Fly As High As You Can in Flight Doodle for iPhone: A Frisky Hands-On

Sun, Sep 5, 2010

iPhone, Mobile

How high can you fly? If you don’t know, it’s possible that Flight Doodle could help you out with that measurement. Courtesy of Eyedip, we were able to take a look at Flight Doodle ourselves and would like to share that experience with you.

In Flight Doodle, you have but one objective: Fly as high as possible as whichever flying craft you happen to be using. Along the way there are a plethora of obstacles that will most likely put an end to your flying days if you happen to be hit with them, so it is definitely best to avoid them.

One of the things that makes the game interesting and unique is the ability to select which flying craft you would like to control, with a customization option also being available for those with a rather imaginative mind. Keep in mind however, that selecting a different craft does not change how the game is played.

Gameplay is fairly simple in that the only real control is tilt. You will simply tilt your iPhone to control the craft, dodging obstacles and flying as high as possible. Power-Ups can be picked up and will give you either a shield boost or speed boost depending on which you’ve managed to snag. The speed boost however does put you closer to the top of the screen and therefore in harm’s way as it can be difficult to see enemies that haven’t appeared on screen just yet.

Overall, Doodle Flight is a simple, yet fun game that presumably just about everyone could enjoy. If you’d like to check out the game for yourself, be sure to download it from the iTunes App Store for only 99¢.

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