Capoeira Fighter 2 Demo
There are many different types of martial arts techniques you can learn if you wish to do so, but not all of them are very easy to pick up. In addition, some are quite difficult, and they require intensive training over long periods of time. Capoeira is a special case, because beside the fact that the techniques are very complicated, you also need to be very fit and agile to even try to perform them.
Engage in fast-paced fighting tournaments
Capoeira Fighter 2 is not a very complicated game, but it contains almost everything you could need to have fun with capoeira without hurting yourself. Not only that, but you can also organize tournaments and fight against every fighter from the roster, in order to prove yourself as the best of the best. Until that becomes reality, on the other hand, you must know the game pretty well.
There are four different actions your character can perform, besides moving. Hence, you can kick and punch both low and high, depending on what you are trying to hit. Certain combos and special moves are available too, although they are not very spectacular. Even so, the fights get pretty exciting without any fatalities involved, as long as both players give it their best in the ring.
Multiple game modes to choose from
Speaking of which, the fights take place in a sequence of rounds, each one of which has a different set of rules. While the first round is as classic as it can get, which means that both players try to empty each other’s life bars, the others are a tad different. Whether you have to keep the opponent out of the ring to win, or steal his money and bring it to your corner, things are pretty hectic.
In addition, you can also have fun with other human players and share the same keyboard, although it can be a tad too uncomfortable. The graphics are not brilliant and it’s mostly flash animations anyway, but the fighters are nicely animated and the environments change after each opponent. The music is dull and uninspired as well, but it’s of little consequence to the gameplay.
Short-lived fun with not much replay value
In the end, given the fact that there are no special moves you can practice makes Capoeira Fighter 2 difficult to enjoy over long periods of time. On the other hand, you can still have fun with it for a tournament or two, thanks to the decent selection of fighters.