We've been following the development of open-world flying game Fugl for several years now, and this year at GDC we once again checked out the latest version. The twist this time is that the game is actually, finally, for realsies this time almost complete. If you're unfamiliar, Fugl has you playing as a bird with free reign to fly and explore a gigantic procedurally-generated world. It uses a voxel art style and a gorgeous color palette, making it the type of game that's just a joy to kick back and take in. We took the latest version of Fugl for a spin at GDC and here's what we saw.

I've always loved the look of Fugl since the first time I ever saw it, but somehow this year it looked better than ever. The colors really pop and the frame rate is incredibly silky smooth. There's also tons of neat little hidden extras, like the ability to befriend some of the creatures roaming around the land. I really can't wait to get my hands on the final version which should finally be arriving for mobile this coming June.

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  • cadillackills

    This is my antidepressant slash zen game that I can't wait for. Great job, can't wait! Cheers

  • Aravon

    This makes my digital heart happy!

  • r10k

    One letter off fugly.

  • Groo Gadgets

    WOW! Looks beautiful πŸ™‚

  • Andre Artiaga

    Totally shit!

  • shining jade

    This is gorgeous and it's open world 😍 please be a paid offline premium game ! I'll pay for it just let it be offline playable 😍

  • bigrand1

    Yeah, I can't wait (oh, hell, let's be honest--we've been waiting for this one for years now, so a few more months is no biggie) either, but I wouldn't hold my breath, as this one just goes on and on! Looks like it's totally gonna be worth it though when it finally pops! At this point to me it doesn't matter when it does because the dev seems to be meticulous and will wait til it's just right, and I'm all for getting the best results. πŸ˜‰

  • Xenogears

    What's the goal?


    Pure delightsomeness!

  • Adam J. Blust

    This looks beautiful. But do you just fly around until you crash? What's the point of that?