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Use the SPACE BAR to attack when the power bar is at its peak!
This game is very simplistic, in that all you have to do is push the space bar at the appropriate moment to ensure victory in each of the three victories against various opponents. The first level sees you going up against a concrete pillar, the second a set of gun turrets and the final level a human opponent.
The bar for each level is slightly different. The first level is a simple power bar that goes up and down, the second level is a clock that turns around rpetty quickly and the last is a small bar moving left and right.
None of the levels are especially tricky, the only time it becomes annoying is when you want to progress to the next level. Because the buttons are labelled in Chinese it's hard to tell what one does what. One will take you to the next level while the other will make you replay that level. Slightly annoying,,, -_-
The best part of this is definitely the scene selection upon completing the game. It doesnt take more than a minute or two to complete, and once you have you can go back to any fight in the game and see what the outcomes were if you were unsuccessful in hitting spacebar at the right time.
This is an enjoyable enough game, and the roots for the Xiao Xiao franchise have defintiely been planted. However, its still not the series that became world famous. The next two movies are what firmly cements this series in place as some of the best stick figure animation ever. Just consider this and the original movie to be practice runs for what follows!
I think I beat the game, not sure.
Only 3 levels? Seems kinda short.
uits too hard how do u beat the damn pole somone please answer
awsom game too short
It's one of the few series I've seen where parts of it are games and parts of it aren't. The best thing was probably just being able to watch the animation when you got the right combination. The best level would probably be the second one. The best part of THAT is when the single cannonball goes against you and you get to cut it all up. You really have to be precise with this, especially on the third level. While there could have been a background, the artwork still holds up to today.
My only problem was understanding what meant what with the Chinese characters. I think the lower or right one advances you to the next level. The sound effects were nice. The first level was the funniest, because it looks like he's going to smash it with his fist, but he simply blows it up with explosives. Boy, was this series good.
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