Free Boxing Game Online - World Boxing Tournament
World Boxing Tournament is a lively boxing simulation game for kids, teens and grownups where you fight your opponent in an attempt to win the World Boxing Tournament. This fun punch-em-up game will certainly keep you on your toes! It’s easy to play, and you can choose to play against the computer or your friends. Your goal is to knock out the other guy (punch him until he can’t get up). You need to be quick with your fists and fast on your feet to win this battle.
Raw power will only get you so far in this match - so try and hit tactically, and stay light on your feet. There are three types of punches you can use, and you can move in any direction around the boxing ring. There’s no time limit, so you can plan your next deadly strike before you move. Combination strikes do some nice damage! Once you get a good hit in, keep attacking relentlessly as otherwise your opponent will get up and will punch your socks off! Once your opponent runs out of energy, you win the round.
There are three playing modes – Easy, Difficult and Hard. See which one you can manage! All three modes pack a deadly punch and require solid striking and evading skills. This is a full-on fight to the finish with some funny facial expressions! OK Champ, ready for some gnarly knockouts? The crowd’s waiting. Time to jump in the ring and get boxin'!
How to Play: First choose your playing preference – Player vs. PC or Player vs. Player. Use the following keys on your computer keyboard to play: (W) (A) (S) (D) to walk around the ring and (B) (N) (M) to attack. Press SPACEBAR to defend. See the in-game instructions for Player vs. Player controls. Tips: A close up fight is not going to do much damage to your opponent. Try to knock him out with your long right arm punch, and wait until he gets up. Do not try to run at him immediately after he is back on his feet as a wounded animal is dangerous, and you may get an angry reply back on the nose. Try attacking immediately after getting close to your opponent and then move back. Remember to use deft movements (finger work) and pick your shots. Good luck!