Summary: This game is fantastic!!! Better than any other game i've played! It might sound kind of lame (thats what I thought at 1st), but it really isn't. This game is basically capture the flag, but the flag is the princes and u can feed her cake to make her fat, so the other team can't carry her away! GENIOUS! There are a bunch of different maps and multiple game types, so u really never get bored of it.
Excerpt: An excellent quirky little game. The object of the game is primarily to re-capture you're princess from enemy territory or castle and stop the enemy from stealing her back. Uniquely this is achieved by feeding you're princess (or Even their's) cake to make her too massive to carry. Using a hat system to depict a class of helper from workers, mages, archers to warriors and priests. You can become any of these upon initally spawning by adorning the relevant hat.
Pros: Challenging, Easy To Learn, Engaging Story Line, Gameplay, Multiplayer
Summary: Just hearing the name of this game might make you raise your eyebrows for a moment, but trust me this game is worth every bit you spend on it. Picture capture the flag, except instead of a flag, you have a princess... and you are one of the many minions trying to go save her. Not only that you can be a mage, warrior, hunter, and more! And no matter how many times you go bye-bye, you reboot and just go back into the fray!
Summary: The first thing that you need to know about Fat Princess fistful of cake is that it is simple, yet addictive. There are several different game modes in which you run around and shoot, heal, slash, and explode other little people. The graphics in this game are really good, they are very bright, and yet the blud going everywhere gives it a darker feel. The one occasional problem with the graphics is that there are some odd tectures, but those can be overlooked.
Summary: I had to really take some time to learn to play this game. I put it down and was ready to trade it in the first few time. Then after a day or two it really grew on me. It ended up being one of my favs.