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Jackie Chan Stuntmaster Free Download Jackie Chan’s grandfather has been kidnapped and it is up to you to help save him! Midway’s action-platform game, Jackie Chan Stuntmaster lets you experience some of what it takes to be the internationally known martial arts actor and stunt performer. You’ll play as Jackie Chan himself from a third-person perspective as you cheat death through 15 levels set within a dangerous city full of thugs. Along the way, you’ll also need to retrieve a stolen package from a gang of crooks. The crime element is not the only thing you have to deal with — you’ll also cross narrow ledges, avoid obstacles and pitfalls, and even fight on top of a speeding subway train. To accomplish these feats, you must learn how to punch, kick, jump, grab and throw multiple opponents. Repacklab.com sexy games
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You also need to climb ladders, open doors, pick up objects (using some as weapons), and hang on ledges or jump off walls. Sound familiar? In addition to the ability to push around objects, you can flip tables and chairs, causing damage to nearby enemies. Other pick-ups let your character heal (rice, milk or take-out-boxes) while others are important for your quest (red and gold dragons and extra takes). Keep in mind that some are hidden beneath boxes, crates and potted-plants that you’ll need to break. Jackie’s trademarked moves are authenticated by motion-captured animations of the man himself. Classic “weapons” include the likes of brooms, chairs, and even pots and pans! And to top it off, movie sequences of Jackie Chan outtakes are also included.
In classic beat-em-up fashion (or Jackie Chan movie plotlines, take your pick), the stage is set with the most basic of plot devices: the family kidnapping. That’s right, Jackie, playing the role he plays in nearly EVERY movie, that of the bumbling delivery boy/close relative of the kidnapped. Here, he’s the grandson, and surprise, he just happens to be a closet master of Kung-Fu. Hey, works for me. While most of Stuntmaster’s gameplay centers around the normal brawler strategy of “beat the smack out of that guy, hand this guy his @$$, then take down his friend in an unholy juggernaut of light-speed fists,” there are a couple of original additions that keep things from becoming far from stale. While this is mainly due to the addition of combos. Road Redemption
hidden golden dragon masks also add more to the depth. More on those later. With very little effort (in fact, if the mood strikes you, you can stoop to button mashing), Jackie is able to pull off some rather complex stings of punches and kicks. I’ve managed an eight-hit combo, and did little more, than hammer the punch button a bunch of times. Sure, it’s mindless, but isn’t that what these games are all about? I have yet to see a truly cerebral beat-em-up. In any event, Stuntmaster offers more than throws. Kicks can be held and powered up to unleash a super-kick that will knock enemies to the ground in one hit. It’s not that useful, but its fisted counterpart is. The punch power-up, while not insanely powerful, stuns the enemy opening them up to one of three throws.
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As for the masks, there are 10 red ones scattered all over the level, some of them well hidden. If you can find all 10, you’re gifted with a golden dragon mask. Collect all the golden masks, and you… well, I won’t ruin it for you. The point is, this simple task creates far more depth than I’ve seen in any game like this to date. It enables you to administer beat-downs with reckless abandon your first time through the level then lets you play detective as you track down the masks. It’s a totally simple concept, but definitely pays off. So is Stuntmaster perfect? Far from it, sure there are numerous good points, but there’s also one glaring bad one: the control. While moving, fighting, or jumping, Jackie feels like he’s waist-deep in water. Age of Darkness: Final Stand
His movements are slow to execute, and the speed at which he delivers his attacks isn’t really up to par with what Jackie is known for. Likewise, the momentum in jumps really takes some work. It doesn’t bring down the whole game, but it is an inconvenience, and definitely needs more refinement. Nobody will confuse Stuntmaster for Tekken, but it is rather deep for a game of this genre. Help Jackie find his grandfather, the stolen package and become the master of stunt fighting in Jackie Chan Stuntmaster. If there’s one thing about Stuntmaster that shines, it’s the graphic work. I really can’t get over how well the textures and lighting that smatter the various levels (which are equally well done) really do justice to your eyes. Case in point: a neon sign near the middle of the second level.
Jackie Chan’s Stuntmaster will satisfy any one looking for a good beat-em-up — if you can handle copious amounts of Jackie himself. Good graphics, nice combos, and a great reply value thanks to a little treasure seeking add depth to areas that are often lacking in a game of this genre. While the control definitely needs work, it’s not enough to ruin the game, and within minutes, you’ll have adjusted. Take Stuntmaster for a spin, I’m sure you’ll find it’s one of the best brawlers in recent memory. While making the game, Radical Entertainment consulted Jackie at every point so as to give the game the feeling of a Jackie Chan film. This included using Jackie for motion capture so that the character in the game was performing the same moves as the man himself. Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl
Jackie also provided his voice for game. Also, when the player completes the game with all of the golden dragons, a video is shown of Jackie talking about the game and also of him during the motion capture. The music definitely fits, and sounds like something you’d find in one of Jackie’s movies. It’s soft, but has a driving edge to it, thanks primarily to a constant beat in the background. You’ll get Chinese notes and overtones thrown in for good measure, and musically, it’s a very full and complete experience, but it won’t move you to tears. What stands out most are the little voice-over bits that Jackie donated to the game. Stuff like him singing lightly if you don’t move for a while, or “I need a chiropractor!” If you’re a fan of Jackie Chan, the little quips should be familiar territory.
OS: Windows 7 64-bit
Processor: Intel i3 2.0 GHz
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: 1GB Shader Model 3.0 Compatible (DirectX 9.0c)
DirectX: Version 9.0c
Storage: 1 GB available space
Sound Card: DirectX 9.0 Compatible
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