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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 781d ago | review

Touch Arcade: Choice of Kung Fu Review

Touch Arcade: I wasn't expecting Choice of Kung Fu [$2.99] to be my new favorite in the Choice of Games lineup. My first thought was "okay, a gamebook fighting game, well, why not." I expected plenty of fight scenes and lots of attacks named after animals. The opening scene of the game, a bandit attack, immediately delivers on both. What I wasn't expecting was the depth of historical, mythological, and philosophical accuracy to the game. (Choice of Kung Fu, iPad, iPhone) 4.5/5

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