& Reviewed by Vinny Mainolfi
to Jon Wells for allowing me to house this ending on our
site. I've created a specific version of the ending so
that it loops. If you would like to purchase a full
version of the game, you can order it
When it comes to coding
complete and polished Commodore 64 games, coder Jon
Wells is is your man. He has a knack of producing games
that are not only fun to play, but also great to look at
and a delight to listen to. Jon is always out to
impress, and definitely exceeds our expectations in
terms of creating a 'good game'. It's just a shame that
his work is far and few between. Here's to the next Jon
Wells creation for the Commodore 64...
Onto the game itself...
you are the Shaolin Master's young apprentice Bruise Lei
who must prove his worth and defend the Shaolin Temple.
Your task is to battle it out with the evil henchmen,
recover the 40 sacred idols and avenge your fallen
master to reveal the secret hidden treasures and mystic
scrolls of the Shaolin Temple.
As I mentioned above,
Jon's games always exude quality... and this game is no
exception. It's a fast-paced arcade beat-em-up that will
get your coming back for more. From the colourful
graphics to the beautiful tunes, and let's not forget
the sampled sounds! It's obvious that he cares about his
games and the impact they have on the scene. Oh - and
it's also safe to mention that he knows how to create a
cracking game ending...
The final bunch of
Phew! Job done...
...time to exit...
"Oooo... now THIS is
my kind of room!"
"Time to do a martial
arts celebratory dance!"
HOW WAS IT COMPLETED?:
You know me... I cheated! If you freeze the game with an
Action Replay Cartridge and jump to location $E400,
you'll trigger the ending.
SO WHAT HAPPENS?:
Once you've completed the final level, a door opens to
the final room. Once you've walked through the door you
enter the Treasure Room, which is ... erm ... full of
treasure. This is accompanied by a display of martial
arts moves by our hero and the ending message:
"CONGRATULATIONS GRAND MASTER!". This is accompanied by
a fitting ending tune.