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  • Left dpad/Right dpad: Press right and left on the direction pad to advance toward, or retreat from, your opponent.
  • Up dpad: Tap up on the direction pad to make your competitor jump. While in mid-air, you can press left or right to move through the air in either direction, and you can press A or B to punch or kick.
  • Down dpad: Hold down on the direction pad to direct your competitor to squat.
  • A button: Press the A button to throw a straight punch.
  • B button: Press the B button to throw a straight kick.
    • B button+Up dpad: Hold up while pressing B to perform a high kick.
    • B button+Down dpad: Hold up while pressing B to perform a roundhouse kick.


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A battle consists of three 3 minute rounds. During that time, you attempt to reduce your opponent's stamina such that they can't stand back up after getting knocked down, or such that you have more stamina than your opponent at the end of the third round.

To do this, you must use the collection of available Taekwondo attacks to strike your opponent. Use kicks and jumping attacks to fight from a distance, and use punches when you are standing up close. Avoid attacks from your opponent to maintain your own stamina.


  • Don't rush in to attack. Move in to close the distance between you and your opponent, but let your opponent ultimately get close enough to you to attack first. Avoid the attack, and counter with your own attack.
  • The Roundhouse attack is a very powerful attack, but its execution leaves you vulnerable to counter attack if you miss. Make sure you are in position to hit your opponent with it before you use it.