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  • Summary: "'Unstoppable Fist' Seems Like Everything We Want From A Game About Hitting Stuff" - TouchArcadeOne of Modojo's "Summer 2012 Most Wanted iOS.. Games""What do you expect zombie fish and zombie chickens to do? Punch THEMSELVES in the face? No!" - IGNRemember the simple pleasures of the games of yesterday? Simple controls with deep challenge? Hours on top of hours trying to blow away that hi-score? Well, Unstoppable Fist is here to revive that dying flame!Become a hi-score destroying warrior! Blow away your friends score and top each of the four Leaderboards. Tap at one of six onscreen touch zones to deliver your attacks to HI, MID, and LOW levels. Beware, each enemy type has a different attack that will test even the most skilled player! Can you defeat the games over 30 killer achievements? Test your mettle and find out. This is arcade action at it's BEST!----------------------------FEATURES:*Retro style graphics and old school fighting gameplay will take you back to the days of action game legends such as Kung Fu and Street Fighter*Multiple skill levels make it great fun for the inexperienced and pro gamer alike.*An ever increasing difficulty will will give you a beating and have you screaming for more!*Two unlockable animated stages*More than 20 different enemies*Achievements that really ratchet up the challenge!*Game Center leader boards let you see how your skills stack up against your friends!----------------------------EXTRA BONUS!!----------------------------We love Unstoppable Fist's soundtrack so much that we want to make it available to fans for free!! (limit 200 per month) Head over to unstoppablefist.bandcamp.com for your download!----------------------------Be sure to check out our other game:*Puppy Panic! - Collect all the puppies in this family friendly puppy racing game! Expand
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 6 out of 10
  2. Negative: 0 out of 10
  1. Jul 8, 2012
    100
    I definitely enjoyed Unstoppable Fist, with its fun mix of retro graphics, rocking chiptunes, simple gameplay, and an addictive objective: be unstoppable. And how can you resist a chance to be a character that looks like Brock Samson from "The Venture Bros."?
  2. Jul 1, 2012
    90
    In a perverse way I learned to embrace the "unfairness" as part of the game's arcade charm, but more casual players will certainly find these balancing issues to be small slaps in the face.
  3. Jul 2, 2012
    90
    The act of hitting an object that's careening towards the center of the screen isn't complex in any way, but it can be fun. Quite a bit of fun, actually. And the option to choose from three different difficulties makes it possible for players with a fairly wide range of skill levels to partake.
  4. Jul 3, 2012
    75
    A quirky, lovingly retro throwback to old school coin-op days, but hampered by unresponsive controls that make the challenge level even higher.
  5. Jun 28, 2012
    70
    So is Unstoppable Fist worth a purchase? Yes, especially if you're a fan of those brawlers from back in the day. The game's enemies are a bit cheap (we would nix two-hit baddies altogether), but you'll make serious headway on Easy and Medium. On top of that, the outstanding presentation (the soundtrack is free, by the way) makes spending that $0.99 a smart decision.
  6. Jul 6, 2012
    60
    Sometimes you need to punch something, and Unstoppable Fist is good for those times. Five or ten minutes of being down chickens and scorpions can cure any woe, especially if you let yourself sink into the absurdity of it all. But for longer-term excitement, you should probably look elsewhere. There's only so far a dude standing on a trashcan can go.
  7. Aug 7, 2012
    55
    Beautiful presentation aside, Unstoppable Fist fails to deliver: the touch controls aren't responsive as they should be, the action is too repetitive and you hardly feel like you're actually hitting something.

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