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Dec 11, 2006 | 4:22 PM EST
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Play the sequel, "Dragon Fist 3D" here: /portal/view/606805

Version 1.2: Fixes some bugs and now when you complete 'Master', you get 4 more playable characters.

Version 1.1: Fixed bugs including the bug which stops you ending the fight if there is a draw

"Dragon Fist 3: Age of the Warrior" is a 1 vs 1 (or sometimes 1 vs 2) side view beat em up, based on Chinese martial arts cinema.

Note: You can switch on more weapons in the options menu if your computer can handle it. Quite a demanding game, so it is a bit jerky, try changing some of the performance options

Features: 32 playable characters (42 in total), 14 weapons, 14 kung fu fighting styles, character editor, 1 vs 2 fights, 2 player fights, 4 single player modes, advanced fighter interaction, flowing gameplay, advanced AI.



Rated 5 / 5 stars


this game is awesome a major improvemont on the 2nd where you drop youre weps when you get knocked down is a bit anoying but its realistic also the new features are awesome and a wider selction of character is great keep up the good work


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


Excellent just a little buggy but ive still been playing it for an hour lol GREAT JOB!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Excellent Martial arts game.

I basicallydont have any objections with this game, it gots style, sound, .... You really spent a lot of time on this, its working perfectly. Also not very demandng.
--> A well-made flash!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

it fuckin rocks!

its awsome it's awsome it's too awsome i love it.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Simply an awesome job!

This is easily the best one-on-one fighting game on this site, and probably in flash anywhere. This is like Samurai Showdown, but better. The customizability of it is awesome, but so are the array of characters, moves, fighting styles, etc.

The character models are not exactly breathtaking, but they're good enough, and considering the array of moves you have them perform (and the fact that even my brand-new system sometimes slow down during gameplay), I don't fault you for skimping on the detail a little.

You know what would make this game even cooler? Online, multiplayer one-on-one matches. I'm sure that it would be a huge pain in the butt to program, but it would definitely be worth it if you could. :-)