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A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this app.
Ease of Play
Game uses simple touch controls but gets increasingly difficult.
Violence & Scariness
While characters "die," it's with a puff of smoke; no blood, gore.
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Products & Purchases
Players can use real-world money; in-game currency earned by doing well, picking up coins, watching ads to buy new characters.
Parents Need to Know
Is It Any Good?
While it's relatively simple, this puzzle game still manages to be challenging, fun, and even a bit funny. In Twisty Sky, a chicken -- or an order of fries, a tie-wearing "Business Cat," or some other character you unlock or buy -- has to climb ladders upward and onward to avoid being killed by the evil Goonswarm. Your job, should you choose to accept it, is to help the chicken or whatever by swiping left or right to turn the next level so the ladders line up and your character can continue upward. There are even times when you'll have to deal with platforms, passageways to the next side, and mechanical devices that have to be activated or deactivated. All of this becomes increasing tougher, as well as clever, as you go higher and higher. It's nothing that will keep you coming back year after year, especially since almost all the crazy characters behave the same; a smiling coffee pot moves just like a fainting goat, apparently. Still, if you enjoy puzzle games that are easy to learn but get increasingly challenging to play, Twisty Sky will keep you going.
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