Tiny Wings 2.0 is now available and free to all owners of the first Tiny Wings

Andreas Illegas has just released the 2.0 version of his amazing iOS game, Tiny Wings. Tiny Wings 2.0 comes with a new game mode called “Flight School”, 15 hand-crafted levels that really “flow”, a few new additions to the bird family, Retina Display support, night flights, iCloud support (even syncs your game between the iPhone & iPad versions), a revised menu, and support for new languages (German, French, Spanish, Italian, Dutch).
Tiny Wings 2.0 will be a free update to all owners of the first Tiny Wings game, as a thank-you to Illegas’ loyal fans.
Furthermore, Illegas has released an iPad native version of the game called Tiny Wings HD.  The HD version of the game is a separate purchase at $2.99 and offers a split-screen multiplayer mode.
As Andreas said:
“Speaking of multiplayer, Tiny Wings HD on the iPad comes with a 3rd Chapter called Hill Party. This is a same-device multiplayer mode which splits the screen in half and pits two players against each other in a race to be first to 10,000 points or to see who can get the best score on a 5-level playthrough. This local multiplayer mode works a treat, and is easy enough that you can shove one end of your iPad in practically anybody’s face and be having a blast together within a matter of seconds.”


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