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By Christopher Healy, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

Cute furballs bump each other off the board in strategy game

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age 6+

Based on 2 parent reviews

age 6+

Fling! Parent Guide

Fun and funny game with furry creatures bouncing around and bumping into others to knock the other ones off the board. The bumping into and knocking over others thing is in the rude humor category. This game is for fun and entertainment. In-app digital purchases are present.

This title has:

Easy to play/use
Too much consumerism
age 6+

Our whole family loves this app

We have very few iPhone games, this is a keeper and worth every penny to purchase the full function game. There is nothing scary or violent about flinging the fur balls into each other.

Is It Any Good?

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Don't let the cuteness of Fling!'s cuddly creatures fool you into thinking it's a game for very young kids. There's nothing offensive or troublesome in the game's content, but it is a serious strategy game that requires a good deal of logical thinking. The early levels of the game are relatively simple and can easily get you hooked on Fling!'s fun and rewarding puzzles. The object is to flick furballs at one another until there's only one left on the board, but random shuffling will get you nowhere, as you need to make sure every furball you fling ends up in a place where it can be knocked off by another.

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