The Guy Father of indie gaming is now available on iOS. This classic game is not a game, it is an experience. Navigate FlyGuy through the sky in a whimsical daydream that will surprise and delight players of all ages.
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Ratings and Reviews
A Classic Remastered
If you've been around the internets like I have, you may have come across a simple little game called "Fly Guy" back in the 2000s. It was a witty, funny, and calm gaming experience, that always left me coming back for more. Even after all these years, it never ceased to entertain me, and it's so exciting to see this classic remastered for iOS.
The gameplay is easy to pick up and play just as before. Swipe your finger around the screen and see where the game takes you! The images look clean and sharp, and the music sounds so much better than before (it's amazing how far we've come from having to compress the heck out of sfx to make it work). It's a completely remastered work of art, and it looks outstanding in its newest form.
TVM seems to be one of those artists you'll be lucky to find considering how vast the internet is, and I'm so glad that I did all those years ago. Fly Guy 2 is in the works, and I'm so excited to see a continuation of one of the best browser games to come out of the new millennium. If you're looking for a silly and relaxing game experience, this is the one for you. Stylish in every way, "Fly Guy" is a timeless classic, that you'll fall in love with from the first time you experience it~
P.S: TVM, thanks for the great childhood memories. I loved your work then, and I truly love your work now. You bring smiles to many people on a daily basis. Keep it up, and I truly look forward to "Fly Guy 2"! Peace, and God bless! :D
SO HAPPY TO FIND FLYGUY!!
UPDATE: To turn on the music, make sure you have the Hold button off and Do Not Disturb off.
Every now and then I check online to see if the original Fly Guy is still operational. And it's always such a relief to find that little world waiting unjudgmentally for me. The first time I played it I used the right and left arrows for a while and made the Guy walk around. I don't know how long it took me to try the Up arrow. It just didn't occur to me for a while that it would be an option! But the Guy obediently flipped up into the air and then floated bobbing up and down awaiting my next instruction. It made the impossible seem possible even in the most mundane of circumstances! I'm SO happy to have this app version of the game. Thank you, thank you! I do miss the music though; am I just not seeing how to turn it up?
Reminds me of the Sago Mini games, the ones where you explore and interact with the world. I love the pixelated black and white graphics and the silliness.
You fly around and go through various 'stages,' and meet some interesting characters. It's not exactly a game but it's a neat app to try out.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.