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In this addicting game, players take control of an annoying pigeon in the mood for some unpleasant jokes. Lurking on the top of an electric cable, you will be able to flood unsuspecting passers-by with poo and witness their exasperation as you keep pestering them. The objective is to beat the highest score in the endless level, while your targets increase in number and keep getting faster. You will need to hit each passer-by at least once before they leave the stage,
and if you miss too many targets you will lose the game. Hit your targets multiple times to make combos and increase your score.

Remember to always look out for armed cops with an itchy trigger finger...pigeons are not bullet-proof! As the game progresses, you will be able to use bonus features to cause more distress, such as "smart crap", "fartmate", "bullet time", and "airstrike".
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