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Flyff: Fly for Fun

by AeonSoft, 2004

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The graphics are amazing! Mixing realistic 3D with cartoonish designs, the charm and cuteness of the world reflects greatly through its interesting and imaginative look and fashion. Think steampunk or flying machines when you think Flyff.

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Music is one of the best things about this game. The music is upbeat and very very charming. It rmeinds me of something out of a Capcom title. Sound effects are well-used.

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Much of the game is mouse-controlled from walking, to fighting, to flying. Unfortunately, past the flying there’s not much to this game from what I saw. You have your normal spells, quests, and there aren’t that many classes to choose from.

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OK, we’ve seen Trickster Online. We’ve heard of MapleStory. We’ve loved EverQuest. We wet our pants at the amazing graphics of Final Fantasy Online. Now it’s time to look at another amazing MMORPG. If you haven’t heard of Flyff, you haven’t heard of quality, or you are too locked up in your FPS closet to seek out REAL quality. Flyff is by the creators of the well-played and well-loved SpaceCowboy Online, and you can see the same amount of effort in every fibre of the game. Time to stop gabbing about its greatness and do the review.

Flyff stands for Fly for Fun, which should give you a good idea of what the games main meal-ticket is. If you haven’t guessed it by now, this MMO’s gameplay staple is flying. Actually free-roaming flying, not watch your character fly while sitting bored at your computer desk. From brooms to boards, you have a variety of flying equipment to use, and none of it disappointments. In fact, I can’t really describe how much fun it is to fly around the vast world of Flyff.

But it gets even better. Can anyone say mid-air battles? That’s right, your character isn’t completely safe in the skies, but don’t worry too much, battles in the game are easy and quite fun.

Much of the game is mouse-controlled from walking, to fighting, to flying. Unfortunately, past the flying there’s not much to this game from what I saw. You have your normal spells, quests, (though some quests are made much more interesting through flying), and there aren’t that many classes to choose from. You can only customize your character to a certain extend, unless you’re willing to pay money for more exciting garments.

Music is also basically non-existant, though the game's sounds effects can be quite charming.

Another aspect of this game is it’s amazing graphics. Mixing realistic 3D with cartoonish designs, the charm and cuteness of the world reflects greatly through its interesting and imaginative look and fashion. Think steampunk or flying machines when you think Flyff.

Now just because the game is totally boring on ground doesn’t mean you shouldn’t give this gem a try. When you finally soar through the skies, you’ll be very thankful you did. Even though this game only gets a 3.5 in my view, that doesn’t mean others won’t see it for a great quality game; and, though it lacks a certain something, that doesn’t mean you won’t have a wonderfully fun and exciting experience. Now soar off into the wild blue! Fly for fun!

Review by: Secret Fawful