Monday, September 11, 2006

Mazu Kan: Two Player Invisible Fighting Game

ThinkGeek :: Mazu Kan: Two Player Invisible Fighting Game
Mazu Kan is a two-player, superhero(ine) training, virtual fighting simulation. Huh? By squeezing the palm button and punching the air, you will send an attack toward your opponent. If they do not block (by a simple hand movement), you score a hit and their chest unit vibrates. You can play in beginner or advanced mode, depending on your skills.

Ha! Your Kung-Fu is weak! I challenge you!

As a bonus, the thing works on radio frequency so you can punch through walls. Super sweeeet.


At Friday, September 22, 2006 10:58:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

not only do my two kids love this virtual kick-butt, "non-bloody nose" get up, so does my wife (for obvious reasons!) In fact we plan to don the gear for our nextTet-A-Tet!!!

Personally I like the idea of preparing the next Mazu Kan Champion, to help us retire should ever there be a Cool Reality Show based on this thing...

At Friday, September 22, 2006 10:46:00 PM, Blogger Coherent Light said...

Aha! Another good use for the Mazu Kan. (Forgive me) I completely failed to take into account the pure unadulterated sexiness of the Maza Kan. The Wife, being a kindergarten teacher, fails to see the pure indulgent sexiness of devices with blinky lights and chips (unless it hooks up to her iPod).

As for the kids...what are you? Some kind of hippy communist? Bleeding is good for 'em! Make'em wear the Mazu and duke it out. A bit of blood flow is good for the circulation. Plus, you can put it on YouTube and watch the hits (sorry, but the pun is pretty much unavoidable) come rolling in!


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