Crytek announces first iOS effort Fibble: Flick 'n' Roll

Crysis developer looking to expand its audience.

Seasoned AAA developer Crytek is dipping its toes into casual waters for the first time, with the impending release of Fibble: Flick 'n' Roll.

The Crysis studio's debut iOS title is a physics-based puzzler that sees you guiding a spherical extraterrestrial through 30 levels set in the rooms of a suburban home in search of his stranded crew. See the game in action below.

It's available to download now, priced at £1.49 on iPhone and £2.99 on iPad.

Crytek boss Cevat Yerli explained that it's an attempt to grow the studio's audience beyond the high-end shooter crowd it currently attracts.

"Innovation, fun and unique user experiences have always been at the heart of Crytek's games." he commented.

"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."

The studio has a number of more core-orientated titles also in the works - Homefront 2 for THQ, free-to-play FPS Warface and Kinect action title Ryse.

Sometimes we include links to online retail stores. If you click on one and make a purchase we may receive a small commission. Read our policy.

Jump to comments (10)

About the author

Fred Dutton

Fred Dutton

Contributor

Fred Dutton was Eurogamer's US news editor, based in Washington DC.

Related

Video game voice actor Troy Baker is now promoting NFTs

UPDATE: "The 'hate/create' part might have been a bit antagonistic…"

Digital Foundry | God of War on PC is a simply sensational port

What's improved over console and how to get the best optimised experience.

Cory Barlog says Sony's own studios pushed to get PlayStation games on PC

"They were like, 'I'm tired of hearing all this. Fine, we'll do this.'"

New Sega trademark and logo emerge for Sega NFT

And for a Sega Classics NFT Collection too.

You may also enjoy...

Cory Barlog says Sony's own studios pushed to get PlayStation games on PC

"They were like, 'I'm tired of hearing all this. Fine, we'll do this.'"

New Sega trademark and logo emerge for Sega NFT

And for a Sega Classics NFT Collection too.

Video game voice actor Troy Baker is now promoting NFTs

UPDATE: "The 'hate/create' part might have been a bit antagonistic…"

Supporters only

Comments (10)

Comments for this article are now closed. Thanks for taking part!

Hide low-scoring comments
Order
Threading
Eurogamer.net

Buy things with globes on them

And other lovely Eurogamer merch in our official store!

Eurogamer Merch
Explore our store