Do you have what it takes to fly? This week, Gameshastra brings you the ultimate flying adventure: Dare to Fly exclusively for PlayStation Move.
We’ve always wanted to make a game about flying. The idea of using two Move controllers to spread your arms and flap had already occurred to us, but we were never sure of how to portray it. Eventually we struck upon the idea of flightless birds waging war against their flying counterparts.
The idea was the expression of achieving the impossible, and that’s when the subject of flightless birds struggling to fly came to us. Soon one thing led to another, and now we are proud to present to you – Dare to Fly.
So arm yourselves with Move controllers, spread your arms and join our daredevils to win the right to fly.
Dare to Fly (priced £3.99/€4.99) brings together four flightless birds on a mission to save their young ones as well as defend their right to the skies in a fight against frightful avian predators. Join a foolhardy ostrich, an adventurous penguin, a reckless rooster and a fearless kiwi; armed with prosthetic wings; as they fly through treacherous worlds to prove those villainous birds wrong and take back what is rightfully theirs.
Flap your wings across dangerous and breathtaking locations like the exotic sanctuaries of Africa, ice cold wilderness of the Arctic, gaze-worthy gorges of the Grand Canyon and many more. Play as Zulu, Frosty, Rodriguez and Zericho as you carve your way into the lair of the evil bird king.
Fly through golden hoops, dash through billboards in light of your anti-ad campaign and rescue stranded baby birds to earn more points. Use flying machines like unicopters, gliders, umbrellas and many others to dodge hungry predators and exploding volcanoes to finally land on the bulls eye which marks the end of every level.
Play through an innovative and adventurous story mode and test your FFQ (Flying Fitness Quotient) in the all-exclusive time trial mode. Play using both the PS Move and Six-axis controllers to reach for the skies as Dare to Fly brings you the thrills of flying into your very own personal space.
But the question still remains; do you have what it takes?