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Avenger Bird

Rating Summary

Based on 3 critic reviews
Weak Man

OpenCritic Rating

58

Top Critic Average

Based on 3 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:PCJan 5, 2017
Nintendo SwitchFeb 5, 2019

Developer: TiliaSoft

Publisher: Ultimate Games S.A.

Genre: Platformer

Oh No! Someone had kidnapped your little birds! You must go on an epic adventure to rescue them!

Avenger Bird is a platform side-scroller game with pixel-art graphics, but your hero isn't just a regular hero. You are playing a bird that can flap its tiny wings to fly and glide for a limited distances. It's retro inspired 16-bit era game with innovative and challenging fly/glide mechanic

FEATURES:

- Explore Four Different Worlds
- Open World Map
- 32 Unique Levels
- Hidden Treasure In Every Level
- Easter eggs and Unexpected Cameos
- Epic Boss Fight At the End!

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Reviews

Daily Mirror

Daily Mirror

With so many violent games out these days, it's nice to kick back and chill with a cute game like this which gives you a little challenge as well as a nostalgia boost.

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FNintendo

3 / 10
João Duarte

Avenger Bird follows the footsteps of 2D platforming revivalism of the 16-bit era but unfortunately, it's not nearly as memorable or as enjoyable as any of the names it tries to pay homage to. Its controls, a key aspect in any action game, are too loose and unreliable, the level design gives the player no motivation to explore and the overall gameplay is simply too frustrating to go on. Avenger Bird ends up being a completely missed shot in all the dimensions it's aiming for.

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Pure Nintendo

6.5 / 10.0
Pure Nintendo

It won't ever be known for its depth of plot or skill, but Avenger Bird is a fair enough game that adds a touch of nostalgia to the basic platformer structure.

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