ONE Championship recently launched a mobile action game named “The Burmese Python Strikes” featuring non-stop action movements of ONE Championship light heavyweight Champion and Myanmar’s sports icon Aung La N Sang on the ONE Application. The game includes adventure series of Aung La N Sang in his homeland of Myanmar. Its starting point is his hometown Myitkyina and game’s end is Yangon.
There are a total of 20 episodes in the non-stop action game, and game-lovers need to pass each episode by beating big busters with kicks, strikes and punches of Aung La N Sang.
For launching the game, Aung La N Sang has expressed his cheerfulness to ONE Championship. “It’s every kid’s dream to star in their own video game,” said Aung La N Sang.
“When I was a kid, I used to love playing games like Contra, Double Dragon, Tekken, and Street Fighter. I love fighting games, and it’s a treat to have a game with me in it. It’s unreal to have myself and my voice in a video game. I am filled with gratitude to ONE Championship for making it happen,” Aung La added.
The game was created with challenging levels, and Aung La has shared his experience about the game.
“I’ve tried the game, and it’s a game I would have enjoyed a lot when I was a kid. I haven’t completed it yet – it’s rather hard. But I’ve been in training camp, so I haven’t spent too much time on it previously. I suggested including Kachin Manau Park,” said Aung La N Sang. “It’s an iconic park in Myitkyina, and it’s also the park with my bronze statue in it,” said Aung La N Sang.
Everyone who wants to play “The Burmese Python Strikes” mobile action game will need to download the ONE Super Application on Play Store for Android phones and App Store for IOS users.
Lynn Thit (Tgi)