"Some birds are not meant to be caged. Their feathers are too bright." said Red from The Shawshank Redemption.
He was so right. How many times have I wondered what it would be like to feel the wind beneath my wings and the sun on my face as I flew across the sky without a care in the world. Admittedly, I think this a lot when stuck on the tube or in a traffic jam on the M25. But fear not because now with Bird Game + on Xbox One I can feel all of that and much more.
Some games push the most realistic of visuals, whilst others blast colours from every corner, but that doesn't mean there isn't a place in the world for a simple black and white graphical affair. The launch of Bird Game + on Xbox One is attempting to prove just that.
To hold its head up with the others, The King's Bird is a platformer that brings a heady mix of high octane gaming and a level of difficulty that can be very challenging. But does it keep you wanting to go back for more?
Prepare to take to the skies for the award-winning, momentum-driven, precision-platformer The King’s Bird on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch. Will you be joining us for a flight in this gorgeous, yet mysterious, world?
Having made a successful launch on Steam last year, the teams at Serenity Forge and Graffiti games have today announced that their gorgeous 2D platformer The King’s Bird will be making the jump over to consoles - Xbox One, PS4 and Nintendo Switch - this February!
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Is it Superman? No, it’s Pancake the flying cupcake!
The flying cupcake is the star of the show in Green Lava Studios’ latest offering Birdcakes, in which Pancake and his girlfriend Cherry – also a cupcake – are enjoying a lovely picnic, until disaster strikes. A treacherous fly comes out of nowhere, before licking Cherry and leaving her traumatised as a result. Distraught about this disgusting act and swiftly armed to kill flies on sight, Pancake goes on a rampage to protect his girlfriend from any further unauthorised attacks. They’ll be dropping like, well, themselves.
Birdcakes is not your ordinary 2D shooter. It’ll see you become one with a cupcake as you fly through the air, blasting a whole load of nasty little flies, all in the name of love. Are you interested now?
The original Golf Club made a mark back in 2014 as one of the best golfing titles available to the masses. With EA going through a bit of a rough patch, sitting a million miles from their stick swinging glory years, HB Studios’ procedurally generated course editor was the star of the show.
But now we are here in 2017 and The Golf Club is back, with the wonderfully named The Golf Club 2