Game – Chicks’n’Vixens for Windows Phone 7
Can’t wait for Angry Birds to come out on Windows Phone 7? Here’s your chance to have a similar gaming experience on your new device. XDA member jabberworx told us that Chicks’n’Vixens is ready to download from the market as a free beta. The game falls pretty much in line with what millions are familiar with from Angry Birds: you fire one animal (in this case chickens) into other animals (foxes) and attempt to use each bird’s “special powers” to knock down a tower structure and progress through levels.
Originally posted by jabberworx
[APP] Chicks’n’Vixens, [R] 01/02/11 [V] 0.51
video of 0.5: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wAXHUy1H9II
Updated to Beta 0.51
Game works in all regions (bug in float parsing where ‘.’ was ignored has been resolved)
Added new levels
The foxes now fall to the ground when they die, they roll when they are pushed around
Physics engine has been tightened up and various optimizations made (some levels play slightly differently).
Level 4 made near impossible, if you can beat it you are a master.
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