Players control a simple white line, and if they don’t press anything they will drop to the bottom of the level and explode, so they must tap a button to flap and stay aloft. Pressing left and right also adds momentum in those directions. Players have the ability to do a barrel roll but can’t control their ship while doing. These distinct moves change the white lines color: while flapping, the line turns red; while rolling, it’s green.
Obstacles come in different colors, but players can phase through them if they are the same color. The PS4 version of the game includes 199 levels, alongside a brand new Time Trial mode.
You can look at some screenshots of Flywrench and watch the PS4 launch trailer for it below. Flywrench is also currently available on PC.