Wrassling is a 2 player pixelated wrestling game. Get ready to enter the ring, rotate your arms, and battle your opponents!


Wrassling is a 2-player wrestling game by Colin Lande, Folmer Kelly, and IsYourGuy.


  • Controls for 1-player mode: Use Z and X to rotate arms and arrow keys to move and jump.
  • Controls for 2-player mode: Player 1 use WASD and X, C and Player 2 uses arrow keys and O, P.

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This is a wonderful wrestling game that you can play here in your browser. Wrassling has received 615,621 plays and has received a rating of 9.3 / 10 with 13,198 votes. The game is built with Flash technology to work flawlessly in modern browsers. In addition to playing Wrassling in your browser, you can also install the Wrassling app on your Android devices and on your iPhone and iPad. Did you like playing this arcade game? Then take a look at our other wrestling games like Drunken Wrestlers and Wack Wrestling Challenge.

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