Kung Fu Heroes
Front cover of Kung-Fu Heroes
Beat 'em up
|Mode(s)||Up to 2 players, simultaneous|
Chinese Hero (チャイニーズヒーロー? Chainīzu Hīrō), also known in Japan as Super Chinese (スーパーチャイニーズ? Sūpā Chainīzu), is an arcade action game developed by Nihon Game (now Culture Brain) and published by Taiyo System in October 1984. Chinese Hero is the first game in the Super Chinese series by Culture Brain. It was ported to the Nintendo Entertainment System as Kung Fu Heroes in Japan by the company Nihon Game in 1986 and was released in North America in 1989.
Kung-Fu Heroes features an overhead view and up to two players may play simultaneously. It is a direct port of the earlier arcade game Chinese Hero developed by Nihon Game at the time the company was involved in the coin-up industry. Unlike other titles in the series, it does not incorporate any role-playing video game elements in the gameplay.
Monsters have taken Princess Min-Min captive and have stolen the 10 treasures of the nameless land the game takes place in, leaving everything in sorrow. Kung-fu Masters Jacky and Lee return from training and must set out to rescue the princess and find the treasures.
The player controls one of the characters, Jacky or Lee, and each level pits the player against countless enemy warriors. The goal is for the player to defeat enough enemies so that the door at the top of the room opens allowing the player to exit the room and proceed to the next. Enemies' attacks and weapons vary throughout the game. There are quite a number of BONUS levels that players can enter.
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- Kung Fu Heroes (NES port) at GameFAQs
- Kung Fu Heroes at the Killer List of Videogames
- Chinese Hero at arcade-history
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