This free boxing game might be somewhat repetitive, but it is good for a few chuckles. As you might infer from its name, the game pits historical figures--such as Ghandi, Abe Lincoln, and Caesar--against each other in a boxing match. You can play with any combination of up to three computerized or human opponents. The colorful graphics are pretty decent for a free game, though the small characters are tough to see once you actually get in the ring. The Historical League of Bouncy Boxing is easy to learn, yet we wish you could reconfigure the control keys. Nevertheless, you will find a few customization options, including the ability to play in window mode, adjust the sound and music volume, and fight in a few rings. Hard-core gamers might find this game too simplistic, but casual players are bound to find some charm in it.
What's new in version
ReleaseNovember 7, 2008
Date AddedApril 6, 2005
Operating SystemsWindows 2000, Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows, Windows XP
The Historical League of Bouncy Boxing is a sporting club for figures of high historical significance. Members don gloves, and battle it out in a variety of arenas. The aim is basically to wipe out all the other players by picking up speed and timing your punch to hit them. The faster you're moving the more damage is done. The game includes six historical characters to control (Napoleon, Gandhi, Lincoln, Henry VII, Hitler, and Caesar), 10 zany power-ups, and four mind-blowing arenas.