Flippy Knife is a casual Android project from guys from Beresnev Games, which is a knife throw simulator. The gameplay of this novelty represents an analogue of such "children's" entertainment, which gained popularity in the late 90s of the last century, as "Knives". Older users remember that the favorite game of domestic boys was sticking knives into the ground, with the goal of capturing the territory of the second participant of improvised occupation activity. In our case, no one will not have to grab, but the skill to accurately and skillfully throw knives is in this game in the foreground. Also worth mentioning is that both the gameplay and the mechanics are completely based on realistic physics, and even the cartoon graphic design can not get rid of the feeling of maximum realism of everything happening on the screens of the mobile Android device. To control, of course, the gamer will have to get used to some time, so the first place is the experience gained over the time spent for the game process. In a couple of days you will master the blades so expertly, as if you are a brave spetsnaz, rather than an ordinary gamer. In order to send the knife to the target, you must touch the display and draw a finger with the right trajectory of its flight. At the same time, not only the strength of the throw and the flight distance are directly dependent on the sweeping of the gesture, but also the beginning of the blade's rotation in the air.
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