Don’t Touch The Spikes

Don’t Touch The Spikes

We are almost sure you’ve heard of the (in)famous Flappy Bird game here on Google Play. In case you haven’t, here’s a short description – there’s a flying bird but in order to keep her flying you have to repeatedly tap your Android device display. Each tap takes the bird a little higher on your display; if you do not tap the bird will fall down and die. The real challenge lies in the obstacles ahead – there are various tunnels to go through to complete a level without dying.

Well, Don’t Touch The Spikes looks like a revised version of Flappy Bird. The differences are a few – your bird is flying in limited 2D display space and to keep her flying you have to tap the display repeatedly. At the same time spikes appear on the left and right walls in the confined 2D area – make sure not to touch them with the bird or she will die. Each successful wall touch in a spike-free area gives you one point. This is it – this is what Don’t Touch The Spikes is all about.

Interested? Then take a look at the game here before you download it.

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