Flyn is an absolutely gorgeous 2d platformer that includes some elements of exploration as well as slight hints of puzzling. You can get further abilities the more you progress in the game, which varies your gameplay experience, while you can also revisit older levels for 100% completion. The music enhances the relaxed atmosphere of the game and its art style should be envied by accomplished titles.
The reason I do not recommend it for the average player is that I have found the difficulty level growing significantly, relatively early in the game, with no option whatsoever to adjust it for a smoother experience. This is a great shame for not so skilled players, who can miss the majority of the beautiful worlds portrayed in Flyn, and turn their experience frustrating instead of relaxing. Would definitely recommend it though, if your platforming skills are above average, or you like a hard challenge. Take my review as a warning, with a grain of salt.
Posted: November 29th, 2013