Submitted by JL 1777d ago | review

TheiPhoneAppReview: Eagle Quest Review

TheiPhoneAppReview:

I’ve admitted in the past to not being much of a gamer, but I’ve played my share of iPhone games that rely on using the accelerometer and titling to move around. I’m always impressed with the accuracy and ease of game play. But with Eagle Quest, designed by Sulaba, Inc., it’s just not happening for me.

First, I’m not quite sure of the goal. You are in control of an eagle, hovering above an ocean filled with fish and sharks. The fish are food, and to the sharks, you’re the food – so you want to get close enough to the water to catch the fish, but be careful of the sharks, who will leap up and snatch you out of the air. (Eagle Quest, iPad, iPhone) 5/10

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