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Mazu Kan Warrior

Become a kung-fu master without getting hurt. Throw and block invisible punches with the Mazu Kan martial arts combat system.

Mazu Kan - Invisible Fighting

Mazu Kan is a two-player martial arts game which lets you throw and block invisible punches without ever making contact. So, how does it work? The Mazu Kan system has an electronic chest plate and two hand units which each player wears, while standing at least 10 feet away from each other. Every time a player squeezes one of the hand units and throws a punch towards their opponent, they score a hit and the chest unit vibrates. Players can block these invisible punches by pressing one of their hand units and flipping their wrist up with their hand towards their opponent. If the punch is blocked successfully, the Mazu Kan unit will say, "Block". The first player to register ten hits against the opponent wins. The Mazu Kan are powered by radio transmitters so you can also engage in combat while you're in different rooms - meaning you can actually send invisible punches through walls.

Mazu Kan - Skill and Strategy

The Mazu Kan combat system has some neat features which add an element of stragegy to one-on-one battles. If you throw too many punches in a row, the chest shield will "overheat" and cause your defenses to go down for 5 seconds, allowing your opponent to get some easy hits. The system's advance mode includes extra powers like a Double Power punch, which registers extra hits, and a Force Field power, which shields players from attacks by their opponent. The Mazu Kan combat system is a fun way to get some exercise, while practicing your punching and blocking techniques. It's also a good way to relieve stress without actually inflincting pain on anybody. But, it's not the same as getting proper martial arts training. If you'd like to learn some real karate or kung fu moves, join a martial arts club and learn from a qualified teacher.

  • To find out more about Mazu Kan, head to www.mazukan.com.
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