UK-based mobile games studio Neon Play have released Paper Glider Crazy Copter, the next addictive episode in the Paper Glider series. Players must pilot a helicopter through a twisting, obstacle-filled tunnel. Upgrades, customisation and boosts are also available via two special shops that are built into the game. Paper Glider Crazy Copter offers plenty of longevity as the game features three stages, each containing 21 challenging levels.
Paper Glider Para Drop is the latest addictive game by UK-based mobile game developers, Neon Play. There has been much demand for more Paper Glider games since it became Apple’s ten billionth download and Neon Play has answered with a fun and simple customizable game, sure to be adored worldwide. The latest adventure takes place in a city backyard. Players must jump a toy soldier from their glider, open its parachute and glide onto a trampoline.
Neon Play, the UK mobile games studio, has delivered a stunning new game mode in Paper Glider 2.0, the latest update to the App Store’s ten billionth download. Super Boost is a new game mode that enables players to use power-ups to assist the glider in flying even further. Customization is also now possible with a total of 12 different glider skins. These new features have been made possible by the implementation of TapJoy and their in-game coin currency.
Paper Glider Bomber is the latest iPhone game launched by Neon Play, the UK based mobile games studio. This game follows on from the original Paper Glider which topped the free charts worldwide when it was announced by Apple to be the App Store’s 10 billionth download. The idea is simple. Players glide over a city full of skyscrapers in a paper plane bomber. Players tap the screen to drop a bomb. The easy controls allow the player to focus on the experience of the game.
Mobile games studio Neon Play has had a massive 10,000,000,000-1 stroke of luck. Their iPhone app Paper Glider has become the winning app in Apple’s 10 billionth app download competition. Neon Play and a woman from Orpington were the big winners as Apple announced its 10 billionth download. Gail Davis of Orpington in Kent downloaded the app, Paper Glider from Cirencester-based iPhone app developer Neon Play.
David Foxcroft today released FinalGlide 22.214.171.124, his new glider pilot tool for iOS. FinalGlide enables users to optimize their flight times between waypoints and to log track data. FinalGlide is customizable, taking the pilot’s info before calculating and displaying data for achieving an optimum flight experience. Data can be modified and downloaded using the app’s web service. There are ninety different types of gliders provisioned for, as well as room for inputting one hundred waypoints.