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.
User reviews: Very Positive (371 reviews) - 83% of the 371 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.
Helpful customer reviews
55 of 57 people (96%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
4.9 hrs on record
Posted: October 11
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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21 of 25 people (84%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
4.9 hrs on record
Posted: August 11
Oh hello! Didn't see you there.
I'm here today to talk to you about this game called Final F... I mean, Fearless Fantasy.
It's a neat little Indie RPG game with some hilarious and over-the-top dialogue, phenomenal soundtrack and great voice acting.

The game has no free roam option or anything like that, you go from mission to mission, level up and buy new stuff.. The usual. The combat style is really similar "as you can imagine" to Final Fantasy games, turn based combat.
But the combat itself is something pretty different and unusual for these kinds of RPG games, Have you ever heard of or played "Osu!" because that's how the combat plays out. You pick what you wanna do when it's your turn and then you move your cursor around according to your attacks like you were playing Osu!.

As mentioned before, the voice acting, overall writing for the dialogue and soundtrack are all freaking amazing.
In addition i'd like to say that the character designs for especially the enemies are absolutely gorgeous, well maybe not gorgeous but unique and likeable.. I'll still go with gorgeous, gorgeous in their hideous and ugly way. I also love how the camera works during battles, it's very cinematic and makes everything look so darn epic.

There's not much actual story being shown discarding the cutscenes that look like some childs' doodles on Paint.
But i do love how the characters have their little discussions with each other after a battle, teaching us more about the lore and the story and doing some character development which is always a plus in a RPG game.

I have to admit though, the game felt bit too difficult at the beginning.. Or maybe it's just that the game is so fast paced i just didn't have time to really practise anything.

The game also looks like a Mobile port but i'm pretty sure Fearless Fantasy actually never was a Mobile Game to begin with. So that's cool.

Overall it's a pretty solid game with very few issues and a cheap price tag.

Buy it if you enjoy playing either Final Fantasy or Osu!.. Or both!
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21 of 27 people (78%) found this review helpful
11.3 hrs on record
Posted: September 27
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... it's 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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32 of 51 people (63%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
0.3 hrs on record
Posted: June 26
Rating: 2/10

This is not the kind of turn-based RPG you'd expect. It's got the soul of a mobile game whereby you swipe, tap and do other gestures for successful attack/defense moves. And this is a really bad idea when your finger is replaced by a mouse, which makes the game feel clunky and awkward. The art style of the game sure is bizzare, but not in a good way. Sure I appreciate the surreal feel of the game, but the artist didn't do the best job with the main characters - They look like an anime-crazy 10 year old drew them. The voice acting is cheesy at best, and the script matches it perfectly - Again not in a good way. I would only recommend playing this on a mobile device. Avoid playing this on PC unless you are okay with the controls and all the things I complained of.
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10 of 11 people (91%) found this review helpful
4.8 hrs on record
Posted: July 29
Fearless Fantasy does well at what it sets out to do, offering a weird but likable aesthetic backed by a whimsical premise and quirky cast of characters. The streamlined design works to its advantage with a hands-on battle system that does a nice job of getting the player more involved. While the software itself is soundly designed, however, the omission of touchscreen technology support is quite glaring and would have enhanced the game’s tightly focused battle engine. The use of mouse, while functional and serviceable, takes away from the true potential of the gesture-heavy gameplay. As it stands now, though, Fearless Fantasy is still a nicely streamlined role playing battle marathon.

Look to the "Troll" move, which attracts the enemies' attention by performing signature dance moves from Gangnam Style.
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