As Leon, the world’s most dangerous bounty hunter, you embark on a mission to slay the world’s weirdest creatures, and save a girl from an awful marriage.
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Very Positive (422 reviews) - 81% of the 422 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: May 15, 2014

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“Fearless Fantasy Shows No Fear In Its Condensed RPG Design”
Hardcore Gamer

“It’s a strange, silly game that just so happens to also have a unique and unexpectedly challenging battle system.”

“A compact adventure with a focus on turn-based skill, a notion as unique as the whole game itself.”
9/10 – GameGrin

About This Game

As Leon, the world’s most dangerous bounty hunter, you embark on a mission to slay the world’s weirdest creatures, and save a girl from an awful marriage.

Fearless Fantasy is probably the weirdest RPG you’ll play this year. It’s a turn-based game that deeply involves players during every turn. You use gestures (with the mouse) to score critical hits, resulting in very involved and interesting gameplay on every turn.

  • Use gestures to score critical hits in a turn-based RPG
  • Most original character designs you’ll see this year
  • A full-on story with animated cutscenes and voice-overs
  • Upgrades and progression systems
  • Boss fights
  • RPG stuff and dances!

About the developers

tinyBuild GAMES Partnered up with Enter Skies to bring Fearless Fantasy to life. tinyBuild is an indie-friendly publisher and game developer. This is Enter Skies' first commercial game.

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows XP and up
    • Processor: 1Ghz and up
    • Memory: 1024 MB RAM
    • Graphics: A toaster
    • Storage: 200 MB available space
    • Sound Card: An average one
    • Additional Notes: Not suitable for trackpads or trackballs. The game might run slow in power saver mode on laptops, be sure to disable visual effects if you experience that.
    • OS: Windows 7 and up
    • Processor: 2x 1Ghz and up
    • Graphics: A shiny toaster
    • Sound Card: A good one
    • Additional Notes: A good mouse is recommended. Touch screens are also supported and provide the best experience.
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Very Positive (422 reviews)
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Johnny RonBeard
( 9.0 hrs on record )
Posted: July 21
An interesting, touch-focused rpg that also plays reasonably well with a mouse. The story is brief and silly enough to be engaging, and the voice acting supports this well. It is an easy buy for a touch-enabled device, and worth a few hours distraction with a mouse if gotten on sale.
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( 9.9 hrs on record )
Posted: July 21
GOOD GAME!!! 5/15 <3
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( 6.2 hrs on record )
Posted: July 2
Looks kinda cheap, but generally I liked this one.
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( 5.7 hrs on record )
Posted: June 16
this should be on phones and not on pc
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( 5.2 hrs on record )
Posted: June 9
Turn-based combat that requires me to do something!? +1
An RPG that doesn't take 40+ hours to finish!? +1
Nightmare fuel for enemies!? +1
Fun game, ridiculously bad animation for cutscenes, not-so-great voice acting, cool lookin' attacks, and finally a turn-based game that actually requires skill, timing, and reflexes.
I suggest buying if you want something quick and silly to play that really doesn't take itself too seriously.
Seriously though, this music. WHAT IS THIS MUSIC!? Why can't I buy this!?
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Riad Dz
( 8.0 hrs on record )
Posted: May 27
Product received for free
i installed this gameat first just for the trading cards , but i really liked this game even if its really short

I don't really play turn-based combat but this one was just good for me

the sounds , the cut since , the story (it was really funny actually) , and the over all gameplay are great

i definitely recommend this game
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CouchPotatoezLP LFT
( 3.2 hrs on record )
Posted: May 24
Awesome game. Don't listen to all the bad reviews talking about the game being designed for ipads and not for pc (Mostly referencing the swiping QTEs). Yeah it's a different time based mechanic, that will take a little to get used to. When you do get it down, it is very rewarding, and satisfying to pull off.

In terms of the game itself here is some things to consider:
-Game is fairly short (can be finished in about 3 hours)
-Voice acting! (and not terrible at all)
-Charming comedic charm
-Balanced mechanics, that have good synergies between one another.
-Absolutely fun.

If you like RPGs or have never tried one and would like an introduction to turn based RPGs I would recommend this title, as it is fairly simple, short, and interesting.
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Penny McCalifornia
( 4.9 hrs on record )
Posted: May 19
It's fun with a touch screen. Less so without. It really has a lot of potemtial. More characters and a longer story would be awesome. Still a fun game.
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( 8.1 hrs on record )
Posted: April 17
The game had potential, not a lot of potential admittedly but it had some.
Ruined by a ♥♥♥♥ing ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ need to use dumb phone controls on a PC game.
No, I can't swipe and touch all around my screen like some ginny ♥♥♥♥!

I tried to like the game, I really did but its just yet another mobile game ported to PC with the sad irony being that the game came to PC first. What they should have done is put it on Nintendo 3/i/DS then ported it to mobile.

If you can get past the janky ♥♥♥ control scheme of swiping or tapping then you will have middling fun, middle of the road. Even looking past the control scheme the game is overall very solid and well done in many parts (yes that is a compliment) but its not captivating. Every time I failed a heal or missed an attack or performed an epic defense and still took a lot of damage I couldn't help but wonder if the game was done in this style so as to hide is awful flaws.

Overall, I can recommend this game (surprisingly) if you play on normal or easy and just have an itch for a Nintendo DS gimmick style game. Since, however, if you fall into that category then you either own a nintendo handheld from after the year 2000 OR a mobile phone, then you are already spoilt for choice aren't you?

Everyone else, stay away. Waste of your hard working tax dollars.

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( 4.8 hrs on record )
Posted: April 12
I bought this as part of a bundle with Party Hard, and I was genuinely surprised at how fun and interesting the game was. Pretty much everything was exemplary to me. The art was fun and interesting, the music (in part by OCRemix stalwart Andrew "Zircon" Aversa) was way above average. The battle system was just plain fun. And the voice acting was well above average for an indie title. The story was fun and carefree... I could go on and on. The short version is, if you want a fun distraction for a couple of hours. Fearless Fantasy is very worth it!
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4.9 hrs on record
Posted: October 11, 2015
(Full review follows below)

  • Game Name: Fearless Fantasy
  • Original Release: 2014
  • Genre Tags: RPG; Casual; Adventure; Lighthearted
  • My Overall Grade: B+
  • Estimated Playtime (Campaign): 3-7 hours
  • Multiplayer Aspect: None
  • Recommended To: Established fans of the genre; Casual gamers

With a cursory glance, it would be easy to dismiss Fearless Fantasy as another mediocre game, with mobile-game-era mechanics (oh my), that isn’t worth looking into. I will tell you: that may be a mistake.

If video games were people in a Hollywood high school movie, Fearless Fantasy would probably be that odd, quiet girl who sits alone during lunch. Most people know she exists, but don’t necessarily acknowledge her existence— best she just stay in the corner “where she belongs.” Then when the jock has to talk to her (on a dare), we find out she is indeed a bit odd and won’t ever fit in with the popular crowd… but she is also surprisingly fun and suddenly attractive when you give her a chance to take off her glasses and let her hair down.

Many people will automatically dismiss this game because it uses ideas rooted in mobile-gaming. That is their prerogative. All I know is that I only play games on PC, and I play many different games— and I found Fearless Fantasy to be one of the more enjoyable games I have personally played. It isn’t the best, but it is better than many.

What makes this game enjoyable is the combination of nostalgia-evoking, tried-and-true, core RPG mechanics (turn-based combat, level ups, skill points, and items) with some modern zest (using the mouse to make gestures to execute abilities), and a light, casual style and storyline. While you play, it simultaneously feels comfortably familiar and interestingly novel.

Many games try to find ways to spice up the classic turn-based-RPG combat style; one of the best I have seen is the swipe-and-click gesturing used in Fearless Fantasy. Instead of just clicking “attack” and watching your character attack, you have to use your mouse to perform various combinations of swiping and clicking, involving timing and precision. I thought it was exceedingly fun trying to pull off the advanced moves on the high difficulty.

With the relative ease and short length of this game, it is a great candidate for a quick bite of a variety in your gaming diet.

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48 of 61 people (79%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
11.3 hrs on record
Posted: September 27, 2015
I'll hold this little crud as a perfect example of a bad port from mobile platforms.

You see, it is a decent game, by indie standarts. It is working, there are no bugs, it has start and end, and there are even a challenge of some kind! Like in the famous Osu! title.
But, just like with Osu! and even worse... its main part, the battle system, is strongly tied to touchscreens. You just can't do same shift with mouse, and don't even try to use joysticks, trackballs or something like that.
I repeat again - this game is designed to mash and sweep your finger via screen, back and forth. And it is quite good only in that.
But here we are - at PC station. I know, somebody might have a notebook with touchsreen, but statistically it is an imperceptible minority among usual mouse+keyboard users. And there that game fits as well as a fifth wheel.

I see that almost a quarter of my friends already bought it, probably in some bundle, or with 90% discount. And ALL of them either not touched it at all, or idled for 5 hours, to get all cards. Well, that's the way to go! To beat it and get all achievements... too much honor for that cheapshot.

Avoid. My mark is 5/10.
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36 of 47 people (77%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
4.8 hrs on record
Posted: November 17, 2014
This game is unexpectedly amazing. It is weird and hilarious.

I am always happy to see an RPG that manages to be funny without being just stupid and/or vulgar.... and I cracked up the first time I selected the dance option in battle.
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28 of 35 people (80%) found this review helpful
5.3 hrs on record
Posted: June 13, 2014
+ Different (casual) take on the turn-based RPG genre
+ The continuous action keeps you alert
+ Humor
+ Special powers are a joy to watch

+/- Battle system is nice but flawed, sometimes you have no clue what is happening or has happened
+/- Graphics have a certain charm but are also a bit ugly
+/- Voice acting is cheesy but fits the game

- You won't lose many battles but still; grinding isn't fun

[Rating: 71/100]
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20 of 25 people (80%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
10.0 hrs on record
Posted: November 25, 2014
This game is amazing if you are looking for a casual RPG. Great humour and interactive gameplay keeps you entertained throughout the game. The artwork is amazing and it blends well with the story.

It's quite a short game but it's still worth the money since you can replay all the levels including the bosses. You can also easily respec your character's stats as well as their respective skills.

It can be difficult at times especially if you want to clear a stage in 3 stars. I suggest you practice your timings right because getting a flawless or epic timing is a must to survive some difficult bosses. You also need to manage your energy, so adding points on endurance and using gadgets that adds +endurance is advisable.

More energy = more skill usage = more damage

Graphics: 7 (Awesome art style which blends well with the story)
Gameplay: 7 (Intuitive battle system - timing is a must)
Replayability: 5 (Not so much, no branching story line or another reason to replay the game)
Fun Factor: 7 (Could be low if you aren't into short casual rpg games)

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30 of 43 people (70%) found this review helpful
20.1 hrs on record
Posted: May 21, 2014
Thanks to you I am glued to my computer playing this game. IT'S SO GOOD.
SERIOUSLY. Sound design, Music, Monsters, Characters, Battle System... just WOW!

The 'weird' kind of look to the enemies really make the game unique!!!

The only thing i'm going to "complain", is that I am a grindy type of person, and I love to level up, a lot.
It's not a bad thing that the game doesn't have grinding! It's just a thing i really like in rpgs.

Anyway, this game gets a 912837918237 out of 10 from me.

On a last note, just so you know, I threw my money at the screen the second I saw the game.
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19 of 24 people (79%) found this review helpful
9.1 hrs on record
Posted: January 27, 2015
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  • Developers: Enter Skies
  • Publishers: tinyBuild
  • Initial release: May 2014
  • Genre: RPG, Casual
  • #Worth/NotWorth: #Worth
Exposition, Concurrence and Summation
Costume Quest meets Paper Mario meets Elite Beat Agents. If this sounds good to you, read no further.

This is a tiny RPG that came out of nowhere. Surprisingly challenging and interesting battle system. Mildly throw away plot. Though its nice to see the party members adhere pretty well to the “holy trinity” Leon- the DPS, Alice - the support healer and Vonn – the Tank.

Its also a nice feature to be able to re-spec at any time with a just a right click, some battles can be tanked through while others require more.. finesse.

The whole time I was thinking of FFVIII because Leon, mixed with the timing of things increasing damage and the fact that Leon is absolutely holding a Gunblade warrants the comparison to Squall. And obviously on a different scale.

Surprisingly deep diversion.

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19 of 26 people (73%) found this review helpful
2.1 hrs on record
Posted: May 16, 2014
Do not come into this game expecting the next final fantasy and you will be okay. It is more or less a straight grind of challenges of enemies. The battle system is fun and different, the characters are entertaining and the voice acting is adequate enough for the game. Its not the next big RPG but it is entertaining and fun
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15 of 19 people (79%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
6.3 hrs on record
Posted: January 2, 2015
Fearless Fantasy strangeness drew me to it like a moth to the flame. I purchased it purely for its intriguing art style and was greeted with humor, two characters that nearly sound like Steve Blum and Mark Hamill's Joker, and a turn-based combat system based on timing and tracing.

I really like the art, especially for the monsters. They were just enjoyable to look at before I slaughtered them. The monster designs range from humorous to creepy (pay attention to their names too). The stills that were in place for the cinematics were not very interesting visually, but the humor usually takes priority during those sections.

The voice acting seems decent enough and light-hearted. Joshua Tomar kept throwing me off with his Steve Blum impression. Adam Harrington's voice kept on giving me serious Joker vibes. Both made my experience with the game even weirder.

The combat system can be difficult to master. Tracing with the mouse did not work out well for me unless I played on Casual or Normal (you can set the difficulty manually for each level). There are three characters with different specialities (damage/debuff, buffing/taunting, healing/defensive) with five different skills available for leveling up. None of them are too amazing, but it's satisfying to trace a perfectly timed path and scoring an epic or flawless rating for very high damage or bonus effects. Look at the first trailer for the game to have a fairly accurate idea of how the tracing mechanic works (you path your mouse through arrows).

Fearless Fantasy is a strange, little game that might be enjoyable for you. Let the art style consume you.
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