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The Fancy Pants Adventure coming to XBLA/PSN in 2011


8:40 AM on 11.11.2010



Popular Flash game The Fancy Pants Adventures is coming to Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network next year, courtesy of Electronic Arts.

The game's developer Borne Games has partnered with the publisher, and will be bringing the title the consoles with updated visuals, a new world, a new story, and all new modes.

"Working with EA allows me to do more than I could have ever imagined," said studio founder Brad Borne, "This is the opportunity of a lifetime."

You'll have your opportunity to play the XBLA/PSN versions in the spring of 2011. You can get a taste of what's in store by playing the Flash version in your browser right now.






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