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Skullgirls, Who Needs Injustice or Mortal Combat

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Skullgirls is a 2 dimensional, fast-paced, fighter game that’s available on PC, Mac, and now it is available on mobile. This game’s characters are: Cerebella, Filia, Peacock, Parasoul, Painwheel, Valentine, Double, Big Band, and more. THe design from these characters originated far before the game was being developed. Alex “o_8” was drawing as a hobby. His drawing birthed to the many characters that reside in this masterpiece, “Skullgirls.” This game was developed by Autumn Games on April 10, 2012. While playing the game on the PC and Macintosh versions, you can choose on of the many characters in the game to eventually reach the Skullgirl. The Skullgirl, Bloody Marie, is the final boss in the game. While fighting endless amounts of enemies. After playing the early and easier levels, the player should try and learn certan move combinations by using different key and click combos. There are special moves that require charging to use as well. To charge special moves, you either safely take damage, or deal damage to you opponent. Some special moves can weaken your enemy and some special moves can deal enormous amounts of damage. These moves are usually Blockbusters. Next comes the IOS and Android versions. These versions were released on January 18 for the iPhone X on the year of 2018. The way of using characters is different. Characters are usable by unlocking them from relics. Relics can be acquired by saving up the rare resource, “Theonite”, as well as from winning levels. Miss Fortune, a character from the PC version, is not available for use yet, but will most likely be added later on. I would give this game a 4 out of 5. Giving this game a five would be too generous because of how harassing combos can get while you are stuck helpless and getting K.Oed all the time. This is a good game for those that have little time. The matches are jam-packed with excitement, and rounds only last up to 3 minutes. Still, you can get carried away and play for many levels at a time. Make sure to manage your time wisely to preserve your vision health as well as the welfare of your grades. Fun doesn’t always mean productive. This is not a very productive game, yet, it is really fun to play and enjoy on free time.

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