Limited fighting game where you make the moves
Toribash is an unusual combat game where your role is simply to make 3D figures smash the hell out of each other. It features a range of fighting styles including Sumo, Kick Boxing, and Judo. The graphics are quite basic, and the gameplay is extremely limited. The controls can be frustrating, but Toribash can be fun once you get the hang of it.
In Toribash, you have to click on a section of your fighter's body and then select the action you want to perform using the mouse. The character will then immediately spring into life and smash the bits out of the computer opponent. Heads and limbs break off with alarming regularity, and blood runs freely, although the poor graphics make it less shocking.
In this demo version, you can only perform limited moves and you can't earn belts. However, for $20, you can upgrade to the full version. The overall gameplay would be enhanced significantly if the characters were given names or personalities, the scenarios were more imaginative, and if there were some kind of competition mode.
Toribash is fine if you just want to smash-up some limbs, but the gameplay is awkward, limited, and not something that will have you coming back for more.