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Fear Unlimited Full Edit

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UPDate Due to the success of Fear Unlimited I have finally decided to actually make the sequel , actually the prequel

Fear Unlimited 2 Kingdom Of Hell

UPDATE listen up the game is more than 3 missions long it's 17 missions long that is not urami in mission 1-3 it is his puppet play further to find out more

UPDATE lol I pressed the wrong checking box rather than excessive violence I said it had excessive nudity lol It has been fixed though rated 17 an up

the previous version sent 24 hours ago was a test edit for the programming it all worked so the full edition is now online

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I remember playing this when I was younger.

Those were good times.

Action themed flash. Graphics have a dark theme to them that goes well with the concept. Gameplay works well but you should list all the controls in the author comments. Adding more power ups, weapon choices and perks would be a smart idea.

This game is a Huge W

The game is definitely ahead of it's time, the OG Fear Unlimited Game will never be Forgotten other fear unlimited games prequels issue 1 and 2 are cool, I always hoped that one day the Dream battle will be called Encon (Fear Unlimited) Vs Dante (DMC).

I just really Wished that Donovan Jackson can come back and bring back Fear Unlimited on YouTube, Twitter, or Instagram to bring back the Nostalgic times.

If Don Jackson is reading this, please return.

Played and finished the entire game way back in the day over nearly a decade ago when I was a kid.

Still one of the most impressive and complete flash games ever made. Hands down.

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Nov 25, 2005
8:57 AM EST
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