Enigma Games brings the classic sport of Arm Wrestling back to the gaming limelight where it belongs. Destined to be an instant classic, this game brings the light hearted fun and strategy as only Enigma Games can do it.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
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Description: Enigma Games brings the classic sport of Arm Wrestling back to the gaming limelight where it belongs. Destined to be an instant classic, this game brings the light hearted fun and strategy as only Enigma Games can do it. Create your wrestler and take notes because you are going to be up against macho men from all walks of life. We have the biker, the cop, the bouncer, the lumberjack, the bodybuilder, the sumo wrestler, the thug, and the professional wrestler. To claim victory against any of these opponents, you are going to need to build your character. Master the hook, press, or toproll and work on your stamina. You'll need it all if you are going to be a match for the undisputed undefeated Grand Champion Master X!
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