The Daily Click ::. Downloads ::. Puzzle ::. FIG

Author: Hempuli Submitted: 31st July, 2008 Favourites:9
Genre: Puzzle Downloads: 1228
46th Place     (4.58 / 5)
Game of the Week Winner The Daily Click HIGHLY Recommended

Edited By Rikus on 12/09/2016

Edited By Hempuli on 8/8/2008

Edited By Hempuli on 8/3/2008

FIG is a game about a brainless, green-clothed Guy who seeks to return to his home. In order to do this, he must collect all the stars from 35 different-looking islands. The Guy would be totally helpless if he tried to collect the stars alone (he doesn't have a brain, right?) but luckily he has a helper: you! You must guide him through all the masses of traps that can be found all over the islands in order to complete the game and be happy! There's also some nasty bonus' awaiting you!

The game comes with a tutorial, RECOMMEND you to check it out. the readme also holds a FAQ in it, that may explain some things you don't understand.

FIG is also totally playable with just mouse, and it even features a fullscreen mode!

There's a huge, enormous credit page in the game, but I'll say here some thanks and bigger stuff:

Game musics made by Johan Hargne
Ending music made by Nawby/Noby
Some of the sounds + much more by Nifflas
Many sounds are taken from the freesound project. I can tell you, it's awesome! Go there!

Anyway, I hope you enjoy the game! Go on! Download
EDIT: Changed the link to SilverNova

BONUS: Get the soundtrack from

Review This Download (36.44 mmb )

This download contains more than 50 comments, so only the latest 50 have been shown, click here to view all comments (167)
Posted by Hempuli 5th August, 2008

Thank you
Zezard reported some more bugs, I'll fix those soon.
Posted by Pixelthief 5th August, 2008
Rated :

I figured it out, but it was completely utterly non-obvious. Perhaps that obstactle should have been made of something that looked a little more destructible, as a hint? Because generally that wouldn't be what happens if you did that....
Posted by Cazra 5th August, 2008
Rated :

lol, I actually tried to hit the droid with the missile.

I hit it, but it didn't work.

Another bug:
-The missile goes right through the right box.
Comment edited by Snerlin - Im a wizard! on 8/5/2008
Posted by Cazra 5th August, 2008
Rated :

I found it. I really didn't expect it to work when I thought of how to get it, but it did.
Comment edited by Snerlin - Im a wizard! on 8/5/2008
Posted by X_Sheep 5th August, 2008
Rated :

"-It's possible to grab both boxes at once if you're careful.
-the boxes can be moved under the floor."

Shhh >__>
Posted by Cazra 5th August, 2008
Rated :

Oh sorry. There's a trick you can do with the right box though to make it especially easy to pass.
Posted by Pixelthief 5th August, 2008
Rated :

I didn't expect it to work either. It would make a lot more sense if it was like, a cracked brick wall that made you turn around and fall off, instead of those...
Posted by Dustin Gunn 6th August, 2008

The game is simple but the aesthetic really sells it. Reminds me of Yoshi's Island with some Mario Galaxy for the map screens.

The levels where you have to click things as fast as possible like the one where you ring the bell with a cannon or the one where you have to click off all the lightbulbs in 1 second to get the blue star kinda suck though.
Comment edited by Dustin Gunn on 8/6/2008
Posted by Dustin Gunn 6th August, 2008

yeah I got it, thanks
Posted by Fragasnap 6th August, 2008
Rated :

The game looks great, the game sounds great, the game's creative and imaginitive, but the trial and error based gameplay is rather tedious.
I had more fun looking for the blue stars than I did trying to get to the end of the level.
Posted by Codemonkey 7th August, 2008
Rated :

Puzzle games aren't usually for the narrow minded...
Posted by alastair john jack 7th August, 2008
Rated :

I like opinions. I don't like yours.
Posted by Fragasnap 7th August, 2008
Rated :

I just don't like practically being forced to die because nothing is set in stone.

On level 4 you won't know the timing of the lifts and will definitely fall to your doom.
In level 6 you begin exploring for what you can click on only to find you need to click cetain objects in a sequence.

On level 18 he'll fall into the water before you realize what you need to do.
Level 23 will most certainly knock you into the stratosphere at least once. There's no real hint as to what will happen when you click on the spores.

How many of you didn't get killed by that crow on level 24?
Level 28 utilizes a physics function that was never utilized before and is never again.

The last level took me a while to figure out because, previously, you never directly interact with the character (the closest you get to it is moving a platform he's standing on), now I suddenly have to.
Then you die right away as another obstacle comes flying at you when there was no hint of it being there moments ago.

It's trial and error, there's little puzzling about it.
Even Hempuli states in the help screen: "Hold [the] right mouse button to speed up the flight of the character; [it] might be boring to watch him fall down and fly away slowly, slowly, again and again..."

Sorry if this spoils events in the game or more embarrassingly: -Codemonkey-'s comment wasn't aimed at me.
I'm merely speaking my opinion. You may love this game to bits. I only ask that I'm not called narrow minded just because I'm not fond of dying.
I will erase this comment at request.

Comment edited by Fragasnap on 8/7/2008
Posted by Mr_Tom 7th August, 2008
Rated :

i agree. i prefer puzzle games where it IS possible to figure it out without dying. It should still be hard but be actually possible.
Posted by Codemonkey 7th August, 2008
Rated :

It wasn't amied at you Fragasnap, it was this guy up here. At least you took the time to explain WHY unlike this guy.
Posted by Zezard 7th August, 2008
Rated :

I do agree that games were you will die if you have not already played a certain scene of the game can be frustrating, however, this game is built on the very concept of dying and trying.

As it is easy to die, it also takes a minimum time to try again, and (even though it might have seemed more logical to put it in the reversed order) the player is given time after the guy has died to investigate the level and find out what to do.

If you don't like the fact that the guy can die so easily, then you dislike the concept of the game. It's like, though not really, giving an platformer low points because you don't like the concept of platformers.

Rather than basing your grades on how much you liked the game, you should try to see what it is in it that you don't like, and explain to the developer what it is, and preferably also what you want him to do about it.

I know going off topic in a comment session like this isn't going to learn all clickers how to critizise a software properly (which isn't easy), but it might at least help someone.

Also remember that you do not compare the software found here to professional stuff, but to some abstract idealized form of the specific product (taking the way it was made into consideration).
Comment edited by Zezard on 8/7/2008
Posted by Dr. James MD 7th August, 2008
Rated :

I don't like the trial and error gameplay, but hey Phoenix Wright sells by the bucket load so everyone else does.

I'm not entirely keen on the art style either, the grassy and rock bits look good but I'm not keen on the character design. It's like they're too obstructively random.

I'll hold off on the rating until I beat it.
Posted by Hempuli 7th August, 2008

Well, if people like a game and someone doesn't like, people often want an explanation WHY this someone doesn't like the game.

Awesome - looks like Im' going to get a review from someone that hates the game :/
Posted by Codemonkey 7th August, 2008
Rated :

Definately Matt Gayles.
Posted by Hempuli 8th August, 2008

"and why you keep antagonzing me. "

I guess it's just because they enjoyed the game.
Posted by Carnivorous id 8th August, 2008
Rated :

Great game!!! I enjoyed it and I usually don't play puzzle games.
Comment edited by Carnivorous id on 8/8/2008
Posted by Hempuli 8th August, 2008

ROAR! The soundtrack is here!
get it from
Posted by Lance K. 8th August, 2008
Rated :

I like it alot, great gameplay!
Posted by Dustin Gunn 8th August, 2008

I liked the game but it's frustrating enough that I felt it was a negative experience overall.

I quit on level 30 because trial and error gameplay mixed with a minute of cutting out squares for every attempt doesn't mix.
Posted by Marko 11th August, 2008
Rated :

Very swish game! I have played this to death and defo worth a download - 300 people can't be wrong! Plenty of levels, acres of time spent on the levels and buckets of talent poured into this game. I'm not a huge puzzle fan, but this game deserves a look-in from everyone. Good stuff!
Posted by Codemonkey 11th August, 2008
Rated :

Amazing! 300 downloads, when's the last time a game reach that?
Posted by Tim 11th August, 2008
Rated :

1829 I do believe.


It's got over 6000 downloads in total, though, from other websites linking to the file.
Comment edited by Tim on 8/11/2008
Posted by Codemonkey 11th August, 2008
Rated :

Wow, that must feel good, every night thinking how many people played your game that day lol.
Posted by Dr. James MD 13th August, 2008
Rated :

"Amazing! 300 downloads, when's the last time a game reach that?"

300 is quite small for such a game. TDC's only a little place compared to what will happen as it hits bigger sites.
Posted by alastair john jack 14th August, 2008
Rated :

Eternal Daughter has done quite well on this site, then again ED hasn't been around for that long.
Posted by Codemonkey 14th August, 2008
Rated :

What other sites did he put it on?
Posted by Hempuli 14th August, 2008

This, Indiegames Blog, my own site, Nifflas' Support forum and Silvernova.
Posted by Tim 14th August, 2008
Rated :

I submitted the game to the TIGS database too but they didn't accept it o_O yet games with the worst swear word ever, do get accepted.. what is up with that?

We should all complain to

A vast majority also came from here -
Posted by Ski 15th August, 2008
Rated :

To be honest, It got onto, which is where TIGS steal all their news from anyway =D
Comment edited by -Adam- on 8/15/2008
Posted by Hempuli 17th August, 2008

To be honest, I wrote that IndieGames review by myself.
Anyway, the game was at too
Posted by alastair john jack 19th August, 2008
Rated :

People must be biased these days.
Posted by BeefCake! 20th August, 2008
Rated :

Great game! Wish it was alittle more about puzzle rather than quick point and click reaction times! STill one of the best ever click games i've played!!!!
Posted by Xio 21st August, 2008

i need password?so i need to sign up?
Posted by quefuk 10th September, 2008
Rated :

just lovely
Posted by Va1entine 26th September, 2008
Rated :

This is just amazing! 5 star all the way!
Posted by The Chris Street 1st October, 2008
Rated :

This is on the PC Gamer UK Cover DVD - November 2008. Well done!
Posted by alastair john jack 1st October, 2008
Rated :

This made it into PC GAMER!
Posted by Hempuli 1st October, 2008

Posted by steve 2nd October, 2008
Rated :

Very nice!!
Never played anything quite like it - except for maybe "lemmings".

Great game!
Posted by Lachie Dazdarian 8th October, 2008
Rated :

Wow, this was such a joy to play. A game design masterpiece. Love every aspect of it.

Still didn't found all the blue stars, but working on it.

I can only complain that some levels require too much fast mouse movement. Not really in the spirit of puzzle games.

But overall, a game to remember, keep and return to.

In my all time favorites for sure.
Posted by -Adam McMillan- 12th October, 2008
Rated :

brilliant! *applause*

it even beats lemmings

great job hempuli
Posted by Hill Gigas 16th November, 2008
Rated :

Excellent game.
Posted by Jon C-B 8th June, 2009
Rated :

This game is simply marvelous!
Posted by james close 21st October, 2009
Rated :

Great game - any walkthrough??
Posted by Mark McCauley 21st June, 2010

played the newer demo of this loved it so wanted to check out the original but wheres he link>>??







Worth A Click