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Shaolin vs Wutang is a 1 on 1 indie fighting game featuring motion captured animations, hand to hand and weapon combat, great music and inspired graphics.

No flashy over the top effects, just combat influenced by classic Kung Fu films. The game features authentic fighting sounds from films and a licensed soundtrack with great music from classic kung fu movies.

Shaolin vs Wutang is a real love letter to classic 70's and 80's Kung Fu cinema. This is a indie passion project that was made by one person who has tremendous passion for, and knowledge of Kung Fu films. It is not my intention to provide the same experience as big budget fighting games. But rather I hope to provide players with a satisfying gaming experience blended with nostalgia and reminiscence of the great Kung Fu films.

It is being released in early access so i can get valuable support and feedback in order to help the game reach its full potential.

With the help of the community we can create the ultimate Kung fu game!!

Current Features Include

  • Hand to hand and weapon combat
  • Dynamic blocking animations
  • Licensed Kung fu soundtrack featuring music from classic films
  • 23 Inspired Characters
  • 23 Stages
  • Unique moves and combos for every fighter
  • Single Player & Local Co-op
Release date
Jae Lee Productions
Jae Lee
Digital Tribe
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7
  • Processor: i5
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GEFORCE GTX 750 TI
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 5 GB available space
  • OS: Windows 10
  • Processor: i7
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GEFORCE GTX 1060
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 5 GB available space
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Last Modified: May 22, 2020

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Shaolin vs Wutang reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
Jae Lee does an awful lot right with this Game. No multi-page special move lists per Fighter, no finger verknot supercombos, no 23 different Energy Bars. Simple, free after Butsche Rooney: "Chew Snout!" ^_^ Even if the various Fighters are named only after the Style they use, anyone standing on Eastern from the ' 70s and ' 80s will recognise many of them immediately (at least three of them too Without that Foreknowledge). Nostalgists get damp Eyes here and the technical Side is also well enough implemented to really tackle this Beating with a whim. I've had Street Fighter II not so much Fun at a 2D Examiner anymore ^_^
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Early Access Review Successful Indirect Successor to Kings of Kung Fu. The Shaolin vs Wutang is much more Fun for me and is also more nimble in Combat. Graphics is ok and the Sound (especially in the Snow world) which is unfortunately still annoying. But I think I think it's great that you can now dodge with roles with Roles and so can turn your Tactics from defensive to offensive! The 3 different Possibilities and the rechargeable Super Attack can be combined with everything. The Level Of difficulty is lighter at the highest Level than Kings of Kung Fu. Unfortunately, only one female Character at the Start, although there is much more in the Asian Martial Arts Space, is a pity. Otherwise, for this Price, you get served a fun but unfortunately short-term beat, which has its Charms. Hopefully there will still be Supplies to Fighters, especially, as mentioned before, the female Rooster with a Char is pretty little. Would Have been great if you could exhibit the Lap time. For an Early Access, however, already very good. http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=737923907
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So since 199 ... I don't know my first Beating Material Arts game Anymore. The last one was something with Samurai Showdown on PS 1. And I'm very pleased. Singleplayer Is a lot of Fun, The Movements the Action, there's a lot of Experience in getting it that way. It's far from the simple Hau click on it that I used to be used to from other Games of this Nature. You have a lot of Combinations and you have to think very quickly in order to be able to implement them. So Much for the purely Technical Game. Since I am a little older and Already as a Child and Adolescent I swallowed up the few Kung Fu movies that ran on the exact TV at that time, all of the playable FIGHTERS in the Game seemed immediately familiar and familiar to me. Of course, I had to do a dram immediately to research the familiar Faces on the Internet, in which of the Chan or Lee films they were probably there. For this alone, thank you very much To the Developers and Editors of the Game, as they were able to awaken Beautiful Childhood memories with me. I really like Game, although Beating Games really aren't my Thing. Asolute exception game.
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