Kung Fu Player Count and Stats (2023)

Last Updated on: April 21st, 2023

Kung Fu Stats

Kung Fu player count Stats and FactsHere are a few of the most interesting Kung Fu facts and stats I was able to dig up. As always, be sure to check back in the future as I will be updating this post as new and updated stats become available.

Kung Fu player count:

3.5 million game units sold worldwide

Last updated December 2014

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Game Description

Also known as Kung Fu Master.

“Kung Fu” is a classic arcade-style fighting game developed by Irem Corporation and originally released in Japan in 1984. The game was later released in North America under the title “Kung-Fu Master” by Data East.

In the game, the player takes on the role of Thomas, a Kung Fu master who must fight his way through five levels of enemies to rescue his girlfriend Sylvia from the evil Mr. X. The gameplay involves side-scrolling action and fighting against a variety of enemies, including knives, clubs, and other weapons.

“Kung Fu” was notable for its simple yet challenging gameplay, as well as its use of unique moves and fighting styles. The game was also one of the first to feature boss battles at the end of each level.

The game was a commercial success and was ported to many home consoles and personal computers of the era, including the NES, Atari 7800, Commodore 64, and ZX Spectrum. It is considered one of the classics of the early arcade era and has been credited with popularizing the beat ’em up genre.

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