Fly Guy (video game)
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|Publisher(s)||Trevor van Meter|
|Designer(s)||Trevor van Meter|
|Programmer(s)||2002: Jason Krogh, 2016: Tom Sennett|
|Artist(s)||Trevor van Meter|
In an interview, van Meter said that he created Fly Guy because he felt that people with jobs wanted to escape, so he built a Flash game around that idea.
Time Magazine listed Fly Guy as one of their favorite websites of 2004, calling it "A delightful bit of interactive flash" and "not a bad place to be". The Observer's Very Short List called it "whimsical and deceptively simple".
On 29 July 2016 Fly Guy was re-released on mobile platforms, and is now available for iOS and Android. The game was rebuilt in GameMaker by Tom Sennett.
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