Should You Take a Flying
Leap?


 

Free to play games seem to be popping out of the woodwork, but some
have been around for a bit.  Fly for Fun (more commonly known
as Flyff) is an imported game from Gala-Net.  In this game,
players can not only fly, but also fight against the dread Masquerpets
and other enemies while in the air.  Ten Ton Hammer's Amber
"Aurael" Weldon has delved into the world of Flyff to bring you our
Flyff - Official Review.


The ultimate reason that many players want to try
this game is so that
they can fly. Flying in Flyff is quite entertaining. You gain the
flying skill at level 20 and must then purchase a broom or a board to
fly on. These are reasonably priced and shouldn’t be hard to find. The
station master will instruct you on the controls and allow you to
purchase your first broom or board. The controls are a bit tricky to
master and airborne combat is unlike anything I’ve seen in any game.



To read the latest guides, news, and features you can visit our Flyff Game Page.

Last Updated: Mar 29, 2016

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