Joy Flight

Joy Flight

Joy Flight is another nice surprise on Google Play, at least in our opinion. We’ll tell you why – we have seen numerous games on Google Play but so far we have not seen a game like Joy Flight before.

So what is this game all about? Joy Flight is an app that takes you to a fantasy world where you have to select a pet that will later fight aliens. A nice tutorial will take you through the first steps of the game and once you are all done you will be taken to the action. So it turns out that your pet acts like a fighter jet and shoots down aliens who have come here to invade Earth. During the process you also get to collect stars that bring you more points and fruits that increase your hit points and allow you to get other useful items. There are level goals as well – for example during the first stage you have to collect three apples; later it will be something else. In a few words Joy Flight strongly reminds us of the arcade games with planes that we all used to play about 20 years ago.

Joy Flight is a really nice game. It offers game play that we have not experienced until now on Google Play and does that in an engaging way. The game is full of challenges, items to collect and enemies to defeat and this makes it very addictive. It does not have a complicated story behind too and this makes it very suitable when you want to simply kill some time… or some alien for that matter.

Joy Flight is here on Google Play.

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