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Fling for Windows Phone

After an unusual delay, the Marketplace has finally updated. That means Fling from Miniclip is now available!

Fling is a puzzle game that plays much differently from Miniclip’s previous Xbox live releases. In each level, players must flick furballs into each other with the goal of leaving only one monster on the board. Furballs can only travel horizontally or vertically and they only stop when they hit another furball, so you’ll need to experiment and/or think a few moves in advance to win.

Fling can get pretty tough what with all the planning and such. Factor in an Achievement for completing 500 (!) puzzles and it might take quite a while to complete. Not everybody has that much time on their hands - or in some cases, the brain power. Thankfully, help is near at hand. This online Fling solver will knock out even the toughest puzzles. No, it won’t make anybody smarter (playing on your own would probably be more useful to that end), but at least it can save that precious time we capitalist citizens value so much. I kid!

Fling costs $2.99 and there is a free trial. Get it here on the Marketplace.

Update: The price rose from 99 cents to $2.99 shortly after launch.

Thanks to Zebrasqual for the tip!

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dogmeat1978 says:

Nice little game for 79p;-)

Dethzilla says:

I could care less about fling... Where is Audible?

Paul Acevedo says:


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antivirus says:

Well if I care less than you do then it is possible to care less :-)

nrask7 says:


Gatlyn says:

Pretty disappointing that, again, the devs didn't bother to change the resolution from the iPhone. I'm getting pretty tired of games that aren't full screen. (Final Fantasy & Feed Me Oil to name two)

tommohammed says:

I agree, I thought this game had an android version anyway? I swear I played it on my galaxy S rather than iPhone..

tylerh1701 says:

Enjoying my time with Fling so far.  It has microtransactions with it but don't see them as being necessary at all, which I appreciate.
Achievements seem pretty do-able (not to worried about solving 500 puzzles cause I enjoy playing) and any super difficult ones can just be figured out with the solver.

angelsimaren says:

Reminds me of a old game called Atomica :)

Arsenic17 says:

Actually the biggest time consumer the frenzy achievements. Getting 40 gold medals is impossible. Haha. 500 puzzles can be done in three hours using solver.

40 golds on Frenzy is impossible for humans, imo (even 20 would have been). Miniclip keeping its tradition of making clever casual games, and very hard as well.
Guess I'm going to skip it, going to buy Full House Poker, its on my to buy list for ages.

Gemini Ace says:

I tried this on my iPhone ages ago.  Didn't really get it then, don't plan on buying it now.