Toribash
Toribash
5.44

4.6

Toribash free download for Mac

Toribash5.44

25 August 2020

Turn-based martial arts fighting game.

Overview

Toribash is a turn-based fighting game. Create your own martial arts movies in single player sandbox mode, or join the competition in the multi player modes.

Focus is on tactics rather than reaction and button mashing. The game features physics, full dismemberment, decapitation and comic style blood.

What's new in Toribash

Version 5.44:
Notifications:
  • Your forums PMs can now be viewed directly in game client. No more checking forums to see whether you've got TC from other players or what item you've won in an event!
Global Quests:
  • Global quests allow you to get rewards for hitting certain gameplay milestones, be it gaining a new belt, inviting friends to Toribash, winning games in certain mods and so on. Global quests are available in the Quests tab.
New login and register screen:
  • Both screens got the new look - and it's not just the looks but we've also added the referral system to the registration. You can now invite your friends to Toribash, have them specify your name during registration, and once they hit 100 Qi you both will be able to get free stuff!
General menu optimizations:
  • Main menu should load up quicker now, and generally work slightly better.
Various bug fixes:
  • With Toribash 5.44 we've dropped support for 32-bit macOS systems and will now only release the 64-bit version of the game.
  • Windows and Linux will stay 32 bit for now, but that may change with any future updates.

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4 Reviews of Toribash

Corpsecorps
02 October 2008
Version: 3.5

Most helpful

Did i mention the VERY STEEP LEARNING CURVE? It's about mastering the sometimes unintuitive properties of physics which govern the behavior of the unsophisticated bodies in the game. Try making your player move like a _person_ and you will be doing a lot of ineffectual, clumsy contorting and falling over, or being rapidly knocked to bits in head-to-head combat. In other words, it's a very innovative, interesting game if you have lots of time to master it. If not, it's more enjoyable to watch.
(3)
Corpsecorps
02 October 2008
Version: 3.5
Did i mention the VERY STEEP LEARNING CURVE? It's about mastering the sometimes unintuitive properties of physics which govern the behavior of the unsophisticated bodies in the game. Try making your player move like a _person_ and you will be doing a lot of ineffectual, clumsy contorting and falling over, or being rapidly knocked to bits in head-to-head combat. In other words, it's a very innovative, interesting game if you have lots of time to master it. If not, it's more enjoyable to watch.
(3)
Corpsecorps
02 March 2008
Version: 3.1
Cool! Bloody. Very steep learning curve.
(2)
5
Bailiss
20 November 2006
Version: 2.2
This game is the bomb. Admittedly, it's a bit of an oddball game, so I'd say, if you don't like unusual games that demands some of your time to get to learn, you may want to pass this one. But on the other hand, if like original games with alternative concepts, you will love Toribash! To me, playing Toribash for the first time gave me the same feeling as I got when first saw the Matrix I movie, wow!!! There is a special kind of feel to the moves and fights going on in Toribash: sort of a perfect mix between ridiculous nonsense and super dope, abstract stuff that the Matrix makers could never, ever come up with. It takes a little while to understand the mechanics, but once you know how it works, it all makes sense and you WILL become able to sucessfully do things with that fighting ragdoll of yours. It's like learning to walk, in computer world. What I also like about Toribash - as opposed to other fighting games, where you just bash a button or two, as fast as you can - is that Toribash introduces a certain level of strategy. One thing is to cotrol your own player's moves, but after a while, you'll notice that it's almost equally as important to actually predict the opponent's intentions, and hopefully learn how to use that to your advantage. This game's truly innovative, and an interesting alternative for those gaming geeks, who are looking for something fresh.
(1)
4.25
hced
27 October 2006
Version: 2.1
Wow. I downloaded and tried the demo... and this is one of the most rad games I've seen in years! I'm definitely going to buy this. Here are some constructive criticism: - I think the chat is a tad bit glitchy/laggy. - There should be some sort of variations in the music. I like the repetitive concept of it, but it needs some sort of slight variations in order not to end up feeling like you had a drill in your brain, so to speak. - Player colors (red and blue) can be a little too hard to differentiate. Maybe adding a blue'er and mroe reddish theme to the players respectively? I look forward in seeing this game develop further. It's a great concept!!!
(0)
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4.6

App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • Mac OS X 10.4.0 or later
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