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Super Smash Bros-style brawler Fright Fight now live around the world

By , on February 20, 2014
Last modified 6 months, 2 weeks ago

Horror-flavoured multiplayer brawler Fright Fight has been causing a ruckus on the New Zealand App Store for a while now. However, the free-to-play Super Smash Bros.-inspired fighter has just gone global, finally hitting North American and European shores.

Fright Fight is all about pitting classic horror icons against one another in pitched battle. The game's four-player online mode allows you to have a free-for-all with up to three other fighters, including a vampire, a yeti, and the Grim Reaper.

You control your character's movement and abilities though a series of simple swipes and taps. With only a couple of attacks to fall back on, however, the move list does feel a little limited.

The steampunk-influenced art style gives a unique look to the game's arena and each of its iconic horror characters.

You are initially asked to choose one of four characters. After that, you can unlock the other three for 240,000 coins each, with further characters also promised.

Coins can be earned through play or bought through IAPs, and vary in price between £1.99 / $2.99 for 7500, and £24.49 / $34.99 for 250,000.

You can download Fright Fight from the App Store for free right now.

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