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The gameplay is true to the classic era of button mashing brawlers, as players choose from a diverse cast of characters and take to the streets to battle endless waves of thugs and ruffians.  But Fist Puncher offers a deeper experience than the quarter eating games that made the genre famous, including RPG elements and extensive unlockable content.  ?Think Double Dragon meets Castle Crashers?, says studio co-founder Jake Lewandowski.
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