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Desc:This is what happens the first time you play Karateka. NO EXCEPTIONS.
Category:Video Games, Accidents & Explosions
Tags:karateka, jordan mechner
Submitted:Merzbau
Date:09/19/10
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Comment count is 12
Aelric
Ahem, WRONG! The no exceptions intro is to step backwards and fall off the cliff. If you think otherwise than you are a bad person who is bad at being a person.
TheOtherCapnS
Yup. You go into fighting stance first thing and that makes you automatically fall off the cliff. THEN you run into the first guys foot.

Syd Midnight
Crushed by portcullis

Robin Kestrel
In the Atari 800XL version, it was the evil warlord "Nose". I also remember the Atari version having more/better music.
Urist
It was originally for the Apple 2... this is the DOS version. It was hard to take DOS games seriously with the CGA colour palette.

Caminante Nocturno
And then she kicks you.
fulakarp
Oh my God I remember that!! My brother got really mad cause I laughed at him when he lost TO A DAMN GIRL.

Killer Joe
A lot of ass in them pixels.
mouser
I still play that game on my Apple //c once in a while.
cognitivedissonance
We merry few, we bund of broders.
a flaming monkey
The evil man has a giant blue hawk on his shoulder. Pretty cool.
thebaronsdoctor
Did you see the size of the bird on his shoulder? It was, like, three birds!

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