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The contest takes place inside a circle known as a ‘Roda’ and as in the real thing, the Capoeiristi are ringed by musicians who underscore the combat with traditional rhythms. The three difficulty levels Batizado (beginner), Instrutor, (advanced) and Professor (master) can be set by players to match their experience.

There are a total of twelve different characters available who, before they fight, also have to complete a comprehensive set of training sessions under the guidance of an experienced Capoeira Master. In the course of the game attributes such as strength, endurance, breathing, or speed of the character can be steadily improved, upgrades can also be purchased and special training sessions activated. There are three difficulty levels to choose from in single player mode and in the thrilling multiplayer mode several players can step up against each other and test their skills.
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