Offspring Fling

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Rating: 4.5/5 stars (22 ratings)

Offspring Fling Instructions

Offspring Fling is controlled by using the keyboard. Use the arrow keys to move. The X key is used to jump. The down arrow key is used to pick up your children while the C key is used to throw them. The escape key pauses the game.

Offspring Fling Walkthrough

Offspring Fling is an indie platform game developed by Kyle Pulver. This Flash version of the game gives you a taste of what the game has to offer, featuring fifteen levels, cute graphics, and awesome music.

Offspring Fling puts you in the role of a mother rabbit-bird-Pikachu-thing. Your objective is to find your children that are scattered across the levels, then bring them safely to the exit. The first levels of this platform game are straightforward, but as you progress you will have to solve more challenging puzzles to reach the exit with your kids. This demo only offers a brief fifteen levels, but your progress is automatically saved, so you will not have to complete them in one session (although it is quite possible to do so).

Offspring Fling uses the keyboard as its control device. The arrow keys are used to move your character and the X key is used top jump. The down arrow key is used to pick up your children. The C key is used to throw your children, which is useful for solving some puzzles (do not worry; they are quite resilient). The full version of this platform game is also controlled enabled, but you can use a controller with the demo as well if you use a program like JoyToKey.

Each level of Offspring Fling has a golden time. If you manage to beat this time, then you will earn a golden flower for that level. You are allowed to replay levels in this platform game to attempt to better your time. Attempting to get all of the golden flowers gives this adventure game excellent replay value!

Offspring Fling is a cute and challenging adventure game that shows once again that indie games do have merit. This demo may only have fifteen levels, but it is still entertaining and a great way to pass time. The full version is available from the game's official website, Steam, and Desura if you are interested in purchasing it.