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Sunday, April 22, 2007
Fairy Attackers is a brilliant retro platformer by Alpha Secret Base, creator of the excellent Umihara Kawase Shun tribute called Gambare Natsuki-San. Press the Z key to throw your weapon at enemies, or hold the down arrow key to use your shield and reflect harmful projectiles.

The up arrow key can be used to open doors, activate objects and initiate conversations with other characters. Touch the stone with inscriptions to save your progress, or drink from the tiny fountain to restore health. Once you've gained a travel companion, press the C key to hold it for an additional float ability. A map can be accessed by using the S key.

Name: Fairy Attackers
Developer: Alpha Secret Base
Category: Platform
Type: Freeware
Size: 20MB
3 Comments:
Anonymous Anonymous said at 4/24/2007 01:00:00 PM:  
Uses some sprites and sound from "Wonder Boy VI (moster world 4)". Weird.......
Anonymous Wing said at 4/24/2007 02:16:00 PM:  
Yup. I think this game is a tribute to it.
Anonymous Davide "Gendo Ikari" Mascolo said at 4/26/2007 09:56:00 AM:  
Altough the graphics of his games were never something to write about, the rhytm of this developer in producing new games (and frequently updating the older ones) is really impressive.