NEW YORK /PRNewswire/ — Pigeon Hit Squad is a new mobile app game that lets players paste photos of real-life people they’re fed up with onto targets – only to be bombed by Pigeons. Frustrations melt away faster than bird droppings on a windshield during a hurricane!
Pigeon Hit Squad for both iOS and Android devices provides a target-rich environment of social villains from everyday life ready to be humbled by the uncanny fly-by accuracy of pigeons on a strafing mission.
A fun, nonviolent way to release anger, Pigeon Hit Squad is a sure way to reduce daily frustration. Perhaps the most satisfying aspect of the game is the player’s ability to customize targets by inserting faces of his or her choosing.
Players of all ages will derive optimal fun from pigeon “bombing” the noggins of real nudnicks culled from their photo galleries. An in-app purchase of “poopons” for photo uploads allows players to simply drag and drop a photo of a least favorite individual onto an existing character, annoying politicians, in-laws, bosses, dates, spouses, celebrities, next-door-neighbors get a “Splat!” Players ascend to more advanced levels of game play as they even the score.
The game’s ease of play and instant victory over day-to-day frustrations, make Pigeon Hit Squad of special appeal to older players, who are discovering the fun and challenge of mobile gaming in ever increasing numbers. In fact, some of the top games owe their success to this vast untapped pool of older players.
Pigeon Hit Squad offers a “poopular” way of commenting on the carnival of current events while providing nefarious people in the news or daily life with the comeuppance from above they so richly deserve.
Pigeon Hit Squad: They’ll never know what hit ’em! http://pigeonhitsquad.com/ Brought to you by Fowl Play Entertainment.
Contact: Tom Tanno, firstname.lastname@example.org, 818-515-8079
SOURCE Fowl Play Entertainment
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