Featuring a wide collection of single and multiplayer games, either online or with multiple mice, Rag Doll Kung Fu provides players with one of the most creative and unique game experiences delivered in years.
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Mixed (44 reviews) - 68% of the 44 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: Oct 12, 2005

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Featuring a wide collection of single and multiplayer games, either online or with multiple mice, Rag Doll Kung Fu provides players with one of the most creative and unique game experiences delivered in years. Additionally, between those game rounds, the challenges of an aspiring Kung Fu master are revealed via outlandish cut scenes inspired by classic Kung Fu cinema.

System Requirements

    Minimum: Pentium3 800 MHz (or compatible), 256 MB RAM, GeForce 2 (or compatible), Windows 98, Internet connection for Steam

    Will be choppy with 8 AI players or in a big online game. Multi mice will only work with Windows XP
    Recommended: Pentium4 1500 MHz (or compatible), 512MB RAM, DirectX 9 compatible graphics card, Windows XP, Internet connection for Steam

    Will work fine with most DirectX 9 compatible graphics cards.
Helpful customer reviews
5 of 5 people (100%) found this review helpful
13.6 hrs on record
Posted: April 4
i joined steam 10 years ago today to play rag doll kung fu, the first 3rd party game on steam

Amazing fighting game with responsive physics and bullet time slowdowns. Still one of the best and most unique games in my library. The reviews don't do it justice, this game went over most heads due to the difficulty curve but was rightly criticised for being abandoned by Mark Healey when he went on to develop little big planet..... ergh.

Ignore my playtime, we battered this game before records began

pros-

- deep ragdoll physics creates amazing combat sequences
- weapons, bullet time and magic from your fingertips
- awesome game modes
- great music and comedy kung-fu artstyle
- create your own characters and put them in the game
- original concept

cons-

- hardly any players
- steep difficulty curve
- the game was abandoned so many promised features never came
- the servers are now down (Hamachi or die)


special mention to Ceej, Blupilltaker, Siff, The Dude, and other forgotten warriors who made this game great

9/10
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3 of 4 people (75%) found this review helpful
5.5 hrs on record
Posted: March 20
What a rare gem. If only it had made it
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52 of 59 people (88%) found this review helpful
8 people found this review funny
3.4 hrs on record
Posted: March 1, 2014
Rag Doll Kung Fu.
First Non-Valve Tittle available for sale on steam.
Rag Doll Kung Fu developer Mark Healey cashed in with the first fully marked title based on the Source Havok Engine.
Released shortly after Half 2 Episodes, Rag Doll Kung Fu offered single and multiplayer games, either online or with multiple mice,
With system requirements as low as: "Pentium 800 MHz (or compatible), 256 MB RAM, Ge-force 2 (or compatible), Windows 98, Internet connection for Steam" you could literally play this game on one of your grandmothers shoes.

Slow Applause.
*****
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22 of 27 people (81%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
0.2 hrs on record
Posted: July 28, 2013
First non-Valve game on Steam. Bought it when it came out, the dedicated MP servers are long gone but it's worth a play co-op, single player or tunngle/hamachi multiplayer.. worth it just for the cutscenes, theme song and style.. p.s. you can edit the theme song too, change the channels, levels, pitch etc.. funky.
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16 of 19 people (84%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
1.4 hrs on record
Posted: November 1, 2014
I played this game when it first came out and let me tell you, it was amazing! You may ask yourself why, and write it off as a simple am gimmicky game. The truth is that this game takes some serious skills and has a lot more depth then you would think. There used to be a small friendly and competitive community back in the day and we would host our own tournements. The reason this game died out is not because it wasn't good, it's because there has always been a problem hosting games and playing with others. You see the developer never added dedicated servers as a feature, therefore we all played through pretty much one or two people who somehow were able to host the game. If this community ever came back to life and dedicated servers were added (or something!) , I would be first in line. Long live RDKF!

10/10

(Siu Mei)
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