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Double Dragon Trilogy mini review, ready to kick some behinds

Originally developed by Technōs and published by Taito as coin-op arcade game in 1987, Double Dragon set couple of standards that were later adopted by many arcade games in the years to come. Almost 23 years later, Billy and Jimmy will complete their mission(s) once again on our portable devices in Double Dragon Trilogy by DotEmu.
 
 
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Nakama, pixelated Ninja master

Crescent Moon Games, the developers that gave us Ravensword: Shadowlands – a visually stunning open-world RPG game, decided to prove their skill yet again by releasing something completely different. This is Nakama, a free 2D pixel art / beat-em-up game featuring Ninjas, friends and boss fights.
 
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Trouserheart, the bare-ass adventure

This was bound to happen sooner or later. His Majesty’s favorite leather trousers were stolen and he will have to go on a journey to retrieve them. Find out how in Trouserheart, 10tons latest hack’n’slash adventure.
 
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[New Release] FIST OF AWESOME

Time to punch the bear where it hurts, in the latest side scrolling beat-em-up game coming from the “I Fight Bears” developer, starring Tim Burr (no, not Timburr) the lumberjack who obviously can’t bear it anymore and decides to take revenge.

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Mini Review: The King Of Fighters-A 2012

SNK Playmore is apparently having some trouble about “doing it right” when it comes to KoF series on the Android platform. After releasing The King of Fighters 2012 on the Play Store about 6 months ago, it was pulled off because of compatibility and other technical problems. It now reappears by the name “The King Of Fighters-A 2012”. Did they fix all the bugs and made the game better? Well, let’s see.

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Just released: Kavinsky

Electro house beat-em-up

The popular music artist and producer Vincent Belogrey, known as Kavinsky, decided to promote his work in form of side scrolling beat-em-up. The final result is Kavinsky the game, based on the “Outrun” album, featuring one angry dude and tons of shady street villains.

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