About This Game
Flynn & Freckles is a third-person view, single player game with a great amount of exploration and thrilling platforming. As Flynn we’ll need to deal with a series of puzzles, fight against loads of enemies and basically jump our way out most dangers in order to escape a mysterious and cursed island.
F&F gives us the opportunity to enjoy, once again a 3D platformer game, oldschool 90’s style with a renewed artistic approach and all of it revolved around a fantastic pirate setting.
Flynn, a young pirate, decides to begin a perilous quest in search for the most valuable of treasures: Captain Freckles’ Sword. But, to his surprise, the sword is possessed by the old captain’s spirit. Now both of them will have to face the dangers of an island full of secrets and the curse that rests upon the treasure.
- Wide amount of platforming action, puzzles, combat and exploring.
- Collectibles and other secrets that await for you to discover them.
- Meet charming characters and fend off dangerous enemies!
- Fun and casual story with a key component of humor.
- OS: Windows 7 (64bit)
- Processor: Intel i5-2500 3.3GHz
- Memory: 4 GB RAM
- Graphics: NVidia GTS450 / AMD Radeon 6850HD
- DirectX: Version 11
- Storage: 5 GB available space
- Sound Card: Windows Compatible Card
- Additional Notes: A Controller is STRONGLY recommended to play this game.
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It has the vive of a late 90s game with modern graphics. Controls are good and camera behaves well.
I love the begining of the game, there are some parts of level design through the game that I would change, but the overall feeling is good.
It has charm characters and enough back story to keep you interested about the world.
Some elements remember to Zelda on N64 or GameCube, some to 3D Mario’s games, somes to Spyro or Ratchet & Clank…
It’s quite linear but with enough exploration, some figthing and variety on the gameplay mechanics. It’s just about having a fun time, as simple as that.
I totally recommend the game.
Even in the first area it was unplayably buggy. Imagine Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, but now imagine you have to constantly manually adjust the camera angle and that you have a 50-50 chance the platform you’re jumping to will glitch out from under you and you’ll pass through the solid rock.
Running through the village Flynn would randomly drop through the ground and drown. It is unplayable in this state.