Wings of Cardboard is a dynamic Android arcade, in which the user is assigned a mission to control the cock, whose dream of a lifetime is flights, but he still has to learn to fly. Immediately after the protagonist hatched into the light of God from the egg, he was overcome by the passionate thought of learning to fly long distances. Numerous companions of the character are already tired of explaining to him that he simply can not fly - all to no avail, unless you can disbelieve in the dream of a stubborn bird. So, if you can not learn how to fly naturally, then you need to invent some kind of adaptation for this - that's what the main character decided, and he immediately set to work. The plot twists and turns are presented to the user after launching the application in the form of a colorful cartoon, in a two-dimensional format. However, the gameplay itself is implemented in high-grade 3D, rather high, by the way, quality. During the flight, our protagonist will travel through the bright and filled with surrounding objects to the world - structures, trees, mountain peaks and so on. Oh yeah, forgot to say that the cock is flying with the help of two boards, attached to the wings - probably, so the developers decided to make a joke. Managing the protagonist is done using the accelerometer of the mobile Android device, but due to the fact that there is no setting of the sensitivity of slopes, the hero reacts to them often with some delay, which is pretty annoying and annoying. In order to force the rooster to rise to a different height, one should use the screen button, snugly located on the left side of the display - each tap allows the hero to rise above the ground a few meters above, if you do not, the bird simply collapses down.
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