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Karate Champ - Commodore 64

Karate Champ - Commodore 64

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Karate Champ, originally released in 1984, is a fighting game developed by Technos Japan and published by Data East. As one of the earliest games in the fighting genre, it is known for its influence on titles that followed. The game features one-on-one karate matches where players execute moves using joystick positioning combined with button presses. Tournaments take place in various settings, and players must best their opponents using a variety of kicks, punches, and defensive maneuvers to win the title of Karate Champ. The Commodore 64 version brought the arcade experience to home computers of the era, capturing the essence of martial arts competition.

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Platform: Commodore 64
Release Date: December 31, 1984
Genre: Fighting
Developer: Data East
Publisher: Data East
Gameplay Mechanics: Versus fighting
Visual Style: 2D
Controller: standard
Single Player: Yes
Local Multiplayer: 1-2 Players
Online Multiplayer: No

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