Bruce Lee, the 8-bit video game that I still play

Bruce Lee, the 8-bit video game that I still play

Must I tell you who Bruce Lee is? I hope not. But here you go: The kids born in the 1970s like to brag about their less crowded streets and their knee-high socks and their afternoons spent delivering newspapers or playing with friends because they didn't have homework like kids born in the 2000s. I'm going to add one more thing to the brag list: Bruce Lee, the video game, the original Atari 8-bit or Commodore 64 release. The 1980s came just at the right time for the 1970s kids because we were old enough to hang out in pizza parlors after school and also get jobs to buy our own games to play at home. Up, down, left, right, jump, kick. With five keys on the keyboard and twenty levels and two bad guys and lots of challenges and puzzles, it is a perfect game. The sounds are entertaining, the graphics are lovable, and the gameplay experience will draw you closer to...
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