Yie Ar Kung-Fu is an arcade game released in 1985 by Konami Industry. The game was released for Amstrad CPC, BBC Micro, Commodore 16, C64, ZX Spectrum and arcade machines.
Yie Ar Kung-Fu is an arcade production, and at the same time one of the first titles that set trends for modern fights. Its protagonist is Oolong, a kung fu adept modeled on the character of Bruce Lee. The protagonist must defeat other experts in martial arts to earn the title of a great master and honor his father. Fighting in Yie Ar Kung-Fu is based on making combinations, which together give the possibility of making 1 out of 16 moves. Each attack (punch or kick) can be aimed at the opponent's upper, middle or lower body. It is also possible to crouch and jump. In this way, the production contributed to the standards known from the current fights.
In Yie Ar Kung-Fu, the player faces a group of martial arts masters. Each of them uses a different fighting style, and some of them are also equipped with weapons such as the bo stick, nunchako or shuriken. After passing all the stages once, it is possible to continue the game. In this case, rivals become more fierce, and the range of their movements is broadened.