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Waa Cha! is an upcoming iOS/Android game based on Asian Kung Fu. Your goal is to assist Master Wu Shou to train his 3 most gifted students to regain their mighty Kung Fu strengths. All you need to do, is to kick away all kinds of items that will be flying towards you from both sides of the screen. However, there will be glowing items which will help you to regain your health and obtain awesome combo skills, so do not kick them away! Wait, that's not all! To make the game more interesting, you will realize that the items will be moving faster and faster over time so be prepared!

The best way to attract all types of gamers from age 5 - 80 is simple yet addictive game play! For new starters, players can try out the two basic game modes: Survival Mode (without time limit) and the Arcade Mode (with time limit of 1:30min). As the players get better with the game, they can then challenge themselves with a more hardcore mode which is the Insane Mode! Beware, as the Insane Mode is full of explosive items and most insane of all, it is the inverse touch control. Let's say, an item is coming from the RIGHT side, players will have to slash on the left side of the screen!
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