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Be the Last Man Standing in Last Bird Standing
The craze over birds in the mobile gaming world just won’t go away. Every time we feel that we have gotten over Angry Birds or the ever so infuriating Flappy Birds, we seem to stumble into the madness that involves feathered creatures once again. This is where XDA Forum Member firstname.lastname@example.org comes in, with his latest creation, Last Bird Standing.
Last Bird Standing is a game that is based on the retro Atari game Joust. The objective of the game is quite simple. As its name states, the point is to survive all the other birds that are trying to get rid of you in every level. You eliminate your opponents by jumping on them à la Mario. And much in the same fashion as with the beloved Italian plumber, you lose a life if they touch you in any other way. The tricky part is to be able to control the bird well enough to land on top of the other birds. The first few levels are relatively easy, but the bird types get tougher and gain other abilities as you progress in the game.
The game features end-of-level bonuses, clean and smooth cartoon-esque graphics, and yes, Flappy Birds sounds as well–just in case you were missing that game a bit. The game is ad-supported, and the dev is continuously working on making the game better with each release. As you may have imagined, though, feedback is something that could potentially make this game grow quite popular–the bird element is already present and we all know how successful that has been for other game developers.
So, what are you waiting for? Go test your skills, be the bravest bird, and leave some feedback. You can find more information in the game thread.
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