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The Fancy Pants Adventures review (XBLA)
4 years ago

The Fancy Pants Adventures review (XBLA)

The Fancy Pants Adventures was developed by Brad Borne and Over the Top Games, and published by EA 2D. It was released April 20, 2011 for 800MSP.

Yet another XBLA game based on a flash game, The Fancy Pants Adventures is the next installment of the popular online sidescroller. Although it's a sequel no previous knowledge of the series is needed to play this game. This time, pirates invade Fancy Pants’ home of Squigglesville and kidnap his little sister. Although this game is likely to be overlooked by heavier hitters like Super Meat Boy, Fancy Pants proves yet again that good XBLA games can come from online flash games and bring improvements to boot.
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The Fancy Pants Adventures Coming April 20
4 years ago

The Fancy Pants Adventures Coming April 20

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The release date  and pricing for Brad Borne's and EA's upcoming The Fancy Pants Adventures has been announced. You will be able to run, jump, platform, can collect …
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Fancy King of the Hill
4 years ago

Fancy King of the Hill

New videos have been released showcasing one of The Fancy Pants Adventures' new multiplayer modes, King of the Hill. Above is creator Brad Borne explaining the new mode, and more gameplay videos are available after the jump. The objective of the new mode is to get as many squiggles (the game's main collectible) as you can, and try to keep control of the hill below the squiggle cannon. In the videos you can see some of the combat which will be unlocked in the game, and the various character customization options. The Fancy Pants Adventures will be available this spring.

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The Fancy Pants Adventures trailer
4 years ago

The Fancy Pants Adventures trailer

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Electronic Arts has released a new trailer for The Fancy Pants Adventures, their upcoming XBLA game from indie developer Brad Borne. The trailer shows off new gameplay elements, including …
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EA Picks Up Three Indie Developers.

EA goes out on a buying spreed, this time they have smaller indie developers in their sights. Read More

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