“International Boxing Champions” brings Neo-Classic Arcade Boxing to Google Play

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Classic arcade boxing app boasts high quality graphics, sound, and action

International Boxing Champions gets its inspiration from classic boxing games like "Punch-out" and adds its own style an appeal.

We’ve taken the best elements of classic boxing games and added extra features, smooth playability, superior graphics and animation and pristine functionality.

International Boxing Champions, a boxing app for Android, launched this week on Google Play. A classic arcade game with hi-def graphic and playability, IBC lets the user challenge other boxers in the ring and rise through the ranks of boxing by knocking out the opponents. IBC gets its inspiration from classic boxing games like “Punch-out” and adds its own updated style and appeal.

“Boxing games are among the most addictive and entertaining arcade games ever created,” said IBC developer, Terence Cattrell. “We’ve taken the best elements of classic boxing games and added extra features, smooth playability, superior graphics and animation and pristine functionality.”

IBC lets users battle boxers from around the globe in a first-person style setting. Users can upgrade from basic jabs and punches to complex combo shots through in-app purchases. Settings let the user control sound, music, audio quality, and graphic quality levels. New opponents and levels are unlocked by beating opponents inside the ring.

“There's something instinctively satisfying about landing a solid right hook and watching your opponent retreat in fear to the corner of the ring,” said Cattrell. “That’s the feeling we wanted to instil in the player; the pleasure of punching. It’s an addictive and intense game that draws on classical gameplay dynamics and theory to bring arcade game apps to a new level.”

International Boxing Champions is currently available for free download in Google Play. For more information or to download the app, visit the apps Google Play Store page.

About the Developer:

    Terence Cattrell has been a game developer for over 20 years and has worked on classic franchises such as the Chaos Engine, Dungeon Keeper and Black and White.

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