Bird Attack (Arcade)
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★★★ TOP RANKED IN 49 COUNTRIES ★★★
'I Feel Like I Am Doing A Puffle Safari!'
'Love The Graphics, similar to Manuganu!'
'Awesome To Fly Around Rayman Dinosaurs!'
'Addictive like Arcane Legends, I'd Say!'
You're being taken back in time and find yourself in an adventure of flying on a monster prehistoric bird in a Jurassic Park setting! And you're being attacked by even scarier ones! If you like games with a cool legend theme and amazing graphics like Benji Bananas, then BIRD ATTACK is totally for you. The objective of the game is to avoid the monster birds from spartan wars that fly towards you (or kill them by shooting), and collect coins (similar to bitcoins and gems) on your way to the tiny village paradise. But it's not that easy! Because the dino rex Manuganu birds are getting bigger and nastier, and are hunting you down like crazy monsters. Luckily only you have a modern smasher weapon that they never saw before. Shoot or hunt them down before they destroy you!
Great flow free game play with lots of invasion action and battles that originated from Ice Age! Don't let any of the other puffle launch birds or reign carnivores (no wing suit attached) get you, because that means game's over! Perfect game to kill some boring time (and zombie clans). And it's still totally FREE. Time to get to Pegland cove now. Highly entertaining for kids, boys and girls!
Bird Attack is totally challenging and keeps you entertained for hours to come! You will enjoy the great graphics and motion this game offers. Download now while it's FREE. Because that can be over anytime soon. It's like Throwing Knife, so JOIN THE BIRD ATTACK COMMUNITY TODAY!
★★★ ADDICTIVE GAME FEATURES ★★★
- Control you monster bird and shoot down others
- Take unlimited shots to take 'm down
- Endless spartan wars playing fun
- FREE version supported by ads
- Super cool graphics and motion
- Addicting game concept
- Unlimited attempt to beat your personal record
- Funny sound effects
- Turn on/off music and sound effects
Tags: norberto morfa