MMA Pro Fighter

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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
  • WW: December 22, 2009[1]
Genre(s) Sports, fighting, casual
Mode(s) Single-player with multiplayer interaction

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]


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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