Comments Shares It seems like a long-forgotten era now, but once upon a time, you couldn't swing a virtual stick on the internet without hitting a piece of fan art, pirated episode, or meme based on the TV show My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. At one pointspecificallynine members of the fandom even formed an indie development group dubbed "Mane6" and began developing a 2D fighting game called My Little Pony: Fighting is Magic. The game drew tons of attention, even garnering an invitation to the EVO fighting game tournament in and Then came the cease-and-desist letter.
A fan-made My Little Pony fighting game is in with a chance of making it to Evo MLP: Fighting is Magic is an unlicensed in-development 2D fighter that is one of 17 candidates for the final spot at Evo , the biggest and most popular fighting game tournament in the world.
Fighting game community website Shoryuken has launched a charity donation drive to determine the eighth game at Evo, with all proceeds going to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. A donation page has been set up for each of the most popular games in Shoryuken's recent Facebook poll, and the game that raises the most money will be at this year's Evo.
It is most certainly not licensed from Hasbro, but it features all the friendship, magic and cartoon violence you'd expect from a fighting game based on the family-friendly pony universe. Capcom 3 at the prestigious Las Vegas tournament.
You know what to do. The winner will be announced at the end of January.
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