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Shadow Fight 2 is a role-playing fighting game developed by Nekki. The first version of the game was soft launched on October 9, 2013 while the game was later released worldwide on May 1, 2014 on both Android and iOS platforms, and on January 27, 2015, it was released on Windows 8 and 8.1. On September 13, 2018, it was released for Nintendo Switch as well. The Switch version was the first to introduce real-time versus mode to Shadow Fight 2 via local player-vs-player battles. On March 12, 2019, Nekki announced that the game has been completely rewritten with the Unity engine. The new version was made gradually available to a small number of Android users in order to avoid problems and issues, before it was finally available globally at April 7, 2019.

This installment introduces the game's events with an animated prologue. In this introduction, the narrator (who is the main character) reveals that he was a legendary combatant. On his travels to find a worthy opponent, he came across and opened the Gates of Shadows, releasing the demons and effectively reducing himself to a shadow. Continuing the theme of its predecessor, players begin the game as an unarmed silhouette. They are then given simple tutorials which familiarize them with the game.

Shadow Fight 2 is available in English, German, French, Russian, Chinese (simplified and traditional), Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, Turkish, Japanese, and Korean.


Official Description

The sequel to the famous Facebook smash hit with 40 million users! From the creators of Vector: Shadow Fight 2 is a nail-biting mix of RPG and classical Fighting. This game lets you equip your character with countless lethal weapons and rare armor sets, and features dozens of life-like-animated Martial Arts techniques! Crush your enemies, humiliate demon bosses, and be the one to close the Gates of Shadows. Do you have what it takes to kick, punch, jump, and slash your way to victory? There’s only one way to find out...


Shadow was formerly a powerful combatant, but his arrogance led him to defy the rules established by his ancestors, and he opened the Gates of Shadows. Upon doing so, he quickly realized his mistake but it was too late. The Demons who were inside the Gates are freed and Shadow lost his flesh and soul and became a mere silhouette of his former self. Seeking to redeem himself, Shadow must defeat all the demons and reclaim their Demon Seals in order to close the Gates of Shadows and lock away the evil he has unleashed upon the world. Along his journey, Shadow meets with allies who help him in his quest, as well as many adversaries who challenge him to duels for thier own reasons.

Upon closing the Gates, Shadow unexpectedly gets involved in something much more sinister when one if his friends, May, got pulled in through to the Gates. Attempting to rescue May, Shadow reopens the Gates of Shadows once more and he goes through the Gates, which are revealed to be a portal and Shadow is taken to another world. He learns that all of his misfortunes are all caused by Titan, a powerful cyborg alien who had conquered many worlds and is now close to invading Shadow's world. Only Shadow who can stop this cruel invader once and for all.


Shadow Fight 2 feature battles with epic combat sequences, rendered in astonishingly life-like detail with easy to learn controls. Players are given the opportunity to customize their fighter with epic swords, nunchacku, armor suits, magical powers, and more.

Throughout the game this character will acquire new levels and skills. They can pick and combine what Weapon, Armor, Helm, Ranged Weapon and Magic their character will use, resulting in hundreds of possible combinations. Players can further enchant their equipment to strengthen their gears.

The players can purchase and upgrade these equipment using three major types of currencies: Coins, Gems, and Shadow Orbs. As players progressed, they will obtain different types of coins as they travel to different places.

The game features a total of 7 Acts. Players will journey through each Act on their quest to defeat the menacing Demons and close the Gates of Shadows. They will face many foes and challenges on their adventure, travelling through different places and worlds, culminating in the epic fight with the mighty conqueror in the final Act.

Aside from the main story, several modes of play are also available which serve to expand upon the story, as well as enriching the gameplay and giving further information about the world. Players can participate in various modes, such as Tournament, Challenge, Survival, and many more. Shall the players want even more challenge or to prove that their victory is not coincidence, they are given the option to activate Eclipse, which will increase the difficulty of fights and allow them to replay completed fights with a much stronger enemies.

Shadow Fight 2 also features a multiplayer mode, the Raids (Underworld). The players will descend to the underground map, where they can challenge mighty bosses in cooperation with other players.


The loading screen when opening the game.

Ingame loading screen.

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The training area in Shadow Fight 2.

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A tutorial in Shadow Fight 2

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The weapon menu in Shadow Fight 2


The enchantment menu in Shadow Fight 2

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A perk menu in Shadow Fight 2

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A fight in Shadow Fight 2

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A boss fight in Shadow Fight 2


Act menu in Shadow Fight 2.

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Eclipse mode in Shadow Fight 2.

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A Versus screen in Shadow Fight 2

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A dialogue from game.

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A bodyguard and boss line in Shadow Fight 2.

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The Final Titan Battle in Shadow Fight 2

Karcer Raid Lobby

Raid tab showing the players' score and the remaining shield and time.

Raid preview

A raid fight in Shadow Fight 2


First Avatar - Used from initial release to Titan update.

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Second Avatar - Used from Titan Update to Christmas Update.


Third Avatar - Used from Christmas update to Raids update.


Fourth Avatar - Used during raid update to Halloween 2016 update.


Fifth Avatar - Used during the Halloween update.


Sixth Avatar - Used during clan update.


Seventh Avatar - Used during New Year 2018 update and twelfth during Valentine 2020 update.


Eighth Avatar - Used during New Year 2019 update.


Ninth Avatar.

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Tenth Avatar - Used during Christmas and New Year update.

Eleventh Icon

Eleventh Avatar - Used during Chinese New Year update.

Twelfth Icon

Twelfth Avatar - Used during Indian Ram Navami update.

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Shadow Fight 2

The sequel to the famous Facebook smash hit with 40 million users

Shadow Fight 2 is a nail-biting mix of RPG and classical Fighting. This game lets you equip your character with countless lethal weapons and rare armor sets, and features dozens of lifelike-animated Martial Arts techniques! Crush your enemies, humiliate demon bosses, and be the one to close the Gate of Shadows. Do you have what it takes to kick, punch, jump, and slash your way to victory? There’s only one way to find out.

- Plunge into epic combat sequences, rendered in astonishingly lifelike detail by an
all-new animation system.

- Devastate your enemies with delightfully intuitive controls, thanks to an all-new
fighting interface designed especially for touchscreens.

- Enter the "Underworld" and fight with friends against fearsome bosses!

- Journey through six different worlds full of menacing demons in this action-
packed, adrenaline-fueled combat RPG with an immersive, intriguing storyline.

- Customize your fighter with epic swords, nunchacku, armor suits, magical powers,
and more.

Shadow Fight 2. May the battle begin!

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The sequel to the famous Facebook smash hit with 40 million users!

From the creators of Vector: Shadow Fight 2 is a nail-biting mix of RPG and classical Fighting. This game lets you equip your character with countless lethal weapons and rare armor sets, and features dozens of lifelike-animated Martial Arts techniques! Crush your enemies, humiliate demon bosses, and be the one to close the Gate of Shadows. Do you have what it takes to kick, punch, jump, and slash your way to victory? There’s only one way to find out...

- Plunge into epic combat sequences, rendered in astonishingly lifelike detail by an all-new animation system.

- Devastate your enemies with delightfully intuitive controls, thanks to an all-new fighting interface designed especially for touchscreens.

- Enter the "Underworld" and fight with friends against fearsome bosses!

- Journey through six different worlds full of menacing demons in this action-packed, adrenaline-fueled combat RPG with an immersive, intriguing storyline.

- Customize your fighter with epic swords, nunchacku, armor suits, magical powers, and more.

Shadow Fight 2. May the battle begin!

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Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5

137.4K Ratings

This should be a perfect 5

Shadow Fight 2 is by far my favorite mobile game of all time. I have maxed out gear and levels and have the tempest rage legendary enchantment and a medium enchantment on all of my gear. I've been reading the reviews of the game, and people are saying that the CPU spamming ranged attacks is making the game hard to play. I can say from personal experience that this is not something that is broken or even something that puts you at a disadvantage. The controls are designed so that you can avoid these attacks and take advantage of the opening they create to start a chain of your own. Additionally, there are no issues with moves not activating as I saw in another review. In the 3+ years I had this game I never experienced any issues with the controls at all. It is very stable and will run smoothly and without bugs even on my 5S. It does require a ton of grinding to complete the game, but although I did spend $7 on microtransactions in appreciation of Nekki and the game, it is certainly possible to complete without spending any money. That being said, SF3 isn't too far off now and I don't think it is feasible to complete the game before it comes out. I would wait for that to come out or play this game casually for practice because the controls will have the same basic concept.

Good game, but encounters not so much

The game is overall good, but the one complaint I have is the encounter mechanic where you reach a certain range of levels and somebody approaches and challenges you. To start this off, the enemy is WAY too hard. Typically impossible, insane if lucky, and it’s one of those “If you get hit more than 3-4 times, you’re dead but you have to hit me at least 40 times, and also, you still lose 1/5 of your health if you block” impossible. There is an option where you can go to the shop and buy yourself a new weapon or armor to help you out, but every time I didn’t have any money to do anything so I don’t see much point in that. If you upgraded your equipments frequently, you might win, but if you’re one of those people that save up their money to upgrade your weapon to the next level without repeating survival mode more than 10 times, you’re not in luck. And every time you try to walk away after you lost, May will stop you telling not to, giving you a reason. When this happened to me in act 6, she said that I can’t let anyone have a doubt in my identity, which made me feel like I was screwing up the entire storyline and made me feel guilty, even though I tried my best using all the gems I had to retry the battle. And also you need to realize that you can’t fight these guys again. No chance; you lose, you will never get the exclusive weapon, no retry after you walk away. I think how y’all designed the encounter mechanic is pretty unfair.


This is another brilliant mobile game from the folks at Nekki. They knocked my socks off with Vector years ago so I was happy to give Shadow Fight a try. I was immediately enamoured with the visual style. But I soon found myself frustrated with the controls. The virtual joystick took some getting used to, as did the timing of action moves. It ain't like Street Fighter, where you can rip off a sequence of fast punches or kicks with quick button taps. Here, once an action move has been initiated, its animation sequence is slower and more deliberate and cannot be interrupted; if you swing your blades too soon you can be left going through the motions while your adversary pummels you with a more precisely timed attack. As I said, even though the gameplay took me a long while to get comfortable with I'm glad to have kept trying, as I can now progress through the game at a rate that allows me to unlock new weapons, armor, and levels faster than the speed of a glacier. You need to win fights to get money...keep losing and you won't be upgrading your fighter...yada yada yada. Long rating short--"If you're into anything that elicits emotion and visceral synapse responsiveness, do yourself a favor and download this game now." Poignant prognostications not endorsed by this submission.

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Shadow Fight 2

2014 video game

Shadow Fight 2 is a role-playingfighting game developed by Russian Cyprus-based developer Nekki.[2] It is the second installment in the Shadow Fight series and was soft-launched on October 22, 2013. The full game was released worldwide on May 1, 2014, for both the Android and iOS operating systems.[3] It was then released to Windows 8 and 8.1 on January 26, 2015,[4] and to the Nintendo Switch as a downloadable Nintendo eShop title on September 13, 2018.[5]

The game uses the same graphics as Shadow Fight, which depict the player character and their opponents as 2Dsilhouettes. The player starts out unarmed, but as they level up, they unlock more advanced weapons, armors and helms. The title introduces several new elements to the series, such as ranged weapons, magic and a multiplayer mode, where players can work together to defeat various bosses in the Underworld. The single-player campaign follows a warrior known only as "Shadow", who is reduced to a faceless silhouette after opening the Gates of Shadow—a pathway to the "Shadow World"— and being exposed to its Shadow Energy. To recover his lost honor and physical body, Shadow must search the world for six demons that escaped from the Shadow World when the gates were opened, and defeat them in combat.

Shadow Fight 2 received a large number of positive reviews upon release and is regarded as one of the best fighting games for mobile devices.[6]


Shadow Fight 2 is a 2D fighting game in which players must win the best of three matches against computer-controlled opponents.[7] The game also has RPG elements that let players upgrade their armor, weapons, skills and magical abilities.[7] The game's characters are entirely silhouettes, but the animations are realistic and physics-based.[7]

The player earns gold throughout the game that can be used to buy weapons.[7] The game contains seven different provinces, each with a main boss.[7] The player can enter only five fights before their energy must be replenished, which is done by waiting, paying real money, or watching a limited number of ads. These games may come to a series end after which the full game is completed.[7]

Achievements are a core part of Shadow Fight 2. Players are rewarded for completing the story as well as certain tasks.


Based on its aesthetics, the game appears to take place in a fictionalized version of Feudal Japan. In the game's opening cinematic, the protagonist, Shadow, explains that he was searching for a worthy opponent when he came across the Gates of Shadows, a pathway to the Shadow World. When he opens the Gates, the six demons that were imprisoned on the other side were released and Shadow's body was enveloped by the mystical Shadow Energy, which turned him into a faceless silhouette. Believing that sealing the Gates will allow him to regain his physical body, Shadow set out to defeat the demons and retrieve the seals they are guarding, which can be used to close the Gates.

Shadow is aided in his quest by his former Sensei, a blacksmith named May, and later a conman named Sly. The group travels across the region, stopping in the towns where the demons have taken residence. Shadow participates in various tournaments and battles to prepare himself for the fights with the demons and their bodyguards. The six demons that Shadow has to face are, in order:

  • Lynx, the leader of an assassin group called The Order
  • Hermit, a powerful wizard and the headmaster of a fighting & magic school
  • Butcher, the leader of a juvenile gang
  • Wasp, the Pirate Queen and daughter of the former Pirate King
  • Widow, who can seduce virtually any man with her charms
  • Shogun, a disgraced rōnin-turned-warlord

After defeating all the demons and taking their seals, Shadow arrives at the Gates. The six demons follow him to try and stop him from closing the Gates, but he overpowers them. Shadow then seals the Gates, but Titan, the ruler of the Shadow World, attacks him and captures May before the Gates close. Unable to reopen the Gates, Shadow, still a silhouette, returns to defeat the demons once again and destroy their seals, ignoring their warnings about Titan. With the seals destroyed, the Gates briefly reopen, allowing Shadow to travel to the Shadow Realm on his own.

Shadow, weakened by his travel through the Gates, is attacked and almost defeated by Shroud, a servant of Titan, but Kali, a member of an underground resistance that opposes Titan's reign, arrives to rescue him. Shadow is taken to the resistance's underground base, where the resistance's leader, Cypher, informs him that Titan is, in fact, an alien warlord who has conquered many worlds, including this one, and is planning to take over Shadow's world as well. The resistance is made up of aliens whose worlds were conquered by Titan, and Shadow proceeds to earns their respect by defeating them all in combat. Once Cypher is defeated, he remarks that Shadow might be the warrior prophesied to defeat Titan, and has Kali take him to the Ancient, a powerful being who has trained many warriors (including Shroud) and whose kind was exterminated by Titan. To find the Ancient, Shadow first locates and defeats Cronos, a robot created by Cypher for this purpose, which eventually turned rogue. Using Cronos's tracking technology, Shadow and Kali find the Ancient, who is initially reluctant to help, but eventually comes to believe in Shadow's powers after he passes all his tests, consisting of fights against the spirits of fallen warriors and Ancient himself.

The Ancient disguises Shadow as one of Titan's soldiers and suggests that he get close to Titan by participating in a tournament, whose winner will become Titan's newest elite trooper. Halfway through the tournament, Shadow is called back to the resistance hideout, which has been attacked by Shroud and another warrior, Justice. He defeats Shroud and is confronted by Justice, revealed to be a brainwashed May. After May is captured by the resistance, Shadow and Kali head to Titan's Citadel, where Shadow defeats Titan's bodyguards, all of whom are dark alternate versions of himself. Meanwhile, Ancient leaves the Shadow World to "fight a war" elsewhere. May escapes and arrives to kill Shadow, but he defeats and frees her from Titan's control. While Kali takes May back to the Gates of Shadows, Shadow and Titan engage in a final battle. Once Titan is defeated, his body explodes, destroying the citadel. Shadow is caught in the explosion, but survives and manages to return to the Gates before they are destroyed, regaining his physical body in the process. Shadow is reunited with May, and the two embrace before walking away, unaware that they are being followed by a shadow that has survived the Gates' destruction.

Old Wounds[edit]

Old Wounds is a bonus storyline exclusive the Special Edition of the game that centers on a younger Sensei's encounters with younger versions of the six demons. The battles featured in this mode cannot be replayed.

One day, Sensei runs into the Prince of Ivor City, who is being pursued by Lynx. Sensei defeats Lynx, chasing him away, while the Prince explains that he was kidnapped from his palace by unknown assailants, but managed to escape. When he was kidnapped, the Prince overheard that his soldiers are undergoing training from Hermit, so he and Sensei go to confront him, convinced that he was somehow involved in the Prince's men's betrayal. Hermit admits to betraying the Prince and hiring Lynx to kill him, but claims he did so for his school's future. After Sensei defeats him, Hermit reveals that the Prince's right-hand man, Shogun, ordered him to train his soldiers in exchange for protection from Butcher's gang, whom Hermit suspects are the ones who kidnapped the Prince. When Sensei and the Prince confront Butcher, he reveals that the latter paid him to let him go and to tell him where to find a magical Sphere. While the Prince flees, Sensei defeats Butcher, who informs him of a woman that had convinced Shogun to betray the Prince in exchange for the Sphere, which can grant anyone who wields it magic powers.

Butcher points Sensei to the docks where the Sphere is about to be brought in by boat. There, he is confronted by Wasp, who reveals that the Sphere had been retrieved by someone the day prior. After being defeated, Wasp reveals that the woman mentioned by Butcher is Widow, who is seeking revenge against the Prince for rejecting her love, and that the Sphere will turn anyone who uses its power into Widow's slave. Sensei finds and defeats Widow before persuading her to tell him what happened to the Sphere. Widow reveals that the Prince took it and used its power to defeat Shogun, whom he plans to execute for treason. Sensei arrives in Ivor City, where the Prince, driven mad by power, orders a mind-controlled Shogun to kill him. Following Shogun's defeat, the Prince fights Sensei himself, but is also defeated. The Ancient then arrives and explains to a confused Sensei that he has temporarily stopped the flow of time to take the Sphere back to where it belongs, and that its presence here was caused by the Gates of Shadows' instability. Before leaving, he ensures Sensei that no one, including him, will remember anything from these events by tomorrow.


Jason Parker of CNET rated the game an 8.3/10, calling it one of the best fighting games in the App Store "If you can live with the in-your-face freemium model."[7]

Rob Rich of Gamezebo rated the game 3.5/5 stars, praising the animations and weapon variety while criticizing the "imprecise controls" and some combat mechanics.[8]

Silviu Stahie of Softpedia called the game "probably the best fighting game for Android" and said that it was "easy to learn and master."[6]

On Android, the game has positive reviews from over 13 million players.[9]

Special Edition[edit]

Special Edition is the paid version of Shadow Fight 2. It was released on August 17, 2017, on Android[10] and on August 22, 2017, on iOS.[11] This version rewards players with gems more frequently and features an exclusive storyline called Old Wounds that stars a younger Sensei as the protagonist. The Nintendo Switch version of Shadow Fight 2, released in 2018, contains the same content as the Special Edition, as well as an exclusive local two-player fighting mode.[1]


Main article: Shadow Fight 3

A sequel, Shadow Fight 3, was released worldwide on November 16, 2017.[12] Unlike its predecessors, it does not have any flat 2D black shadows to represent the fighters. Instead, they are rendered as three-dimensional characters in an animated 3D environment. The shadows still exist and can be accessed with a new mode known as Shadow Form. While in this form, the fighters can become a shadow and are able to perform physics-defying moves based on the fighters' equipped item's shadow abilities.

The game's plot takes place several years after its predecessor. People have gotten used to the presence of Shadow Energy in their lives and have learned to harness it, both in war and in their day-to-day lives. Unfortunately, this positive attitude is not shared by everyone. Powerful Legion is preparing for an attack on the Dynasty's lands in order to put an end to what they see as the "Shadow Threat". On the other hand, the people of the Dynasty believe that, with the correct use, the power can help humanity solve a lot of problems. Later in the game, a third faction, the Heralds, emerges from the shadows, frightening both the Dynasty and the Legion with their vast knowledge of Shadow Energy.

Players start the game as a new recruit for the Shadow Squad, an offshoot of the Legion that does not refrain from using Shadow Energy. As they progress further, they come in contact with the other factions and can experiment, mix-and-match equipment, learn new tactics and fighting styles.



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