Bird Mania 3D is the most pleasant kind of surprise: simple, fun, addictive and inexpensive. Charmingly simple yet rewardingly versatile gameplay overcomes any concerns we might have had. For a fast and fun score attack game, you really can't do any better.
Not quite the Angry Birds clone that some may believe at first glance, and it isn't without issues, but for the asking price Bird Mania 3D fundamentally holds true to what cheaper quick-burst games need to be to succeed; fun, inimitable, and packing in that 'one more go' factor.
Bird Mania 3D is not a fun game. It is repetitive, lacks the addictiveness of other high-score-focused affairs, has an insult of a story-focused mode, contains no substance outside of a basic mode, and does nothing to convince the player that a good purchase was made. That's all there is to it.
This is a great little score attack game. Perfectly executed with lovely 3d visual. It's hard to put down, you really want to try again and again to beat your record. It would be nice with a leaderboard, maybe an update could fix that but even without that this is a must buy, and will only cost you £1.80.
This game is as simple as they come, move the stylus up and down to move the bird. Collect baubles and stars while trying to get as far as you can. It has only one level as far as I can tell. It is essentially the sort of game you would find on iOS. Was it worth 89p? Probably.
OK. The good? Cute graphics, slightly addicting, decent music and a fair challenge for those trying to beat all the achievements.
The bad? No levels, lacks variety(few settings, enemies, etc.), no online scoreboard, no story development, overly simplistic.
A very bad game. You just turn on and fly to the first collision, and then all over again. It has no plot, no levels, nothing. Such games are created in one day and should be distributed free of charge.