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Beastly Frantic Foto

Kyle Kingson is the spoiled, shallow prince of his high school kingdom but when he humiliates a witch-like classmate, she retaliates by transforming him into someone as unattractive on the outside as he is on the inside. Now he has one year to find someone to love him in his new physical state - or he will remain "Beastly" forever. A fast-paced "spot-the-difference" experience based on the exciting CBS Films motion picture.
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0 out of 10%of reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for Beastly Frantic Foto
Review 1 for Beastly Frantic Foto
Can't Imagine This As A Game
Posted on:3/1/11
dolphinboy
The movie looks good but I don't know if this will be a good game.
18 of 31 found this review helpful.
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Love story into a game?
Posted 3/10/11
I can understand the Harry Potter movies into games because they have a lot of action. This movie seems like a generic love story where both of the main characters find themselves in the end. I guess it's just really going to have to depend on what kind of genre it's going to be to decide whether or not it's going to be good.
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Review 2 for Beastly Frantic Foto
Beastly Frantic Foto
Overall Rating: 
5 out of 10
5 out of 10
Gameplay: 
7 out of 10
7 out of 10
Graphics: 
3 out of 10
3 out of 10
Sound: 
1 out of 10
1 out of 10
Lasting Appeal: 
5 out of 10
5 out of 10
Posted on:9/16/13
lobothesacred3
This game is perfect for: casual gamers
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Gameplay
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Beastly Frantic Foto is a rather simple spot the difference mini-game and comes with well over 50 images to play through. To aid the player it also includes tools that can be used if you pull down the drop-down menu by pressing L or R. On the downside each of these tools has a limited number of uses so you may need to play through the stages multiple times in order to find the areas where the differences will usually be if you aren't good at spotting the differences on your own.
I'll also give the game credit for having varying differences on each photo every time you play as well. So, you'll never have to spot all of the same differences twice on a single play through. On the other hand the game never shows you where the differences that you missed are even if you lose a life on the photo in question.
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Graphics
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While this game is only comprised of still images it doesn't change the fact that most of them are of low quality and extremely blurry in the foreground and low on detail in the background. For a game that bases itself entirely on spotting the differences between images you'd think they'd have used photos of at least decent quality.
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Sound
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The game only seems to include a single musical scores that loops endlessly. It will quickly grow tiresome and you'll be thankful that you can turn the sound off on your DS.
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Lasting Appeal
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The game offers three levels of difficulty and a massive repertoire of photos to work through. Sadly, this won't make the game any more enjoyable if this type of game isn't your thing.
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Gameplay: 7
Graphics: 3
Sound: 1
Lasting Appeal: 5
Overall: 5
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1 of 1 found this review helpful.