Escape Bird is an arcade game developed for Android devices by Javier Santos. In this game, you will meet a bird that tries to escape out of room full of spikes.
- The Android version of this game was submitted to the PlayStore on the 15th of August, 2014. Some bug fixes like exiting the game and addition of the night mode was applied since then.
- You will need 3.9 MB of space available to fully download this game and install on your Android device.
- This game requires at least the Android version 2.3. Successive version will provide better graphics and control options.
- This game is free for everyone to install and play.
- It has two environments, night and day.
- New achievements and leaderboards for each new version.
- Playing the escape bird game is too easy. The only control you have is to tap on the screen.
- When the game starts tap on the screen (actually on the bird) to keep it flying.
- There are traps around the room. Keep your bird away from those spiky traps to earn points. You simply need to tap on the screen to choose where the bird should go.
- Collect awards as time goes on and the levels become more difficult.
- Keep an eye on the leaderboard to see your scores.
- The night mode adds up a wonderful experience to the game play.
- The color combination of the graphics is so beautiful and perfect that people would be attracted by this.
- Simple environment and sound, quite suitable for the concept of the game.
- Simple controls as expected for a light arcade game.
- No major variations in the two available modes.
- Limited scope of the game play. The bird could go to different places for added variation.
Overall, Escape Bird! is a smooth and light arcade game which resembles some other bird games developed earlier like the Flappy Bird. This game has unique graphics and idea though. You will be addicted as you keep on playing and scoring this simple and easy to handle game.
Download links: Apple iTunes, Google Play
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