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"Arm-wrestling" a.k.a. "Arm Wrestling" is a 1985 arcade game developed and released only in North America by Nintendo and a spin-off of the Punch-Out!! series. Since it was created by the same development team that made the Punch-Out!! series, Arm Wrestling features many of the same features such as a dual-monitor system and quirky computer opponents. It was the last arcade game Nintendo independently developed and released before switching over to third-party arcade developers. The arcade game's announcer uses some voice samples of Han from the 1973 film Enter the Dragon, as well as original ones.
- designer: Genyo Takeda
- developer: Nintendo IRD
- genre: Sports game
- publisher: Nintendo
- released in (30 years ago)
Arm-wrestling a.k.a. Arm wrestling, also known as Bras de fer, is a type of wrestling with two participants. Each participant places one arm on a surface with their elbows bent and touching the surface, and they grip each other's hand. The goal is to pin the other's arm onto the surface, with the winner's arm over the loser's arm.
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Game Theory (2014)
A Nontechnical Introduction to the Analysis of Strategy Third Edition by Roger A McCain
Arm-wrestling is a correlated strategy equilibrium.
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