Developer: DR Studios
Current Version: 1.0
Last Updated: 4 years ago
Download Size: 12.5 MB - Download
★ The popular iOS game Bug Wings is now available for the first time on the Mac, only from the App Store.
Take to the skies above the Great Pond and glide your bug to victory in this action packed arcade adventure. Help our Bug friends find the missing pollen and land safely on the flowers and lily pads, while avoiding the wet stuff. Score big points by collecting as much pollen as you can while aiming for the stars in order to multiply your landing tally.
Unlock new levels and bonuses as you progress and then return to previous levels to try and beat your high scores. Bug Wings is a game that can be played again and again...
Enjoy both the single player story mode as well as the multiplayer mode for up to 4 players. Challenge your family and friends to compete for the highest score.
★ 30 exciting levels across 5 unique Ponds, with more coming soon
★ Simple, intuitive touch & tilt game controls
★ Solo or Party modes with up to 4 players
★ Rich, colourful game world and lovable characters
★ Hundreds of points, stars and power-ups to collect
★ Addictively fun game play and scoring
★ Risky flying rewarded with high scores
More Reviews for Current Version
Update - controls on OS X - Okay, this game is pretty fun, once you get the controls figured out for using it on OS X. TIP: It's all driven by the trackpad/mouse input. "Pull" the ladybug back with the trackpad, to the left or right to modify your aim, click to launch, trackpad to steer, click again to spread your wings and glide. Was: MBA 13" - no input is processed other than pulling the leaf back for launch - wings don't open on [space] or click, can't turn. not a pebkac or id10t error. perhaps your submitted 1.0 is not the version you intended to submit? Hoping to update this review with a positive one after a (hopeful) update. This is why I tend to like the Andriod world better than the iOS world - refunds. Now: Hoping the have an update that explains the controls to people. I'm glad I revisited this, and my daughters really enjoy it.