Sky Hoppers

Sky Hoppers

Sky Hoppers is a casual afternoon game that will test your skills and more precisely if you can take a pig from point A to point B.

All the action takes place in the sky so you have to be careful not to fall on the ground and if this happens then the game ends. Fortunately for most of the time the game shows you the path to safety so all you have to do is follow it but sometimes the path disappears and you need some luck to find the right path again. If you fail you fall to the ground and that’s it – you have to start anew. If you win, though, the game will automatically give you a new area to cover so in a way the game does not end until you fail. Sky Hoppers comes with nice 3D graphics and playful music, which is a nice feature of the game that adds more fun to the entire gameplay.

All in all Sky Hoppers is a nice casual game that brings some fun thanks to the competitive element inside. The game does not want to be a huge hit but to do its job and that’s about it. In this field Sky Hoppers succeeds.

Sky Hoppers is here on Google Play.

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