Flappy Souls addictive hybrid of Dark Souls and Flappy

Flappy Souls – “addictive” hybrid of Dark Souls and Flappy Bird, which is garnering rave reviews, has been released on Steam

The mobile arcade game Flappy Bird that caused a stir in the casual gamer community in 2014 deserved it Compare with Dark Souls still in the works, but Brazilian blogger Medivelion has taken the relationship of the two games to a new level.

    Image source: Dualshockers

Image source: Dualshockers

With the help of two like-minded people, Medivelion started its service on May 11, 2023 steam a game called Flappy Souls. It’s available absolutely free and, as you can imagine, it’s a cross between Flappy Bird and Dark Souls.

Like the cult game by Vietnamese developer Dong Nguyen, Flappy Souls puts the player in the role of a bird (this time a goose with a hat) in order to avoid bumping into obstacles of different heights.

From Dark Souls, the creation of Medivelion received the style (apocalyptic background, souls as collectibles), character leveling and melancholic musical accompaniment.

Despite the simplicity of the gameplay, journalists who tried Flappy Souls dual shocker And Eurogamer called the game extremely exciting and balanced “addictive”. On Steam, the project collects extremely positive (100% rating) reviews.

There are still only a few user reviews for Flappy Souls on Steam (less than 20), but they are all consistently positive and, typically laconic:

  • “Better than [The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom]. 10/10”– writes dragon blade;
  • “Life is a cell and death is the key”– thinks Oshcara;
  • “I can’t wait for the Easy Mode update!” – don’t hold back Geralt of Rivia;
  • “Best Souls Game”summarizes electrical;
  • “I hate this game, but it forces me to keep playing”– desperate idle.

Unlike other Souls games, Flappy Souls does not have any PC requirements: it requires 40 MB, requires Windows 10, a processor at Intel Core i3-2100 / AMD A8-5600K level and 4 GB of RAM. So almost anyone can play it.

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