Escape From Rio – Blue Birds

Escape From Rio – Blue Birds

Escape From Rio – Blue Birds is a nice game for Android that is best suited for small children and adolescents. The game comes with nice gameplay and nice graphics and is definitely a nice addition to Google Play and your Android device of course.

The goal of the game is to guide a nicely looking blue parrot through a number of obstacles and collect golden coins. Of course things will not be that rosy – you have to be careful as there are predators in your way, traps and trees that you must not hit. If you fail somewhere on the road you are given a chance to revive your bird – an action that will cost you 100 golden coins. Again, if you don’t have this money you will have to start the level from the very beginning.

We liked Escape From Rio – Blue Birds because it offers nice graphics and nice and easy gameplay. You can control the bird easily just by sliding your finger on the display. In addition to that you can directly choose levels that you want to play given you’ve covered them once before.

Escape From Rio – Blue Birds can be found on Google Play here. The game is free.

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