Fly for Fun
Fly for Fun (also popularly known as FlyFF) is a massively multiplayer online fantasy online roleplaying game. This MMORPG is developed by Gala Lab Corp. (previously known as Aeonsoft). The game debuted in South Korea in 2004 and later released in North America in 2005. Fly for Fun has been published by Gala Lab in Korea and Korea, Macrowell Technologies in Taiwan, Mail.Ru Games in Russia, Asiasoft in Thailand, VDC-Net2E in Vietnam, PlayPark in the Philippines, PlayMojo in Indonesia, and Way2Bit Co. in North America and EU regions. Fly for Fun is available for play on Microsoft Windows.
How Many People Play Fly for Fun?
We estimate the daily player count of Fly for Fun to be 1,910, with a total player base of 201,054.
- Subscribers: 201,054
- Daily Players: 1,910
- Genres: RPG, Massively Multiplayer
- Platforms: PC
- Released: 2004-08-01
The Players and Daily login numbers are estimations based on subscriber numbers and online sentiment.
Fly for Fun Description
Fly for Fun (or FlyFF) is one of the longest running Asian MMORPGs, with an emphasis on the flying mechanics available in the game. Set in the fantasy world of Rokia where the world is overseen by Clown Gods, players find themselves in an ongoing conflict against the evil Masquerpets created by the goddess Shade.
The 3D open world maps can be traversed through one of the methods available to achieve flight, such as Brooms, Boards, Bikes, Clouds, and other unusual methods such as a Sleigh or Wooden Horse. You can also fight enemies while flying, which can have tactical advantages. Flying is achieved by reaching level 20 or by buying from the Cash Shop.
Players begin as the Vagrant class until they reach level 15. It is advisable to distribute stat points geared toward getting levels fast, such as Strength. You can job change at level 15 to Either an Acrobat, Assist, Magician, or Mercenary class. Each job will then branch to two second jobs. For instance, the Acrobat can be a Jester or a Ranger. This second job option will be unlocked at level 60. Later on, the character can progress to a third job such as the Templar, Slayer, Force Master, Seraph, Harlequin, Crackshooter, Mentalist, and Arcanist.
Aside from the PvE aspect of Fly for Fun, there is also a PvP system which allows players to duel. This can only be done if both players are at least level 15 and are not more than 30 levels between them. Guilds in Fly for Fun can be created which allows them to wear a cloak and bear an emblem, access the guild bank, and have a Warehouse. Guilds can participate in Guild Siege and the Clockworks War dungeon.