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- Retro style graphics and old school fighting gameplay will take you back to the days of action game legends such as Kung Fu and Street Fighter
- Multiple skill levels make it great fun for the inexperienced and pro gamer alike.
- An ever increasing difficulty will will give you a beating and have you screaming for more!
- Three animated stages featuring more than 20 different enemies!
- Game Center leader boards let you see how your skills stack up against your friends!
- A rockin soundtrack that can be downloaded for free!
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