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Let your words do the fighting in Word Fighter


4:00 AM on 08.16.2011



Ever felt crappy when you talked the talk, but couldn't walk the walk, getting beat down by some punk ass and exposing your meek nature? Well fear no more, as the guys at Feel Every Yummy have got your back with their new game Word Fighter.

It was ranked as one of the top ten submitted games of PAX 10 and Nick, Max and Tara had a whale of a time with it way back in March, with the game being described as "Street Fighter meets Words With Friends."

Now the two-man team have released a debut trailer where the Street Fighter/Final Fight inspired theme that existed when the guys played it has now changed to a more high-brow, Sherlock Holmes-esque feel, with brawler characters replaced with "Literary Masters," and the battles commencing in elaborate study rooms rather than dirty sewers.

Personally I'm digging it and can see the endless word possibilities creating some potentially hilarious hijinks and YouTube videos in the future. Word Fighter is due out for the iPad, iPhone and Android this Fall.

Word Fighter Debut Trailer [Couchbound -- Thanks, Derek!]






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