The latest documentary from fighting game community storytellers Hold Back to Block chronicles the creation of Them’s Fighting Herds, a fighter that started as a My Little Pony fan game before a Hasbro cease and desist took it in a new and different direction. It’s one of my favorite fan game stories ever.
Them’s Fightin’ Herds, the four-legged fighting game that started off as a My Little Pony fighter until Hasbro shut it down, is coming out on Steam February 22. Owners of BlazBlue Central Fiction, Guilty Gear Xrd Rev. 2 or Skullgirls 2nd Encore unlock items for the game’s lobbies. Not bad for what started off a fan…
Friendship is free-to-play mobile match-three? My Little Pony: Puzzle Party is out today for iOS and Android. Having briefly played the first 60 levels, I can attest to its pony-ness. In case further proof is needed, here’s a video of show’s voice actors recording dialogue for the game.
The My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic game suffered from a severe lack of dancing mini-games. It suffers no longer. The movie-themed Equestria Girls update is live for iOS and Android, turning ponies into real girls and making them dance for your amusement. Love or hate the movie, that song is pretty catchy.