Blast, swoosh and soar your way through waves of madness, from bulk buy shopping fanatics to car throwing condors and pirate ships in Shooty Skies!
Play on the go or hunker down for a serious bender. This tap-tastic endless arcade shooter provides hours of pixel-licious, neon lit, epic rainbow unicorn levels of fun!
- Free-to-play action
- Shooting the static out of those retro TV’s
- Earning coin to unlock in-game loot
- Hundreds of characters and dozens of sidekicks
- The ultimate arsenal in bunny booping weaponry
- Out of this world environments
- Achievements for daaaaays
- Dedicated to Sparkle Motion
Ratings and Reviews
Smooth one-touch controls. A wonderfully retro art style. Some of the most adorable enemies ever. We’d expect nothing less in a scrolling shoot-’em-up from the creators of the arcade classic Crossy Road. Zipping through these missile-strewn skies—blasting everything from toy robots to cuddly bats—is pure edge-of-your-seat fun.
The game is fun for all ages really. Some of the bosses are pretty difficult even for more experienced players. The challenges are pretty hard as well but they still are a good part of the game. The characters are pretty cool but the golden characters don’t really do anything. The developers should really add some new modes to make the game more fun because then everyone would probably have a better review of the game.
The explosions from all the enemies don’t bother me too much because they only last for a second and is a fun way to kill an enemy. The duplicates make me pretty mad but getting coins really isn’t a huge problem. Basically the overview in my opinion is that this is a fun game to enjoy at home, on the road, or even before you go to bed. It’s a free game too so if anyone is interested, then they can give it a go. I highly recommend it if it’s the first game that is to be purchased from the App Store.
Great chaotic fun! The screen is usually messy, but that’s part of the fun!
There are some parts of the game that are a little bit... strange. Like the head of a blind grandma stuck to a weather vane. I also don’t understand why some of the enemies are good things (pugs, people with shopping carts, frogs, computers with adorable animals on them, bats). It makes sense to destroy robots, skeletons, hooded reapers throwing blades at you, and I suppose even giant mouths. But why all the other innocent critters and people? I was thinking that maybe you should have a backstory to the game that explains why the game is so weird (in a good way). Maybe they’re on another planet? Someone is controlling the cute critters’ minds and turning them evil? Just some ideas. I also thought that you could have landscape mode as an option so that you have more space to move around (just like y’all’s other game, Crossy Road). Perhaps you could temporarily unlock the landscape mode in one of the blue presents that you can collect while flying!
🤪😀 Great game you guys; keep up the good work!
-BrainierRain; a Crossy Road lover
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- Mighty Games Group Pty Ltd
- 320.8 MB
- Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 10.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
English, Simplified Chinese
- Age Rating
- © 2018 Mighty Games Group Pty Ltd
- In-App Purchases
- Unlock Crossy Chicken $0.99
- Flying Start Pack $0.99
- Unlock Sir Oinks-A-Lot $2.99
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