Silly Owls: Don't get it Review

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Don't get it
People,don't get this app. It is boring and has very few levels. I truly did not enjoy this app at all and you won't ether. I do not recommend getting fooled by the five star rates, IGNORE.
Mississippi 9 on Sep 3, 2011 for Silly Owls
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I didn't look closely enough at the screen shots when I first downloaded, and just realized this is THREE games in one. Each owl is a different fun game. Awesome!!!!
Dpcan5 on Aug 30, 2011 for Silly Owls
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Bottyliciaus on Aug 27, 2011 for Silly Owls
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Cute but imbalanced
Cute but imbalanced
rostin79 on Aug 22, 2011 for Silly Owls
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A very fun little game
Silly Owls is a very fun little game. It's not the best game in the world, but it does provide fun for a few hours. There's three game modes: two level modes with different methods (and totally different levels) with 30 levels each. There's also a fun little skateboarding survival mode where you play an owl on a banana skateboard. Lots of fun, just don't try explaining it to your friends. There's also Game Center and Open Feint achievements and a leaderboard for survival. Now with that comes one thing that would be nice to change. It currently uses stars (3 per level) but no method of score beyond that, and no leaderboards for the level modes. To add a little more enjoyment to the game, it would be nice to add some sort of scoring to levels (i.e. stars are worth a lot of points and the rest of points is a time bonus or bonus for items unused). I'd also like to see a 'distance leaderboard' for the banana skateboarding owl. In it, you collect stars as you go until you die, and that's how you score points. If you also did it by distance, you could add double the fun for leaderboards on survival mode. The sound and music were pleasant and the music fit the game well, though I'll admit I didn't care for the sound of the rubber band twanging, it kind of felt a touch off. Overall it was a very enjoyable game though. A few tweaks and it could be about perfect. 4.5/5 until then, but on the app store we round up, don't we?
DodgerBlue016 on Aug 22, 2011 for Silly Owls
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A promising game. Just some minor improvement and we have a winner here :)
After some levels on this game and here is my thought and review: The good thing: 1) Graphic is surprisingly nice as it has retina display support. 2) Gameplay is easy and the quick tutorial is perfect. However, I would like to say that easy gameplay doesn't mean the puzzle is easy to beat. This game is indeed challenging. 3) Concept is unique and interesting. It is like Angry Bird + Cut The Rope style. The sling and brake concept is very interesting in this game. Things that can be improve: 1) Please add a shortcut key for Replay. It is easier to press than to access the menu first. 2) The music is quite repetitive and I find it a bit boring after a while. 3) Also, if the sling shots are used up and the owl still did not meet the goal when it is idle, please add some animation for restart(like level fail). I wasted all the shots and found that the owl just sits there waiting for restart. UNLESS you intend to mean that the owls is silly (Afterall this is Silly Owls right? ) 4) If possible, add a storyline to this game, a short animation or story will do. I still can't infer why the owls are silly. 5) Like someone mentioned, the levels are abit imbalance and maybe some levels tweaking are required. 6) Add a scoring system to the game so that the leaderboard will be meaningful. Scoring can be based on playing time and etc. Overall, I can see a potential in this game and I think if this game is tweaked further, this could be a promising game. Hope to see better updates in the future.
Chronology7 on Aug 21, 2011 for Silly Owls
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