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App description: Every day Lucky Birds enjoy their lives, have fun, and only have to worry about not falling down. In the evening, Lucky Birds take shelter in their homes until the next morning when the games start again. During the night all birds have to sleep!
Your goal is to move all the birds into their homes before the night falls. Pull the wire on which the bird sits on, and manage the flight trajectory with soft movements of your finger. Keep your eyes open and try to rich the target on the first try, since the number of the movements that the bird is able to make is limited! On your way make sure to collect all the bonuses and keys that will help you open the locks. You will be rewarded for all collected bonuses with new adventures!
Lucky Birds features:
- Three funny birds: charismatic characters include sparrow, crow and pigeon.
- Some of the birds may behave aggressively and shoo other birds because of bad mood, or they can be rushing home and leave shortly.
- Each bird has its own home.
- Different types of wires: regular, worn-out and hot.
- Keys, locks, teleports, moving obstacles and various bonuses.
- 90 unique levels (later on you may add the new levels for free).
- Realistic object physics and highlighting of the feathered characters flight trajectory.
- GameCenter integration.

befun's comments:

MOSCOW, Russia and LOS ANGELES, California – February 8, 2012 – Articul Media LLC today announced the release of Lucky Birds, a new arcade, action and puzzle game to the Apple App Store. Lucky Birds is currently compatible with the iPhone3, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S with iOS 4.3 or later.

Lucky Birds for iOS features three characters; Sneaky Sparrow, Dull Pigeon and Big Crow, whose goal is to safety get home before night falls. Lucky Birds love to land on telephone wires but must be very careful not to fall to the ground or be caught out after dusk.

Gameplay consists of flying the Lucky Birds to their homes by launching the birds off of the telephone wires. Uses must change the bird’s trajectory to correctly aim and reach the home targets for the feathered characters. Along the way, the birds can collect bonuses, keys, teleport, open doors and much more.

The three types of Lucky Birds differ in weight and personalities, a grumpy bird may refuse to sit next to its friends and birds in a hurry may be set to a timer. As the levels rise in difficulty, there are three different types of wires that the Lucky Birds can land on - regular, worn-out, and hot. Regular wires can be used any number of times, however, the worn-out wires can only be landed on three times or it will break and one should never land on a hot wire or you will get burned.

Lucky Birds is available now for iPhone in the App Store for $.99. iPad and Android versions are currently in development.

For screen shots, video demos, and more information on Lucky Birds, please visit www.luckybirds.com or www.facebook.com/luckybirdsgame.

Contact: Dan Chmielewski
Madison Alexander PR
02-14-2012, 05:58 PM
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