Hi Dark,
Here is how the kick boxing game worked:
The game uses the six pack key group, and the arrow key
group to play the game. There are twelve
ranked kick boxers for you to fight. You can even make the
computer fight itself.

Listen for your opponent to throw a punch to your head or
body, or to kick out at you. The opponent's yell coming from your left, right, or center will tell you which direction the
attack is from. The type of yell he makes tells you what he is
aiming for. You try to block his blow, by hitting the correct key.

Attacking the opponent is easy by using the three top keys on
the six pack group, insert, home, and page up to throw a punch to
the opponent's head. The three lower keys del, end, and page down
throws a blow to the body. You kick using the left and right arrow
keys. You move towards and back from your opponent by using the up and down arrow keys. That is all the keys you need, but it takes
lots of practice to beat the champ!


I liked the idea of hitting just one key to hit or defend yourself rather than the combos the savage gambit used. Although it sounds simple, the speed of the punches made the game very fast. And remember this game was released in 1999, or twelve years ago.
Phil

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wow tom.

never having played red dragon I just assumed Phil was implying it used a similar keyboard input system to savage gambit.

I'm now quite eager to play it myself.

Beware the grue!

Dark.
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Hi Philip,

I disagree about Red Dragon. There really aren't any games exactly
like that game. Savage Gambit is strictly a boxing game, and Damien is
not going to continue that project anyway. There really isn't any good
kick boxing games like Red Dragon out there. If you aren't interested
in continuing that project I'd be more than happy to convert it to
Windows using the G3D engine when I have the time. Its a good game,
and I think deserves being updated. Plus your logic in this case is
kind of like someone saying a good game like Street Fighter IV
shouldn't be produced because there are a bunch of Mortal Kombat
games. Both are console fighting games, but are different enough to be
classed as different games within the larger fighting genre. We don't
really have any fighting games that are strictly accessible and Red
Dragon comes closest.

Cheers!

On 5/23/11, Phil Vlasak <p...@pcsgames.net> wrote:
Hi Shane,
I do want to convert some of my DOS games to Windows.
Some of them I have already done, and others I would not want to do as
others have done similar games.
Here is a list of the PCS DOS games and what I plan to do with them:
Games I will not convert as there are games like them for windows made by
others:
p c s space invaders,
P c s duck hunt,
p c s car racing circuit
monopoly
any night football
world series baseball special edition,
red dragon kick boxing challenge
a 2 z key search
mind puzzles
haze maze
mobius mountain  math game.

Games I have already converted to Windows:
panzers in north africa, sort of like Tank Commander.
 Pacman Talks,
tenpin bowling

Games we sold that were designed by others:
Rainy day games, solitaire, mine buster, and triple yahtzee.
star trek the battle begins.
Lone Wolf
Produced by David Greenwood.
card club , hearts, norwegian whist, widow whist, and crazy eights.
Produced by Ivan G. Roelofs.

Games I am planning on converting to Windows:
cops  including shooting range
breakout
Snipe hunt
arthur's quest
fox and hounds

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