Epic Battle Fantasy 4 is a light-hearted turn-based RPG, heavily inspired by old classics like Final Fantasy and Golden Sun. You will battle through waves of adorable enemies, grow your characters, explore a diverse world, solve puzzles, and of course, save the world.
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Release Date: Feb 25, 2014

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August 12

Epic Battle Fantasy 3 coming to Steam!

Hey guys! I'm releasing Epic Battle Fantasy 3 on Steam for free!
It's up on Greenlight now, so please vote on it and share it!

EBF3 was originally published in 2010, and it'll have a few minor updates in this version, but for the most part it's still the same game as before.

Here's a list of the new features:
• Ads removed – except for links to EBF4 and BH2.
• Options menu with mute, fullscreen, fast forward, and window size buttons.
• Less file compression on jpegs and music.
• Steam achievements!

And here's some fixes to the gameplay:
• There’s a wave counter now!
• Scanned foes’ information can now be viewed at any time during your turn.
• Minigame achievements are noticeably easier.
• Considering more if I get enough requests.

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March 9

Epic Battle Fantasy 5 Previews

Hey guys, I've started working on EBF5!
I don't want to bother everyone on here with regular updates, so I'll only do these posts every few months. But if you do want regular updates and want to see pretty much everything that's going into EBF5, you can follow me on my website Kupo Games, or Facebook, or

Here's some previews of items that I've already made:
Key Items
Crafting Items
Food Items





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About This Game

Epic Battle Fantasy 4 is a light-hearted turn-based RPG, heavily inspired by old classics like Final Fantasy and Golden Sun. You will battle through waves of adorable enemies, grow your characters, explore a diverse world, solve puzzles, and of course, save the world.

Key features

  • Over 140 different enemies to slaughter, from fluffy animals to gods.
  • Over 170 different items of equipment, and 150 different usable skills, allowing for lots of character customization.
  • Inspired by 16-bit era RPGs, minus the annoying features like random battles or save points.
  • Contains lots of video game references, immature humor, and anime boobs.
  • A mix of orchestral and electronic background music by HalcyonicFalconX. Full Soundtrack included!
  • 25 hours of gameplay, plus Newgame+, survival and boss rush modes.
  • Suitable for both casual and hardcore RPG players.

System Requirements

    • Processor: 2.0 GHz Dual Core (more cores and/or GHz recommended for higher settings)
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Storage: 400 MB available space
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36.1 hrs on record
Posted: August 21
Biased review ahead.

I've been playing Kupo's games for years, since the very first Epic Battle Fantasy game. I've completed every single one - and most, more than once.

With all that said, allow me to attempt to explain why this game is good:
-Elemental attacks\resists system is very intuitive. Very much an old-school JRPG system.
-Multiple difficulty levels, with the easiest one being 50% enemy stats and various attacks weakened to allow the weakest players a chance to progress anyway. Meanwhile, the most difficult setting gives enemies 200% stats and allows them to use their nastiest attacks, making for a real challenge.
-Can be played for free on Kongregate for a try, if you're uncertain. The paid version not only supports the author but also includes a miniboss and boss marathon, as well as some new bosses to challenge players.
-Everything in this game is beautifully drawn and totally adorable in every way; from the legless cats to the slimes to the shrubs and even the characters.
-Jokes are well spaced out, and the game doesn't break the fourth wall too often to devalue it.
-Multiple skills and abilities allow for varied strategies.
-Good clock-time, with new game plus and new game plus plus to extend it even further for those hungry for more.

Now, the cons - for almost every game has some. They are nit-picks, though:
-The game has permanent stat boosting items, and while you have four characters only three are active at a time. This means that the most effective strategy is to dump all the stat boosts on three characters and leave the fourth as backup permanently.
-Eventually your strategy will devolve into buffing your party, debuffing the enemy party and using one big all-target skill or spell for an attempted instant kill. You will be using different skills for different elemental types, though.
-The higher difficulties don't offer increased experience\item\skill point rewards, despite taking at least four times as long (enemies have 200% health on hardest, to the 50% on easiest). This means most players will usually fight trash mobs on easiest and only fight the bosses on the hardest. Even that, only once, for the achievements.
-The game has some of the "but I might need it later" with one of it's consumables (chilli bottle, which refills the limit break bar of a character).
-The huge variety in gear does lend to some very slight inventory management, mostly just before bosses.

I absolutely love this game. 9/10.
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19.4 hrs on record
Posted: August 18
better than league of legends
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68.4 hrs on record
Posted: August 17
Gameplay: This is a turn-based RPG about beating the ♥♥♥♥ out of everything that moves and clicking boobs. Nuff said.
Story: It's there, but not really important. It's perfect for how seriously the game takes itself.
Other: Why should you buy this game here when you could play it free in-browser? Extra content. It's worth it. And also because you can click boobs in fullscreen. That's always great.
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22.3 hrs on record
Posted: August 17
A great and fun JRPG that is basically a parody of JRPGs.
But my best reccommendation for this game, is to play it yourself on Newgrounds or Kongregate or Armorgames.

The game is Free after all, this is the special edition with extra content.

I highly recommend buying this though if you like the base game at all. :)
Looking very much forward to the fifth installation.
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35.8 hrs on record
Posted: August 14
Good, Fun and Simple (comparade with other RPG) and challanging at times (if you choose to)

I recomend it
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1952 Rabbi Rabinovich
0.2 hrs on record
Posted: August 12
Lol. This game runs better than No Mans Sky.
Meh, I was just looking around. Saw the No Mans Sky Total FAIL, and a multi-multi-million dollar game (that took many years to develop) and that runs worse than this title.

At least this game did not Permaban me for suggesting another month would improve NMS (where No Mans Sky permabanned me for saying that about ir [Even though the DESTRUCTIVE REVIEWS PROVE ME COMPLETELY RIGHT YET AGAIN]).
Damn Chimps.

No disapointments with Epic Battle Fantasy 4 (even if its partly competeing against the excellent Overwatch).
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31.2 hrs on record
Posted: August 12
Product received for free
There is a massive list of reasons why one should buy a flash game (that is still insanely popular and free).
Brilliant moments of comedic gold that you wont find else where
Natz bewbs (its a thing in EBF)
4th Wall Breaks
References EVERYWHERE!!!!
Awesome Bosses
An epic swordsman (who uses anything as a sword) who happens to be a pirate
A gun and tank nut, Neo Nazi who is at worse a massive perv (Natz bewbs)
A mage (with big bewbs) who is actually really good with magic
A forest ranger (bow) who seems to be the naggin mother but has a sparked a few debates over her people preferences
A cat with no legs named, No Legs. He's real cute for a limbless animal
Cosmic Monoliths
Mindless fetch quests (actually useful)
Strategic gameplay
A story that is better then what you find in the latest CoD (cause the characters are actually good)
Many acheivements
And secrets there are secrets to find too.

Ignore the list of awesome and just buy the damn game already, EBF5 isn't going to develope itself for free ya know.
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Wangan Wanderer
13.2 hrs on record
Posted: August 12
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71.5 hrs on record
Posted: August 8
10/10 Can't wait for 5
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I'm Goofy Gobber, (ROCK)
31.4 hrs on record
Posted: August 7
I've watched and played this series since the first game (even though the 2nd one was about to be released a couple weeks later), and i've fallen in love. Then when i heard for the third game it was going to be based on exploration more then waves, I was super pumped, and that excitedness was not misplaced. Then the fourth one came and I was RIDICOUSLY excited, I told my friends the same story and about the game. Which it turned out a couple of my fans where fans too. I always wanted to support the creators but didnt know how without paypal, etc. since i was still young. BUT NOW ITS ON STEAM!!! So i bought the game and even after also bought the friend pack despite all ready buying it just so i could support them even more... BUY THIS GAME! this seris has brought me so many good memories over the years, and I want others to experiance the same adventure....
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28 of 35 people (80%) found this review helpful
26 people found this review funny
18.4 hrs on record
Posted: July 26
You can get an achievement for clicking boobs.

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7 of 8 people (88%) found this review helpful
129.5 hrs on record
Posted: August 4
If you're into RPGs that don't take themselves seriously, or if you're into pastiches of anything and everything, then this game is for you.

It plays really well. Only downside is that, as many people have complained to Matt Roszak before, you spend most of the game with a set of three characters, and leave the reserve one in the dust. Once you have a good enough skillset between three characters, there is no motivation to switching partners unless that partner's ability is ABSOLUTELY NEEDED for a particular battle.

The visuals look cute, I guess. I don't know if the cutesy style goes well with some dark bosses later on, but for the most part, it works. True to Roszak's style, the machines and mechanisms in this game are so well-designed. It's generally pleasing to the eye. The animations are fluid, and the Limits look really awesome. Also, given the certain types of characters that appear in the game, and certain types of armour and equipment you get in the game, I can presume that Roszak has at least done some research into them. So, good on that front.

The writing is class. There is no punny humour, but it still leaves you laughing mad. That's the kind of humour I thoroughly enjoy. I highly recommend players to not skip the dialogues because just reading them shows the amount of thought put into these jokes. Then of course, there are the occasional pop-culture references, so any future reviewer might say that this game is a product of its time, and a sort of mirror to what's going on at the time. There are certain things that aren't recommended for younger audiences, like panty stealing and the Pervert medal, so you'd have to be at a certain age level to be able to understand them -- but when you are, it really comes through brilliantly.

The other language I play this game in (out of curiosity, of course, and because I speak it as my second language) is French -- and the jokes by-and-large translate well, though there are a few lines that sadly, do not get translated well, or even at all. For instance, there's that one laser that's gonna SHOOP DA WHOOP if you're not careful. That line is put in, verbatim, in its English form, in the French translation of the game. And if a French-speaker doesn't understand what 'shoop da whoop' means, it's gonna be lost in translation. There are some parts where punctuation is missing. It's little bits like these that niggle at the player, and make all the difference between a well-translated game and a poorly-translated game. It's not "poor" by any stretch, but could use some work. And in the case where a direct French translation can't be found, a Bowdlerism might come in handy here.

All in all, it's a nice game. For someone who started out indie, this game has done well and managed to relate to any and all corners of society in some way, shape or form, and rightly so. If you're into RPGs, do try this out. If you're into parodies and pastiches, absolutely try this out. And if you're just browsing Steam looking for a game to try out, perhaps give this one a shot.
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2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
22.3 hrs on record
Posted: August 17
A great and fun JRPG that is basically a parody of JRPGs.
But my best reccommendation for this game, is to play it yourself on Newgrounds or Kongregate or Armorgames.

The game is Free after all, this is the special edition with extra content.

I highly recommend buying this though if you like the base game at all. :)
Looking very much forward to the fifth installation.
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427 of 451 people (95%) found this review helpful
88.0 hrs on record
Posted: February 27, 2014
This game is a must-buy for any RPG fan!

While its style is distinctly western, in everything but art Epic Battle Fantasy is very much a JRPG. The combat is heavily based on elemental advantage/weaknesses – brute force is rarely an option in harder battles, instead the key to victory is using correct skills and gear.

Speaking of gear, uniquely among RPGs, newer weapons and armor you acquire are not direct improvement of your old equipment. Instead, each weapon and armor has properties that make it good in some situations and mediocre to bad in others. The result is that no equipment becomes useless, and some of early gear may very much be an option for endgame battles.

Instead of acquiring stronger gear, the game features upgrade system for your equipment, allowing you to improve your gear as you progress through the game (most later upgrades require items that are not available until later). And on final note about gear, each item your character wears, from weapons and armor to small badges visibly changes your appearance, which is really a nice touch!

The story doesn’t even pretend to be serious, but it will accomplish what it sets out to: make you laugh from start to finish!

Overall, Epic Battle Fantasy is all kinds of awesome. If you like turn-based RPGs, give it a try and it won’t disappoint!
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673 of 781 people (86%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
21.9 hrs on record
Posted: February 25, 2014
Like RPGs?
Like Some honest to god decent humour?
Wanna be a good guy and help out a guy who has made a ton of free games buy giving him some money?
Want a cool soundtrack for free?
Do you have a thing for anime boobs? *slapped* ok ok

This game is worth every penny and don't let the people saying "oh no you don't have to pay its free on kongregate" fool you.

The steam and prem Kongregate version has additional content to the base game and provides much more content then you'd expect!

Also the steam version gives the soundtrack for free so a plus there.

Give it a whirl on Kongregate if you are really cautious about the games you buy and make your choice there.

I still say you should buy it to support the dev who really puts more work into his games then a lot of other devs that make free games (also give his other games a try while you're at it)
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247 of 266 people (93%) found this review helpful
180 people found this review funny
8.9 hrs on record
Posted: June 22, 2015
You enter a battle with five generic looking monsters! Suddenly from behind you, a tank fires an armada of bullets at the enemies for no reason, accompanied by a cat with no legs that charges towards them with a wooden sword and shield. Your swordsman jumps in with his sword and then suddenly summons a sword out of thin air due to his sheer love for swords. You click on your mage's chest only to find out that her boobs give you an achievement. Your ranger looses her arrow towards the final enemy, but it doesn't do enough damage, that is until a giant wooly mammoth falls from the sky and crushes it.

This is just a typical battle in Epic Battle Fantasy 4.
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150 of 163 people (92%) found this review helpful
7 people found this review funny
31.0 hrs on record
Posted: April 18, 2015
It's been a while since I've played a true traditional RPG. I've not particularly taken to the RPG Maker trend and even stalwart supporters of the genre, like Square Enix, have edged their games into more action-oriented mechanics. Ironically, at one point in the Playstation age, I felt the genre had become saturated and stale; nowadays, I'll jump on anything that strips back the gimmicks and offers a wholesome predictable journey.

Epic Battle Fantasy 4, as you have probably determined, is part of a long running series none of which have graced Steam before. Luckily, there's absolutely no reason why you can't just jump in if you haven't played the predecessors; the storylines are simple, rather trope-filled affairs and all the better for it. They're wrapped up by the end of the game and the only continuation between the titles are the main characters and cameo moments that serve as fan service. If you're looking for an epic tale of tyranny, betrayal and sacrifice then you might be disappointed. If you have the time for a charming, genuinely funny and surprisingly deep RPG experience then EBF4 provides in every sense.

Your team of four party members aren't limited to class setups like most games. Instead, you'll develop each character using a huge selection skills that eventually make every character capable of wielding devastating spells and life-saving buffs. This flexibility keeps the combat interesting throughout, with enemy resistances calling for constant experimentation and fluidity of tactics. For a game with such an irreverent tone, you'll be greatly punished if you don't approach the battles cautiously. The ability to rush through battles spamming physical attacks is at an absolute minimum and while some battles drag on longer than I'd have liked, it's always preferable to feel engaged at all times.

Surprisingly, I had most of my fun with EBF4 in the world map. Most areas you travel across throughout the game will have a handful of chests, optional battles, NPCs with sidequests and incredibly well-hidden secrets. Scrubbing the screen with the cursor, looking for a hidden package of loot became quite the obsession and really reduces the tedium of back-tracking or getting lost. With items that grant new skills and powerful equipment on offer for those with a keen eye, it's easy to get swept up in the mechanic and see the battles as a distraction. Thankfully, the monsters appear as sprites on the map, so if you feel that way, they're easily avoided.

Grinding is kept at to a minimum, with the rare moments I felt under-powered quickly corrected by fighting a few mobs I'd opted to pass a few screens ago. There are many options to improve your party's powers if you're struggling. The less common stat-increasing foods are a viable source of instant power, spells can be trained using AP accrued from each fight and gear is improved by crafting upgrades using miscellaneous loot. There's always something new to aim towards, especially if you have an interest in achievements; there are some great situational challenges and the developer did a fantastic job of avoiding a conventional and dull list.

The care and attention put into EBF4 is impressive; even when an enemy could be considered a palette swap, there will be little touches to the model to suit the change in power or element. The Zelda-esque key items that can remove obstacles encountered earlier in the game encourage a lot of exploration and reward players generously. With it taking upwards of 20 hours to complete everything, it's surprisingly to see even more work put in to encourage multiple playthroughs. The value for money takes it from being a budget purchase for genre diehards and into the arms of anyone that's ever launched a Firaga into a flan's face and loved it.

Despite being a fantastic game overall, there were moments of frustration. The occasional enemy will throw instant death moves that feel a little cheap, though nothing compares to bosses that can heal themselves. These situations are few and far between thankfully and do little to overthrow an RPG that remains so consistently enjoyable.

With so little competition in the world of traditional RPGs, EBF4 could get away with minimal effort and still be devoured by starving fans. As such, it's hugely refreshing to see so much love and attention combined with a proficient and challenging adventure. There's little I can say against the game which, in turn, is one of the best things I can say in its favour. If you fancy something traditional that isn't entirely predictable then I'd say there's no better choice on Steam than Epic Battle Fantasy 4.
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126 of 135 people (93%) found this review helpful
118.8 hrs on record
Posted: June 21, 2014
You've seen the video, and you're going "This is a Flash game. This belongs on Newgrounds. Wait, this IS on Newgrounds. Why would I pay for this? Why would anyone even greenlight this??" I'll tell you why: because this is the RPG your oldschool heart's been waiting for.

You've got your turn-based RPG elements, your enemies rating from the silly to the spooky to the right-out terrifying, your countless tongue-in-cheek Final Fantasy/Pokemon/Zelda/Mana/etc. homages. But then there's the feeling of being a part of this world: rather than "exploring" a "vast" world of triumphs and tribulations, you just sort of twiddle around and run into packs of monsters just sitting there on the worldmap. There's the never-ending bickering and bantering among your teammates as you progress. There's the range of hints both silly and satisfying that play out as you spar with your foes and try new techniques.

The challenge is there too--boy, is it ever. For a game optimized to be played 30 minutes at a go, you can spend a lot of effort fine-tuning your characters' skills and loadouts for tough fights (and it will *really* pay off if you are playing Epic and going for the achievements). You'll be able to come back to it over time, too--have the satisfaction of clearing the game, take some time off from it, and come back to it anew in New Game+ (or ++) playing however you feel, without having to collect all those non-key items again but with all the damage numbers exponentially increased for more cheesy epicness.

And of course, the content you won't find on Newgrounds here--the Battle Mountain--escalates the challenge further (though you could still get through it pretty easily in Easy mode if you went that route). It's a chance to step off the beaten plot-ridden path and just smash up tons of monsters--plus all-new bosses both uncompromising and unsettling.

If you are a child of the 90s or late 80s and don't have time to play RPGs anymore but still admire them from afar, this is your chance to see firsthand what happens when nostalgic thrills meet the present day. This East-meets-West cultural take just might give you one more fantasy to embrace after all.
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232 of 297 people (78%) found this review helpful
298 people found this review funny
27.2 hrs on record
Posted: December 31, 2014
There's an achievement for clicking Natalie's breasts and making them jiggle, stealing underwear, and leaving a character dead at the end of the battle.

So, basically, you are rewarded for teasing a busty girl, running away with her intimate clothing and leaving her dead in the end. Just like real life. 10/10

But here's the real review.

Originating from a browser game, the fourth installment of Epic Battle Fantasy is on Steam, and for a very good reason. I haven't seen a lot of turn-based fighting RPGs like this one, but it really hits the spot.

It has excellent humor, and I often find myself laughing uncontrollably as I press space to advance through the chatting/cutscenes, seeing hilarious lines being announced by the characters, either in the arguing present everywhere in the game (because Natalie's boobs/Matt being a disgrace/Anna living in a tree/Lance having microcameras stored in his armor to "look" at Natalie's boobs), or in the battling of hundreds of enemies (because they are too weak/strong/disgusting/cool/tasty/scary, or because they resemble Pok*mon too much).

The characters are beautifully designed, and their personalities are constantly clashing with each other due to their differences, creating a constantly interesting atmosphere to get your mind off the battling and strategy if you're playing on Epic. There's things to like in all of them (and if you look at my profile you MIGHT find out which one is my favourite), and the soundtrack is amazing as well.

All in all, it sounds like I'm reviewing a GOTY title. And I can't say I don't love Epic Battle Fantasy the Fourth. Thank you Matt Roszak for making this game.
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103 of 120 people (86%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
74.7 hrs on record
Posted: October 29, 2014
This game is a funny joking, breaking the forth wall, RPG. It's all good fun in the world of EBF4, with jokes coming left and right, and all being masterfully crafted so that none fall flat you won't stop laughing. Enough about how funny the game is, let's talk about gameplay, the game focuses on the goal of collection and completion rather than harsh and numerous battles, the creator has also made it so that character's not battling will also gain experience so that you won't have to grind for any other character at a later time. The collection will included things such as: chest locations, random drops for armor and weapon upgrades, those weapons and armor themselves, certain creatures to fill that damn bestiary, ect. All battles are fair and equal as long as you do a little side searching here and there to gain a little extra exp. Jokes, fair battles, and no grinding sounds like a good game to me.
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