Swat the Fly is my first attempt at a mobile game and is now available to download on the Google Play Store, the Amazon App store and via SlideMe (links below).

Download from Google Play Store Download from Amazon App Store


As this was my first game, I thought it was best to keep things simple and gameplay involves swatting flies by tapping the screen while they're inside the shaded swat zone. If you hate flies, you'll (probably) love it.


As well as the single player mode, there are also 3 different multiplayer modes where up to 9 people can compete against each other on the same device.


Official blurb, gameplay video and screenshots below.


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Typical. You wait ages for one fly swatting game then two of them turn up at once.


Following hot on the heels of Swat the Fly comes the spin off SWATAGEDDON!!! (actually, it's called Fly Frenzy – Swat the Fly, but only because I've only just thought of calling it SWATAGEDDON!!!)


Inspired largely by the success of Flappy Bird, the game is simple, single player only and games are short and easy to restart after dying. Hopefully, it's also at least 1/10th as addictive.


Despite being more basic, I actually think this game is more fun to play than the original Swat the Fly and, despite having written it, sometimes find myself playing it just to try to beat my high score (note to self – really need to get a life).


Like the original Swat the Fly, it's free (ad supported) and only available for Android at the moment (sorry Apple heads) . You can download it here.


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…and so, to absolutely no fanfare whatsoever, my first Android game has hit the Google Play store (or more correctly if you're from the UK, the Google Play Shop) and it's called Swat the Fly (download it immediately here).


As this was my first game, I wanted to start off with something simple and the game certainly is that – you basically just tap the screen when the fly is passing through the shaded target zone.


As well as the single player game – and perhaps more enjoyable in my opinion – there are also 3 multiplayer modes which let you compete against your friends, family (or, if you don't have any friends or family, enemies and strangers) on the same device.


It's out there, it's free (ad supported), so why not indulge in some insect murdering fun?


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