for players of all skill levels.
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This is a ridiculously awesome game basically consisting of epic Kung Fu fighting scenes only! The controls are very simple, which makes it very easy to get into it, but it is incredibly fun to play!
Watch the best Let's Play here, so ridiculous, so funny!!! :D => Youtube.com
I've only played three levels of this, and I can already tell that this is an awesome game. I have a non-Desura version of this, so it won't appear on my list. I'll be doing a giveaway of the Desura key on r/GameKeyDump
It's a simple "auto beat-em up" (that really should be ported to mobile if isn't already) that is reminiscent of Kung Fu from the NES, but taken to an extreme. Use the left mouse to attack enemes in your left zone, and right mouse button for those on your right. (PC version) That's pretty much it! Button spamming will cause you harm, so you must time your attacks correctly. There are also enemies that require you to enter the inputs in a correct order and timing that is much like QTE events from many modern games. It does this with very well animated stick figures with a overly stereotypical and extreme Chinese Kung-Fu Movie personality.
My only argument is that much of the graphical assets have that "cheap flash game look" which is a strange juxtaposition to the well drawn character art in the menus, and the use of textures for stuff like grass, water, etc in the map. There's not alot of unity in the art style, but I can easily deal with it for the game's rock solid gameplay
The game is really funny, and it isn't boring to play. However, I don't really like: that you have to click to pick up weapons you don't need (once you click thinking you are hitting an enemy you are getting the weapon and it will eventually get you killed), and the speed is too high after some time. Seriously, 206% in the later levels? You can't even see your enemies coming at that speed!