Butchu and Fang - unite!
Gameplay: 8 Graphics: 7 Sounds: 4 Value: 5 Tilt: 8 Please note that this review is based on the Atari XL series and not the C64. New ideas fled into the computer gaming market since the cras...
Bruce Lee, Kung Pow
Released 1984 developed by datasoft, Fighting arcade game. Multiplayer... As the puppet master you will get a chance to control the one and only late Bruce Lee. the badest person to ever wear a belt....
Bruce Lee vs Ninjas and Green Sumos
I probably played through this game 500 times as a child. This 2D platformer had great kinetics and traps mixed with some amazing martial arts animations when you think about how many pixels they had...
Very dated but great fun at the time.
The basic goal of Bruce Lee is to collect all the lanterns in each room or set of rooms in order to open access into the next and finally make your way to the treasure room (though it appears unclear ...
“Bruce Lee” was a fairly advanced game for its time on the Commodore 64.
“Bruce Lee” was a fairly advanced game for its time on the Commodore 64. Quite obviously, the player controlled Bruce Lee, and had to defeat hordes of ninjas and their ilk by utilizing Lee's martial ...
“Bruce Lee” was a fairly advanced game for its time on the Apple II.
“Bruce Lee” was a fairly advanced game for its time on the Apple II. Quite obviously, the player controlled Bruce Lee, and had to defeat hordes of ninjas and their ilk by utilizing Lee's martial arts...
Don't forget about the green sumo guy!
Dude! My bro and I loved this game when it came out. Whoever wrote the first review was right on about it except for one part, which is how a second player can fight alongside Bruce Lee. That would...
That don't look like Bruce Lee...
1984... I was 15, my parents had just gotten our first home computer and I was spending hours trying to get different games that I had copied from friends onto 5 1/4 floppy disks to run on our new Com...
Legendary game of a legendary person.
Bruce Lee for the C64 was one of those games that on the surface really didn't look like anything special. But once you started playing, it was hard to put that one buttoned joy stick down. You play...