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Part twitch action and part beat ‘em up, challenge your reflexes as you use an ancient kung-fu pressure point attack to tap, touch, swipe and spin your way to victory.

- Fast, fun pick up ‘n’ play action – touch, tap, swipe and spin pressure points in order against the clock to beat enemies!
- Deep score system – multipliers & “super-time” bonuses, analogue based on your speed & accuracy – no two players will get the same score!
- Action packed comedy storyline weaved through 61 levels and featuring Bosses and Special Characters!
- Unique visual style with full screen sized enemies and bucket loads of visual effects!
- Funky 70’s and 80′s inspired soundtrack!
- Intuitive, accessible and addictive- if you can count to 10, you’ll love playing this game
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