Sky Whale

Sky Whale

When we saw Sky Whale we wondered what the game would bring to us. We even thought this was another matching game but we were wrong.

It turns out that Sky Whale is a jumping game – you get an ocean fish, narwhal to be more precise and you make this fish jump. The goal is to go as far as possible and fortunately there’s some help here – by using donuts, which you can collect while in the sky, you can jump anew while flying in order to get further. Clouds will also help you – they will keep you in the sky and if you manage to execute an insane combo you can go into outer space. Eventually you will fall back into the ocean and you will get a final result. This is where the game ends and you can try once again.

What do you think? We enjoyed Sky Whale – it does not require a lot and it brings fun. The game also comes with 2D graphics only and nice sound and this is it, which makes it perfect for killing time but nothing more. Even then Sky Whale is worth looking at.

Sky Whale is here on Google Play.

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