Breed, raise and collect over 300 real life butterfly species as you expand and design your beautiful rainforest!
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NATURE GAME PLAY
From pupa to chrysalis, caterpillar to butterfly, these cute creatures need your help to repopulate the forest! Each butterfly is based on real life species with vibrant wing patterns and unique behaviours. Guide them to flutter, fly and play, feed and hatch each caterpillar and meet a host of cool bugs like Bumble Bee along the way! Collect endless varieties of bright coloured flowers to attract new species and store all your collections in your fact-filled “Flutterpedia.”
COLLECT REAL SPECIES
Challenge yourself and your friends to discover and collect the huge range of real world butterfly species.
BEAUTIFUL AMAZON RAINFOREST
Be the florist design master of your very own butterfly forest sanctuary. Expand your forest with beautiful colours, plant special flowers to attract new species and feed your butterflies pollen.
Every month you’ll be challenged to collect a limited set of brand new butterflies.
Listen to the Rainforest in the palm of your hand – Experience the realistic lush nature ambience and find relaxation in a calming world of wonder!
The “splashcam” feature in Runaway’s other game “Splash: Underwater Sanctuary” requires read/write external storage permissions, in order to save in game screenshots taken by players to their devices. Flutter is built with the same underlying platform technology base, therefore Flutter also requires these permissions although they are not currently being used in the game.
– Summer is here! Celebrate the sunny season with a beautiful new set of summer butterflies arriving in your forest!
– A special Blue-breasted Kingfisher is visiting the forest for a limited time!
– Environment theming has been updated for Summer – check out the glorious sun rays blasting out of that summer sun, plus tropical Hibiscus and Gazania flowers.
– Summer Sale pack! Loaded with unseasonably good deals, including the classic Lavender decoration.
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