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Fun Pause releases \"Fairies\" game

updated 10:30 am EDT, Fri October 28, 2005

\"Fairies\" game released

Fun Pause today released , its latest game set in a mythical backdrop of forests and elfin lore. Fairies features hand-drawn illustrations, 3D graphics, and an original soundtrack. By sliding rows of fairies that have been captured in jars to match sets of three or more like-colored fairy jars together, you gain wizardly power to free even more of these jailed fairies and can continue a journey through more than 200 levels of game play within five worlds and four different selectable game-play modes. Additionally, images of fairies are imbedded in each world of "Adventure" mode. After solving a level, you remove a partial fragment of a covered image. Once all fragments are removed, the entire image is revealed. The 10 images, once revealed, can be viewed in the "photo album of fairies". Fairies is available for $20.

Selectable modes include: "Adventure," which takes you on a journey through 100 levels and five worlds, working against the clock while freeing a certain amount of fairies within the set time allowed; "Classic" mode, where you make the matches of fairies and play through a fast-paced 100 levels; "Relaxed" mode, in which you do not have any time constraints, but rather the level continues leisurely until you wish to end game play; and "Playback" mode is a test for memory by showing patterns and playing sounds that must be repeated correctly.




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