Animal Boxing - Nintendo DS

Animal Boxing is the first game to invert the Nintendo DS unit. Use the stylus for motion-based controls. Throw jabs, hooks, and uppercuts with simple stylus movements. Step into the ring against nearly 50 wild fighters with different fighting styles. Go toe-to-toe against Cat, Fox, Rhino, Bull, and more. You can even wirelessly face off against another player. From Destineer.Wireless capability a More
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