Bringing their gaming expertise and reputation for innovation to an expanded audience, Crytek today announced the arrival of Fibble – Flick ‘n’ Roll, a brand new physics-based puzzle game available for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Creators of award-winning titles such as Far Cry and the Crysis series, Crytek’s debut game for mobile devices retains the top-notch production values associated with the company whilst offering an accessible gameplay experience that everyone can enjoy.
Fibble – Flick ‘n’ Roll places players in control of the cute, but curiously brave, Fibble – an extraterrestrial who has crash-landed on earth and become separated from his crew in the process. Use the simple and intuitive touch screen controls to help Fibble find his friends, and combine the unique skills of the crew as you navigate 30 levels spread across the rooms of a suburban home. With achievements to accomplish, online scoreboards to climb and groundbreaking gameplay at every turn, Fibble – Flick ‘n’ Roll is a mobile adventure not to be missed!
Cevat Yerli, CEO & President of Crytek said:
“Innovation, fun and unique user experiences have always been at the heart of Crytek’s games. Fibble – Flick ‘n’ Roll continues that tradition whilst inviting a wider audience to experience the high production values that help our games to stand out from the crowd. Players can look forward to breathtaking console-quality graphics, and — most importantly — a highly engaging gameplay experience that will offer lots of replay value.”
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