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Firefly Online Game for Smartphones and Tablets

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Firefly Online (FFO) is a multi-user, social online role-playing game that will initially be available for smartphones and tablets, including those based on iOS and Android operating systems.

The Trailer doesn't show much of anything except for the title of the game. I liked Firefly and the movie Serenity.. I'm not certain I'll care for a smartphone game though. I doubt it will ever get as popular as Angry Birds, but it could still be fun if its done right.

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Announced today at Comic-Con: All of the original Firefly stars will reprise their characters for the online game! And Alan Tudyk is playing multiple roles. Also showing up will be Michael Fairman as the crime lord Niska, who is apparently hiring.

 

I hope this game isn't destroyed with endless microtransactions and adds. I've stopped playing all smartphone games now because of the endless hassle of annoying crap that wants my money. I'd rather pay $4.99 for the game outright and enjoy it.


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I did not notice this before.. but this game will be for PC, Mac and Android. I'd rather play this on PC than on my phone. It definitely looks like a smartphone / tablet game, but I wouldn't mind playing it on my laptop.


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