Flying Farting Donkies for Flatulent Flight
Every once in a while an application comes along where the jokes just write themselves. This application is one of them. Flying Farting Donkies is a simple, yet thoroughly enjoyable game. XDA Senior Member adecker introduces the game by saying the following:
Introducing Flying Farting Donkies by Decker-Barringer Technologies; DBT for short.
FFD is a fun and challenging arcade game that is safe for kids and adults to play!
It features OpenFeint to track scores, provide achievements and social networking, built on Unity3D FFD provides fast and fun gameplay!
Collect the beans to gain gas, tap to let it out and fly!
This game is a gas. Literally. Once you download this game and let her rip, you will be ignoring the barking spiders in no time. Once you blow the donkey’s big brown horn you may need a new pair of trousers.
The free version gives users one game level. Luckily the free level is quite repayable, as you try and fly the farting donkey farther each time. However, it would be nice to have another level, or have the beans and pills locations a bit more randomized.
Those interested can find out more in the application thread.
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