By Studio Industrial Ltd

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2019-09-27
  • Current Version: 61
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 204.54 MB
  • Developer: Studio Industrial Ltd
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 17 Ratings


Become a rookie boxing manager with something to prove, working to establish a stable of talented fighters to take on the world – in LEATHER®: Tactical Boxing Management. Recruit promising young amateurs, established professionals or retired veterans, challenge favourable opponents, and train your fighters for upcoming bouts. Matches are won or lost depending on the strategy and tactics you devise, so it’s crucial to analyse both your combatant and your opponent to create the correct fight plan. Winning bouts will move your boxer up their respective weight division rankings, to eventually challenge for the world championship belt itself. But the boxing world is a slippery one; losing bouts will delay your ability to challenge others, ruining your momentum and allowing other promising stars to challenge your position. Suffering injuries during bouts will lower your boxer’s subsequent fitness, meaning they will be less effective in the next bout unless given time to rest and recuperate. Boxers you seek revenge upon might shift weight division, foiling your plans for immediate payback. Different boxers peak at different stages during their careers, and as time passes your boxers will age and their abilities will wane. Young, fresh-faced opponents will rise through the ranks to challenge your dominance, and wily old campaigners will battle on long passed their best, eager to show they’ve still got it. The path to glory is not always clear, and it is up to you how you form your fighters’ careers. Do you ambitiously rush them up through the rankings – challenging as high as you can each time, or do you favour a steadier approach – building your boxer’s skills over more contests? Do you favour the breathless punch exchanges of the lower weight divisions, or the thudding power of the heavier ones? Will you dominate in one weight division for a decade, or will you shift your fighters from division to division, capturing as many titles as possible before their skills begin to wane? Do you allow your recruits to retire undefeated at the peak of their powers, or do you keep ushering them on for one more tilt at the big time, long after their abilities have deteriorated? The choice is yours; there’s no end-game in LEATHER®. The only definition of glory is your own.



  • Waste of dollars

    By Cereyno
    Was great till I got locked up with contract “issues” that don’t allow you to do anything.
  • Love it

    By jose0502
    This is a great game bought it after a few days playing on the lite version great concept has great potential amazing work for a one man team. I do have a few suggestions for the game 1. I would like to be able to see how much the fighters make each fight. 2. I would like be be able to see there a for all the stats. 3. I would like to be able to make more money for the lower ranked matches. 4 this isn’t much of a big deal but I would like to see that when a boxers fitness is below a certain point they can’t be challenged.
  • Eric

    By Ericbass24
    The game was a 5 star game until the new update. The game is still good but my fighters only going up by 1 is bad. I understand why yall did it but it should at least be 2 not 1 cause now it’s hard to get better.
  • New game

    By hiebdjeowjeoe
    You guys should try to make a game in which we are the boxer trying to be signed but using the same tactical layout as leather ,I would definitely pay for that,
  • Best Boxing Simulator Out Right Now

    As much as I love this game, I’d want to somehow have file imports added in so we could create simulated versions of present day boxers ( Canelo,Anthony Joshua, Deontay Wilder, Lomachenko, to name a few) or perhaps you could install parodies of these boxers in the game? Secondly as another review alluded to, having the boxers have some sort of stick figure image or overall facial features would make it that much better with the ability to see their trunks and gloves? I’d like to see more an in game media presence, perhaps parodies of IFL TV and FightHype as well. Lastly it’d be fun to see the ramifications of fighters missing weight, and PED usage, controversial judging, and (I’m aware it’s already in game) but could you make it so throwing in towel (aka the retirement of a fighter is used or not used more) and if a player/cpu chooses not to retire their fighter could we see boxers develop heinous injuries like a Adonis Stevenson or Gearld McClellan or evening worse instances such as Maxim Dadashev. I know it may seem grotesque but the more I play I get frustrated when on multiple occasions I’ve knocked a cpu fighter down 6+ times with no referee or corner stoppage, for this to be realistic either the CPU should jump more frequently or we should see the cost of this sport and the toll it takes on fighters health.
  • Great Boxing Sim

    By Julianna/Julie
    My friend recommended this game to me and it’s great! I used to play World Title Boxing Manager because it was the only iOS boxing manager. However, I switched to Leather and I couldn’t be happier.
  • A game that has the ability to be fun for all players.

    By Shanester85
    There’s enough detail in the game for any boxing fan to love, or if you’re like me, it’s the perfect game to play AFK. can play the game for hours on end, and never have to dedicate all my attention to it.