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"FINAL FANTASY BRAVE EXVIUS, a brand-new FINAL FANTASY experience, will launch for free (with in-app purchases) on iOS and Android devices this summer. The hit title has already drawn in more than six million players in Japan and is an entirely new role-playing adventure for the mobile generation. The title brings the classic FINAL FANTASY lore with legendary heroes from the franchise."
Come join Hefty Smurf as he saves the day by rescuing everyone in the Smurf village. The story takes place during a full moon on a dark night as Gargamel casts a terrible spell on the Smurfs' village. All the Smurfs are now trapped inside their worst nightmares. Help Hefty Smurf rescue his friends by voyaging into this weird and crazy world. The fate of the Smurfs is in your hands! Will you be able to save them? This game contains cver 16 stages of game play, plus bonus stages!
Use your magic staff and progress through a large interconnected world where you'll solve puzzles, fight enemies and defeat bosses in order to help free the land of Alwa. Explore and uncover the secrets by using your platforming skills in this challenging and charming 8-bit adventure game.
Alwa’s Awakening is a game that tries to stay as close as possible to the authentic 8-bit look with sweet pixel art, a soundtrack filled with catchy chiptunes and so much charm it’ll bring you right back to the NES era. With easy to understand controls the game is easy to learn but tough to master, just like how games were in the old days!
- A new challenging NES-inspired adventure game
- Use the magic staff to solve puzzles and defeat enemies
- Find and unlock upgrades to your items and abilities
- Explore a large interconnected map in true 'Metroidvania' style
- Listen to a completely new 8-bit soundtrack with over 25 new original tracks
BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma Extend (formerly dubbed as BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma 2.0 in Arcade version) is a 2D fighting game and the enhanced version of BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma. Chrono Phantasma Extend adds two additional characters: Lambda-11 and Celica A. Mercury. The console release introduced extra story modes, such as the beach scenario from the Playstation Vita version of Chrono Phantasma, a new story based on the BlazBlue: Remix Heart manga, and additional scenarios for certain characters such as Kokonoe, Kagura, and Bullet. For the localized version of Extend, Library Mode reintroduced from the Japanese release. The Playstation Vita version of Chrono Phantasma Extend also adds dual audio to the Story Mode, which was not present in the original Vita release.
Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax is a 2D arcade fighting game developed to celebrate the 20th anniversary of ASCII Media Works' Dengeki Bunko imprint, featuring various characters from light novels published under the imprint. The game was initially launched in Japanese arcades and was later ported to home consoles.
The first game in the series came out in 1992 on Amiga, Atari ST and DOS. It takes place on the island of Kendoria. At the beginning, the player controls a warrior called Aramir, and he must defeat Krogh, an evil sorcerer who has killed lord Jarel. The game takes its name from Krogh's fortress, Ishar, whose name means "unknown" in the game's fictional elf language. In order to achieve this, the player's characters must travel across the whole island and, among other things, meet with the surviving companions of Jarel.
Most of Ishar takes place in an outdoor environment, which was original for computer roleplaying games of the time. It also featured a unique system to change the lineup of player characters: the player can have up to five characters at the same time, but each one will like or dislike his comrades. These preferences come into play when the player tries to recruit or dismiss a character, because the other characters will then vote for or against the recruitment or dismissal. If a character cannot be dismissed by a vote, it is possible for the player to have him assassinated by another character, but there is a risk that other characters will murder the murderer himself, possibly creating a chain of murders that slays the whole party but one.
Attack of the Killer Tomatoes is a platformer game released for the Nintendo Entertainment System, and later ported to the Gameboy. It was developed by Imagineering and based on the children's cartoon Attack of the Killer Tomatoes: The Animated Series, which in kind was based off of the movie franchise Attack of the Killer Tomatoes.