Kung Fu Flash The Future Was 8bit model review

In this video we are checking out the Kung Fu Flash cartridge. The Kung Fu Flash was created by Kim Jorgensen and released as an open project. The model I am reviewing is manufactured by the great The Future Was 8bit at https://www.thefuturewas8bit.com/. Other versions exist, but TFW8b is a company I have bought from previously and I know they have excellent quality products.

The Kung Fu Flash essentially loads Commodore 64 and Commodore 128 software on your respective computer. The usable file formats are Cartridge (CRT), Program (PRG, P00) and Disk (D64, D71, D81).

Here’s a list of supported Cartridges: Normal cartridge (8k, 16k, Ultimax), Action Replay v4.x/v5/v6, KCS Power Cartridge, Final Cartridge III(+), Simons’ BASIC, Fun Play, Power Play, Ocean type 1, Epyx Fastload, C64 Game System, System 3, WarpSpeed, Dinamic, Zaxxon, Super Zaxxon, Magic Desk, Domark, HES Australia, Super Snapshot v5, Comal-80, EasyFlash, Freeze Frame and Freeze Machine

The Future Was 8bit Website (buy the Kung Fu Flash here) – https://www.thefuturewas8bit.com/
KungFuFlash Homepage – https://github.com/
KimJorgensen/KungFuFlash Pi1541 Homepage – https://cbm-pi1541.firebaseapp.com/
Tape Cart SD – https://github.com/KimJorgensen/tapecart