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  • Summary: Fairy Bloom Freesia is an action-fighting game where players assume the role of a fairy guardian protecting a magical forest from intruders.
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  1. Jul 20, 2013
    Just a little surprised no one has bothered to leave a comment on this for such a long time. Getting this game on a sale was nice, and being a short action beatemup is fun too, but its not quite more than that.

    The game largely focuses on a stage fighting game with intermissions that allow you to level up your character and skills and then progress with the story line. The combos and the skill setup are pretty diverse considering you are a barehanded fairy of the forest fighting evil baddies and people trying to hurt your forest. However you will find yourself quickly flying through most of the story and the levels without realizing its the end of the game.

    I think this is a game to play if you have spare time and want to beat up waves on monsters on a small area without having to commit any time in case you have to put the game down on a moment's notice.
  2. Nov 22, 2013
    El juego es muy entretenido, pero al rato se vuelve repetitivo y un poco cansino. En lineas generales es divertido estar pateando 'cosas' pero a la larga aburre. Expand
  3. Nov 6, 2013
    This is a game about fighting the same blob, tree, or what have you in a small confined space. The environment may change at some point but I'm not sure. It could be the same stage over and over again. I wanted the Steam trading cards and have a 5 year old daughter. So I soldiered through long enough for 3 cards to drop. By the second card my child was yelling at me to turn it off. She didn't understand what the reason for playing this game was. I had nothing to offer her in response. Finally I turned it off and came back a week later. I hear her in the background, "Daddy are you playing that stupid fairy game again? Why daddy what are you doing it for? What are trading cards why would anyone want those for this game?" Yeah. I give it a 1 because it is a game. There is no doubt about it being a game and having a purpose of kicking or jump kicking something. It's got that for sure. Expand