Headline: Sum Fighter bursts out onto Xbox Live Indie Games

(Check out the trailer here)

Sum Fighter is a math based puzzle fighter. Choose from one of six high school archetypes, use their unique abilities to bury your opponents and rise to the top of the school math competition. 

To crush your opponent, rapidly add numbers to destroy blocks on your board and drop them into your opponent’s board. To destroy your blocks, you must drag adjacent blocks together, combining their face values. Once you’ve connected as many groups together as their face value the blocks disappear (players would connect five groups of the value 5 to destroy them or two groups of the value 2 and so on). The first player whose blocks reach and stay at the top for ten seconds loses. Our narrated tutorial steps the player through our mechanics before their first match.

Each character has their own path through story mode with their own unique character interactions and ending. The Jock, Nerd, Emo, Tagger, Principal and Librarian each have a unique ability they can unleash on their opponent, in order to be crowned the Sum Fighter Champion!

Sum Fighter Features:

    <*>A fully animated intro. <*>A narrated tutorial. <*>2 Player vs Mode and Story Mode. <*>6 Animated characters at a gorgeous 720p. <*>6 Character Endings. <*>8 Expertly composed and varied music tracks.
Sum Fighter is available now on Xbox Live Indie Games for 240 Microsoft Points.

For press inquiries about Sum Fighter or On The Fly Entertainment contact Martin Copp at otfentertainmentnb@gmail.com or visit our website at www.ontheflyentertainment.com

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