Classic Iron Mikes Punchout Game - Play Retro Boxing Games Online
Mike Tyson's Punch-Out is one of the most popular and biggest selling video games of all time. Remember Mike Tysons punchout or seconds out. This is an online boxing game that is similar, knock out your opponent. One of the most popular sports games titles, now considered a classic is the 'Punch Out' which started it life in the dimly lit arcade centers and rose to fame in peoples homes on the Nintendo Entertainment System, later spawning an even more popular title Iron Mikes Punchout, released on the updated Super NES system. This is your chance to play and feel the excitement of this classic boxing game. You'll have to work your way up through the minor, major, and world circuits by winning 14 bouts against some very tough opponents. Have Fun!
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How to Play Iron Mike Tyson's Punch-Out Game
Use A for a left hi punch, D for Right hi punch, Z for left lo punch, X for right lo punch, S for super uppercut, Up arrow for a Hi block - tap, and Down arrow for a Lo Block - tap.
The History of Iron Mikes Punchout
One of the most popular sports games titles, now considered a classic is the Iron Mikes Punchout which started it life in the dimly lit arcade centers and rose to fame in peoples homes on the Nintendo Entertainment System, later spawning an even more popular title Iron Mikes Punchout, released on the updated Super NES system. This little gem of a video game took arcade boxing to a new level offering a unique fighting view-point, a wide range of punches, blocks and special moves, as well as a chance to fight one on one against a true life world champion boxer. The story-line was simple, the player is put into the role of an amateur boxer named 'Little Mac' who trains his way up the ranks, fighting an odd-ball collection of tough characters up until the very end when he gets his chance to punch-out the then heavy weight champion of the world, Mike Tyson. In fact the game continued to include Mike Tyson as the final fight up until their contract ended, then his name was changed to Mr. Dream to avoid any lawsuits. Since its start back in 1984 the original Punch Out game has been followed up with a number of equally successful titles, including Super Punch Out on the NES and for the arcades, Mike Tyson's Punch Out on the super NES, a 3-D version for the Nintendo Wii and an exclusive Doc Louis Punch Out version released for members of the Nintendo platinum club.