Mini Fighters Looks Like A Neat Fighting Game For Smartphones

By Eugene . May 4, 2014 . 11:00am



Netmarble’s Mini Fighter for Kakao on smartphones is a real-time smartphone fighter lets players go one-on-one with other opponents online, but doesn’t skimp on the depth.


While the 16 different characters are ranked according to class-levels, it’s possible to still win with them. The combo system looks complex, with multiple buttons available to press for jumps, punches and kicks, and the game looks easy enough to get a handle on after a little bit of playing.



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The game also has a weekly ranking system, with rewards for top players. Outside of combat, it’s also possible to equip your chosen fighters with various pets and equipment for minor stat boosts.


Mini Fighter is available on iOS and Android in Korea. It’ll also need Kakao—a chat program similar to WhatsApp and Line—to log in.

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  • Marden Benoit

    I think this was a pc mmo at one point. That might have been a different game with the same name though…

    • Shady Shariest

      Remember something along those lines, as well…

    • Chris Evan Jonance Ingeniero

      yes. its a PC MMO.. but the western market isnt enough to fuel it to reach Mini Fighters 2… they ended the western release back in … 2012 i think~

  • Fen Y

    ” it’s possible to still win with them”

    It’s also entirely possible to win a League of Legends game with four players on your team being afk.

    It IS possible.

    The real question is more how likely it is.

  • Elliot Roman

    how do u unlock characters?

  • Chris Evan Jonance Ingeniero

    wow… this game has gone mobile now…

  • TheHolypopeofgaming

    am I the only one who doesn’t take a game seriously if it’s for a smartphone?

    • yomachaser

      You aren’t the only one but it is an odd bias. All these devices be it phone or handheld or whatever are just memory,cpu and gpu so why does one form factor bug some gamers?

      • TheHolypopeofgaming

        Touch Screen controls for one thing. I’d play this game on an Ouya maybe.

    • Seizui

      Don’t worry. I share the same sentiments. But yeah, I think the touch screen is a huge factor for that.

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