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Fairytale Fights Videos and Trailers - PC

Fairytale Fights
Game Description:It's time for some sick and twisted fun in the form of Fairytale Fights, a new platformer in which players chose a familiar fairytale character and then attempt to save the world! Don't let this premise fool you, this game is not for kids. Running on the Unreal 3 engine, this title encourages player to slice up foes for a bloody twist to a familiar story. Foes are sliced and diced in real-time, thanks to Playlogic's in-house "Dynamic Slicing" technology. Instead of using preset animations, players have the ability to slice up an enemy in any way they like by using the analog stick. Apart from this "cutting" edge technology, the game will also use the tested powers of the Unreal 3 engine.
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