Spring has sprung for most of the country by now, but if it hasn’t in your neck of the woods just remember to keep an eye out for the signs. Flowers blooming, trees budding – and the one sure fire way to tell if spring has arrived – the chirping of birds.
If you’re looking for a great way to get into the spring spirit, Gamezebo has you covered. Big birds, little birds, walking birds, tasty birds – we’ve picked the 8 best iPhone games in the aviary!
Angry Birds – If you were a bird you’d be angry too – especially if some dastardly pigs made off with your eggs! The physics-based puzzler has you catapulting a variety of different birds in an attempt to destroy the pigs and reclaim your young. (Review)
Bird Strike – Gerald the Bird likes to go up, but he needs your help! Fans of Doodle Jump will feel right at home in this tale of a bird who hops a ride on a rocket, avoiding obstacles in an effort to climb as high as he can.
Flaboo – Hop from cloud to cloud gathering power-ups as you race against the clock to beat your own high score. You’ll need a good sense of rhythm and a keen eye if you want to collect the items you’ll need to keep climbing.
Toki Tori – Rescue your feathered friends in this challenging puzzle adventure that spans 80 levels. Build bridges, avoid bad guys, and teleport to impossible locations in this critically acclaimed title. Puzzle platformers don’t get much better than this. (Review)
Fox vs Duck – Sometimes foxes get hungry. And ducks? Ducks taste good. Tilt your iPhone to lead the ducks to safety while avoiding the hungry fox.
Garfield Bird Crazy – Hate Mondays? Love lasagne? You’re in good company. Everyone’s favourite cat is on the iPhone and he’s doing what cats do best: catching birds. Send Garfield skywards and tilt your iPhone to help him get as many birds as he can.
Rocket Bird – Tilt your iPhone left and right to guide a bird with a rocket strapped to its back around lakes, forests and farms. You’ll need to avoid obstacles like fences and trees if you want to survive!
MUST.EAT.BIRDS. – Birds are a great sign of spring, but they also make a tasty dinner. Protect a picnic with a catapult and a monster in a game that describes itself as “the world’s first ever picnic defense simulator.” (Review)