Wings on Fire

Wings on Fire

Wings on Fire is a free, action-oriented game that you can find on Google Play. The title says a lot about the game but the final product may differ from what you initially expect.

The peculiar thing about this game is that you will not be fighting enemies here. In fact Wings on Fire is closer to a runner game than to anything else. The only difference is that you will be flying a plane and not running on the ground but essentially the gameplay is the same. You get a small plane and then you must cover various distances with it while trying to avoid obstacles. You will be collecting golden coins while flying too and they will later allow you to upgrade your plane. Sounds familiar, doesn’t it?

Wings on Fire excels in another department, though – graphics. The game features some of the best Android graphics we have seen so far. Everything is in 3D and made beautiful and colorful. Cudos to the developers here!

Apart from the graphics Wings on Fire does not deliver anything revolutionary if we don’t take into account the flying process instead of running. Then again flying is a fresh new idea in the world of runner games, so if you are a fan of the genre, you can experience something new here.

Wings on Fire is here on Google Play.

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