Press Release - Little Bird Game
Little Bird combines current technology, exotic landscapes, objects, and contraptions, allowing the player to interact with the game in ways they've never seen before!
Unlike games that rely on tapping, sliding or swiping, Little Bird takes advantage of the latest iPhone technology. The user tilts the device to the right or left, using gravity and speed to build momentum to get through each level.
Before long you will be rolling, jumping, bouncing, flying through the air, swinging in baskets, riding in carts, and shooting out of cannons while avoiding obstacles, booby traps and enemies to help Little Bird collect coins along the path to safety.
"Little Bird brings the simple idea of a real skill arcade game, from which the concept was born, to the next level," explains Dr. Belluso, the App's creator. "Little Bird offers a fun, challenging and unique experience that will keep gamers coming back for more. It's a novel, gravity driven game played with challenging physics-based obstacle courses.
Although developed initially for iPhone, Little Bird is a universal App available on all devices. It combines accelerometer and gyroscope gaming technologies and features 20 unique levels with future levels coming and frequent updates.
Little Bird is rated 4+ (suitable for ages 4 and older). Gamers who enjoy Angry Birds, Feed That Dragon, Where's My Water, Hank Hazard, Fruit Ninja, Cut the Rope and Bike Baron will very much feel at home with Little Bird.
-20 Amazingly fun levels with more to come!
-Uses Apple's Accelerometer and Gyroscope
-An Astounding 60 Frames Per Second!
-Sharp Crisp Colorful Graphics
-Optimized for Retina Display & the New iPad
-Little Bird uses the latest technology
-Gravity and Speed Are Your Friends!!
-Custom Music and Sound Effects
-Facebook and Twitter Integration
-Compete against Friends with Achievements and Leaderboards
About Dr. Robert Belluso
Robert Belluso, an osteopathic physician since 2002, experienced the evolution of video gaming technology from Pong to Super Mario to online gaming with a dial-up modem and now to post-pc mobile gaming. He created Little Bird to replicate the skills of playing real arcade-style games as no tapping, sliding or swiping motions are used. Belluso graduated in 2002 from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine and currently practices family medicine in Fredericktown, PA.