Fighting Game For Writers!

We are big advocates for demolishing writer’s block. We’ve talked about a variety of methods, websites, and apps to use against a writer’s worst nightmare. Here is a new one for you: Fighter’s Block.

So, after playing around with the online app for a few levels, I can officially declare this as a fun way to defeat writer’s block. There’s only a select amount of characters you can choose from and there’s only one enemy unlocked but there are little details in the structure and immersion of the game which makes it worthwhile.

Let’s break it down!

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Cute pixel sprites go up against each other in a game that challenges you to write, write, write before your character’s health reaches zero. You start off by choosing your hero (you can choose between Red or Karen, Quin is locked until you reach level 11) and your word goal for that particular level. Once you click fight, the battle has begun.

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You’ll notice the health bar of your character slowly (or quickly) diminishing if you’re not typing. As you write, the character’s health is regenerated and the enemy’s lowers.

To add more flair to your experience, you can customize your fighting background and writing difficulty to challenge yourself. The theme can be changed to different color schemes that can better your playing/writing experience. With the opponent you can easily change its speed and attack which works against you as you’re writing.

Your writing space can also be customized. From font to the display of your text box, this game is perfect for any writer looking for new ways to get back into the swing of things.

3 thoughts on “Fighting Game For Writers!

  1. Tall Writer August 24, 2018 / 2:33 pm

    Love it. Nice find. Nice feature.

  2. A.I. Alex August 27, 2018 / 7:32 am

    Wow! I never thought such a thing exists, but it really looks like fun. I definitely want to try it out now. Does it matter what you write about or can you choose any topic at all?

    • Hershman Rights August 27, 2018 / 9:30 am

      You can most certainly write whatever you please! While I was playing around with it, I just set the mood for what sort of fantasy short story I would have wanted to create! It definitely created an ambiance for me that made it a lot of fun to write, haha.

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