The product of a successful Kickstarter campaign, Kung Fury presents itself as a completely eccentric medium anchored in the 80s. At the same time, the addictive game is available on Windows, MacOS and GNU / Linux now available via Steam.
In December 2013, a slightly crazy project was put online on the crowdfunding platform Kickstarter: Kung Fury. It is a medium-length film which offers a very eighties atmosphere which plays the card of the nanard of that time.
In the end, this short film is full of references and a very advanced humor, all in an original realization with VHS tape effects and music signed Power Glove (who also signed the music for Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon) . The height of kitsch, David Hasselhoff sang the main theme of the film.
In parallel, a video game was produced, called Kung Fury: Street Rage. It is a beat'em up in the pure spirit of games of the genre in the 80s. It is not for nothing that the subtitle reminds one of the tenor of the genre on Mega Drive, namely Street of Rage.
The app is available now on Steam at a price of 1.99 euros and works under Windows, GNU / Linux and MacOS.
As a bonus, here is Kung Fury's medium-length film: