Bird Game +

Bryan Tabor, Ratalaika Games

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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Apr 30, 2019
Xbox OneMay 1, 2019
PCApr 30, 2019
Nintendo SwitchMay 3, 2019

Developers: Ratalaika Games, Bryan Tabor

Genre: Adventure

In Bird Game, a third person flying adventure by Bryan Tabor, a very special adventure awaits you.

Featuring a black and white 3D art style, Bird Game has you guide a majestic bird through a detailed world that grows all around you, full of challenging obstacles, hostile enemies, and punishing bosses.

Complete with a serene soundtrack, a difficult yet relaxing adventure awaits all those who wish to be one with nature.

In addition to the game’s 3 main levels, there is an endless mode for players who seek to fly as long as they can through a wondrous, illustrated landscape.


- 3 hand-crafted levels with a challenging boss fight at the end of each one
- Endless mode
- Leaderboards for all modes
- In-game secrets, awaiting discovery
- In-game challenges

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Bird Game + - Launch Trailer

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40 / 100

In concept, Bird Game + seems like a pleasant spin on the traditional on-rails genre. In execution, Bird Game +misses the mark in nearly every way from its surprising lack of mechanical polish to its shallow design. While its aesthetic and genuinely enjoyable boss fights are undeniable highlights, they're nowhere near potent enough to outweigh the game's fundamental issues.

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Nintendo Life

4 / 10
Nintendo Life

Despite looking moderately eye-catching in screenshots, Bird Game + ultimately proves to be the game that its title suggests: a bland and frustrating experience in search of an identity. The concept has potential, but a lack of polish and focus means it never really leaves the ground.

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1.8 / 5.0

Even at the pretty low price of £4.99 I wouldn’t overly recommend this other than to hardcore achievement hunters as I can’t really see one specific audience wanting to jump on board this

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