Get in the Ring with N3 Multiplayer!

Face off against your friends in a fast and fun striking game made to get you moving, and your competitive juices flowing. Multiplayer mode is designed for local play amongst friends and family. The scoring system is designed to be specific and accurate to encourage competition.

Settings Screen

Up to 10 players can choose to compete in either our Mitts or Sparring Rounds.
Rounds can last between 1-10 minutes, with a max of 15 rounds. When the first round ends, the next player will start their round. This continues until all rounds have been completed by all players. The winner is selected after the last round is completed.
Choose between Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced difficulty. The set difficulty will be the difficulty used for all rounds and players.
Players can also enter their name and fighting stance for a more personalized experience.

Mitts Round

Mitts puts the player against a virtual avatar where the goal is to hit all the targets quickly and accurately, while maintaining power. When playing with defensive moves enabled, the player will also have to evade strikes made by the trainer.
Score is based on the player’s Accuracy, Pace, Power, Reaction Time, and Defensive Moves performed.
  • Accuracy is calculated by the number of correct strikes you make over the course of the round.
  • Pace is calculated by the total number of strikes you made divided by the number of correct strikes that were possible for the round.
  • Power represents how hard the targets are hit, with the optimal power being 100%. Overpowered or underpowered strikes are scored for less.
  • Reaction Time represents how quickly a target is struck. Striking the targets too soon or too late will result in a lower score.
  • Successfully completing Defensive Moves results in a higher score.

Sparring Round

Sparring is a freestyle mode where the player faces off against a virtual avatar. The player can use any moves they like, while performing combos and evading strikes.
Score is based on the player’s Accuracy, Pace, Power, Reaction Time, Combos, Strike Location, and Defensive Moves performed.
  • Accuracy is calculated by the number of correct strikes you make over the course of the round.
  • Pace is calculated by the total number of strikes you made divided by the number of correct strikes that were possible for the round.
  • Power represents how hard the targets are hit, with the optimal power being 100%. Overpowered or underpowered strikes are scored for less.
  • Reaction Time represents how quickly a target is struck. Striking the targets too soon or too late will result in a lower score.
  • Double, Triple, and Quad Combos can all be performed for a high score multiplier. A higher combo will result in a higher multiplier.
  • Strike Location is represented by the coloring of different areas on the virtual avatar. Striking the same location multiple times will result in that area gradually turning red. Red areas are scored lower than other areas, so distribute strikes evenly among areas for a better score.
  • Successfully completing Defensive Moves results in a higher score.

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