FlapThulhu's review

    Published: 2014-05-15, by Janel.

    I'll take my Flappy Bird with two heaping helpings of Cthulhu, please

    • Deliciously morbid pixel art
    • Collecting skulls to gain access to Fight Mode gives you a reason to play
    • It's just like Flappy Bird

    "Flap your merry way through the Eldritch dimension"

    All flown—all done, so lift me on the pyre—

    The Feast is over, and the flaps expire.

    Noodlecake Studios Inc brings you the absolutely necessary FlapThulhu, just like your beloved Flappy Bird, but with a whole lot more madness and cosmic evil.

    You already know the goal is to flap through the gates without touching anything, which will cause you to lose immediately. It's addictive, it's too easy to hit replay, yadda.

    The gravy that makes this Flappyclone several steps above the rest: the graphics are drenched in putrid greens and purples, and the general level of pixel art is just splendidly grotesque. Another clear bonus over the original: there are skulls to collect, 10 of which will net you access to the hallowed Fight Mode. It's a reason to keep your tentacles flapping away.

    Noodlecake Studios Inc's FlapThulhu is as darkly flaptastic as the genre gets. Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Flapthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl flaptagn!

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    by Janel , Appszoom

    May 15, 2014


    Flap through the horrible gates of R'lyeh and unleash the Madness to open a portal to the eldritch dimension... or will the madness take you?

    Fight mode - beat up lesser monsters as you fly through a disgusting cave.
    Shoggoth - unleash and play as a new horrible beast.

    - Tap to Flap!
    - Fighting!
    - Madness!

    Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Flapthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl flaptagn!

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