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Nov 5, 2008 | 9:07 AM EST

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Author Comments

This is 1.0 version of Yan Loong Legend, fixed some bugs and toned down the difficulty of whole game, add some new features.

Yan Loong should use his sword and dragon fire spell to beat all enimies who blocking his way and find out the reason why wars happened in the world.

Control Scheme:
W: enter in door or prepare to launch tornado slash.
S: squat
A: left
D: right
J: attack
K: jump
L: Extra attack
I: open skill panel

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars April 14, 2009

great game!

pretty cool!
but it gets waaaaay too hard later on!
damn Chun-Li is cheap!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars April 13, 2009


Enjoyed it very much. Great game... now to play the 2nd :)


Rated 4 / 5 stars April 12, 2009


while I found some parts of the game annoying, this is still pretty well made. the controls work, the graphics are decent, and all around is just good.

On a side note, I hat people who complain about the most tiny things (not mentioning any names)


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars April 11, 2009


This game was really awesome. The graphics was nice, but the music just kept looping and looping, but the sound effects drowned it out. The w button should have been jump and K should have been a special attack. Overall this game was decent. 9/10 4/5

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Rated 4 / 5 stars April 10, 2009


Graphics are great and wonderful, as well as animation and effects. There could be a larger variety of music though.
This was a nice side scroller, the gameplay was great. Some thing I would have liked was to make the jump button to the up arrow/w, used to it. Perhaps a key configuration feature?
There was a large variety of attacks and combos you could use, making for lots of fun. The ability to "juggle" your enemies was nice. Although, it would have been nice to attack them when down.
Save feature was also nice, because I would play this game again. The skill panel was great as well, pretty unique for flash games.
I had some problems with this though: sometimes, the keys were unresponsive. An example would be the dashing: after attacking, I wanted to dash to the left, but instead I would dash to the right.
The other problems I had were stated in the other reviewers below.