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A remake of the original ''Fairy Bloom'', entitled ''Fairy Bloom Ultra Encore'', has being developed with the Unreal Engine 4. A demo of the remake was released during the 86th Summer Comiket and its trailer can be found [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-tgI87pa2bc here]]. The game was available from Playism's site through a "pay what you want" model at a minimum of $0.99 with the game's source code going for $9.99; as of May 2021, the game is no longer available since the closure of the site's site, and instead has been moved to booth.pm.

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A remake of the original ''Fairy Bloom'', entitled ''Fairy Bloom Ultra Encore'', sold only in Japanese markets as "花咲か妖精 Ultra Encore", has being developed with the Unreal Engine 4. A demo of the remake was released during the 86th Summer Comiket and its trailer can be found [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-tgI87pa2bc here]]. The game was available from Playism's site through a "pay what you want" model at a minimum of $0.99 with the game's source code going for $9.99; as of May 2021, the game is no longer available since the closure of the site's site, and instead has been moved to booth.pm.

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* AfterCombatRecovery: In ''Ultra Encore'', after every day of battle, the plant gets healed about 25 HitPoints.


* PointyEars: The protagonist fairy of ''Ultra Encore'' has pointy ears, presumably due to being non-human.

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* PaletteSwap: ''Fairy Bloom Ultra Encore'' has an aphid that's purple-pink where the regular ones are dark orange, appear on the fourth day at least.
* PointyEars: The protagonist fairy of ''Ultra Encore'' has fairies have pointy ears, presumably due to being non-human.

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* MetaPowerUp: It's the form of the CriticalStatusBuff that triggers at whatever values make the LifeMeter turn red. It boosts the rate that the AngstNuke "anger" meter fills per second, to be [[PercentBasedValues 8 times]] the regular.


* AngstNuke: The power for a SmartBomb-type LimitBreak fills up the fairy when the plant takes damage, In the original game, it's measured by "怒" which is usually translated as "Anger" in meter and in ''Ultra Encore'' it's marked by an emoticon at the bottom that gets redder and sad/mad-der, turning fiery when full / ready to activate.

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* AngstNuke: The power for a SmartBomb-type LimitBreak fills up the fairy when the plant takes damage, damage or just by waiting. In the original game, it's measured by "怒" which is usually translated as "Anger" in meter and in ''Ultra Encore'' it's called a "Rage Bomb" and marked by an emoticon at the bottom that gets redder and sad/mad-der, turning fiery when full / ready to activate.activate. As said on the help screen:
--> If the flower gets, you can unleash your fury and mop up your foes! The fairy is a vicious being, however, and will accumulate rage even if left alone.


* AngstNuke: The power for a SmartBomb-type LimitBreak fills up the fairy when the plant takes damage, In the original game, it's measured by "怒" which is usually translated as "Anger" in meter and in ''Ultra Encore'' it's marked by an emoticon at the bottom that gets redder and sad/mad-der, turning fiery when full / ready to activate.



* EndlessGame: It's literally called Endless Mode. The setup is that you have a full grown plant, and you're fighting off monsters that drop in and come from the sides, for as long as possible.

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* EndlessGame: It's literally called Endless Mode. The setup is that you have a full grown full-grown plant, and you're fighting off monsters that drop in and come from the sides, for as long as possible.



* LifeMeter: The plant's health is depicted in a bar on the bottom that decreases from right to left.

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* HitPoints: The English translation of ''Ultra Encore'' calls the 100 hit points of the plant in the center of the screen, "Lives", judging from the end-of-level summaries.
* LifeMeter: The plant's health is depicted in a bar on the bottom that decreases from right to left.left in the original and from both sides at once in ''Ultra Encore''.


A remake of the original ''Fairy Bloom'', entitled ''Fairy Bloom Ultra Encore'', has being developed with the Unreal Engine 4. A demo of the remake was released during the 86th Summer Comiket and its trailer can be found [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-tgI87pa2bc here]]. The game was available from Playism's site through a "pay what you want" model at a minimum of $0.99 with the game's source code going for $9.99; as of May 2021, the game is no longer available since the closure of the site's site.

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A remake of the original ''Fairy Bloom'', entitled ''Fairy Bloom Ultra Encore'', has being developed with the Unreal Engine 4. A demo of the remake was released during the 86th Summer Comiket and its trailer can be found [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-tgI87pa2bc here]]. The game was available from Playism's site through a "pay what you want" model at a minimum of $0.99 with the game's source code going for $9.99; as of May 2021, the game is no longer available since the closure of the site's site.
site, and instead has been moved to booth.pm.



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* PointyEars: The protagonist fairy of ''Ultra Encore'' has pointy ears, presumably due to being non-human.


A remake of the original ''Fairy Bloom'', entitled ''Fairy Bloom Ultra Encore'', has being developed with the Unreal Engine 4. A demo of the remake was released during the 86th Summer Comiket and its trailer can be found [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-tgI87pa2bc here]]. The game can be purchased from Playism through a "pay what you want" model at a minimum of $0.99 with the game's source code going for $9.99.

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A remake of the original ''Fairy Bloom'', entitled ''Fairy Bloom Ultra Encore'', has being developed with the Unreal Engine 4. A demo of the remake was released during the 86th Summer Comiket and its trailer can be found [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-tgI87pa2bc here]]. The game can be purchased was available from Playism Playism's site through a "pay what you want" model at a minimum of $0.99 with the game's source code going for $9.99.
99; as of May 2021, the game is no longer available since the closure of the site's site.


* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: The flower fairy in the first game has green hair.


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The game was later followed up by an ActionRPG sequel with ''VideoGame/FairyBloomFreesia'' released in August 15th, 2011 during Comiket 80.

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The game was later followed up by an ActionRPG a StylishAction sequel with ''VideoGame/FairyBloomFreesia'' released in August 15th, 15, 2011 during Comiket 80.
80, and was later localized by Nyu Media in 2012 through UsefulNotes/{{Steam}} and DESURA.



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''Fairy Bloom'' is doujin BeatEmUp game developed for Windows PC by Creator/{{Edelweiss}}, and one of the first games released by the circle.

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''Fairy Bloom'' is a doujin BeatEmUp game developed for Windows PC by Creator/{{Edelweiss}}, and one of the first games released by the circle.
circle, and the first in the ''VideoGame/FairyBloom'' series.


''Fairy Bloom'' is doujin BeatEmUp game developed for Windows PC by Edelweiss, the makers of ''VideoGame/EtherVapor'', and one of the first games released by the circle.

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''Fairy Bloom'' is doujin BeatEmUp game developed for Windows PC by Edelweiss, the makers of ''VideoGame/EtherVapor'', Creator/{{Edelweiss}}, and one of the first games released by the circle.


In ''Fairy Bloom'' you play as a flower fairy who must protect a blossoming flower from monsters that wishes to do harm to the precious plant. Don't be deceived by the fairy's cute looks, she kicks far more ass [[LittleMissBadass than you think]]. Armed with a blade in hand, she will punch, kick, slice and dice anything trying to prevent this flower from blooming. The game was released on December 26th, 2005 as a retail game, but later the game became freeware and it can be downloaded [[http://www.vector.co.jp/download/file/win95/game/fh478658.html here]] for v3.02 or [[http://edelweiss.skr.jp/works/fairybloom/download.html here]] for v3.03.

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In ''Fairy Bloom'' you play as a flower fairy who must protect a blossoming flower from monsters that wishes wish to do harm to the precious plant. Don't be deceived by the fairy's cute looks, she kicks far more ass [[LittleMissBadass than you think]]. Armed with a blade in hand, she will punch, kick, slice and dice anything trying to prevent this flower from blooming. The game was released on December 26th, 2005 as a retail game, but later the game became freeware and it can be downloaded [[http://www.vector.co.jp/download/file/win95/game/fh478658.html here]] for v3.02 or [[http://edelweiss.skr.jp/works/fairybloom/download.html here]] for v3.03.


* EvilDoppelganger: You fight evil versions of yourself in v3.03 of the original ''Fairy Bloom''. instead of the

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* EvilDoppelganger: You fight evil versions of yourself in v3.03 of the original ''Fairy Bloom''. instead of the



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* InUniverseGameClock: Both the original and the remake have a day-night cycle.
* LifeMeter: The plant's health is depicted in a bar on the bottom that decreases from right to left.
* LittleMissBadass: The protagonist fairies of each game look like young girls, and can fight off creatures trying to attack their plants.


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* WingedHumanoid: The fairy, who looks like a young girl, in the remake's [[http://edelweiss.skr.jp/works/fbue/image/bg_top.jpg promotional art]], has yellow wings of some kind.

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