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Happily Ever After is a humorous puzzle adventure game for PC, Mac and iPad. Currently available on iPad and Mac and will be available for PC via digital download and from all good games retailers on the 30th March.
With lavish comic book visuals, a sharp and witty script harking back to that of classic adventures of the early 90's and offering 24 levels with over 100 different puzzles, including hidden object, logic games, mazes, spot the differences, riddles and more. Happily Ever After is perfectly suited to hardcore puzzlers and casual gamers alike.
Happily Ever After GPU Frames Per Second Chart

Our objective is to build an accurate Happily Ever After frame rate chart that lets PC gamers select from any Nvidia or AMD graphics card series. In this beta feature we provide Happily Ever After FPS data, displayed based on a default screen resolution of 1080p.

Premium members can adjust the charts game graphics settings and select multiple graphics card series for frame rate comparison. For example, if you want to quickly compare frame rates for Happily Ever After between AMD Radeon RX-500 Series versus FPS for Nvidia’s GeForce 20 Series, then you can see those results displayed below.

Happily Ever After Frame Rate Chart Options
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Happily Ever After User Submitted Frame Per Second Results

Our next development is focused on incorporating our bespoke machine learning code that continues to enhance these Happily Ever After frames per second results as more and more of you (PC gamers) submit your own frame rates. Submitted frame rates will automatically be processed, removing anomalies and building increasingly reliable game FPS from all the good data until the performance graph above is pinpoint accurate. The more benchmarks you submit, the more confident we can be in the FPS prediction data across all games and hardware.

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