1 more try I tell myself as I restart 10 more times Collecting doves has never been so much fun. The original nitrome jam game was good, endless doves was great, but this version comes out on top. The scenery art is amazing, the music fits it oh so well, and the controls are spot on as I remember them. There is a lot of gameplay time here if you mean to obtain all of the little birdies. But to end my review; If you don't mind failing more than you'd like to admit, if you enjoy gameboy era games, and love to sleep, this is the game for you my friend.
Amazing graphic style! Totally fallen in love with the 20's style art they use, along with the game boy colour scheme... I would say it's a little overpriced considering how few levels there are. Nevertheless, it's a simple, but superb game and I'm so excited to see more games like this from Nitrome :)
Clever game, true to the Nitrome gaming style Once you use the controls long enough they become incredibly intuitive after at first seemingly impossible. Fun learning curve and perfect increasing difficulty levels, just what I would expect in a Nitrome game.
Cute and nostalgic As someone who was a big fan of Game and Watch, I fell in love with this game's retro soundtrack and gorgeous art style. The game is hard as hell but you'll have a great time with it.
Boring I played this game and collected all 242 doves, but there was no secret ending nor a bonus level. Not even an explanation as to why this guy is flying through a dream world created by doves harnessing power from another man to power a gameboy. Whoever came up with the plot had some real shoddy writing skills and the lore sucks. Make a game that's more than just a flash project.
Pretty good... The game was pretty fun. Difficulty was okay, but a little frustrating at times. I would have given this 5 stars if it had been a little longer... Its only 30 levels. I beat it in under 30 minutes.
- Various bug fixes