Bruce Lee 2 is an unofficial ‘homebrew’ sequel to Ron J. Fortier‘s classic Bruce Lee, released free by Bruno R. Marcos in 2013. And it is a marvellous game in its own right!
Not only do the graphics and gameplay follow on brilliantly from the original, but you can also play the game in a number of different screen modes, meaning: you can make it look like an actual C64 game, or even an Amstrad CPC game.
Brilliant to play, not easy to grab, and well worth downloading and playing now.
Bruce Lee II title screen. In Amstrad CPC mode.
Bruce Lee II looks and feels just like the first Bruce Lee game. Which is no bad thing!
The levels in Bruce Lee II are varied and feel like an improvement on the first game.
It took me a while to actually make this jump. Some players give up at this point.
Just like in the first game: Bruce must collect the lanterns to complete a level.
In Bruce Lee II Bruce can also swim in water, which is a new feature.
In an underground tunnel. What’s that pink handle?
Those white spike things are swords that will kill you if you touch them. Just like in the first game.
Chased over the drawbridge by a samurai.
Bruce Lee II is a brilliant sequel to the original classic Bruce Lee, by Ron J. Fortier and Datasoft.