Apr 13, 2010
The courses range in difficulty with the basic ones just having a few cubes scattered about all the way to the advanced ones having moving platforms. The graphics are nice and smooth, but the audio is pretty basic. Control of your airplane consists of tilting your phone back and forth and works very well. Three difficulty levels are available and while there's not much in the way of help it appears the chosen difficulty level affects the number of boosts you start with and your starting level. If this game had more to it and perhaps an audio track it could easily be a 5/5 star game and certainly worth a buck or more. As is it's a free 4/5 game that beats many $1 games and is certainly worth a look. My hope is that it's fleshed out into something more substantial even dropping the paper airplane concept into something more of a Pilot Wings as the engine seems to already be here.
by Alster at 9:44 PM