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|Hiryu no Ken II: Dragon no Tsubasa|
|Preceded by||Hiryu no Ken: Ougi no Sho|
|Followed by||Hiryu no Ken III: 5 Nin no Ryuu Senshi|
|Series||Hiryu no Ken|
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Hiryu no Ken II: Dragon no Tsubasa (飛龍の拳II ドラゴンの翼? lit. Fist of the Flying Dragon 2: Wing of the Dragon) is an action fighting game developed by Culture Brain in 1988, and published in Japan for the Famicom. It is the sequel to Hiryu no Ken: Ougi no Sho, which was released outside of Japan as Flying Dragon: The Secret Scroll. While this game was not directly translated and released outside of Japan, there is a remake, naming "Flying Warriors", which uses the graphics from the next game, Hiryu no Ken III: 5 Nin no Ryuu Senshi (飛龍の拳III 五人の龍戦士? lit. Fist of the Flying Dragon 3: The five Dragon Warriors), and is completly adapted with an English story.
Elements such as transformation and Buddhist powers have been added to this version. Now there are five people who must become true Dragon Warriors in order to become a complete unit. Scrolling is no longer fixed in one direction; it is possible to move freely throughout side-scrolling sections. There is also a level system, and a password can be obtained at any time, not just when the game is over.
There are two levels of difficulty. Chibiko is the easy difficulty. In the harder difficulty, "Mania," it is much harder to see the true nature of your opponents. You must complete the "Mania" difficulty in order to see the true ending. The Anime RPG mode takes place between certain confrontations with opponents. Certain actions must be selected from a menu, and the corresponding results are played out automatically. A fighting battle mode has also been added.