Abraca – Imagic Games

Crazy fun for the whole family!

We think that everyone, age 7 or 77, will love this 100% Made in France game that promises you an amazing Sunday afternoon (or entire days in lockdown!) of fun with friends or family.

Abraca - Imagic Games

Abraca - Imagic Games

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  • Developer:

    Ankama Studio

  • Publisher:

    Ankama Games

  • Copyright:

    © 2016 Ankama. All rights reserved.

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Abraca – Imagic Games is a party-game/action-platformer that’s a blend of Mario-Party and Super Smash Bros, and it is easily the equal of these two benchmarks in the genre. It’s best played with 3 or 4 players.

There are a number of game modes available, but the main aim is to fight and fight again across a range of arenas. The different modes will see you play as a prince (not the charming variety), a princess, or a monster.

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Race mode

Race mode, the main game mode, tasks you with freeing the princess (to win the game) via a bit of sporting competition (like Mario Party). Best played in rounds on a single screen, the three other players try to stop the prince from doing what he needs to do.
It all takes place in a quirky fairytale kingdom (prince, princess, werewolf, magic beans, and a three-headed dragon) bursting with colour.

Between each round (after the prince has tried his luck), the game offers a change of pace: a fight between princesses. On a fixed level made up of platforms, trampolines, and long falls, players take part in a free-for-all brawl Smash Bros style (albeit simplified).

Ready-to-Rumble mode

Ready-to-Rumble mode is tougher: you play as an evil creature who must fight alone against the other players.

Solo mode

Solo mode places you in a burlesque epic where you will meet the Snow Queen, Little Red Riding Hood, Hansel & Gretel, or even Princess Mononoke, along with loads of other characters from the Ankama universe (or elsewhere!).

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The controls are very simple, and the game’s quirky side, while far from politically correct, guarantees you infinite hours of madcap fun with your friends.
Who said video games were a lonely hobby?

Abraca - Imagic Games

Abraca - Imagic Games

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