Aikido helps you develop calmness and relaxation by giving you feedback on your mind/body state. But since it's kind of hard to practice Aikido while you're sitting there in front of your monitor, we're going to give you feedback from a different source: Games. Keep one-point, think positive, relax, and you'll do great. (We'll even give you tips on how to do this while you're playing.) Tighten up and get nervous, though, and you won't stand a chance.

Some may notice that you get missing decompression extra with the Samuari games. After much toil, vistory is mine.
Here is the fix. If you are techwise faint of heart, grab a geek and let's go.
Note: These direction are for a PC, if you have a Mac, then go buy a PC ;)
Step 1) Make sure you download the "Full" version of Shockwave, it defaults to a slim version. Go Here:
Download Make sure to select "Full" for the installer type!
Step 2) On a windows machine, open the following directory: "C:\WINDOWS\system32\Adobe\Shockwave 11\Xtras" (sub the current version for the "11")
Step 3) Copy all the .x32 files to this directory: "C:\WINDOWS\system32\Macromed\Shockwave 10\Xtras" (again sub the version number of whatever is in there)
(Click "No" when it asks to overwrite)
Step 4) Go back to your browser and reload (hit F5 key) the page and try again
Introduction to Body/Mind Games.
Weird Samurai Game
The Seven Samurai (Minus Three)
Memory Game
Mildly Irritating Puzzle
The Shockwave plug-in is required to play these games.
Menu | Basics | Ki Exercises | Cool Ki Tricks | Games | Daily Life | Aikido | Ki Mail