Super KO Boxing 2 for iPad$2.99
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The most outrageous arcade-style boxing game for the iPhone and iPod touch is now available for your iPad!
Get in the ring as the famous K.O. Kid and go toe-to-toe with a motley crew of 15 face-breaking opponents who will stop at nothing to put you on the mat.
In your quest to become champion of the world, you'll figure out your opponents' tells, avoid their signature moves and retaliate with powerful hooks, super-punch combos and lightning KO's.
Blinded by 15
Blurry Graphics Version:1.0.1 By GameWarFighter
This Game Was Great On The IPod But Fells Like A Rip Off To Have Paid This Much For This App On The IPad. The Graphics Are Not That Good On The IPad, Could Just Have Used The 2x Scale From The IPod . Everything Looks Blurry And Low Rez. If The Graphics Gets As Good As The IPod Version I'Ll Give It A 5 Stars, But As Of Now, Not Worth It.
Super KO Boxing Version:1.0.1 By Switzgable
This Game Was Amusing, Slightly Challenging, And Greatly Entertaining. Most Of All, It Was A Fantastic Time Waster. HOWEVER, Once I Got To The &Quot;Chief&Quot; Boxer, I Found Myself Facing An Impossible Foe. His Punches Are Incredibly Strong And Seem To Always Land Even When I Dodge Left Or Right. Even When I Block, He Seems To Hit Me. Yet When I Punch He Blocks My Every Punch With A Take Of No Damage. In Summary, He Is Impossible To Beat. And How Convenient Is It That As Soon As You Lose, A Message Appears Stating How Defeating Impossibly Difficult Enemies Become Easy By Purchasing &Quot;Roids&Quot; For $0.99 Each. I Have No Idea What These Are, But I Would Have Rather Paid For The Game And Played Based On Skill, Then Buy My Way Through The Game With These &Quot;Roids.&Quot; Seems Like A Way To Nickel And Dime The User. Fun Game, But A Sneaky Approach.
Parents Beware - Promotes Drugs Version:1.0.1 By PerseusX
To Complete This Game, You Must Purchase &Quot;Virtual Steroids&Quot; With Real Money So That Your Boxer Can Compete. Promoting Drugs Is Not Cool, Especially When You Are Not Honest Or Brave Enough To Check The &Quot;Alcohol, Tobacco, Or Drug Use Or References&Quot; Box When Submitting Your App. Parents Need To Know These Things To Make Informed Decisions.