Circle of Sumo is a competitive multiplayer game with dozens of different arenas where 2 to 4 players, alone or in teams, fight to be the last one standing in the ring in an intense challenge of power, precision, reflexes and cunning.
Circle of Sumo is a fast-paced competitive multiplayer, with dozens of different arenas where players alone or in teams, fight for supremacy of the ring in an intense challenge of power, precision, reflexes and cunning. But Sumo is just a starting point: the basic mechanics of the game have been explored in order to make Circle Of Sumo a real mini-games box, a sort of kaleidoscope of playable pills with a joyful and inclusive soul, while keeping its purely competitive aspects, such as controllers precision and characters' statistics.
So, not just Sumo arenas wherever imagination can see a ring (such as a traditional dohyo, the top of a tower, traffic roundabouts, desert islands, spinning carousels, golf courses, sunny cemeteries, dark attics and many other unlikely places where the game's leitmotiv shape, the circle, is the only thing they have in common) but also a multitude of minigames for everyone's taste including many original creations, some reimagining of sports like football and hockey, and tributes to the history of videogames like Pong and Frogger.
Precision, reflexes and cunning: at the Circle of Sumo world tournament anyone can stand out but only the best to become Yokozuna.
Local Multiplayer for 2, 3 or 4 players, alone or in teams
Dozen of different arenas with unique mechanics to be discovered and collected as playing cards
Many different wrestlers with different attributes
Easy to learn, hard to master
Analogue controls and an accurate physical simulation