The game comes with a brief tutorial about controls and gameplay help to get started with. Your aim in the game is to pop as many chickens as you can in a limited time of 150 seconds. The more you pop the more you score, you also earn from collecting hidden treasures that mix up with the scenery quite well. The key to scoring higher in the game is to pop distinct objects and fast moving objects which fetch you more coins per hit but can also be difficult to pop with more number of hits required. Sometime games can be incomplete without challenges, in the game you will find yourself avoid creatures like shark that give you score penalties on each hit.
Think you have made your record score? You can challenge your best score saved locally while also publish them to the global score boards to set new records and beat the existing ones. The global score boards can be a great place to turn the game even more challenging and brag your score to the fellow gamers.
The landscape oriented gameplay style is often the most relaxing way to game on and on. The controls are dead simple and anyone from a kid to your grandma will love popping those sweet chickens flying and hiding in a variety of scenes crafted as 4 unique levels including the backyard, dense forests, Snow Mountains and the Island. The developer has also released an Easter special level and a Xmas treat with more new levels coming soon.
There is a room for improvement considering the graphics which may seem foggy on large screen devices but slow music going on in the background will be loved by most of the gamers for others there’s a neat options to toggle music and sound from the home screen.
Overall the game packs fun, challenge and a nice theme to accompany all of it. The game is available in two variants – Free and Paid (ad-free) and definitely worth a try for every age group.