The folks over at Mane6 recently released a quick FAQ that touches on some of the benefits that will be afforded to them should they be able to utilize Lab Zero Games’ Skullgirls engine. As many of you may remember, Lab Zero has offered to allow Mane6 free use of said engine should their on-going [...]more.
Posted by iantothemax on March 20, 2013 under News
Former Fighting is Magic Team to Receive Free Skullgirls Engine License if Lab Zero Games’ Fundraiser Reaches $725,000Posted by d3v on March 16, 2013 under News
Many of you may already be familiar with the drama surrounding My Little Pony: Fighting is Magic and its development team, Mane6. After the much awaited fan-project was stopped due to a cease and desist letter from Hasbro, the team received a break when former My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic showrunner Lauren Faust joined the [...]more.
My Little Pony: Fighting is Magic Back in Production, Lauren Faust to Help Create Original Characters and New SettingPosted by Wolverine-Master on March 3, 2013 under News
For those of you who were following the production of Fighting is Magic, you know that they recently received a cease and desist via Hasbro, owners of the My Little Pony franchise. However, all is not lost. With the help of Lauren Faust, producer of the animated series, they are going to try their hands [...]more.
Mane6 Receives Cease and Desist from Hasbro, My Little Pony: Fighting is Magic Development Shut DownPosted by iantothemax on February 9, 2013 under Featured, News
Mane6 updated their website earlier today with a bit of unfortunate news regarding the development of their My Little Pony fighter, Fighting is Magic. Hasbro, the property’s current trademark holders, sent the studio a cease and desist letter that effectively prohibits them from moving forward with the title. While Mane6 still hopes that some sort of agreement [...]more.
Gamespot Chronicles the Development and Goals Behind MLP: Fighting is Magic with MANE6; “The pony aspect has been overtaken by the drive to make this a good fighting game.”Posted by iantothemax on January 5, 2013 under Interviews, News
From its beginnings as mock-up images on a messageboard to an exhibition on the EVO 2012 show floor, My Little Pony: Fighting is Magic has certainly come a long way. Gamespot’s Maxwell McGee recently took the chance to speak with MANE6, the development team behind the fan-game, to get a feel for how this independent [...]more.