Fly'n (Steam) [Online Game Code]
- Experiment with the four Buds and their individual powers to save the World-Trees
- Switch between Innate and Subtle Visions when to find your way through
- Redistribute the Helys in order to play with the environment and free the inhabitants of Helicia
- Challenge your skills through more than forty levels.
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Fly’N is a PC platformer in which players control four original characters with their own complementary abilities. They are the guardians of the World-Trees: the Buds. It’s only by combining and by playing with their powers that the Buds will be able to find the right path when the situation seems impossible…
Save the World-Trees from Dyer, the loony hair-dryer who intends to destroy their Helys! It’s up to you to control the four different characters with unique powers, guardians of the World-Trees: the Buds. But watch out – their path will be peppered with pitfalls, each one more hazardous than the rest! When you find yourself in a tricky situation, you’ll have to figure out which combination of actions will save the day…
“Fly’N is filled with potential to be the next great indie game”
This product requires a Steam Account.System Requirements:
- Supported OS: Windows 7 Windows Vista Windows XP
- Processor: Single Core 2.4 Ghz
- RAM: 2 GB
- Hard Disk: 2 GB
- Video Card: Radeon 2400 Pro or Nvidia 8500 GT, Shader Model 3, 512 MB of video memory
- Additional Requirements: Radeon 4850 or Nvidia 9800 GT, Shader Model 3, 512 MB of video memory. Controller recommended.
Steam account required for game activation and installation
Edition: Steam DRM
Top Customer Reviews
A few levels later, my character was running from a rapidly-rising sea of red stuff that kills you instantly. The idea of timed stages, from early Mario games to now, has always sucked, but I forced my way through these anyway, my opinion of the game suffering somewhat for their presence and how frustrating they eventually started to become thanks to the awkward controls.
Then I started noticing hit detection issues. I was periodically recording video of the game, and when I went frame-by-frame, I started to notice that my character was "popping" (you don't just die in this game, but get sent back to a checkpoint unless you touch the sea of red stuff during the timed stages) when it was nowhere near environmental hazards. Now, I had already been forced to put a lot of this game's negatives out of my mind by that point, but inaccurate hit boxes in a modern game? That's borderline unacceptable. However, I continued playing in a desperate bid to get my money's worth.
The more you play, the more characters you unlock, and I eventually unlocked a character that bounces and destroys blocks (often at the same time).Read more ›