Fantastical

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  1. Ern778EA

    Ern778EA New Member

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    I did post about this game in the past but it did need some more work and it is in a much better state now.

    Fantastical is a beat em up platformer with a challenge.

    Set in a cute 3D world the game takes place in a fantasy setting where the player gets to explore various surreal worlds and take down various enemies.

    Explore more than 20 worlds and get ready for a challenge! and with more planned free content.

    If you played Super Mario 64 or even Conker you will feel right at home with this game however the uniqueness of the game is in its beat em up elements, create your own combos with easy to chain attacks
    with X , B , Y or Left Click , Right Click , Middle Scroll (Mouse) time is everything here and be ready for
    the attack!

    You take down demons in Fantastical with simple to ferocious enemies to take down from deadly bosses
    to serious platforming skills Fantastical has you covered when it comes to a challenge!


    Here are a few screenshots:

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    Henry in Celestina
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    Henry in Celestina
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    (This image depicts a small town in the sky where henry mostly has to travel by grinding on rails)

    New features include:
    - HDR support for screens with native HDR "Dolby Vision , HDR10 or HDR10+"

    - HBCHDR (Hybrid Backward Compatible High Dynamic Range) works by increasing the darks and whites on the screen delivering the deepest blacks and the brightest whites. Similar to HLG HDR this does NOT require a HDR screen to be experienced and its fully SDR ready.

    - Languages: English , German , Japanese "More languages coming soon".

    Platforms of availability: Windows 10 x64

    This game is available now only on Microsoft Store.

    Get Fantastical here.

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    - Ernesto M

    EleganceAnalysis.com
     
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    Ern778EA New Member

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    Gameplay footage of Fantastical here:



    Fantastical is a Beat Em Up , Open World , Adventure , Platformer for Windows 10, in this video Henry is in a world called Celestina a Fantasy World which is also one of the early levels you can play.

    The enemies are Raptor Bots in order to attack you must time your next moves carefully if your careless odds are the enemies can attack you quicker.​
     
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    Ern778EA New Member

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    Image of the Moment
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    "Earlier image of Celestina World"

    The video above shows some gameplay that takes place on the modern Celestina world
    watch the video above to get a look at the modern version of the game itself.


    This depicts the games very organic and round world like that of CGI were alot of geometry is used
    on a plethora of objects and the character itself but can also make the game quite expensive to run.

    In this world Henry visits is one of the few early levels that he gets to explore vast amounts of land, grass and trees
    where in this world some trade offs can be done larger worlds mean much harder enemies to find and smaller worlds
    are easier enemies to find but harder to deal with especially if you are surrounded by them.

    - Ernesto​
     

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