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    Capoeira fighter!

    www.spiritonin.com

    check out the flash game of Capoeira Fighter! Its pretty cool if you like martial games. The controls are simple and resemble Street Fighter in a way.

    The Sound is pretty nice too, The game creators went a step further by inserting actual Capoeira Ladainha's (Capoeira Songs) of good taste and nature.

    Graphics are a bit gritty for the characters but the backgrounds look stunning.

    all in all a well planned out game created by practioners of the art at the College.

    I highly suggest this game wth a straight 10!
    Last edited by Moleque; 8/04/2005 1:46pm at . Reason: bad coding choice

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    OLD!

    Had the full version for along time already.
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    #3 too?

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    I've played 3 online but I bought CF2 along time ago.
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    You can't practice Judo just to win a Judo Match! You practice so that no matter what happens, you can win using Judo!
    The key to fighting two men at once is to be much tougher than both of them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EVIL ASIA
    I've played 3 online but I bought CF2 along time ago.
    Yeah, but if you get that GamePark GP32, you could play it on that, right? Or does Capoeira Fighter use 4 buttons. I don't remember since I played it months ago.

    BTW, this is THE most awesome emoticon: :ninjadanc
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    It's actually very good, though.


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    as far as controller adaptability Im not sure...I know most controllers nowadays can be button keyed so...yes on both counts?!?!

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    Oh boy thread necromancy!

    I just checked out Capoeira fighter 3 for the first time in a while, and they added a lot. There's a tournament type mode (survival) and other characters that are not Capoeira stylists you need to unlock. So far I've gotten a Bruce Lee character Lei Long (not very creative just replacing the first letter of the SFII Bruce) and Chompoo, a Muay Thai girl. It's definitely worth checking out if you like 2d fighters.

    http://www.shockwave.com/sw/content/capfighter3

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