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Key features:
- Intuitive controls: Clear Kid’s path by tapping, swiping, and dragging obstacles. Tilt your device to move Kid left or right.
- Clear goals: Make Kid famous by flying higher and higher. High scores = more fans!
- Rain or shine: Fly in all kinds of weather—from sunny skies to thunderstorms.
- Power-ups galore: Nothing like a shield or “slow motion” potion to make Kid’s day brighter!
- Metal collector: Indulge in 60 medals—from bronze to gold.
- Realistic physics: You will believe that a young aviator fired from a circus cannon can fly!
- Progressive difficulty: The higher you fly, the harder it gets. This may include a piñata stampede… or two.
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