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April 14, 2011

Rag Doll Kung Fu

Filed under: Action & Shooter, Other, Paid, WindowsNina S. @ 05:05

Rag Doll Kung Fu opens with a great rap, which is pretty win for me. It really sets the tone for the rest of the game. It’s a little edgy, fun, and upbeat, which is always the kind of mindset I end up when I’m listening to some well done, clean rap. If you’ve ever watched Samurai Champloo you know where I’m heading here. It’s kind of like that. You know it’s going to rock the moment the box is cracked open and the affect isn’t lost in the actual gameplay.

This game is all about playing as a rag doll. You have this limp little character that you move around by dragging their body parts across the screen. You want to headbutt someone? Well, you have to use your mouse to drag the head of your rag doll toward your target. Basic movement is done the same way, you can use the head to drag your person around.

After the tutorial, I realized that the game would be a bit physics extensive, so I focused on how it moves. When you are creating chi (something done by spinning your mouse in a circle), and battling your friends you can rest assured that you won’t be annoyed by shoddy mapping. This game really took the time to ensure that everything works the way you would expect it to.  As long as you have a good mouse you shouldn’t have any trouble playing this reflex-intensive game.

I don’t usually play multiplayer games but this one offered a fun fighting game that I thought I would be able to actually beat my husband at. You don’t have to play local multiplayer but as this is an Indie game, there are times when the open options are slim. Still, it’s a fantastic way to pit yourself against others. It’s a game that requires you to be quick with your hands and to think outside of the box. Ultimately, this multiplayer is well thought out and fun. Other than a bit of lag when you’re playing with more than four people, this is a great game to play during a party.

All in all, this is a great game. It’s challenging, swift, and enjoyable when you’re looking for something funny to play while you get your action fix. Besides, who doesn’t love old kung fu movie clips with hilarious subtitles? This game has them!

Rag Doll Kung Fu

 ★★★¼☆ 

Gameplay:★★★☆☆ 
Technical:★★★☆☆ 
Multiplayer:★★★★☆ 
The title says it all.

Game: Rag Doll Kung Fu | Developer: Qi Studios

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