Monday, October 27, 2014
From the makers of Angry Birds comes a new FREE addictive app: RETRY!
Rovio, the maker of the Angry Bird's apps have done it again. Each time I try to write this article about their newest app, Retry, I keep getting sucked back into playing. This addictive game is similar to Flappy Bird, but with obstacles, challenges and the ability to track and earn achievements. Tap the little airplane and try to make it through the level. If you hold for too long, the plane will do flips and go crazy. Kids and adults will all be competing to try to finish each of the levels without crashing. The best part of this addictive game? It's FREE!
Available on Google Play:
From Google Play:
From the guys sitting in the room next to the guys who made Angry Birds, comes RETRY – a game so hard, so addictive, so old skool that you’ll think you’ve stepped into an 8-bit time machine and gone back to 1986. Totally rad!
You’re in the cockpit of a smoking, loop-the-looping, out of control, 8-bit jalopy of an airplane. Grab hold of the yoke, ace. It’s going to take raw skill and white-knuckle stunts to get through this one. Enter the danger zone!
Fly through treacherous obstacles, and earn stars to unlock new worlds. Whether it’s the verdant sloping hills of Summer or the time-bending passages of the Future, these levels are out to do one thing: stop you. Sorry, chief.
But don’t cry, you can always RETRY.
IMPORTANT: Android devices using x86 architecture are currently not supported by Unity, RETRY’s game engine. Unfortunately, RETRY will not run on these devices at this time.
FLY. CRASH. REPEAT. No one said this would be easy.
SPIN FOR THE WIN! Loop, stall, dive – master the moves, or eternally retry.
COLLECT COINS! It’s the 80s – what did you expect? Don’t say Bitcoins...
DAILY CHALLENGES! Unlock these intense levels and humiliate your Facebook friends.
RETRO 8-BIT GRAPHICS! Next gen? How ‘bout first gen.
SLICK SYNTHESIZER SOUNDTRACK! Crank it up and hit the skies.
RETRY is completely free to play, but there are optional in-app purchases available.
Rachel H is wondering if she could squeeze in a quick nap before picking up the kids from school