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ABRACA - Imagic Games

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The Great Romantic Games of Imagi are ready to start! The first competitors are making their entrance: Between the regular Prince Charming and his dear Princess Abraca, Hansel and Gretel the two quite enormous kids, several colorful interesting creatures are waiting to jump into the battle

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Be careful, ABRACA is a controller-exclusive game, you will need 1 controller per player. Make sure you own such devices before you purchase the game.


Once upon a time in the World of Imagi....

WELCOME TO THE BIGGEST LIVE-COMPETITION THEATER EVER SEEN!

The Great Romantic Games of Imagi are ready to start! The first competitors are making their entrance: Between the regular Prince Charming and his dear Princess Abraca, Hansel and Gretel the two quite enormous kids, several colorful interesting creatures are waiting to jump into the battle: a half-naked Don Quichotte sides a masochist BBW (Big Bad Wolf) and his sadistic Red Hood, the Snow Queen has come with a huge white furry beast from the Far north. But their dreams of friendly jousts between high-born nobles will collapse against the reality of extreme fights against monsters, endless falls into the pit and lethal traps everywhere. And their fierest enemies will be the fellows currently walking together with them. Loyalty, Bravery, Honor... forget them all! Only the most cunning competitors can win this free-for-all dungeon race.


KEY FEATURES

  • FAIRY TALES from your childhood ... in a WHACKY version[/b] : Castles, dragons, princes, mermaids, witches and magical beans that will awaken you inner child and allow you at last to remove the stupid smile from the face of this sickening heroes...

  • At last, a real PARTY GAME... FOR GAMERS![/b] Easy and fun to play, hard to master. A competitive free-for-all furious gameplay, where three of you monsters can league against one prince, or stand in the princesses' slippers in a ready-to-rumble mode.

  • HOURS OF RUN AND FIGHT[/b], up to 4 in a couch: 5 environments, 2 multiplayer modes, 3 Solo Challenge/Scoring modes, surprises to unlock, megabosses inspired by your deepest nightmares... you will always get a chance to laugh at your couch neighboor!

  • PRINCE CHARMING or MONSTER?[/b] Both, my dear: As one of the 5 princes (each with their unique powers), you must complete each stage as fast as possible, while your 3 monster opponents activate traps and defences to slow you down and make you fall. You will also play a princess, fighting against 3 of your "best friends" in an arena to give a life bonus to your prince for the next stage. The power of love...

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Publisher:
Plug-in Digital
Developer:
Ankama Studio
Genres:
Action
Source:
Plug-in Digital
Released:
Thursday, March 31, 2016
Modes:
Singleplayer
Languages:
English
Headset:
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Customer notes
Minimum Requirements

WINDOWS:

- OS: Windows Vista, 7+
- Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo
- RAM: 3 GB
- Graphic Card: Shader Model 3, 512MB VRAM
- Hard Drive: 4 GB
- DirectX 9.0c

MAC:

- OS: Snow Leopard (10.6)+
- Processor: Intel Core i3
- RAM: 3 GB
- Hard Drive: 4 GB

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An enjoyable local multiplayer game

ABRACA - Imagic Games is a multiplayer arena game starring characters from different stories and fairy tales. Two to four players are able to choose from the games five characters, who each have unique abilities. There is no online play or bots so you will need to have people to play the game with you in person, controllers are also a requirement to play. The game has a race mode where the chosen player has to make it through 9 stages as quickly as possible in 60 seconds while the other players attempt to stop them, every round a new player is the chosen one. There is an arena mode where players compete against each other to complete the stage objective. The final mode is a single player challenge mode which is more like a training/tutorial feature and not something that you would buy the game for. It's a fun and good looking game but is at it's best with four players, which requires you to have three other people with you to play the game locally and four controllers to connect to your computer. That requirement can also make the price seem high if it isn't a game that can be played very often.

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