A Fistful of Kung Fu egy kiváló társasjáték, 2 játékos részére. A játékmenet erősen épít az akció pontok és a kockadobás mechanizmusokra.
A Fistful of Kung Fu is a small scale miniature skirmish game based on A Song of Blades and Heroes and designed to recreate the action of Hong Kong action movies. Each player has...
A Fistful of Kung Fu is a small scale miniature skirmish game based on A Song of Blades and Heroes and designed to recreate the action of Hong Kong action movies.
Each player has a "Protagonist" and 5-14 "Extras" - which could be selected from the Police, Ninjas, Martial Artists, Yakusa, Triads and Tongs, Supernatural Creatures, animals, or Cyborgs lists provided in the book - or pretty much anything they can imagine.
On a player's turn models are activated individually and dice for action points. For each success the model can take an action. For each failure the enemy protagonist has a chance to react. If two failures are rolled the player's turn ends and passes to the other player.
From the publishers website:
A Fistful of Kung Fu brings the hyper-kinetic, bullet-spraying, demon-slaying, kung-fu-fighting action of Hong Kong movies and Asian cinema to the wargames tabletop. In a modern world walking a precarious line between the advances of next-generation technology and the tradition and mysticism of ancient cultures, Kung Fu schools face off in no-holds-barred tournaments, corporations hire agents and spies to steal each other's secrets, overworked SWAT teams respond to gunfights between feuding Triad and Yakuza clans, and ancient artefacts are sought by hopping vampires, demon sorcerers and cyborgs alike. Combining the gunfights of John Woo’s Hard Boiled, the hand-to-hand combat of Enter the Dragon, the sheer mystical weirdness of Big Trouble in Little China, the wuxia action of Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon, and everything in-between, A Fistful of Kung Fu is a skirmish wargame unlike any other