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Remember well when this game was featured in a Apple Keynote way back in the first years of the App Store starting to thrive with games. The art style really atracted me, and gameplay, promising. Got an iPhone a couple years later and saw why many websites were amazed with the game. The gameplay is very arcade style in you can keep going by skill and rack up points, but unlike many arcade games, its a very relaxing game. The art style has such a happy, feel good, type of setting that gors well with the music and playful physics of jump-sliding through hills. Each hill area also feels like it was random generated, and keeps a feel of variety. Definitely a great example of simple phone controls with depth in gameplay, plus replay value. The race addition mode of playing the chicks to be the first to mama bird is also genius in reusing some assets with new ones, without feeling cheap. I am glad this is still in the app store and will be superior to any other flappy bird ever. Download this instead.
My mom got this for my first-generation iPod was I was seven years old, and I LOVED this game. I got to island ten once or twice when I was eight, and it’s been quite a while since I’ve been able to match that. Now I’m back to occasionally hitting islands eight and nine, but I haven’t gotten back to ten yet! I still remember how all the islands (up to eight) are laid out, so it’s even easier for me to play this. When I was seven, I got through the level in which you had to pass through island four in fever mode; it’s not really that hard (you just have to know how the land is laid out). I remember the racing mode, but I’ve never really cared all that much about it. Now I’m fourteen, and I still love to play this on my phone. The game is not glitchy at all, and it never has been. It’s such a beautifully simple game. The colors are amazing, the gameplay is awesome and the nostalgia is MAJOR. Now that I’m a sophomore, looking back at my second-grade self playing this game, I get odd sensations (especially if I’m playing 2008 Taylor Swift or Cyndi Lauper in the background 😂). It really makes me feel warm and safe. As I’ve already said, I’ve loved this game since I was a little girl, and it’s still as great as ever. It’s a classic! Thank you for so much fun over the years! (Ignore your negative reviews, because they’re mostly misspelled. Those people don’t know what they’re talking about 🙄😏😆)
I’m now 13 years old, but when I was around 7-8 my mother downloaded this game for me. Of course I didn’t really get it, and just though the bright colors were cool. We ended up deleting it, simply because of my short attention span as a little kid. I recently downloaded it again, and was surprised at how smooth the gameplay was. One tap controls make the game nice and simple, while rolling hills make you feel warm and fuzzy, almost. I highly recommend this game! Also... I’ve read a lot of reviews about the objective ‘reach island 4 in fever mode’ being too hard. I finished it in one try. The objective is to simply be in fever mode (starts with a perfect slide) while transferring to island 4. Not being in fever mode nonstop on islands 1-4. Additionally: these aren’t fake reviews, like people are saying! SOME people just don’t understand the simple beauty of the game!
I love this game. I think it is brilliant. It is both very engaging for the mind, but also relaxing. It requires soft focus to play well. The music is soothing without being annoying. I find the way that the colors of the islands change over time, like seasons almost, to be mildly enchanting (for a cartoon). The sounds that the little bird makes are so precious. It makes me want him to do good, so that he can feel so cheerful! Seriously though, I play this game in times of my life when I feel overwhelmed and just want to space out in a peaceful way. Like when you are waiting to hear back about your job interview, home loan application, surgery results, never ending existential doom, etc. Warning: it is addictive and gets harder and harder. I've been playing for 8 years, it transfers from phone to phone
Tiny wings is an addicting and fun game you get to fly and race and travel to all different islands. But when it comes to the races it’s not always fun because your running against COMPUTERS. The odds are not in your favor. There is no luck it’s you racing against computers. So yes I love this game I’m addicted to it because it’s so fun and you want to win the race so you go over and over again, but eventually it gets so frustrating because you just can’t win and if you don’t get a fish you can’t move on to the next island, and if you can’t do that you can’t keep moving on with the game. So please unless you want to get frustrated ALOT don’t get this game. I’m sorry tiny wings but it’s just to much. Tiny wings creator if your seeing this improve your game by making the people be able to move on even if they don’t get a fish do something to make them be able to move on. Thank you in advance, love your game but it gets frustrating.
Developed by the Andreas Illiger,
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Tiny Wings has 3 471 user reviews.
Tiny Wings has an average rating of 4.7.
The latest version of Tiny Wings (2.3) was released on Dec 09, 2017.
You can download Tiny Wings here:.
You have always dreamed of flying - but your wings are tiny. Luckily the world is full of beautiful hills. Use the hills as jumps - slide down, flap your wings
and fly! At least for a moment - until this annoying gravity brings you back down to earth. But the next hill is waiting for you already. Watch out for the night and fly as fast as you can. Otherwise flying will only be a dream once again.
Tiny Wings was chosen as the iPhone Game of the Year in App Store Rewind 2011 in Europe and many other countries. Thank you Apple and a big thank you to all Tiny Wings fans!
• simple "one button" (ok... maybe "one tap") arcade game about the dream of flying
• the world is changing every day - so it does in this game! Procedural generated graphics will make "tiny wings" look different every day you play
• Two game modes: "Day Trip" and "Flight School"
• iPad only: Split screen multiplayer!
• upgrade your nest by fulfilling tasks
• Play as the mama bird or one of her four children
• 25 hand-designed levels in the new "Flight School" mode
• iCloud support (even syncs your game between the iPhone & iPad versions)
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