The Karate Kid Part II plays like a classic beat 'em up game. For much of the game, the player controls Daniel LaRusso, who faces off against various opponents in karate matches. The player can use a variety of attack moves, including roundhouse kicks and the famous flying kick. The game also includes two bonus levels played occasionally after fights. In one bonus level, the player gets to control Mr. Miyagi as he tries to catch a fly using chopsticks :) In the other bonus level, Daniel must break blocks of ice. The game also includes a two-player option if you want to beat up your friend in a match
The Karate Kid Part II
The Karate Kid Part II: The Computer Game is a beat 'em up game based on the 1986 film The Karate Kid Part II. The game was initially released for Atari ST in 1986, and was converted for release on Amiga in 1987. We have the Amiga version here today :)
Included in the box was the typical registration form to get on the mailing list, offer on cables, disk wallets and etc from Microdeal, four page manual explaining the controls on the joystick and the game on one diskette.
The Karate Kid Part II received praise for its graphics although some reviewers were critical of the small character designs. The sound was praised as well, while the music received positive and negative responses. One of the cool things are the many of the film's sequences "have been faithfully recreated" for a game which is a nice touch.
Yngvi Th. Johannsson
Retro gaming enthusiast and all around computer collector.
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