App Apes Verdict
- Graphics - 9/109/10
- Gameplay - 6/106/10
- Replay Value - 7/107/10
Flying Justin Biebird – Flappy Singer is a one of many clones of the very popular Flappy Bird, which was removed from the marketplace–it flew the coop, so to speak. Flying Justin Biebird serves as a challenging and humorous substitute. The graphics are well done, crisp, clean, with a large amount of purple, and thank goodness for mute, as hearing “Baby, baby,” over and over and a constant “baby no” was disheartening. The gameplay, as mentioned, is challenging, and perhaps too challenging. To even get through the first few badge obstacles was an exercise in patience and perseverance, but in a way that’s good, too. It kept us at App Apes trying for a good long while until we got the hang of the delicate controls. Being so challenging adds a degree of satisfaction to achieving a high score. So, if striving to get high scores is your thing, than this is the game for you. For everyone else, this might lose its novelty relatively quickly.
Meet Justin Biebird, a young singer with big dreams, who just wants to soar to success. Help Biebird on his quest for stardom, and avoid the police officers who just want to keep him down for having some fun. You simply need to keep Biebird flying free as long as possible, and the wind blowing through his beautiful hair, as he practices his “Baby” voice. But don’t let him get caught, or you’ll hear him say “Baby, Nooo!” and he’ll be caged.