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Yum Cha Showdown

rated 4.09 / 5 stars
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Adventure - RPG

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Jan 5, 2009 | 6:44 PM EST

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Author Comments

Hey all! So here's a game conceived and originally started by my good buddy Silas "Sidog" Rowe. I took over coding the game from him and tidied it up over the last few months. Artwork was done by longtime Swords & Sandals artist Tony Lowe - some of his most beautiful backgrounds yet.

Join Panda Samurai, Chicken Magi and Shaolin Macaque as they quest across the mystical Orient in search of the ultimate Yum Cha meal. Do battle with sumo, tigers, dragons and yeti in this action packed, fast paced "Worms" style adventure game.

This version has 10 of the 50 game levels, hope you enjoy it. Had a lot of fun making it, a nice change from something so complicated and headache-inducing as Swords & Sandals.

Hoping to bring you more treasures in 2009!

Cheers Oliver



Rated 0 / 5 stars

One of the worst demos I've ever played.

I didn't really see it as an rpg, but I don't know what to categorize it as.

It really did just suck. I felt that you didn't incorporate anything that makes a good adventure game.

When something explodes, the ground usually gets damaged. Everything I've seen from this demo is a complete failure and definitely not worth any money at all.

hechaos responds:

Each weapon has a varying explosive radius - eg the Roman Candles hardly damage the ground, but the ceramic bombs destroy a lot more surface area.

In a way, you are right, it's not a true RPG or adventure game, per se, more of a platformer with RPG elements. A difficult one to classify.

By the way , your review can bite my shiny metal arse.


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars


Very good idea. Worm with lvling and a shop. Its just that you didnt carry it out well enough. I think its too boring.


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Good idea...

But was kind of lacking. Other games have done this before and this is nothing new. Other games have gone online with this, have had more high speed action, have done so much more with this genre that this is nothing great.

Possibly the only plus to this was the graphics. Decent job while keeping the framerate up.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Flash Game Enlightenment

The Yum Cha team has reached the level of Flash Game Enlightenment. Not enough can be said about the dynamic duo of Oliver Joyce and Tony Lowe and their ability to produce games loved by the peoples of the interweb.

Lord Oliver Juice is a true peoples champion battling against the evil and confusion of the dark dimensions of the Double Bubble to create games that the peoples love like Swords and Sandals , Ghoul Academy and Spheracles.
Tony "Low Brow" Lowe represents the very best in flash game graphics and animation and with a work ethic like the old Iron Works of Newcastle from which he sprang he is a unstoppable force in the world of Flash mixed martial arts.

I'll leave you with the immortal words of every bodies favorite game design hero Chris Crawford.

I See the Dragon... Charge!!!



Rated 5 / 5 stars


What can I say, this game is perfect, great character design animation, fun story and gameplay, and nice use of martial arts theme. This is going in my favorites, and I;m gonna reccommend it to friends.