Kung Fu Fail
No wonder people hate the Wii. It's been four years since the world's first real stab at a motion-based console launched, bringing the excellent Wii Sports along to define the grammar of the innovative controller. It didn't take long for me-too developers to begin pumping out cheap minigame compilations that totally ignored why Wii...
About The Game
Kung Fu Funk takes players back to when martial arts had style, and colors were either vibrant or beige. Players enter the world of big hair and flared pants in this comedy Kung Fu movie styled game.
“Kung Fu Funk is great for parties, anyone who enjoys comedy action, and of course comedy Kung Fu movies,” said Wil McLellan, CEO of Stickmen Studios. “The Wii Remote is the perfect interface for players to experience the fun of being a Kung Fu fighter with the funk.”
Players must first master ancient 70’s moves, using the unique Wii™ motion sensing controls. A training montage of mini-games prepares players for the culmination of Kung Fu Funk, with the final test of skills in the disco dojo showdown. Pricing and release timing for the game will be announced in the coming weeks.
Kung Fu Funk features:
- 1970’s styled funky Kung Fu mini-games
- The original 1970’s hit song “Kung Fu Fighting”.
- Singing Yaks!
- Comedy Kung Fu moves
- Up to four player Party mode