To Clarify a Few Things: AWSD and Space are used for the Left player (Player 1) The arrow keys and Numpad 0 are used for the Right Player(Player 2) you MUST read Instructions, its too difficult to figure out on your own. Please give this game a chance, even if its a little difficult at first. If you don't get it read the instructions again. If you really don't get it, Email me!
This is a game we've been working hard on for about a month. It is sort of (only sort of) a cross between Dance Dance Revolution, Super Puzzle Fighter, a traditional RPG, and a traditional fighting game; It uses elements from all..
It Takes some practice to get used to, so dont get frustrated, It'll get fun, I promise.
It Is really a two player game, but theres a single-player practice mode so you can get used to it, see all the moves/levels, etc. When you have the chance, please play this game with a friend.
We Will include Bios, Tips, Secrets, and more on our site once it is up, so check back there, please.
Also be on the lookout for a possible 1 player version, a tag version and maybe more.
Please leave a review (and vote), and if you review badly please tell use WHY, so we can fix it. Thanks
Each arena is different and some are harder than others.
Also if your CPU is less than a ghz it may run slow. We apolagize for that. You can still try it if your computer is slower it just might be a little laggy.
Audio Credits (in order of levels)
Carl Douglas - Kung Fu Fighting
Limp - Bugdance
Run DMC - It's Tricky
The Misfits - Halloween