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Fairune (Game)
FairuneTitle3DS
Fairune Title Screen
Developer
Publisher
Designer
Skipmore
Y. Kimura
M.Yonehara
Version
1.1.2 (06/01/2015)
Released
iOS/Android - 03/28/2013
N3DS - 12/18/2014
Switch/PC - 05/16/2018
Genre
Action, Adventure, RPG
Modes
Easy
Normal
Ratings
E
Platforms
iOS, Android, N3DS,
Nintendo Switch, Steam (PC)
Requirements
Android - Vers. 2.3+


Fairune (Game) is an retro-style puzzle action role-playing game (ARPG) developed by Skipmore and published by CIRCLE Entertainment for iOS, Android, and the Nintendo 3DS. The Fairune Collection includes this game and was released on the Nintendo Switch and on Steam. The game is followed by a sequel, Fairune 2.

GameplayEdit

Fairune emulates the look and feel of a classic '80s game. Fairune has a combat system that's highly reminiscent of the first Ys games -consisting of nothing more than walking through creatures. If a creature is the same level as the player the creature would die, the player would take damage, and receive experience points to help level up the player.

Throughout the game the player solves puzzles, levels up, and discovers secret paths and locations to help advance the story. The game primarily focuses on puzzle solving with little to no hints, forcing the player to rely much on exploring and the 'trial and error' method of problem-solving.

ControlsEdit

StoryEdit

Quote1L ...First, welcome to Fairune, where illusion is reality. Quote1R
— The Ancient Codex

The player assumes the role of the Heroine tasked with locating the three Spirit Icons and sealing the 'scourge'.

The Heroine is accompanied by the Ancient Codex, providing creature 'combat' suggestions, as she searches for the Spirit Icons throughout the Grasslands, the Underworld, the Lava Zone, and the Administrators' Tower. Throughout the journey, the Heroine acquires various items to aide her, notably the Dragon's Scale in which ultimately is needed to seal the scourge. When the Heroine defeats the scourge, she is prompted to Reboot Fairune and in doing so frees the Fairies and 'resets the land's story'.

GuideEdit



  • Special recognition to James Donnelly (TrystXII) for his dedicated time and effort to construct a detailed Fairune guide that helped shape this Wiki grow.
  • Special recognition to Joseph Della Ventura Jr. (Yomendou) for his dedicated time and effort to construct a detailed Fairune 2 guide that also helped this Wiki grow.

VersionsEdit

The iOS/Android and N3DS have very distinct differences that affect the core game depending on which version the player chooses to engage.

Version DifferencesEdit

AchievementsEdit

iOS/Android AchievementsEdit

This version of the game does not detail the requirements to achieve completion of each achievement.

  • First playthrough
  • Best time
  • Times completed
  • Monsters killed

3DS AchievementsEdit

The following listed achievements detail the requirements for completion.

  • The End - Beat the game and watched the ending.
  • Item Collector - Collected all items excluding secret items.
  • Treasure Hunter - Collected all secret items.
  • Monster Hunter - Defeated all monsters excluding rare monsters.
  • Rare Enemy Hunter - Defeated all rare monsters.
  • Perfectionist - Beat the game without dying.
  • Twice a Hero - Beat the game twice.
  • 2hr Speedster - Beat the game within 2hrs.
  • 1hr Speedster - Beat the game within 1hr.
  • Monster Slayer - Defeated 1,000 monsters.
  • Legendary Slayer - Defeated 5,000 monsters.
  • Rare Enemy Slayer - Defeated 100 rare monsters.

Fairune Collection Achievements Edit

The achievements in the Fairune Collection involving Fairune are:

  • The End - Beat the game and watched the ending.
  • Item Collector - Collected all items excluding secret items.
  • Treasure Hunter - Collected all secret items.
  • Monster Hunter - Defeated all monsters excluding rare monsters.
  • Rare Enemy Hunter - Defeated all rare monsters.
  • Perfectionist - Beat the game without dying.
  • 2hr Speedster - Beat the game within 2hrs.
  • 1hr Speedster - Beat the game within 1hr.

The Completion of Fairune is also necessary to earn the following achievements:

  • Fairune Maniac - Cleared Fairune 1/2/Origin
  • Fairune Master - Cleared Fairune 1/2/Origin/Blast

Additionally, completing the game is necessary to unlock Fairune Blast.

TriviaEdit

  • Fairune evokes the likeness of GameBoy-style Legend of Zelda games.
  • Crashing - Since the update in 2016, some users experience game crashing upon loading. At the moment there are no plans from Skipmore to fix this issue.
  • Server Disconnect - Users are currently not able to "Connect to the Server" for reasons unknown. This feature was used to tally scores against friends and other users by entering player ID numbers. It is unknown if Skipmore will release a patch to fix this issue.

GalleryEdit

TrailerEdit

Game Purchase DescriptionEdit

The game is free for download on iOS and Android, but cost $2.99 on the eShop.

From the App Store/Google Play Store:
"An action-puzzler RPG with a retro feel! The scourge is back with a vengeance! Seal him off for good! Collect the three Spirit Icons to lead the way to victory!"

From the Nintendo eShop:
"A girl has been chosen to become a heroine. An adventure filled with mystery awaits her. During her adventure, she'll need to find weapons to defeat monsters, and to level up. She also needs to collect items, find secret passages, and solve puzzles. Once she has unlocked three acient statues, she has to seal a mysterious menace away forever."

See AlsoEdit

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