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Aim carefully and throw your arrow through the world then control it to dodge obstacles and reach the most distant target !<br><br>How far can you go ?
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I've picked this up about two months now, and I am still playing it. Why? It's not because of the 3D Modeling of the game. It's not because of the ads that play after approximately 100 accumulative units. What is it then? It's the payment one gets after spending a minute minimum offline. This devious feature has not had me delete the app, but instead made me reach level 322 on offline returns alone while having the power level of the bow to be at a meager 155. It's neat seeing the four different stage segments, but repeating segments gets quite old. If you are a tycoon gamer in any fashion and you happen to read this in keen interest to download the game, I beg you; do not do it! You will find yourself feeling like you'd lose your accomplishments by deleting the app and keep you stuck in an never-ending cycle.
I personally feel this would be a good app if it didn’t shove ads down your throat without consent. It will often give you the option to double your coins by watching an ad or just take the coins as is, but it will still jam an ad down your throat. This app seems like a quick way to jam as much ads in before you delete the app, and that is not the way to go. When there are so many ads it often detracts from the actual gameplay and seems more like a complete sellout rather than actual content. Take Idle Miner, for example. Idle Miner is a great app because it will NEVER show you an ad unless you agree to watch one. It has been on my phone due to that. I delete any apps that love to rub ads in your face rather than think about the person playing the game. I feel like this app, and many others of this creators line-up need to ease up on the forced ads, and try a more consented approach. Doing this could also help the app as more ads will be watched over time due to the longer people will own the app.
Honestly the game’s fun but one of its main problems is it’s lack of sound. Also, although I do enjoy the no cap on how much coins you can have at a time as well, but the system for telling you much much you earn offline is also vague and unrewarding. They should also provide more upgrade options like:maneuverability or maybe an upgrade that allows you to increase your coins per 1 distance. They could also allow a physics aspect allowing your arrow to dive and possibly move upwards with the momentum as well. They could also possibly put in more than one map option, as not only do the maps repeat themselves the farther you shoot, but also they could add certain themes that could be unlocked by after a few levels (arrow skins every even level; map themes every odd level) In summary: Sound (music, bow and arrow sound, etc.) More upgrades (besides strength and offline earning) More maps (different variations and themes)
This does provide for a good amount of simple entertainment for the first week or so of having it... but then it stops being fun. The issue is you have no vertical control of your arrow, and you’re always forced to do full power shots or else you’ll never reach your additional arrow circles placed in the course. As a result, a single turn takes longer and longer to complete, and by the time you’re to the point of a single shot taking 5 minutes to finish, you’re bored and it’s not worth playing. So the question now becomes, is voodoo a company looking to simply make short term profits by way of simple phone games, or are they a true game designer concerned with the product they’re producing and the enjoyment of their players, which will thereby produce profits? I guess we’ll find out.
When did this become a expectable way to develop an app? There is far more ad content than game. This is just sad. The game seems like it would make for a decent toilet game if you had the chance to play. Sadly there isn’t enough content to justify the purchase of ad removal. Note to developers: If any developer reads this then please know that this is not the way to make a game. People will enjoy your game more and respect you as a company if you focus on the person. I understand that you need to make money. So charge for a well developed app instead of leaching off ads. And this isn’t from some upset kid. My first phone was a briefcase size phone unit that was hard wired into my car. I have seen the development of phones and their content. Do yourself a solid and decide now what you want for your company and name. As for the consumer, this is not what we want to consume.
Developed by Voodoo.
Flying Arrow! is ranking in Games & Casual & Sports
Last update was at Dec 05, 2019and the current version is 4.4.0.
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Flying Arrow! have a 88 539a user reviews.
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