Play as the daemon-hunter Baron Dashforth in a side-scrolling co-op brawler set entirely on the grand spectacle of a theatre stage that rewards performance over pummeling. Perform shattering takedowns and reversals!Read full description
“The best beat 'em up since Castle Crashers.” Northernlion
“...one of the most charming action games of the year...” 9/10 – Gaming Nexus
“One hell of a performance.” 8.1/10 – IGN
Play as the daemon-hunter Baron Dashforth in a side-scrolling co-op brawler set entirely on the grand spectacle of a theatre stage that rewards performance over pummeling. Perform shattering takedowns and reversals! Electrify the audience with devastating linked attacks as you have a friend join as sidekick Scampwick and use every stage-trick you know to bring the house down! Play out the most spectacular moments of the Baron’s life; improbable beasts, astonishing villainy and, at the heart of it all, the mysterious Foul Play!
22 Incredible Acts: From the deserts of Cairo to the depths of Atlantis
Over 50 hideous enemies drawn from the Baron's recollections
Learn 12 Electrifying stage-tricks to bring the house down
Have a friend join as sidekick Scampwick in Local & Online Co-op modes
Beautifully animated scene changes re-create the Baron's adventure
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Foul Play is a beat'em up game in vain of Final Fight and Double Dragon, or, for younger ones, Castle Crashers. Graphics and soundtrack are really nice, and the gimmick of everything going on on stage as a play blends perfectly. There are 22 stages to go through, split into 4 acts and boss fights, but the biggest flaw of this game is that alone it gets boring fast and other than graphics, there is not much to be enjoyed or seen. After 5 hours the game is done and there is nothing to motivate you to go back again. If you can find someone to play it with you, then I recommend it, because the game is fun to play, but if you want something better, go get Castle Crashers, which is much suprerior game, giving you the ability to play with up to 4 people.
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