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Jackie Chan : Legend Of The Dark Hand GBA - Facts & Screens

by Rainier on Oct. 18, 2001 @ 2:33 p.m. PDT

Jackie Chan Adventures™: Legend of the Dark Hand for the Game Boy Advance is a fast-paced action/adventure martial arts fighting game based on the hit animated TV series. Players take on the role of Jackie Chan, international martial arts superstar.


Gamers will go on adventures, solve puzzles, and see Jackie’s unique blend of comedy and kung-fu action in a world of colorful, anime’-style animation.


  • Be The Man, Jackie Chan! — Gamers play as martial arts pro Jackie Chan, pulling off his incredible martial arts moves and death defying stunts. Players will wow their enemies with their Kung Fu prowess as they perform quick punches, spin kicks, unbelievable acrobatic maneuvers, and more.
  • Fight In Kung Fu Face-Offs — Gamers will battle their way through 10 exciting levels of action using an amazing interactive fighting system. In each level, players must defeat foes, including an end-of-level enemy, or solve a puzzle that will help them find magical artifacts.
  • Interact with Characters From The Show — Players will recognize some of their favorite characters from the show, including Jade (Jackie’s niece and troublemaking sidekick) and Uncle (the wise-cracking voice of reason), both of whom coach and cajole Jackie as he navigates the globe. Two main villains from the show also co-star in the game, and Jackie must encounter and defeat Valmont (leader of The Dark Hand) and Shendu (the demon overlord of The Dark Hand) if he is to save the world from their treachery.
  • The World Is Your Oyster…And Weapon — Gamers will be able to use almost any object in their environment to defend themselves “Chan-style”, including furniture and objects like brooms, as they take a globetrotting adventure to find the missing scrolls and stop evil in its tracks.

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