Just Sudden Death mode, no other game types got a look in. Just kick after kick after kick. It should get old a lot faster than it does. Didn’t beat my own high score, so the frustration was there, but it didn’t get dull.
Fly, my pretty, fly!
Anyway, much as I’d love to write a long, worthwhile entry about the game, it’s just kicking a ball over some goal posts again and again, so there’s not a whole lot to say. I can tell you that it’s an excellent game, but I’m not getting any insights into the nature of gaming or the meaning of life from it.
IT WON’T LET GO! HELP! Brilliant, evil game. Whenever I start it up I seem to lose hue amounts of time in the blink of an eye. And now it’s even got a new game mode where you have to hit targets. Bye, bye life.
In a recent article Touch Arcade talked about three games about kicking stationary balls into the back of nets. They were 59p each, so I bought them all. (Not all at once, mind, but over three days.) irst up, Flick Kick Football, an insanely brilliant game from the makers of Flick Kick Field Goal. (Which
Hmpf. This is one of those games where I beat my own high score, feel very proud of myself, then go to check the global leaderboards and cry. I’ve tried all the game modes now and they all offer something different and worthwhile. I think Sudden Death is my favourite – there’s no stopping or
This was free to celebrate the Super Bowl – hooray for the Saints! – and is one of the best freebies in a while. It’s basically Paper Toss Evolved, or something, where you, well, flick the screen to kick the ball over the field and into the goal. Hence, you know, the name. It feels