Bruce Lee, Commodore 64

Ron J. Fortier‘s brilliant Bruce Lee shows that you can squeeze real character into tiny pixels if you try hard enough, what with it’s dozy sumo and daft ninja chasing you down relentlessly, like idiots on the run. And punching and kicking them is not only hilarious, but also essential, if you are to keep them off your back.

Negotiating electrical traps, tricky jumps, and lethal spikes, the mini Bruce Lee is given much life by the energetic way in which he runs and moves around. The ‘clicky’ sound Bruce makes when he runs is also iconic. This whole game is iconic. And still great fun to play now.

Also: check out the homebrew sequel.

More: Bruce Lee on Wikipedia

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