Lemon Team bringing A Fairy Tale to Nintendo DSiWare

Alicante, Spain– October 28th, 2010– Lemon Team is excited to announce that the magical puzzle adventure game A Fairy Tale, is coming to the Nintendo DSiWare™ service for the Nintendo DSi™ system. 

When a giant menace threatens the village, the young faeries Delfbert, Wilf and Angelica set out on a journey to save their home. In A Fairy Tale, players will join them on their quest through 100 levels in a unique new type of puzzle game. 

Players will be challenged to create matches that eliminate the support structure holding tiles together, attempting to drop the largest number of tiles possible to the ground and create large point-scoring combos. A variety of obstacles will block the way including key and lock puzzles, exploding flowers, spider-web trapped fairies, and devious tile patterns.

Power-ups will help players along their way, with many unique abilities to clear tiles including row and column clearing blasts, as well earthquakes and magic wands. All along the way players will advance in rank as they collect diamonds hidden in the puzzles.

A Fairy Tale is full of the sights and sounds of a storybook adventure, with stunning graphics and magical music that will fill players with wonder as they journey forward. Featuring a humorous light-hearted storyline that is sure to elicit smiles, and an exciting new type of game play, A Fairy Tale is an unforgettable journey of enchantment.

A Fairy Tale is rated "E" for Everyone.

Trademarks of Nintendo used under license. DSiWare™ is available only through the Nintendo DSi™ system.

 

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