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Syracuse, NY /

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Use your pencil and imagination to battle online

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    235 Harrison Street
    Syracuse, NY

GraFighters is a fighting game for all of those characters stuffed in your sketchbooks and on the sides of your class notes. It doesn’t matter if you’re an artist, designer, doodler, kid in a classroom or retired person in Florida. If you have a pencil and an imagination we’ve got an arsenal of characters waiting to be challenged.

The team behind graFighters is a small crew from Syracuse, NY. We started building the game, because just like you we love to draw, but have never been able to take our characters beyond our sketchbooks. Our main goal for this version of the game is to get users familiar with the character uploading process (which allows your drawing to be animated) and Cornelius, an algorithm that analyses your characters and determines their strengths, weaknesses, and fighting styles based on how they’ve been drawn.

The ultimate goal for graFighters is to be able to bring any drawing to life exactly how you’ve imagined it aka: Dragons breathing fire, Robots behaving like machines, and unicorns harnessing their magical powers to shoot laser beams of happiness… but we’re not there yet.

GraFighters is just a baby in its alpha stage. Before we can do roundhouse kicks worthy of taking down Chuck Norris we have to lean how to walk. But we would love to have your help! If any questions come up as you’re playing the game, or you are dying to share an idea about something you’d like to see in the next version send an email to