Kungfu Bruce Lee 220.127.116.11 XAP for Windows Phone
Free Action & Adventure game
Best Bruce Lee Martial Art and Kungfu, action adventure game.GAME FEATURES: * Totally free * Various item and kungfu skill * Social network sharing * 5 Challenging missions Bruce Lee was ... Read More > or Install Now >
Kungfu Bruce Lee App / Specifications
- • Version: 18.104.22.168
- • Price: Free
- • Content rating: None
- • Requirements: Windows Phone 8.1, Windows Phone 8
- • File name: kungfu-bruce-lee.xap
- • Rating average
- 3.7 out of 5
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- • Total downloads
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- • Added: October 8, 2014
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Kungfu Bruce Lee / Description
Best Bruce Lee Martial Art and Kungfu, action adventure game.
* Totally free
* Various item and kungfu skill
* Social network sharing
* 5 Challenging missions
Bruce Lee was born on November 27, 1940, in San Francisco, California. He was a child actor in Hong Kong who later returned to the U.S. and taught martial arts. He starred in the TV series The Green Hornet (1966-67) and became a major box office draw in The Chinese Connection and Fists of Fury. Shortly before the release of his film Enter the Dragon, he died at the age of 32 on July 20, 1973.
In the early 1940s, the Lees moved back to Hong Kong, then occupied by the Japanese. Apparently a natural in front of the camera, Bruce Lee appeared in roughly 20 films as a child actor, beginning in 1946. He also studied dance, winning Hong Kong's cha-cha competition, and would become known for his poetry as well.
As a teenager, he was taunted by British students for his Chinese background and later joined a street gang. In 1953, he began to hone his passions into a discipline, studying kung fu (referred to as "gung fu" in Cantonese) under the tutelage of Master Yip Man. By the end of the decade, Lee moved back to the U.S. to live with family friends outside Seattle, Washington, initially taking up work as a dance instructor.
Lee's life has been depicted in the 1993 film Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story, based on the 1975 Linda Lee memoir Bruce Lee: The Man Only I Knew, and the 2009 documentary How Bruce Lee Changed the World. And in the summer of 2013, the Hong Kong Heritage Museum opened the exhibition "Bruce Lee: Kung Fu. Art. Life."