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iHawky - cyan soft

iHawky iPhone App Review.

Starting from the all-acclaimed flash game Copter, the development team over at Cyan Soft came up with a great remake with its own creative touch. The game features cartoonish-style graphics, making iHawky a true eye-candy.

In iHawky you play a young hawky guiding him on his dangerous flight over the mountain peaks and keeping under the clouds. There's not much news in the controls. Simply tap and hold to keep the hawky flapping its wings and flying, and release to let it float downwards. One addition to note when comparing iHawky to Copter is the power bar at the bottom of the screen. Continuously flapping its wings to keep the young hawky flying high into the air will make it grow tired and you'll eventually have to come down.

With rapid clouds coming at you and mountain peaks appearing when you least expect them, changing wind speeds will make the game even more interesting. iHawky is very well balanced in this respect. You'll have to work hard to get a high score to register and be proud of. iHawky will get you really feeling the game play, with realistic movements and motions. Varying speeds to the clouds combined with unexpected mountain peaks appearing underneath them will make the young hawky am easy flying target, and it's up to you to stir it in the clear for as long as you can.

iHawky is easily addictive and pretty soon you'll find yourself playing the game for hours and not even know it. The game is available in the App Store for the small price of $0.99, which is a steal to pay for what the developers named "the ultimate time killing adventure."



Developer: Cyan Soft
Category: Games
Released: August 12th, 2009
Price: $0.99
Our Rating

3 / 5

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