Fight, Train (And Dance?) In This Point & Click Martial Arts Adventure


Legend of Hand has players seeking the missing Grandmaster Hand, the only person capable of quelling some trouble amongst the martial artists of the world. A few point & click puzzles, some turn-based fights against other warriors, and maybe a dancing minigame or two stand between you and the venerable fighter, though, so you’ll need to be prepared for anything.

Legend of Hand has players wandering through four different islands, meeting a cast of oddballs fighters as they seek out the missing master. With each hand-drawn person they meet, and with every silly quest or mini-game they complete, they’ll get a little closer to bringing these kind (hostile) people together. While your quest of peace is technically a serious one, you’re not above putting on a dragon costume to get things done, too, so expect some silliness along this dangerous mission.

Not everyone is super pleased with your plan to unite them. This IS a game about seeking a martial arts master, and that just wouldn’t be complete without fighting. This is done through a turn-based combat system, with players able to tangle with a bunch of different warriors as well as the leaders of each island, each a powerful warrior known as a Finger of Hand. If you don’t think you can handle it, feel free to train with some board breaking or apple kicking minigames. Just don’t get too sidetracked gambling on cricket fights, though. The Grandmaster isn’t exactly going to find themself.

Legend of Hand is available for $ 1.99 on Steam. For more information on the game and developer Cloak and Dagger Games, you can head to the developer’s site or follow them on Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter.

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