History VideoGame / YieArKungFu

24th Sep '16 10:25:24 AM nombretomado
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** Blues seems like an odd name for the final boss until you realize that Blues is pronounced "buruusu" in Japanese. Another name that is pronounced the same way is [[BruceLee Bruce]].

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** Blues seems like an odd name for the final boss until you realize that Blues is pronounced "buruusu" in Japanese. Another name that is pronounced the same way is [[BruceLee [[Creator/BruceLee Bruce]].
16th Aug '16 5:51:21 AM 4444jdm
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* BaldOfEvil: Some opponents the players face are bald.
16th Aug '16 5:37:08 AM 4444jdm
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* VillainProtagonist: You can play as [[BraidsofAction Yen Pei]], [[PaperFanOfDoom Lan Fang]] or [[Gasshole Po Chin]] in the second game's two-player mode.

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* VillainProtagonist: You can play as [[BraidsofAction Yen Pei]], [[PaperFanOfDoom Lan Fang]] or [[Gasshole [[GassHole Po Chin]] in the second game's two-player mode.
16th Aug '16 4:41:41 AM 4444jdm
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* BraidsOfAction: Male example overlapping with RapunzelHair. Yen Pei has this in a classic Chinese fashion in which he fights solely using it in a fashion of Chen's chain attacks.



* {{Gasshole}}: Po Chin in the second game attacks with gas clouds.



* KnifeNut: Mei Ling in the second game throws knives.

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* KnifeNut: Mei Ling in the second game throws knives.daggers.



* VariableLengthChain: Chain

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* VariableLengthChain: ChainChain/Chen.



* VillainProtagonist: You can play as Yen Pei, [[DarkActionGirl Lan Fang]] or [[MadBomber Po Chin]] in the second game's two-player mode.

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* VillainProtagonist: You can play as [[BraidsofAction Yen Pei, [[DarkActionGirl Pei]], [[PaperFanOfDoom Lan Fang]] or [[MadBomber [[Gasshole Po Chin]] in the second game's two-player mode.
16th Aug '16 4:33:01 AM 4444jdm
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* KnifeNut: Mei Ling in the second game throws knives.
22nd Sep '15 7:02:33 PM krumwieder
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* BilingualBonus: A voice (Oolong?) says "xiè xiè" ("thank you" in Chinese) upon getting an extra life. Buchu says "nǐ hǎo" ("hello" in Chinese) when he recieves a [[GroinAttack groin attack]]. "Yie Ar" from the title is Chinese for "one two."

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* BilingualBonus: A voice (Oolong?) says "xiè xiè" ("thank you" in Chinese) upon getting an extra life. Buchu says "nǐ hǎo" ("hello" in Chinese) when he recieves receives a [[GroinAttack groin attack]]. "Yie Ar" from the title is Chinese for "one two."
4th Sep '15 9:52:26 AM 4444jdm
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''Yie Ar Kung-Fu'' is an early FightingGame released in 1985 by {{Konami}}. It [[TropeMaker pioneered]] many aspects now familiar in fighting games including [[LifeMeter health bars]], opponents of various fighting styles, and [[ActionGirl female fighters]]. The game was ported to many video game consoles, with special porting, albeit with lesser, different and new set of characters, being made for UsefulNotes/{{MSX}} and [[UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem NES]].

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''Yie Ar Kung-Fu'' is an early FightingGame released in 1985 by {{Konami}}. It [[TropeMaker pioneered]] many aspects now familiar in fighting games including [[LifeMeter health bars]], opponents of various fighting styles, and [[ActionGirl female fighters]]. The game was ported to many video game consoles, with [[ReformulatedGame special porting, albeit with lesser, different and new set of characters, characters]], being made for UsefulNotes/{{MSX}} and [[UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem NES]].
9th Jun '15 2:09:35 AM 4444jdm
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* PaperFanOfDoom: Fan

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* PaperFanOfDoom: FanFan. Also, Lan Fang in the second game.


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* VillainProtagonist: You can play as Yen Pei, [[DarkActionGirl Lan Fang]] or [[MadBomber Po Chin]] in the second game's two-player mode.
7th Jun '15 3:47:09 PM 4444jdm
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''Yie Ar Kung-Fu'' is an early FightingGame released in 1985 by {{Konami}}. It [[TropeMaker pioneered]] many aspects now familiar in fighting games including [[LifeMeter health bars]], opponents of various fighting styles, and [[ActionGirl female fighters]].

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''Yie Ar Kung-Fu'' is an early FightingGame released in 1985 by {{Konami}}. It [[TropeMaker pioneered]] many aspects now familiar in fighting games including [[LifeMeter health bars]], opponents of various fighting styles, and [[ActionGirl female fighters]].
fighters]]. The game was ported to many video game consoles, with special porting, albeit with lesser, different and new set of characters, being made for UsefulNotes/{{MSX}} and [[UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem NES]].



* {{Acrofatic}}: Buchu
* ActionGirl: Star and Fan are [[TropeMaker the first]] in [[FightingGame fighting game]] history.

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* {{Acrofatic}}: Buchu
Buchu (Mu/Wu in the [=NES/MSX=] ports.)
* ActionGirl: Star Star/Lang and Fan are [[TropeMaker the first]] in [[FightingGame fighting game]] history.



* BossWarningSiren: Played with. The [[BossSubtitles boss names]] are shown as you progress the stages fighting the mooks, but the bosses themselves don't show up till you reach the last part of the stages. If you reach that part, the music will change as you face the bosses.

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* BossWarningSiren: Played with.with in the second game. The [[BossSubtitles boss names]] are shown as you progress the stages fighting the mooks, but the bosses themselves don't show up till you reach the last part of the stages. If you reach that part, the music will change as you face the bosses.



* TheComputerShallTauntYou: Nuncha will randomly twirl his nunchucks and strike a pose, leaving him open to attack. To a lesser extent, Pole always twirls his staff above his head before going into an attack sequence, but he will move of the player tries to attack.

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* TheComputerShallTauntYou: Nuncha will randomly twirl his nunchucks and strike a pose, leaving him open to attack. To a lesser extent, Pole [=Pole/Wang=] always twirls his staff above his head before going into an attack sequence, but he will move of the player tries to attack.



* NotQuiteFlight: Oolong and Buchu.

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* NotQuiteFlight: Oolong Oolong/Lee and Buchu.Buchu/Mu.



* SimpleStaff: Pole

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* SimpleStaff: Pole[=Pole/Wang=]
6th Jun '15 3:00:43 AM 4444jdm
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* BossWarningSiren: Played with. The [[BossSubtitles boss names]] are shown as you progress the stages fighting the mooks, but the bosses themselves don't show up till you reach the last part of the stages. If you reach that part, the music will change as you face the bosses.
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