Ring King, 1. 98. Woodplace/Data East (2. From '8. 5 Part 1. VerÃ¶ffentlicht am 1. Free- roaming boxing game (allowing you to move all over the ring- - probably the first arcade game to do so). You have an 8- way joystick that allows you to circle your opponent if you desire, to get a better opening, and you have jab, hook, and dodge buttons.
You also have a secret attack: press away and then towards your opponent, then quickly press a jab/hook button to take a MASSIVE chunk out of your opponent's stamina bar, or better yet, achieve a cool gravity- defying belt to your opponent's jaw/chin before they hit the canvas for a ten- count! The stamina can be restored by either grappling (when you get very close to your opponent) or inbetween the 1- minute rounds, courtesy of button- mashing. If your stamina bar isn't at least close to the yellow section of the bar when you get knocked down, you aren't getting up. The first couple opponents are easy enough, but after that you'll need to learn to dodge some of the opponent's attacks, then counterattack; then repeat. Dodging doesn't always seem to work; and your special attack is also difficult to connect on (not only that, but if it fails it can lead to some damaging blows by your opponent!). Against some opponents, during the opponent's title card, you can choose (I believe) how many rounds you can go before a decision must be made (whoever has the most hits in this event is declared the winner; if it's a tie the opponent wins).
Interesting game but very difficult to get far without studying all the moves, knowing what it takes to execute them, and knowing when to use them. There are no points in the game; it's all in dollars (though points are shown for your special attacks, it translates to your fight purse).
There is no ending to the game; once you beat all the opponents they just recycle, possibly at random. This game is slightly controversial due to graphical limitations during the corner scenes inbetween rounds; in the arcade, it looks like the cornerman is pulling on your junk! In the NES port, it looks like he's sucking you off!
Ring King for Arcade (1. Description. Ring King is a boxing game in which the action in the ring is viewed in a 3. D top- down view and a full range of moves is provided, with the standard jabs complimented by body punches and the ability to dodge, duck or raise your guard. Each punch weakens your opponent's strength which can slightly recover during a round break. A rain of well placed blows can produce a quick knockout, but normally you must hit your opponent many times before he goes down.
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The game has three play modes. There is training mode to train your player before you enter a tournament.
A ranking mode where you can select one of the three championships, Rookie, Japan and World. Each championship can be played at five difficulty levels.
The third mode is the tournament mode. To reach the number one spot in the ranking or tournament mode you must train your boxer well. Before you start you must create your character and set his initial abilities, strength, speed and stamina. Each won bout increases these abilities slightly. The abilities of your opponent and you are visible in the status bar at the top of the screen during the game.
Strength is represented with a boxing glove, speed with a shoe and stamina with a dumb bell. This game can be played by one player against the computer or by two players against each other. A password is given after each won bout and it enables you to continue with the next match in a tournament at a later time. Screenshots. Alternate Titles"King Of Boxer" - - Japanese release"Family Boxing" - - Japanese MSX title. User Reviews. Critic Reviews.
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Ring King $ 2,195.00. Here is a Ring King arcade game for sale. This is a Boxing themed arcade game. Vintage Arcade Superstore © 2016.
Ring King is a boxing game in which the action in the ring is viewed in a 3D top-down view and a full range. Arcade Credits. Total Prize Ranking: Seiko.M, Akina.