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10/03/2012
 


[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Gamasutra and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource GamesPress.]

October 2 nd 2012, Kaliningrad, Russia – HeroCraft releases the iOS version of Birds on a Wire, an adorable action puzzle PC-game developed by DayTerium.

HeroCraft are delighted to announce the launch of Birds on a Wire for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The game represents an ingenious elaboration of the popular “match three” mechanics. In Adventure mode you are to help the cute birds escape from the evil witch's spell as they are walking in a trance down the playfield. Stop your avian friends from entering the mouth of an idol waiting at the end of the cord by shooting them out with the birds of the same colour.

Arcade mode demands you blast row after row of stationary, downward-advancing chittering creatures, trying to prevent them from filling the screen.  Or you can see how long you can last in Action mode. Two endless modes add even more fun to this reflex-intensive take on colour-matching.

Game features:

-          bright attractive graphics

-          5 game modes

-          high replayability

-          many power-ups

-          hilarious birds, funny sounds and music

Click here to view Birds on a Wire on the App Store.

For all press inquiries please contact Paul Bezugly on stelio@herocraft.com.

 

 
   
   
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