MMA Pro Fighter

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MMA Pro Fighter
MMA Pro Fighter
Screenshot (up to date as of December 2009)
Developer(s) Digital Chocolate
Publisher(s) Digital Chocolate
Platform(s) PC, Mac OS, iPhone
Release date(s) INT December 22, 2009[1]
Genre(s) Sports, fighting, casual
Mode(s) Single-player with multiplayer interaction
Distribution Web browser

MMA Pro Fighter is a sports-related social network game about a player starting a career in mixed martial arts.[1] This game is similar to the "career" modes found in most EA Sports video games. Unlike the National Football League, MMA Pro Fighter is a more personalized experience and involves the evolution of an individual mixed martial artist.[1]

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Players can combine two out of the six possible styles: boxing, wrestling, judo, kickboxing, Muay Thai, and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu[1] while building up their level 1 fighter through the amateur and professional ranks.[2] All the game elements are nearly identical to that of role-playing games. Players have to improve their health, cardio, and stamina.[1] New martial arts moves (for all six classifications of martial arts) must be purchased with in-game currency in the shop.[2] Ring girls are there to provide the characters with bonus gear and attributes; since this game is geared towards male gamers.[1]

There is a restriction in fighting that prevents the skill/level gap of the two fighters from being too large; thus keeping bullying from becoming a major issue.[3] For example, a level 43 player fighting against a level 7 character would be considered bullying and a warning message would be given out to the would-be offender before the fight is allowed to begin.

Instead of using the real-time graphics-oriented gameplay of the classic Street Fighter video game series, this game is more of a text-oriented sports game like Championship Manager.[4]

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