Tiny Wings Bounce Lets Your Windows Mobile Device Take Flight
Although many of the site’s games developers have now turned to Android when planning their latest releases, there are still some going strong on the Windows Mobile front.
One such developer, XDA member zarpy, has recently released a brand new game for the platform – Tiny Wings Bounce. The addictive adventure sees you in control of a bird who’s too fat to fly properly, and instead relies on its ability to bounce in order to get around.
Tiny Wings Bounce was developed for Windows Mobile devices with a WVGA resolution screen. It features background music and sound effects, along with the option to save your high score so that you always have a challenge.
You can pick the game up for yourself by downloading the .cab from the game thread.
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